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Indiana State Superintendent of Public Instruction Elect Glenda Ritz is set to speak at the 2012 Legislative Conference presented by Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP, taking place at the Indiana Convention Center on Dec. 13. Ritz will be speaking on the “K-12 Education: Tweaking or Turning ’Round the Reforms, from Teachers to Takeovers” panel during one of the morning sessions from ...

The Hoosier state is at the epicenter of one of the most significant employment cases of the year. In Vance v. Ball State University, the U.S. Supreme Court will decide who constitutes a “supervisor” under Title VII, which will significantly impact the extent to which employers can be liable for employees’ discriminatory conduct. The court heard oral arguments in the case ...

Posted in Womens Forum

As a new branch of Benchmark publications, the Top 250 Women in Litigation honors roughly 250 female litigators across the country for their achievements in the field. We are proud to announce that two women of Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP’s Louisville office have received this great honor!

The entire firm and the Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP Women’s Forum are happy to congratulate ...

Posted in Tax and Finance
Posted in General

Since 2008 when the Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP Women’s Forum first landed on the scene, the group’s signature networking event has been its annual Holiday Mart reception. Holiday Mart, “a favorite tradition in the Indianapolis area,” is an annual fundraiser hosted by the Junior League of Indianapolis that brings together craftspeople, artists, decorators, other vendors ...

Posted in Government

Indiana’s Nov. 6 election saw a sizable group of new legislators elected to both the Senate and House of Representatives.

Of the 150 lawmakers, four members of the Indiana Senate are preparing to serve their first term, and there are 25 freshman members of the Indiana House.

Posted in Government

Following the elections on Nov. 6, 2012, Republicans hold a supermajority in the Indiana Senate and Indiana House of Representatives. Republicans hold 37 of the 50 seats in the Indiana Senate and they gained nine more seats in the Indiana House to achieve a 69-31 majority. This “quorum-proof majority” gives Republicans enough seats to conduct business in both chambers without any Democratic members in attendance.

On Nov. 6, 2012 an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) for the National Labor Relations Board (Board) ruled that an employee arbitration policy, which purported to prohibit class actions by employees who did not opt out, violated the National Labor Relations Act.  Consequently, the ALJ found that the employer had engaged in an unfair labor practice.

Posted in Estate Planning
Posted in General

Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP attorney Ed Perry, president of The First Tee of Louisville, formally thanked The UPS Foundation on Nov. 2, 2012 for a $50,000 grant to the local youth development program. The grant will enable The First Tee of Louisville to construct a nine-hole, par-3 Youth Golf Course at Metro Parks’ Seneca Golf Course.

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