Publications

  • Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP to Share Key Legal Changes Likely to Impact Indiana Businesses

    BGD will host a free 90-minute presentation covering recent changes in state and federal laws that could impact Indiana businesses this year.

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  • Firm Client Current Blend, Inc. Will Open Collaborative Workspace Next Month in Huntingburg

    Current Blend, Inc., a nonprofit organization dedicated to creating new business and attracting talent to the region, will be opening the county’s first co-working collaborative workspace in May. This co-working space is the first step by local established entrepreneurs, business owners and community leaders to ignite local entrepreneurship and ...more »

  • BGD Attorney Jeffrey A. McKenzie Weighs in on the Future of Law Firms

    In case you missed it, Jeffrey A. McKenzie weighed in on what the future looks like for young attorneys in a recent issue of Louisville Business First. Technology and economics are the driving forces behind the changing legal market, a portent of the legal landscape. McKenzie has seen this changing dynamic firsthand in attorney/client communication, ...more »

  • BGD Recognized For Outstanding Smoke-Free Legal Service

    Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP will receive the 2015 Brian Early Mattone, Esq. Legal Counsel Smoke-free Support Award from the Kentucky Center for Smoke-Free Policy on April 23. Presented at the annual statewide Spring Smoke-free Conference in Lexington, this award recognizes outstanding smoke-free legal service and continuous contributions to smoke-free ...more »

  • Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP to Share Key Legal Changes That Could Impact Kentucky Businesses This Year

    LOUISVILLE, Ky. (April 6, 2015) - Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP is pleased to announce this year’s Corporate Law Update topic, “Legal Tips for Business.” This free 90-minute presentation by firm partners is designed to provide corporate in-house counsel, business owners, corporate executives, human resources and other business managers with ...more »

  • Roxana S. Bell Discusses Diversity in the Legal Profession

    In her recent Indiana Lawyer column, Roxana Bell shared a reflection on the increasing diversity in the legal field, but with an eye toward a future that will see the “last of the firsts” in diversity progress. According to her column, Bell is struck by the relative youth of the pioneers in legal diversity and is hopeful that diversity in the ...more »

  • Robert L. Brown Discusses U.S.-Cuba Trade Relations

    Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP partner Robert L. Brown, chairman of the BGD International Team, recently discussed U.S. – Cuba Relations in Louisville Business First. In his op-ed column, the former chair of the Kentucky World Trade Center explores the benefits of U.S. trade with Cuba and the potential impact of relaxed trade embargo. Brown notes that ...more »

  • Kentucky: Wrap-up of 2015 Tax Legislation

    The Kentucky General Assembly’s 2015 legislative session recently concluded with little legislation of note. However, 2016 could be a big year. Road Fund Stabilization and Kentucky Department of Revenue “Clean-Up” Bill: HB 299 (BR 1165) freezes the gasoline tax at 26 cents per gallon to prevent an anticipated shortfall in the Road Fund. ...more »

  • BGD Criminal Defense Attorneys Discuss Recent Developments in Evidentiary Standards for Recordings

    BGD criminal defense attorneys James J. Bell and K. Michael Gaerte recently discussed the “mic’d up” recording of Robert Durst and its admissibility as evidence in his murder trial in their recurring “Inside the Criminal Case” Indiana Lawyer column. They believe that Durst’s recorded confession should be admitted in his ...more »

  • Jeffrey A. McKenzie Helps Expand Louisville’s Prominence in the Distillery Industry

    Jeffrey A. McKenzie, chair of the Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP Mergers and Acquisitions Team and co-chair of the Beverage Alcohol Team, has had his hand in several Louisville Main Street projects recently. The common thread among all them being a Kentucky staple: bourbon. Back in 2010, McKenzie pitched the idea of bourbon-related Main Street tourism to ...more »

 
 
 

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