Government Law

A Roadmap for Business and Social Movement Collaboration

by Kelly R. Eskew, J.D. Clinical Associate Professor Department of Business Law & Ethics Kelley School of Business, Indiana University 1309 East Tenth Street Bloomington, IN 47405 kreskew@indiana.edu This year, the Indiana General Assembly offered up Senate Bill 101 (the Religious Freedom Restoration Act or “RFRA”), [1] a law ostensibly intended to protect Hoosiers from […]

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The Dreaded Pre-Tender Issue: Indiana Courts Should Reconsider Whether Pre-tender Costs are Recoverable

by Ryan T. Leagre (Attorney Profile) [i] Associate Plews Shadley Racher & Braun LLP 1346 N. Delaware St. Indianapolis, IN 46202-2415 (317) 637-0700 rleagre@psrb.com The ability of a policyholder to recover pre-tender costs is an evolving area of insurance coverage law. In Dreaded, Inc. v. St. Paul Guardian Insurance Company, the Indiana Supreme Court held […]

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Myths and Realities of GMO Labeling Initiatives

by Drake T. Land J.D. Candidate, 2015, Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law Indiana International & Comparative Law Review: Executive Articles Development Editor B.S., 2007, Ball State University; Muncie, Indiana dtland@umail.iu.edu Twitter (@draketland) LinkedIn Editor’s note: Mr. Land’s article was selected from submissions in the Indiana Law Review‘s first writing competition. Following the introduction […]

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Local Legislators and the Need for an Evidentiary Privilege

by Jonathan Hughes [1] (Attorney Profile) Bose McKinney & Evans, LLP 111 Monument Circle, Suite 2700 Indianapolis, IN 46204 (317) 684-5381 jhughes@boselaw.com “To preserve legislative independence, . . .‘legislators engaged in the sphere of legitimate legislative activity should be protected not only from the consequences of litigation’s results but also from the burden of defending themselves.’” [2]. “Private […]

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