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Cohen Speaking on Current Compensation Issues Facing Employers
Cohen Speaking on Current Compensation Issues Facing Employers
H. Joseph Cohen will be speaking at the November meeting of the Fort Wayne Chapter of Financial Executives International on current compensation issues facing employers.
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Barrett McNagny Welcomes New Attorneys
Barrett McNagny LLP is pleased to announce that F. Italia Patti and Scott E. Campbell have joined the firm. Ms. Patti will concentrate her practice in the area of litigation and Mr. Campbell in the areas of corporate and business law.
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Lunch & Workshop: Legal Help for Startups and Business Owners
Lunch & Workshop: Legal Help for Startups and Business Owners
John Barce and Tom Ludwiski will be presenting at Indiana Tech's Center for Creative Collaboration at a workshop for startups and business owners.
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Ramsey Authors Article "The Misadventures of the Traveling Employee"
Ramsey Authors Article "The Misadventures of the Traveling Employee"
William Ramsey authored an article titled "The Misadventures of the Traveling Employee" for the Defense Trial Counsel of Indiana and The Indiana Lawyer.
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​The Health Care Peer Review Process
​The Health Care Peer Review Process
Hospitals, physician groups, and medical offices of all sizes can (and should) use a peer review process to address and improve patient care.
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Stites Receives Vitality Award
Stites Receives Vitality Award
Anthony Stites was the recipient of the Vitality Award for the wellness category at McMillen Health's annual awards luncheon on October 11, 2017.
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A Business Can Be Found Guilty of Discrimination Even When the Same Person Who Hires an Employee Fires that Employee
A Business Can Be Found Guilty of Discrimination Even When the Same Person Who Hires an Employee Fires that Employee
When it comes to discrimination in the workplace, employers sometimes ask themselves, “How could a decision to fire an employee be biased when the same supervisor made the decision to hire the employee?”
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New I-9 Form Effective September 18, 2017
New I-9 Form Effective September 18, 2017
The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is requiring the use of a new I-9 Form effective September 18, 2017.
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Best Lawyers® in America Recognizes Attorneys
Barrett McNagny LLP is proud to announce that four firm attorneys were selected by their peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America® 2018 as “Lawyer of the Year” in their respective practice areas.
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Thresholds for State and Federal Employment Law Coverage
Thresholds for State and Federal Employment Law Coverage
Businesses must follow different state and federal employment laws based on the number of employees. This can be confusing, as different laws have different thresholds.
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Impermissible Reaffirmation Or New Guaranty?
Impermissible Reaffirmation Or New Guaranty?
The sole shareholder (“Shareholder”) of the Borrower signs a personal guaranty for his Company’s loan. Due to circumstances unrelated to the Company, the Shareholder files for bankruptcy, eventually receiving a Chapter 7 discharge.
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What Is a Patent?
A patent is a Constitutionally-authorized “deal” between inventors and the federal government. Congress is empowered to make laws to grant patents to inventors under Article I, section 8 of the U.S. Constitution.
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Yoder Interviewed for the Lasting Lawyer Legacy Project
Yoder Interviewed for the Lasting Lawyer Legacy Project
Thomas Yoder was interviewed for the Lasting Lawyer Legacy Project between the Allen County Public Library's Genealogy Center and the Allen County Bar Association.
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Cohen Quoted in Greater Fort Wayne Business Weekly
Cohen Quoted in Greater Fort Wayne Business Weekly
H. Joseph Cohen was quoted in an article in Greater Fort Wayne Business Weekly titled "Speech isn't entirely free; it could cost you your job".
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Ramsey to Present“Hot Topics for Indiana Lawyers”
Ramsey to Present“Hot Topics for Indiana Lawyers”
Barrett McNagny attorney William A. Ramsey will be speaking at the “Hot Topics for Indiana Lawyers” seminar presented by the Allen County Bar Association.
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Attorneys Recognized in Best Lawyers® in America 2018
Barrett McNagny LLP is proud to announce that eighteen firm attorneys were selected by their peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America® 2018 in their respective practice areas.
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Kevin Fitzharris Becomes a Registered Civil Mediator
Kevin Fitzharris Becomes a Registered Civil Mediator
​Barrett McNagny LLP is pleased to announce that K​evin K. Fitzharris, Esq. has become a registered civil mediator pursuant to the rules and regulations of the Indiana Commission for Continuing Legal Education.
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Recent Changes to the Intrastate Exemption for Sale of Securities
Recent Changes to the Intrastate Exemption for Sale of Securities
Securities are governed by a multi-layered framework of federal and state laws. When a security is sold, it must either be registered or be exempt from registration under federal and applicable state law.
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Gayed to be a Panelist at the Social & Marketing Breakfast Fort Wayne
Gayed to be a Panelist at the Social & Marketing Breakfast Fort Wayne
Patent attorney Jeremy N. Gayed will be a panelist at the Social & Marketing Breakfast on July 25, 2017 titled "Clearing Up Copyright Confusion".
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The Legislature Should Increase Sanctions Related to Qualified Settlement Offers
The Legislature Should Increase Sanctions Related to Qualified Settlement Offers
In Indiana, courts prefer parties to reach settlement resolutions instead of taking cases to trial. Doing so helps parties reduce litigation costs and increases efficiency in the courts by reducing the number of cases pending in the court system.
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