Bowers Harrison, LLP is one of Southern Indiana’s oldest continuously practicing law firms.  We are a multi-practice area law firm serving our clients throughout Indiana and beyond.  We possess the depth of experience of large law firms and consistently offer our clients individualized attention and immediate accessibility. Our clients include individuals, small businesses, governmental entities, and publicly traded companies.  For over fifty years, we have worked hard to understand our clients’ business, industry, and personal needs so we can protect their interests and deliver high-quality, cost-effective legal services.

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Recent Updates

Presentación informativa sobre los nuevos cambios en la ley de inmigración

Acompáñenos a la presentación informativa sobre los nuevos cambios en la ley de inmigración. La información será presentado por los abogados Royal Gearhart y Keith Wallace de Bowers Harrison LLP, las Caridades Catolicas, y…

Clifford Whitehead Appointed Warrick County Council Attorney

Posted in Blog, Government Services, News, State of Indiana News by admin on January 13th, 2015 Comments (0)

On January 9, 2015, Bowers Harrison attorney, Clifford Whitehead , was appointed by the Warrick County Council to serve as its attorney. The Council is the fiscal body of Warrick County that appropriates funds for public…

Executive Action on Immigration Part 10: What Businesses Can Do to Start Preparing

The changes to the immigrant and nonimmigrant visa programs discussed in prior posts offer potentially huge benefits to businesses, employees, and foreign investors. However, the programs and initiatives proposed in the President’s executive actions…

Executive Action on Immigration Part 9: Changes Affecting Foreign Investors

In my recent prior posts regarding the President’s executive actions regarding immigration, I addressed the impact of the changes on U.S. businesses and employees. Today’s post specifically addresses the proposed changes and their impact in regards…

Executive Action on Immigration Part 8: Specific Changes to Visa Procedures Affecting U.S. Businesses Cont’d.

Today’s post continues the prior discussion of specific changes to immigrant and nonimmigrant visa procedures and their effect on U.S. businesses. In addition to the changes addressed in the prior post, in accordance with the President’s…

Executive Action on Immigration Part 7: Specific Changes to Visa Procedures Affecting U.S. Businesses

Yesterday’s post focused on the proposed general changes by USCIS to the immigration regime as a whole and their effect on U.S. businesses and employees. Today’s post will briefly begin to discuss the changes to specific immigrant and nonimmigrant programs that businesses, employees,…