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Indiana Business Lawyer Blog
- Crow Wing Coop. Power & Light v. Great River Energy, 2019 Minn. App. Unpub. LEXIS 16 (Ct. App. Minn. Jan. 7, 2019) Great River Energy ("GRE") is a G&T cooperative that services 28 members. Crow Wing Coop. Power & Light ("Crow Wing") is one of GRE's 28
- THE DOOR SHOP, INC. V. ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION Alcorn County Electric Power Association ("ACE") began supplying The Door Shop, Inc. ("Door Shop") with electric service beginning in November 2004.
- Duke Energy Indiana, LLC v. Town of Avon, Indiana In 2015, the town of Avon passed an ordinance which allowed the town to force a utility to relocate facilities on public streets or public
Indiana Property Damage Blog
- Providing Timely Notice of Tort Claims Tort Claim Notice is Critical to Preserve Rights The Indiana Tort Claims Act (I.C. 34-13-3 et seq.) requires that notice must be filed before a
- The Civil Justice System: Protecting Your Family
- Parr Richey Attorney Mike Schultz to present at upcoming seminar, "Insurance Coverage Litigation: Secrets Insurance Companies Don't Want Attorneys to Know" On July 13, 2018, Parr Richey attorney Mike Schultz will speak on "Strategies Used to Delay/Deny Claims" and "Bad Faith and Breach of Contract
Indiana Injury Lawyer Blog
- An Indiana Homeowner's Duty to Social Guests One of the most important determinations in an Indiana slip-and-fall case is the status of the injured party. Visitors are classified into three
- Indiana Workplace Injuries and the "Exclusive Remedy" Provision of Indiana's Workers' Compensation Act Being involved in an Indiana workplace accident is a stressful experience. Not only must the injured employee worry about physical recovery after the
- Federal Court Interprets Indiana's Comparative Fault Act in Recent Personal Injury Case Last month, a federal appellate court issued an opinion in an Indiana personal injury accident that required the court to interpret the Indiana