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One Battle Is Over, But The War Over Energy Production In Southern Indiana Rages On

A few months ago, the Indiana Supreme Court came down with a decision that greatly impacts the ongoing, energy dispute in Southern Indiana.  To be specific, the Supreme Court’s decision upheld a contract between…

Development Incentives – Part I: What is Tax Increment Financing or TIF?

Posted in Blog, Economic Development by admin on April 7th, 2014 Comments (0)

The term Tax Increment Financing (“TIF”) describes a type of public financing available for certain approved development projects, for example the revitalization of a blighted warehouse or a neighborhood.  Essentially, TIF is a value…

Bowers Harrison partner, Katie Worman, Presents at WorkOne Southwest Indiana’s April 2014 Business Seminar

On April 3, 2014, Bowers Harrison partner,  Katie Worman , was selected to present at WorkOne Southwest Indiana’s April 2014 Business Seminar on “Worker’s Compensation: A discussion of recent legislative changes  and issues that can present challenges to…

Trademark Registration: State vs. Federal … and the Winner Is? (Part 1)

Posted in Blog, Intellectual Property Law by admin on April 1st, 2014 Comments (0)

In our ever changing and expanding global market place, a business must stand out from the rest of its competitors in new and unique ways, and businesses stand out through their names, logos and…

NLRB Finds Wal-Mart’s Post-Protest Discharges Did Not Violate The NLRA

The National Labor Relations Board’s (“NLRB”) Associate General Counsel issued an Advice Memorandum, dated February 1, 2014, clearing Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. (“Wal-Mart”) in case numbers 12-CA-105798, 12-CA-105847, and 12-CA-109743 of charges that Wal-Mart violated…

Indiana Authorizes a New Form of Advance Medical Directive (Indiana Physician Orders for Scope of Treatment (POST))

Indiana added, in 2013, a new advance directive to the tools available to patients wishing to make decisions regarding their own health care.  The new form, called an Indiana Physician Orders for Scope of…