Providing Results-Oriented Legal Services Since 1908
Kahn, Dees, Donovan & Kahn, LLP, is an experienced full-service law firm in Evansville, Indiana, dedicated to effectively serving the legal needs of regional, national and international clients. Our philosophy of effective representation has earned us our reputation of providing results-oriented legal services with high levels of client satisfaction.
Our clients include privately-held and public companies, healthcare providers, professionals, financial institutions, manufacturers, universities, insurers, non-profit organizations, individuals, and trusts and estates. Relationships with our clients are highly-valued; and we strive to be long-term counselors and partners to successfully meet each client’s unique needs.
To achieve effective representation, we listen and understand the client’s long-term objectives, timelines and budgets, and utilize a collaborative, principled approach to resolve issues
Since our founding in 1908, clients have the assurance of our stability and know-how to deliver the highest quality legal services
Vested in the success of our clients and community, we are attuned to emerging legal issues, industry trends and economic indicators
Not Child’s Play: Mom to Serve Jail Time, Pay Attorney Fees for Violating Grandparent Visitation Order
In Indiana, maternal and paternal grandparents have the right to petition for visitation with their grandchildren in certain circumstances. The grandparents may seek visitation rights if: The child’s parent is deceased, The marriage of the child’s parents was dissolved in Indiana, or The ...Read More
The Department of Labor today unveiled new proposed changes to overtime pay requirements. The proposal, if adopted, will automatically allow workers who make less than $35,308 annually to be eligible for time-and-a-half pay for all hours worked above 40 a week. The current income threshold for...Read More
Illinois Supreme Court Finds Showing of Actual Damages Not Required to Recover Under State’s Biometric Information Privacy Act
The Illinois Supreme Court recently issued its controversial opinion in Rosenbach v. Six Flags, holding that a person is not required to allege or suffer an actual injury under the state’s Biometric Information Privacy Act (“BIPA”) in order to recover under the Act. Illinois adopted BIPA in 200...Read More
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