Indiana Courts Begin Hearing Claims Against Insurers for Business Interruption Coverage Due to COVID-19

By: Melanie Kalmbach Since the COVID-19 pandemic initially shocked the world, there has been an influx of lawsuits filed by restaurants, stores, and other businesses against their insurers alleging coverage for lost “business income”, “extra expenses” and coverage for actions taken by a “civil… Read More >

A Hacker Accessed Our Company Information. What Do We Do Now?

By:  Marc A. W. Stearns Today, many transactions containing sensitive, personal information are completed electronically and companies sending and receiving this information are responsible for keeping it secure.    Fulfilling this responsibility can be difficult as companies are constantly being targeted by cybercriminals who seek… Read More >

New Rules of Litigation: Indiana Courts Implement E-Filing

By: William E. Kelley, Jr., Drewry Simmons Vornehm, LLP During my early days as a law clerk, I was tasked with researching property records at county courthouses by reviewing handwritten entries in large, oversized transfer books in the Auditor’s Office, where all real estate… Read More >