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Goldman Sachs Posts $1.9 Billion Loss Due to New Tax Law
Posted on: Jan 18, 2018

Goldman lost $5.51 a share, compared with a profit of $2.35 billion, or $5.08 a share, in the same period a year earlier, the bank reported Wednesday. Excluding the one-time charges, the bank earned $5.68 a share, beating analysts' estimates.

Addressing Data Breaches During Due Diligence—What is a Buyer (and Seller) to do?
Posted on: Nov 30, 2017

Data breaches are becoming increasingly problematic during the due diligence stage of transactions. Find out investigating action items in this article. 

Looking to get Involved? Here's Your Chance!
Posted on: Nov 7, 2017

The Business Law Section of the Indianapolis Bar Association is in the process of selecting its Executive Committee members for 2018.  We currently have an active Executive Committee, which meets monthly in order to plan and execute social events, educational programming and community service initiatives. 

Business Law Executive Committee Meeting Minutes: September
Posted on: Sep 27, 2017

Take a look at what's happening at the March Business Law Executive Meeting. Thank you to our Secretary, Andrew Podgorny, SmithAmundsen LLC, for this month's minutes!

Small Business Guide: Intellectual Property
Posted on: Aug 31, 2017

The two most precious resources for any small-business owner are time and money. That’s why when the subject of intellectual property comes up, many owners run in the other direction. They see images of expensive lawyers and use that as an excuse to ignore the topic, reasoning that it is a problem for big companies to worry about.

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