By: Tyler S. Lemen In March, Governor Holcomb signed the House Enrolled Act 1007. This legislation is meant to help curb the effects of the opioid crisis with a focus on expanding opioid treatment programs. It also provides new protection for companies with employees… Read More >
Opioid Crisis Spurs Lawmakers to Provide New Employer Protections: What Does It Mean for Your Business?
By: Melanie Dunajeski Immigration and Customs Enforcement recently announced that they are increasing Form I-9 audits—and the evidence suggests that is already under way, with employers facing a four-fold increase in the likelihood that their I-9 records will be audited. Sure, the audits are… Read More >
Drewry Simmons Vornehm’s Health Care Services Group stays at the forefront of health care law. They are very involved in the Defense Research Institute (DRI) which is the leading organization of defense attorneys and in-house counsel. DRI is host to 30 substantive committees whose… Read More >
Indiana Court of Appeals Issues Opinion Further Defining When a Property Owner Owes a Duty to Patrons for Criminal Acts Occurring on its Property
By Sean T. Devenney The Indiana Court of Appeals recently issued an opinion helping to define when a business owner owes a legal duty to protect patrons from a third-party’s criminal act. In Hamilton v. Steak ‘n Shake Operations, Inc. 82 N.E.3d 1166 (Ind…. Read More >