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Posted on: Jan 30, 2019

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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Famed Hoosier Artist’s Estate May Have Claims Against Caretaker
By Shawn Scott, Hall Scott PC
Just one day prior to Robert Indiana’s death, an international art dealer filed a lawsuit against Indiana’s longtime caretaker and a New York-based art publisher alleging they made unauthorized works under Indiana’s name. Now, Indiana’s estate may have a claim against his caretaker.
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How the Partial Government Shutdown Could Affect Labor & Employment Practitioners
Wondering what's accessible during the partial government shutdown? Here are some handy resources.
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Ten Tips to Help Make Your Mediation Successful
By Rick Mann, Mann Law PC
Looking for a quick list of tips and tricks to help make you succeed in your next mediation? Start here!
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EDRM: The E-Discovery Energy Wheel House
When we have too much or too little energy devoted to one or more Chakra, the sense of feeling fearful, overemotional and indecisive can overcome the normal balance and communication between the mind and body. This unbalance can create nervousness, anxiety, insecurity, insomnia, headaches
and confusion. Incorporating UZIT self-care modalities such as mindful movements, breath awareness, Reiki and meditation will promote the flow of alignment between Chakras. 
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IRS Takes Additional Steps to Protect Taxpayer Data; Partners with Tax Professionals
After working with the tax preparation community, the Internal Revenue Service recently announced it would stop its tax transcript faxing service as of Feb. 4, 2019, and offer a more secure alternative to taxpayers and tax professionals.
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