A poorly drafted contract increases the odds that a problem on a project or a problematic project itself may jeopardize the wellbeing of a contractor’s business. It is imperative that the contract is structured in a way that considers the future implications that a… Read More >
Congratulations to DSV Senior Associate Evan Norris who received the Outstanding Young Lawyer Award for 2022 by the Defense Trial Counsel of Indiana (DTCI) at this year’s annual conference.
Drewry Simmons Vornehm, LLP is pleased to announce that Barclay Wong, a Partner in the Health Care Services Group, was elected as a National Director on the Defense Research Institute (DRI) Board of Directors at the 2022 DRI Annual Meeting in Philadelphia. DRI is… Read More >
By: Barclay Wong The Indiana Board of Health Facility Administrators issues licenses for Indiana’s health facility administrators. All skilled nursing facilities must employ a health facility administrator as its leader. Health facility administrator licenses expire on August 31, 2022. Every licensed health facility administrator… Read More >
By: Alexander Trueblood Owners, developers, contractors, subcontractors, and others in the construction industry have become all too familiar with dramatic increases in the price of certain construction materials since the COVID-19 pandemic began disrupting global trade in early 2020. While the prices for many… Read More >
Apparent Agency Principles Addressed Again by the Indiana Supreme Court in Arrendale vs. American Imaging & MRI, LLC, et al. And How This Affects Non-Hospital Health Care Entities
By: Janet McSharar According to a recently issued Indiana Supreme Court decision, non-hospital health care entities will be held vicariously liable for the actions or inactions (negligence) of independent contractors and so the non-hospital health care entities should consider becoming qualified providers under the… Read More >
By: Jeffrey M. Kraft A few months ago, I discussed how forum-selection clauses in contracts (i.e., clauses whereby the parties agree that any legal action related to the contract must be brought in a specific jurisdiction and/or venue) are generally enforceable under Indiana law. … Read More >