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Four women file lawsuit against Curtis Hill. Here’s what it says about Indiana lawmakers.

Four women who allege Attorney General Curtis Hill inappropriately touched them at a party last year have filed a federal lawsuit against both Hill and the state of Indiana, alleging sexual harassment, gender discrimination and retaliation. Their lawsuit lays out new claims of how other lawmakers from both sides of the aisle acted in the presence of Hill’s accusers, after the allegations became public. It calls the legislators’ reactions “negative, uncomfortable or inappropriate.” “They’ve been mocked and ridiculed by their colleagues,” said Hannah Kaufman Joseph, an attorney for the women. “They’ve been the subject of very negative reactions by both legislative members, lawmakers themselves and the staff.” Read the full story in the Indianapolis Star

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Hill accusers describe ‘retaliatory hostile work environment’ in federal complaint

Things have been different at the Indiana Statehouse over the last year for the four women who publicly accused Attorney General Curtis Hill of drunkenly groping them at a party in March 2018. In court filings and in public comments made Tuesday, Democratic Rep. Mara Candelaria Reardon, her legislative aide Samantha Lozano, Niki DaSilva, a legislative aide for Senate Republicans, and Gabrielle McLemore, communications director for the Senate Democrats, described what they say has become a “retaliatory hostile work environment” for them at the Statehouse. The four women raised the retaliation claim, as well as other sexual harassment-related claims, in an 11-count complaint filed against Hill and the state of […]

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Many law firm merger calls, little interest

With nearly three dozen attorneys and a practice portfolio that spans health care, litigation, business and real estate, Katz Korin Cunningham in Indianapolis would seem to be a prime target for larger firms looking for merger opportunities. Managing partner Michael Gabovitch confirmed KKC has been approached as mostly regional firms have inquired if the firm has any interest in combining offices or being acquired. However, Gabovitch said, his answer is always the same — “unequivocally no.” The firm, Gabovitch said, equates a merger with giving up some of its freedom. Rather than being controlled by a firm in another state, KKC wants to make its own decisions in-house, take care […]

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Norris Cunningham Appears on Inside Indiana INsiders Panel

Norris Cunningham’s March 28, 2019 appearance on Inside Indiana Business INsiders panel.  #IIBTV

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Norris Cunningham selected as 2019 Distinguished Barrister

Congratulations to Norris Cunningham for being selected as an Indiana Lawyer Distinguished Barrister for 2019.

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Katz Korin Cunningham Adds to Firm

Katz Korin Cunningham has added two shareholders and five additional attorneys. Shareholder Tim Hurlbut (pictured) is a transaction lawyer and focuses on commercial finance, commercial real estate and business transactions. He assists financial institutions to structure, investigate, document and close commercial loans, as well as acts as outside “general counsel”. Hurlbut frequently advises banks as to the best means to restructure loans in order to maximize recovery and reduce risk. He also has an extensive background in representing both business and commercial real estate clients.       Shareholder Brock Jordan (pictured) joins the firm as a commercial litigator, representing financial institutions and other business enterprises in both state and federal courts across the country. He […]

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Katz Korin Cunningham is proud to announce attorneys named 2019 Indiana Super Lawyers and Rising Stars

Katz Korin Cunningham is proud to announce that 9 of its attorneys have been named 2019 Indiana Super Lawyers and 2 of its attorneys have been named 2019 Rising Stars. Katz Korin Cunningham attorneys included in the 2019 Indiana Super Lawyers include: BJ Brinkerhoff James Brauer Norris Cunningham Michael Gabovitch Kimberly Jeselskis Hannah Joseph Kristopher Kazmierczak Offer Korin Sally Zweig Katz Korin Cunningham attorneys included in the 2019 Indiana Rising Stars include: Christina Essex John Higgins Katz Korin Cunningham also congratulates attorneys recognized on the 2019 Top Lists: Kimberly Jeselskis Top 25 Indiana Lawyers Super Lawyers selects attorneys using a patented multiphase selection process. Peer nominations and evaluations are combined […]

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IU McKinney’s Lawrence Jegen leaves legacy of teaching

Lawrence Jegen III, longtime professor at Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law, built a national reputation as one of the foremost experts in tax law, offering his insight to lawyers, accountants, elected officials and the Internal Revenue Service, but he spent much of his professional life in the place he most loved — the classroom. … Ronald Katz, co-founding partner of Katz Korin Cunningham, enrolled in IU McKinney after completing a bachelor’s degree in accounting. Katz said Jegen not only taught him about the creativity and work ethic required to practice law, but also made him better than what he thought he could be. Katz also came to […]

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Court celebrates Indiana community in marking Black History Month

Tucked in the far southwestern corner of the Hoosier state, a tiny community not big enough to be considered a town has quietly spent the last 175 years advocating for the advancement of black Indiana residents. Lyles Station, an unincorporated community along the Patoka River in Gibson County, is long past its heyday of 800 residents working their farms, practicing their trades and educating their children. But as the only historic rural black settlement still standing in Indiana, the remaining Lyles Station residents have dedicated their lives to preserving the legacy of their ancestors. … To attract more minorities into the legal profession, particularly the judiciary, young people need to […]

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Law offers varied answers to sexual harassment questions

Reports of high-profile men in media, entertainment and politics making lewd comments, groping women and worse have dominated headlines for months. The “#MeToo” social media movement brought forth a flood of sexual harassment accusations — some by men, but most by women — in nearly every industry. … While instances of quid pro quo harassment do occur, hostile work environment claims are more common, said Kim Jeselskis, an employment law attorney with Katz Korin Cunningham. Hostile work environment situations don’t necessarily end in a tangible employment action, but instead negatively impact an employee’s ability to work due to inappropriate comments or conduct, Jeselskis said. To read the full story in […]

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