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2021
Kayla B. MayBrandon T. CurlNicholas L. Geelhood Kahn, Dees, Donovan & Kahn is pleased to announce the addition of three associate attorneys to the firm.  Kayla B. May, a native of Martinsville, Indiana, obtained her undergraduate degree from Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis, and obtained her J.D. from UIC Law (formerly John Marshall Law School...
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On September 28, 2021, the Vanderburgh County Area Plan Commission (“APC”), a local agency designated to carry out land use planning for the City of Evansville, Vanderburgh County, and the Town of Darmstadt, notified the public of its intent to consider an amendment to the Vanderburgh County Code establishing new standards for both solar energy...
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President Joe Biden’s proposed “Build Back Better Act” (the Act) is quickly moving through both houses of Congress and may become law soon. Traditionally, changes to the Tax Code have an effective date after the first of the new year or even later; however, this time, certain provisions go into effect on the date of...
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This post was updated on September 14, 2021. On September 8, 2021, President Biden issued a COVID-19 Action Plan concerning new vaccine mandates that may affect 100 million Americans. Large Private Employers and Paid Time Off to Get Vaccinated According to the Plan, the Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is developing...
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Congratulations to three of our KDDK attorneys on being recognized as “Lawyer of the Year” in Evansville for their practice areas by The Best Lawyers in America©.  “Lawyer of the Year” is awarded to individual attorneys with the highest overall peer-feedback for a specific practice area within a geographic region.  Only one attorney is recognized as the...
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Small claims litigants may recall that Governor Holcomb took similar action last year when he raised the cap from $6,000 to $8,000. Effective July 1, 2021, this amount was again increased to $10,000 across the entire state of Indiana.
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Commercial general liability policies regularly provide an insurance carrier with the express right to control the defense of litigation, but who selects the insured’s counsel to represent the insured in the litigation?  Not only do liability policies routinely provide a carrier to control the defense, but typically policies do not expressly grant a policyholder the...
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On Friday, July 9, 2021, President Biden signed a sweeping Executive Order to promote competition across the US economy. The Executive Order urges more than a dozen federal agencies to crack down on competition problems across a variety of industries. What Employers Should Know First, it must be noted that the Executive Order includes only...
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The standard has long been in Indiana for schools to issue work permits for students who are under the age of 18. However, starting on July 1, 2021, this will no longer be the case. Instead, businesses who employ five or more minor employees will now be responsible for tracking and reporting information regarding their...
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Makenzie MehringerHeather Heck Kahn, Dees, Donovan & Kahn is pleased to welcome back Heather Heck and Makenzie Mehringer as part of our summer law clerk program. This is their second summer working with KDDK. Heather and Makenzie attend Indiana University Maurer School of Law in Bloomington and are expecting to graduate in May 2022.
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