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Posted on: Sep 3, 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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Support and Kindness from the Other Side: An Uplifting Family Bar
By Maggie Sadler, Clark Quinn Moses Scott & Grahn LLP
From divorce, custody, parenting time and guardianships to grandparent rights, family law can be very messy and emotionally draining. When I tell people what I do for a living, the most frequent responses are something along the lines of, “oh, I don’t think I could do that,” or “That must be very difficult.” And truthfully, sometimes it is very difficult. 
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Rainmaking in the Solo/Small Firm Practice
By Ben Spandau, Funk & Spandau LLC
From divorce, custody, parenting time and guardianships to grandparent rights, family law can be very messy and emotionally draining. When I tell people what I do for a living, the most frequent responses are something along the lines of, “oh, I don’t think I could do that,” or “That must be very difficult.” And truthfully, sometimes it is very difficult. 
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Playing Catch-Up with Cybersecurity
By Mark Voigtmann, Faegre Baker Daniels LLP
The word on the factory floor—if you are the one person in this industry who still has not heard—is manufacturing processes are vulnerable to hacks. Not from hacks dressed in suits and ties—that discussion is for a different day—but from the ones in hoodies sitting in front of a computer screen or among those sinister ops teams overseas.
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Avoiding and Dealing with Pessimism in Mediation
By John Trimble, Lewis Wagner LLP
The purpose of this article is to offer a few techniques for addressing pessimism and getting past it. It will also address the strategic use of pessimism.
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Presenting the Final Stage of E-Discovery: Presentation
By Helen Geib, QDiscovery
There are four major focus areas in electronic evidence presentation. The first two, metadata and readability, only arise with electronically stored information (ESI). The third is authentication. While authentication certainly isn’t unique to ESI, electronic evidence presents many legal and technical issues not germane to physical evidence and paper documents. The final area is sanctions for eDiscovery misconduct, which can put an end to presentation before it begins.
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