• Ind. Decisions - Court of Appeals issues 1 today (and 2 NFP)

    Friday, October 24, 2014 For publication opinions today (1): In 219 Kenwood Holdings, LLC v. Properties 2006, LLC, a 7-page opinion, Judge Baker writes: 219 Kenwood Holdings, LLC, (Kenwood) appeals the judgment of the trial court finding that Properties 2006, LLC, (Properties 2006) substantially complied with the requirements of Indiana Code section 6-1.1-25-4.5(e).

    3 readers - Marcia Oddi/ The Indiana Law Blog
  • Ind. Courts - "Incumbent, 2 challengers in contention for judgeship"

    The ILB does not blog about every local judicial election, but this story from Rebecca Green of the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette is particularly comprehensive and could serve as a model. The long story begins: Allen Superior Court Judge Stanley Levine has held onto his seat on the Allen County bench for 16 years, but this year there are two challengers trying to unseat him.

    3 readers - Marcia Oddi/ The Indiana Law Blog
  • Law - "So Little Paper to Chase in a Law Firm’s New Library"

    David W. Dunlap reported yesterday in the NY Times on the shrinking size of law firm libraries. The story focused on the NYC firm Kaye Scholer's recent move: The law firm Kaye Scholer left a lot behind when it moved this month from 425 Park Avenue in Manhattan, where it had been since 1957, into new quarters at 250 West 55th Street.

    4 readers - Marcia Oddi/ The Indiana Law Blog
  • Ind. Decisions - Court of Appeals issues 7 today (and 8 NFP)

    Wednesday, October 22, 2014 For publication opinions today (7): Margaret Dawson v. Thornton's, Inc. In Re The Paternity of B.J.N. by Next Friend, E.M. v. K.N. and On Consolidated Appeal, In Re the Guardianship of B.J.N., E.M. v. P.C. In the Matter of the Termination of the Parent-Child Relationship of: R.A. and S.W. v. The Indiana Department of Child Services JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A,. v.

    2 readers - Marcia Oddi/ The Indiana Law Blog
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