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    David is a member of the Business Services Department and Real Estate Practice Group. David's practice currently focuses largely on real estate development, including sales, leasing and financing. David represents banks and ...

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If one of your guests gets hurt or dies in your home, you may be financially responsible. The Indiana Supreme Court recently decided in the case of F. John Rogers, as Personal Representative of Paul Michalik, Deceased, and R. David Boyer, Trustee of the Bankruptcy Estate of Jerry Lee Chambers vs. Angela Martin and Brian Paul Brothers that a homeowner could be liable for the death of a guest ...

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Hello and welcome to the first of (hopefully) a series of articles on the ins and outs of issues surrounding leasing commercial real estate. Having worked in this area as a real estate lawyer for more than 15 years, I’ve seen these matters from multiple sides, whether it be from the landlord, the tenant, the lender or the investor.

For my first blog entry – who doesn’t like lists? The ...

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Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP was recently hired to assist Cardinal Golf, LLC in the sale of Prairie View Golf Club in Carmel, Ind. Cardinal Golf is majority-owned by the Ackerman family. The family-owned, award-winning Prairie View Golf Club had earned a wonderful brand and reputation in the golfing community for its teaching professionals, training academy, dining and banquet ...

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Many owners of apartment buildings and other investment properties face issues with their tenants.  One of those issues is that of tenants and the trouble their pets can cause. A recent decision handed down by the Court of Appeals of the State of Indiana dealt specifically with this issue. 

In the case of Morehead v. Deitrich,  the Court of Appeals held that a landlord was not liable for ...

Slightly more than thirty days have passed since the Small Business Jobs Act of 2010 (H.R. 5297) (the Act) went into effect. The White House heralded the Act as a benefit to small businesses “on day one,” and the U.S. Small Business Administration called it “the most significant piece of small business legislation in over a decade.”



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