Swooned by a sizzling concert scene, FREE festivals and a game of croquet? There is a lot going on in Indianapolis in June… Find out here!
James Masur II’s article, The Beauchamp Landmark Case was recently featured in Labor and Employment Law Notes, Spring 2012.
December 23, 2011 marked the 25th anniversary of a landmark case in Michigan, its many employees, its many employers, and others, Beauchamp vs. Dow Chemical, 427 Mich. 1 (1986).
The issue before the Justices was whether or not Michigan’s workers’ compensation “exclusive remedy” foreclosed a Yooper’s intentional tort action, and, if not, what standard would apply. The task of preparing the Plaintiff-Appellee Beauchamp’s brief for the Supreme Court was delegated to me, only 14 months after my admission to the Bar. Read the full article here
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Robert York was recently noted as a Top lawyer in Indiana’s Top Rated Lawyers, 2012 edition for estates, trusts, wills, and probate disputes, business and commercial litigation, and insurance disputes.
With 38 years of litigation experience, Robert W. York’s practice focuses on probate, trusts/wills, business and insurance litigation. He is an honors graduate of Indiana University School of Law, a former Marion County Deputy Prosecutor and a former Indiana Administrative Law Judge. Bob served as Editor of Verdict magazine for 12 years, is a past President of the Indiana Trial Lawyers Assn, and a past Vice-President of the Indianapolis Bar Assn. He often speaks at continuing legal education seminars on topics involving his practice focus. Bob practices in courts in the state of Indiana and beyond. With the experience and wisdom to pursue settlement outside the courtroom, he also says: “It’s a good feeling to help someone resolve a problem, and many times the only way a problem can be resolved is in the courtroom.”
To contact Bob, please call us at 317-842-8000 or click here to email us!
Interested in doing something in downtown Indianapolis this weekend? Check out the IPL 500 Festival Parade , new zoo exhibit, library e-reader bus, and more via Indianapolis Downtown Inc. here!
The New York Times shares an article about how that due to the poor job market, many college graduates are turning toward unpaid internships to get a foot in the door.
The Indianapolis Star recently posted an article as once again, the Indianapolis metro area grabs the No. 1 spot on housing affordability list.