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Archive for March 13, 2019

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...

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New Overtime Requirements Announced by Labor Department

[caption id="attachment_11347" align="alignright" width="195"]Nicholas J. Golding, Labor and Employment Law Attorney, KDDK Nicholas J. G...

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Rent-to-Buy Lawsuit Heading to the Indiana Supreme Court

When seeking to monetize a real estate property, real estate owners often attempt to draft a “lease with option to purchase” contract, which provides the occupant with an option, but not an obligation, to purchase the real estate at the end of a defined term. Alternatively, real estate owners may de...

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Breaking: NLRB Overturns Its Previous Independent Contractor Standard

[caption id="attachment_11347" align="alignright" width="195"]Nicholas J. Golding, Labor and Employment Law Attorney, KDDK Nicholas J. G...

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Update: Partial Government Shutdown May Delay Pending Federal Court Matters

For businesses and/or individuals with matters pending in Federal Court, there may be an impact on scheduling matters with the Court due to the partial government shutdown.  If the party is the United States government, the impact of the shutdown will be determined by the United States Attorney offi...

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Dealing with Water Drainage Issues: Liability and Immunity

Water drainage problems are a common headache for many property owners.  Oftentimes, a landowner’s rights to improve their own land may come at the expense of a neighboring property owner.  If someone else has caused water to flood or improperly drain on your property, you may have a right to seek l...

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