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DOES A GENERAL CONTRACTOR OWE A DUTY OF CARE TO AN INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR AND/OR ITS EMPLOYEES?
December 7, 2017 - by Georgianne Walker

Generally speaking, Indiana law provides that a general contractor does not owe an outright duty of [...]
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Protecting Your Brand
November 27, 2017 - by Jennifer ElBenni

A strong name or logo can be one of your company’s most valuable assets. Your brand is your [...]
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Warning: As Executor of the Estate, You Could Be Personally Liable for Unpaid Estate Taxes
November 6, 2017 - by Marcellus Lebbin

Many individuals accept the job of Executor anticipating the responsibility of collecting and [...]
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In Indiana, A Durable Power of Attorney Can Avoid the Need for a Guardian
November 6, 2017

A recent Indiana case (In re the Guardianship of Hellen Kinney Morris) has shed new light on the [...]
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HOW DOES THE “AT HOME SPOUSE” MAKE ENDS MEET?
May 10, 2017 - by Wendell Walsh

Many people 65 and over who need nursing home care eventually wind up on Medicaid. Often, the [...]
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The ABC’s for Secured Lenders Dealing With a Defaulting Borrower
July 22, 2016 - by Jeffery Johnson

South Bend / Mishawaka, IN – Each day lenders are faced with borrowers who default under [...]
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Applying For Medicaid To Pay For Nursing Home Care
July 21, 2016 - by Wendell Walsh

South Bend / Mishawaka, IN – Many people 65 and over who need nursing home care wind up [...]
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Indiana Senate Approves Increase In Medical Malpractice Payment Cap
March 11, 2016 - by D. Andrew Spalding

South Bend / Mishawaka, IN – After multiple prior attempts, Indiana lawmakers may have [...]
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A Social Media Policy Can Save Your Business Money
March 7, 2016 - by Daniel Appelget

South Bend / Mishawaka, IN – Our culture is inundated with social networking sites. Facebook [...]
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What’s in a Name? Maybe not much when it comes to Franchise Law.
February 29, 2016 - by Michael Doversberger

South Bend / Mishawaka, Indiana – Parties are generally free to contract. However, when a [...]
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