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Partner Phil L. Isenbarger Appears in “Big Ten Elite” Series
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Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP partner Phil L. Isenbarger appeared in the Big Ten Network’s “Big Ten Elite” television series which first aired on Friday, Nov. 9. The show highlights Bob Knight’s second national championship team at Indiana, which Phil captained in 1981.

The “Big Ten Elite” series aims to provide viewers with a behind the scenes story for seven great football and basketball teams over the history of the Big Ten conference. Phil’s 1981 Indiana University basketball team is the first basketball team to be featured in the series. The episode includes a one-on-one interview with Phil, as well as highlights from the Hoosiers’ 26-9 season. For future showings, click here.  

Phil played basketball for Indiana University from 1977-1981 and graduated from the Kelley School of Business in 1981 before graduating from the Maurer School of Law in Bloomington.  In 2002, he was inducted as a Silver Anniversary player in the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame and now serves on its board and executive committee.  He has been a volunteer high school basketball coach for over 20 years. 

Phil is a partner with Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP in Indianapolis, with over 30 years of litigation and trial experience. He has previously chaired the firm’s Litigation Practice Group and has been lead counsel for jury and court trials conducted in state and federal courts across Indiana.

A Distinguished Fellow of the Indianapolis Bar Foundation and former President of the Indianapolis Bar Association, Phil has been an active member in the American Bar Association, the Indiana State Bar Association, The Indianapolis Law Club, The International Association of Defense Counsel, Transportation Lawyers Association and USLAW.

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    Phil is a partner with Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP in Indianapolis, with over 35 years of litigation and trial experience. He has previously chaired the firm’s Litigation Practice Group and has been lead counsel for jury trials ...

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