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Indiana Business Lawyer Blog
- De Facto Merger – New Nello Operating Co., LLC v. CompressAir The Indiana Court of Appeals recently upheld the finding of a de facto merger in successor companies when allowing the enforcement of a judgment
- Indiana Court of Appeals Decision Addresses Unreasonable Interference Protection for Easement Owners – Duke Energy Indiana v. J. & J Development Company On February 5, 2020, the Indiana Court of Appeals handed down an opinion that will have landowners thinking twice before interfering with easement
- Punishment or compensation? Indiana Supreme Court decision guides enforceability of liquidated damages provisions in employment contracts The Indiana Supreme Court recently provided important guidance for employers looking to hold employees accountable for breaching non-solicitation
Indiana Property Damage Blog
- Yes. Parr Richey is open for business. We are here for you. Yes. Parr Richey IS open for business; and yes, we are taking on COVID-19 related cases. The attorneys at Parr Richey want you to know we are ready to
- Insurance Companies Owe Duty of Good Faith and Fair Dealing to Additional Insureds In a recent opinion, the Indiana Court of Appeals decisively ruled that insurers owe a duty of good faith and fair dealing to all insureds, even if an
- Indiana Court of Appeals Addresses Damages for Inherent Diminished Value of Personal Property On February 19, 2020, the Indiana Court of Appeals issued an opinion that clarified whether plaintiffs can recover damages for the inherent diminished
Indiana Injury Lawyer Blog
- Indiana Nursing Home Liability Related to the Spread of Coronavirus As COVID-19, otherwise known as the novel coronavirus, makes its way throughout the United States, many vulnerable Indiana nursing home residents face
- Appellate Court Addresses Statute of Repose in Indiana Products Liability Lawsuits In a recent opinion, the Indiana Supreme Court addressed the amount of time a plaintiff has to bring a product liability lawsuit against a company.
- Indiana Court Finds Bar Did Not Owe Patron a Duty to Protect Him Against Criminal Attack Earlier this month, a state appellate court issued a written opinion in an Indiana premises liability case discussing if a bar owed the plaintiff, who