• James Reed and Robyn L. Radomski Discuss Attorney Blogging with Indiana Lawyer

    BGD partner James Reed and Chief Marketing and Business Development Officer Robyn L. Radomski discussed the ways in which attorneys are turning to blogs to market their services, find clients and express themselves with the Indiana Lawyer recently. Reed and former BGD attorney Tamara McMillian had written about the questions of pet custody and visitation ...more »

  • Roxana S. Bell Selected for the 2015 Collaborative Bar Leadership Academy

    Please join the firm in congratulating attorney Roxana S. Bell for her selection to the 2015 Collaborative Bar Leadership Academy (CBLA). The CBLA is a joint initiative of the American Bar Association, Hispanic National Bar Association, National Asian Pacific American Bar Association, National Bar Association and National Native American Bar Association. ...more »

  • Are You Prepared for a Data Breach Litigation? John McCauley Discusses 3 Types of Legal Liabilities

    BGD partner John McCauley recently discussed the rising importance of data breach litigation in a column for the Indiana Lawyer. In it, he stresses the importance of being prepared for cyber-attacks, quoting John Chambers, CEO of Cisco Systems Inc., “here are two types of companies: those who have been hacked and those who don’t yet know they ...more »

  • Bingham Greenebaum Doll Welcomes Attorney Alex S. Rodger

    CINCINNATI (May 14, 2015)—Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP is pleased to announce that Alex S. Rodger has joined the firm as an Associate and is now a member of the Litigation practice group. Alex will continue to build a very diverse practice from the Cincinnati office, focusing on wide-ranging commercial and business litigation as well as family law. ...more »

  • Indiana Prohibits Taxation of Internet Access

    Indiana recently passed emergency legislation that prohibits state and local governments from taxing Internet access or the use of Internet access. The legislation is effective April 23, 2015. The legislation prohibits any taxation, whether on a provider or buyer of Internet access. This includes retail tax, sales or use tax, any charge that generates ...more »

  • New BGD Magazine Examines What Recent NLRB Decisions Mean for Employers, What Happens to Your Digital Presence After You Die and More

    INDIANAPOLIS (May 13, 2015) – Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP is pleased to announce the release of its latest quarterly magazine. The new issue of BGD Magazine takes a closer look at what several National Labor Relations Board decisions mean for employers. It also includes four tips for reducing electronic data breach risk. Also in the Spring 2015 ...more »

  • Carl Hayes Explains Why "We the People" Civics Contest is a Good Bet

    In a recent IndyStar article, firm partner Carl Hayes discussed the We the People program as teams from Cathedral High School and Munster High School prepared to compete in the national finals in Washington, D.C. More than 6,000 Hoosier students participate in We the People, which is administered by the Indiana Bar Foundation. Hayes is a member of the board ...more »

  • Are You an Employment Law Whiz? Take This Quiz to Find Out!

    How well do you know your rights as an employer? Are you making common mistakes in handling your employees? Take the 10-question true or false quiz from Katherine G. Erdel in the April/May/June 2015 edition of the Indiana PHCC newsletter to find out. The true or false quiz includes the following questions about employer/employee rights in the state of ...more »

  • BGD Client Secures Trademark for Scented Ukuleles

    As highlighted recently by The Wall Street Journal, trademark protection is no longer restricted to simply words and logos. Companies are now fighting to protect other distinctive characteristics they feel set their products and brands apart from their competitors, such as sounds, shapes and smells. As more companies are seeking trademark protection for ...more »

  • April A. Wimberg Named to Ignite Louisville Class of 2015

    BGD is pleased to congratulate April A. Wimberg for being named to the Ignite Louisville Class of 2015. April joins an annual class of high-potential professionals for a seven month program running May – November 2015. Meeting for a two-day opening retreat and then once a month at varying locations in the Louisville community, participants learn best ...more »


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