The pandemic required businesses and organizations to review or consider making changes to their operations to best handle the novel coronavirus situation as well as protect employees while still trying to survive.
Law firms combine latest technology with traditional practice to retain, attract new business Paul A. Leonard Jr. has been practicing law for more than three decades, but he still remembers his first day of employment in a law office. “I was presented with a Bic pen, a legal pad and a telephone,” said Leonard, who […]
The U.S. Senate on July 10 confirmed South Bend attorney Damon Leichty to serve as a federal judge on the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Indiana.
South Bend attorney Jennifer VanderVeen was appointed president of the board for 2019-2020 National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys.
Learn how to protect, grow digital reputation Internet immortality sounds enticing for working professionals in the Digital Age, unless it involves allegations of libel, slander and defamation of character. The World Wide Web rarely forgets and never forgives, especially with inflammatory social media posts that can cost a job, damage an otherwise stellar reputation or […]
Keep tabs on the areas of law that affect your business Is your business structured in the best way to minimize liability exposure? Are you exposing your personal assets to liability? Have you reviewed the many tax implications associated with your business? Are you paying more in self-employment taxes than necessary? These are just a […]