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Indiana Business Lawyer Blog
- INDIANA SUPREME COURT HOLDS IURC IS A PROPER PARTY TO APPEALS OF IURC ORDERS On June 27, 2018, the Indiana Supreme Court issued an opinion establishing that the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission ("Commission") is a proper
- FERC Legal – FERC Determination in Docket No. EC17-131-000 In June 2017, Florida Power and Light ("FPL"), a rate-regulated electric utility, filed an application with FERC requesting authorization to transfer
- SUPREME COURT HOLDS POST-RETIREMENT BENEFITS PROVIDED BY A LABOR CONTRACT DID NOT VEST FOR LIFE On February 20, 2018, the U.S. Supreme Court in CNH Industrial v. Reese rejected the Sixth Circuit's approach to interpreting collective bargaining
Indiana Property Damage Blog
- 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
- Frozen Pipe Prevention and Water Damage Insurance Claims With the recent biting cold, many property owners are taking steps to protect their investments to the best of their ability. Some great information
- 2016 Indiana Homeowners Insurance Complaint Index The Indiana Department of Insurance publishes complaint indexes for each year. According to the Indiana Department of Insurance: The table uses the
Indiana Injury Lawyer Blog
- Court Discusses Grocery Store's Duty to Keep Store Free of Dangerous Hazards All business owners owe their customers a duty of care to keep areas accessible to customers in a reasonably safe condition. This generally means
- How Some Defendants May Attempt to Use the "Sudden Emergency Doctrine" to Evade Liability Recently, a state appellate court issued an opinion in a personal injury case discussing what the court called the "sudden emergency doctrine,"
- Indiana Court Determines Wires Running Across Hospital Room Floor Were Not an Obvious Hazard Recently, a state appellate court issued a written opinion in a case presenting an interesting issue for many Indiana personal injury accident