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Business Interruption Insurance

With the increasing number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 and the corresponding effects on nearly all business sectors, it becomes increasingly important for business owners to review their commercial property and liability insurance policies.  It is specifically important t...

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Business Operations Under Indiana’s Executive Order

In light of the current COVID-19 health crisis, Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb issued an Executive Order requiring all individuals to remain at home unless they are carrying out essential business. This Order is effective March 24, 2020, through April 6, 2020, unless...

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Families First Coronavirus Response Act Signed Into Law

UPDATED MARCH 19, 2020, TO REFLECT THAT PRESIDENT TRUMP SIGNED H.R. 6201 INTO LAW
UPDATED March 18, 2020, to reflect passage of H.R. 6201 by the U...

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Contract Disruption or Non-Performance

With the rapid increase in reported cases of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) in the United States and its recent classification as a worldwide pandemic by the World Health Organization, many questions have arisen regarding the applicability of force majeure, termination,...

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Modification of Non-Competition and Non-Solicitation Agreements Rejected by Recent Indiana Supreme Court Case

In its December 2019 decision, Heraeus Med., LLC v. Zimmer, Inc., the Indiana Supreme Court held that courts cannot add language to a non-competition agreement in order to make it enforceable - even when authorized to do so by the language of the agreement.  Ch...

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Action Steps When a Data Breach Occurs

While the legal definition of a data breach will vary depending on the state where a business operates, a data breach generally occurs when any type of sensitive, private, confidential data has - or could have been - accessed or viewed without authorization. From the unauth...

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Changes to the H-1B Visa Program Increase Chances for Companies to Petition Foreign Workers with Graduate Degrees Beginning Next Year

Now that the window to submit petitions for H-1B workers for fiscal year 2020 has officially closed, employers that filed petitions are nervously awaiting to see if their petitions survived the cap and were selected for processing. This year saw a record 201,011 petitions filed for H-1B workers.  Wi...

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Administrative Dissolution and Reinstatement: Changes Going Into Effect

Indiana’s business corporation law permits corporations and limited liability companies that have been administratively dissolved by the Secretary of State the opportunity to be reinstated by making application and following specific statutory requirements. Grounds for dissolution include failure to...

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