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Kathryn Cordell and Christina Essex present Nursing Home Malpractice webinar

Katz Korin Cunningham attorneys, Kathryn Cordell and Christina Essex, will present a Nursing Home Malpractice webinar for the National Business Institute on Sept. 27. Given today’s aging population and the explosive growth of the nursing home/long-term care facility industry, attorneys are expanding their practices to include nursing home malpractice. In addition to attorneys, it is expected that nursing home administrators as well as medical and insurance professionals will find this seminar helpful. This continuing education seminar is designed to provide valuable information and insight without providing state-specific details. Kathryn “Katie” Cordell focuses her practice in the areas of health care law, regulatory and administrative law issues involving health care providers, […]

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Kazmierczak and Korin Author Practical Law Practice Note on Arbitration for Thomson Reuters

Kris Kazmierczak and Offer Korin, attorneys with Katz Korin Cunningham, have co-authored a Thomson Reuters Practice Note entitled “Enforcing Arbitration Awards in Indiana.” The Practice Note is a summary reference guide detailing how to enforce arbitration awards in Indiana and federal courts. It details the procedure for confirming as well as the grounds for challenging an arbitration award in Indiana. The article includes handy citations to relevant statues and relevant case law (both state and federal) and provides an overview of the procedures for vacating, modifying, correcting or appealing an arbitration award. CLICK HERE to read the Practice Note.

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Brinkerhoff and Blackwell co-author DTCI article for Indiana Lawyer

Two of Katz Korin Cunningham’s attorneys, BJ Brinkerhoff and Alexandra Blackwell, co-authored an article in this week’s Indiana Lawyer entitled “DTCI: Catch It While You Can — Pursuing a Prejudgment Attachment.” Learn more about the Indiana law that provides an underused opportunity to earn protection and security for your clients when faced with the uncertainty of whether a case is worth pursuing for fear little or no recovery. Read the full story in The Indiana Lawyer.

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Kazmierczak authors article highlighting attorney’s pro bono hospice work

Katz Korin Cunningham attorney, Kris Kazmierczak, a member of the Indianapolis Bar Association Pro Bono Committee authored an article in this week’s Indiana Lawyer sharing the rewarding experience one attorney is having through her pro bono work with the IndyBar’s Hospice Program. Read the full story in The Indiana Lawyer

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Norris Cunningham Guests on Inside Indiana Business This Weekend

Norris Cunningham is an “INsider” and makes an appearance on this weekend’s edition of Inside INdiana Business. The show airs tonight, August 16th at 7:30 on WFYI and Sunday, August 18th at 11 a.m. on WTHR-TV. Or, watch online this Sunday, August 18th at 11 a.m. at www.insideindianabusiness.com Be sure to tune is as they discuss a wide range of topics from academia to Amazon®.

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Cunningham and Essex Author Arbitration Practice Note for Thompson Reuters

Norris Cunningham and Christina Essex have co-authored a Thomson Reuters Practice Note entitled “Compelling and Staying Arbitration in Indiana” which explains how to request judicial assistance in Indiana state court to compel or stay arbitration. It describes the issues counsel must consider before seeking judicial assistance and explains the steps counsel must take to obtain a court order compelling or staying arbitration in Indiana. Click Here to Read the Practice Note.

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Five Katz Korin Cunningham Attorneys Named to “2020 Best Lawyers® in America”

Katz Korin Cunningham (KKC), is pleased to announce that five of its attorneys have been named to the 2020 Best Lawyers® in America listing. Norris Cunningham, a Co-Founding Shareholder with Katz Korin Cunningham who focuses on Health Care law and Litigation is named to the 2020 Best Lawyers® in America for his work in “litigation – health care.’ Norris has been recognized by Indiana Super Lawyers® annually since 2018, by Best Lawyers® in America each year since 2017, named to America’s Top 100 High Stakes Litigators for 2018 & 2019, National Black Lawyers Top 100 for 2018 & 2019 and a 2019 “Distinguished Barrister” by the Indianapolis Business Journal. Jeffrey […]

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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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