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Posted on: Apr 28, 2017


The latest legal scoop to keep you in the loop: Here are the top five stories from the IndyBar this month.

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QDiscovery: Litigation Hold Best Practices and Other Tips from IndyBar CLE
By Helen Geib, QDiscovery
If you missed the program "E-Discovery 101: A How-To Guide on Legal Holds, the 26(f) Conference and Production" take a look at this recap written by Helen Geib, General Counsel at QDiscovery. 
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Civility in the Reality TV Era
By Andrew R. Bloch, Cross Pennamped Woolsey & Glazier
Many of the people that appear in court are experiencing the legal system for the first time. Their only prior experience may be what they've seen on television.
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Indy Rezone: Changes are Coming
By David A. Retherford, Attorney at Law
Since April 1, 2016 the real estate development community in Indianapolis has been working with the new zoning ordinances which were adoped at the conclusion of the Indy Rezone process. As is the case with any approximately 700-page revision in the law, multiple errors and practical problems have already been found. 
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Giving USA 2016, Giving by Bequest Highlights
By Mary M. Stanley, Central Indiana Community Foundation
Take a look here for one perspective on charitable bequests included in the most recent Giving USA 2016: Annual Report on Philanthropy, researched and written by IU Lilly Family School of Philanthropy ("Giving USA 2016").
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What You Need to Know: Presidential Executive Order on Promoting Energy Independence and Economic Growth
By Colin Connor, Plews Shadley Racher & Braun LLP
The order directs executive agencies to "review existing regulations that potentially burden the development or use of domestically produced energy resources and appropriately suspend, revise, or rescind those that unduly burden the development of domestic energy resources beyond the degree necessary to protect the public interest or otherwise comply with law."
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