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    Keith Bice serves as a Partnership Board Member, focusing his practice on business and real estate debt, equity and acquisition deals. In his role as co-chair, Keith leads the group's attorneys in continually anticipating the needs ...

At Bingham Greenebaum Doll, we strive to publish quality content in articles, on our blog and in our newsletters to inform our clients, readers and subscribers on today’s legal issues. That is why we are excited to announce the publication of BGD Magazine, a quarterly collection of outlooks, articles and feature stories from the bright minds at Bingham Greenebaum Doll.

Our first ...

Will your business be responsible for screening potential employees’ immigration status? Under a new state law, employers may be required to use an online software program to screen employees in order for their business to qualify for government contracts or grants. On May 10, Governor Daniels signed Indiana Senate Enrolled Act 590 (SEA 590) into law, which becomes effective July 1, and will have many employers using E-Verify to flag unauthorized aliens among their pool of potential employees. Under SEA 590, failing to maintain a legal workforce could now come at a cost to many Hoosier businesses.

Last week, Bingham Greenebaum Doll hosted the 15th annual Murphy-McClamroch St. Patrick’s Day Benefit for the Homeless. Each year, we raise funds for the Holy Family Shelter of Indianapolis, an emergency shelter for homeless families. Through the generosity of our friends and colleagues, we were able to raise nearly $5,000 for the shelter this year.

If we get the BIG ice storm that is expected to hit Indy, many of us will suffer damage to our homes, businesses and vehicles.  The tax law allows us to claim a deduction for a “casualty loss,” as long as certain requirements are met.  As you might expect, the requirements are complex, but basically you are entitled to a tax deduction for the amount the value of your property was reduced as a ...

In the supply chain a push and pull exists between suppliers and buyers: suppliers need to get paid upon invoice maturity date or earlier to keep the supply chain moving. Buyers want to stretch the amount of time they take to pay suppliers in order to hold on to working capital longer. In the current economic downturn, the divergent pressures have increased drastically, but the risks to a ...

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