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Posted on: Jan 15, 2021

Looking to find your next great law clerk or show your support for diversity in our community? Employer and sponsor registration is now open for the 2021 Diversity Job Fair!

Posted on: Jan 8, 2021

The EEOC’s COVID-19 VacAs we get further into 2021 and the vaccine becomes more readily available, employers and employees are likely to have questions about whether employees can be required to get vaccinated as a term or condition of their employment.

Posted on: Jan 5, 2021

Indiana's Department of Workforce Development (DWD) is seeking licensed attorneys for full time and part time contractor employment to conduct unemployment insurance appeal hearings. 

Posted on: Dec 30, 2020

With some exceptions, Indiana employers can legally require workers to be vaccinated for COVID-19. But, that probably won’t happen anytime soon due to several factors including a limited supply.

Posted on: Dec 4, 2020

It's the season of giving and even during the hardships of 2020, generous sponsors, bidders and donors helped the Indianapolis Bar Foundation raise over $26,000 during IndyBar's Giving, this year's online silent auction to benefit the programs and initiatives of the foundation.

Posted on: Nov 13, 2020

2020 has been (and no doubt will continue to be) like riding a roller coaster in a hurricane. Fortunately, for the IndyBar, we have a committed membership that has responded in amazing ways. While the pandemic will affect the practice of law for years to come, we can all be proud of the work our association did to respond in positive and uplifting ways. In a non-COVID year, we would typically recognize our IndyBar award winners at our annual Recognition Breakfast — typically a packed event with comradery and good cheer. Like many things this year, we will recognize our award winners in different (but no less important) ways.

Posted on: Nov 10, 2020

Over the last few years, ride sharing apps have dominated the public transportation world. Even in a world dominated by COVID-19, in which most people aren’t socializing or traveling as they did previously, ridesharing companies have found ways to stay relevant, partnering with restaurants and delivery services to join the ever-increasing world of meal delivery.

Posted on: Nov 10, 2020

For employees and employers alike, COVID-19 has certainly made 2020 interesting; the changing laws, the lack of guidance on many of the regulations passed, and the everchanging employment landscape has left many companies and individuals struggling to balance compliance with the best interests of their employees and their businesses. One of the ways employers have been struggling is in industries where work from home is not practical or possible.

Posted on: Nov 8, 2020

On October 9, 2020, a proposed amendment to the EEOC’s procedural rules was published for public comment in the Federal Register. In a press release announcing the publication, the agency explained that its goal in amending the regulations is “to enhance the effectiveness and accountability of the conciliation process.”

Posted on: Nov 6, 2020

IndyBar will be offering free wills to Indy-area residents who cannot afford an attorney on Tuesday, November 10. This offering was originally being offered exclusively to veterans in conjunction with Veteran’s Day; however, we have a few openings still available so we are opening the opportunity up to all residents subject to meeting financial requirements at 150% of the Federal Poverty guidelines.


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