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FORBEARANCE AGREEEMENTS…When Litigation is not the best alternative
February 16, 2015 - by Jeffery Johnson

South Bend / Mishawaka, IN – The use of Forbearance Agreements in a loan workout situation [...]
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What Happened to My Jury Right?
August 9, 2019

“We the people” are who declared our independence from England in 1776, and it is “we the [...]
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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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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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Can An Insurer Be Liable For Bad Faith When There Was No Coverage Available Under The Policy?
November 4, 2014 - by Georgianne Walker

South Bend / Mishawaka, IN – An insurer denies a claim and the court agrees there is no [...]
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NDLS Students Argue Cases Before the Seventh Circuit
August 25, 2014 - by Robert Palmer

South Bend / Mishawaka, IN – Each year several third-year students on the NDLS Moot Court [...]
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