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Posted in Government

On Wednesday, United States District Judge Richard Young struck down Indiana’s ban on same-sex marriage. Later in the day, Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller filed a notice of appeal and a request for an emergency stay of the order. It is unclear if or when that stay might be granted.

In this month’s Louisville Business First Legal Forum Column, BGD partner Blaine R. Blood discusses what businesses can do to lessen the risk of being involved in labor lawsuits. Read his advice below and don’t miss our monthly legal forum column in Louisville Business First! 

I’m concerned about the rising tide of labor litigation. What can I do to better manage my ...

On Thursday, the U.S. Supreme Court invalidated President Obama’s prior appointments to the National Labor Relations Board, holding that the executive branch once again overstepped its authority to interpret the law.  

Posted in Real Estate
Posted in Womens Forum

Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP and the BGD Women’s Forum were delighted to see friend of the firm Polly Dobbs light up the small screen in a recent U.S. Farm Report.

Posted in Estate Planning

If you are in the honeymoon phase of business ownership, you don’t want to think about the possibility of your perfect partnership fizzling in the future for reasons unknown. But protecting yourself and your family’s business interests through a buy-sell agreement is simply the smart thing to do.

Likewise, if you are eyeing retirement, you need to plan so that your business not only ...

On Monday, June 2, 2014, the Department of Labor (DOL) closed the comment period on a new set of regulations concerning the procedure for bringing whistleblower complaints under the Consumer Financial Protection Act (CFPA).

Posted in Litigation

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