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Piercing the Corporate Veil Presentation
John Barce and Michael Michmerhuizen will present a one-hour continuing legal education course at the Allen County Bar Association titled “Piercing the Corporate Veil” in October.
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Ten Steps to Get Your Business Startup on Track
Ten Steps to Get Your Business Startup on Track
You have decided to start your own business. Now it is time to get down to the business of organizing your business. From the start, it is best to put in place processes and procedures to keep you focused. Here are ten steps to help set-up your business for success.
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Mortgagee Beware
Mortgagee Beware
In Indiana, a mortgage generally expires ten years after its maturity date – the date on which the last installment of the debt secured by the mortgage becomes due. However, when information respecting the maturity date is missing from the documents on file with the county recorder’s office, the time a mortgagee can bring a foreclosure action on the mortgage can be greatly reduced.
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Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals held, as a matter of first impression, that a secured creditor must file a proof of claim in a Chapter 13 bankruptcy no later than the deadline set by Bankruptcy Rule 3002(c) in order to be paid pursuant to a debtor's chapter 13 plan.
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Nonprofits Soon Required to File Biennially Instead of Annually
Nonprofits Soon Required to File Biennially Instead of Annually
Effective July 1, 2016, a nonprofit corporation will be required to file its business entity report (the "Report") with the Indiana Secretary of State biennially,
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A New Kind of Business: The Benefit Corporation
A New Kind of Business: The Benefit Corporation
The Indiana legislature created a new type of business in Indiana called a "benefit corporation." 
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