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The Looming U.S. Government Shutdown: What You Need to Know Before the Jan. 19 Deadline
Posted on: Jan 18, 2018

Congress is facing a Friday Jan. 19 deadline to pass a spending bill, which helps determine the government’s budget and discretionary spending for the fiscal year. Without it, the government will shut down.

Judge Martha Blood Wentworth of Indiana named Tax Judge of the Year
Posted on: Nov 27, 2017

Indiana Tax Court Judge Martha Blood Wentworth has been recognized by her peers from across the United States as the Lawrence L. Lasser Tax Judge of the Year, an award presented annually by the National Conference of State Tax Judges.

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

This 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.

Tips for Attorneys New to Government Work Settings
Posted on: Oct 30, 2017

New to the world of government practice? Take a look at this video from the American Bar Association! 

Recent Proposed Local Rule Amendments May Have a Big Impact on Marion County Criminal Law Practitioners
Posted on: Oct 30, 2017

Several recent local rule amendments may impact criminal law practitioners is Marion County. The amendments relate primarily to the end of the Arrestee Processing Center. The following table includes some of these important changes addressing initial hearings and pre-trial release.

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