New BGD Magazine Explores Covert Recordings in the Workplace, Cold Beer in Indiana and More
INDIANAPOLIS (April 1, 2014) – Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP, a progressive business law firm with locations in Indiana, Kentucky and Ohio, announces the release of its latest quarterly magazine. The publication, BGD Magazine, covers covert employee recordings and the likelihood of them being admissible by a court of law. It also examines “Cold beer and hot debate in Indiana,” specifying how regulatory frameworks can lead to confusing, controversial business practices.
Also in the latest issue of BGD Magazine, attorneys Jesse A. Mudd and Matthew A. Stinnett explore two opinions recently published by the Supreme Court of Kentucky that likely sound the death knell for the long-standing “open-and-obvious” defense for landowners in Kentucky. Attorney William J. Kishman considers what a college athletes’ labor union would mean for employers, following the recent petition by several Northwestern University football players to be recognized as a labor union by the National Labor Relations Board. Additionally, attorney Michael Kohlhaas explores the growing trend of “DIY divorce” and what could possibly go wrong when electing to divorce without an attorney.
In addition, the magazine highlights stories of practice area interest, firm news, client videos and attorney-created content. A complete PDF of the latest issue is available for free download on the firm website at www.bgdlegal.com/magazine.
Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP is a progressive business law firm with nearly 250 professionals serving regional, national and international clients. For more information, visit www.bgdlegal.com.