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Posted in Tax and Finance

Learn more about the IRS Voluntary Classification Settlement Program in our video below. For more information, contact one of the tax professionals at Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP.

On April 26, 2012, the US District Court for the Southern District of New York upheld a magistrate judge’s opinion ordering the parties to use predictive coding to review and produce electronically stored information (ESI). This is a key decision because it is the first known federal court ruling that specifically addresses the use of computer-assisted document review.

Administrative compliance orders are one enforcement tool utilized by the Environmental Protection Agency to obtain compliance and, until a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision, could not be challenged unless and until the EPA brought an enforcement action in federal district court. The Supreme Court, in its Sackett v. EPA decision, has ruled that a regulated entity can immediately ...

In case you missed it, Bingham Greenebaum Doll partner Andy Gruber was on this week’s episode of “Inside Indiana Business with Gerry Dick.”

Posted in Government

At Bingham Greenebaum Doll, we are committed to the communities we serve. That commitment includes our annual service in the March Against Hunger. The Indiana Attorney General’s office recently announced the 2012 March Against Hunger Division Winners.  Bingham Greenebaum Doll placed 3rd in the large firms division. Fifty-one law groups participated this year, including firms of ...

Posted in Government

As first appeared April 4, 2012 on the Inside Indiana Business Website

Indiana cities and towns are in the business of providing utility services to their constituents.

Posted in Government

Congratulations and a ‘super’ thank you are due to partner Sue Beesley for her involvement in the planning and execution of the Super Bowl Village during the 2012 Super Bowl in Indianapolis.

Employer groups have contested the National Labor Relations Board’s controversial notice-posting rule since it was first published in December 2010. 

In response to decisions by the United States Supreme Court in 2005 and 2008, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has published a new rule, effective April 30, 2012, which affects most employers. 

Effective March, 14, 2012, Indiana’s hot-button Right to Work Lawmakes it a misdemeanor for an employer to require an individual, as a condition of employment, to:

  • Become or remain a member of a labor organization;
  • Pay dues, fees, assessments or other charges to a labor organization; or
  • Pay to a charity or another third party an amount that is equivalent to, or a pro rata part of, dues ...


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