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10.20.2021

The Grass is Greener when it is Contained on Your Property

A common lawyer joke is that when you ask an attorney a question, the answer is typically, “it depends.” However, the Indiana Supreme Court removed all doubt as to whether

Written by Chuck Niblick

09.21.2021

Mastering the paper records to EHR migration

By now, most can agree that going electronic is a necessity of doing business, especially in the health care setting. Among other uses, electronic health records (“EHR”) often provide for

Written by Norris Cunningham, Angela Rinehart, John Myers

Photograph of Norris Cunningham. Norris is an attorney with Katz Korin Cunningham in Indianapolis and is the Chair of the Health Care Law Practice Group.

09.16.2021

Norris Cunningham Appointed to Co-Chair new Indiana Supreme Court Commission

Indiana Supreme Court launches Indiana Commission on Equity and Access in the Court System The Indiana Supreme Court has created an additional avenue to improving Hoosiers’ access to justice and

Written by The Indiana Lawyer

09.15.2021

Katz Korin Cunningham, DTCI launch Arsenal Tech initiative to get students interested in law

Norris Cunningham, a shareholder at Katz Korin Cunningham, returned to the classroom recently to introduce a group of high school students to the study of law and, he hopes, inspire

Written by Marilyn Odendahl, The Indiana Lawyer

08.23.2021

Drug diversion, a series: How to deal with it

In the first part of this series, we discussed drug diversion: what it is, how to prevent it and how to spot it. This column will focus on how to

Written by Norris Cunningham, Angela Rinehart, John Myers

08.19.2021

Seven Katz Korin Cunningham Business / Real Estate Attorneys Named to “2022 U.S. News Best Lawyers® in America”

Katz Korin Cunningham is pleased to announce that seven of their real estate attorneys have been named to the 2022 U.S. News Best Lawyers® in America. “It’s an incredible honor

08.19.2021

Nineteen Katz Korin Cunningham Attorneys Named to “2022 U.S. News Best Lawyers® in America”

Katz Korin Cunningham is pleased to announce that 19 of its attorneys have been named to the 2022 U. S News Best Lawyers® in America. “It’s a great honor to

08.16.2021

Attorney Stephanie Truchan Joins Katz Korin Cunningham

Katz Korin Cunningham is pleased to welcome attorney Stephanie Truchan to the Firm. Stephanie Truchan has joined Katz Korin Cunningham as a member of the business law / real estate

08.06.2021

Federal Court Finds New Way for Nursing Homes to be Sued for Violation of Residents’ Rights

On July 27, 2021, the 7th Circuit decided an important question of law in the case of Talevski v. Health and Hospital Corporation, et al., No. 20-1664. This decision is

Written by Norris Cunningham, Kathryn 'Katie' Cordell, Angela Rinehart

07.19.2021

Drug diversion, a series: How to prevent and spot it

Drug diversion occurs when prescription medicines are obtained or used illegally. While diversion has always been a concern, without question, COVID-19 certainly increased personal stress and pressure on workers in

Written by Norris Cunningham, Angela Rinehart

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Photograph of Norris Cunningham. Norris is an attorney with Katz Korin Cunningham in Indianapolis and is the Chair of the Health Care Law Practice Group.

09.16.2021

Norris Cunningham Appointed to Co-Chair new Indiana Supreme Court Commission

Indiana Supreme Court launches Indiana Commission on Equity and Access in the Court System The Indiana Supreme Court has created an additional avenue to improving Hoosiers’ access to justice and

Written by The Indiana Lawyer

09.15.2021

Katz Korin Cunningham, DTCI launch Arsenal Tech initiative to get students interested in law

Norris Cunningham, a shareholder at Katz Korin Cunningham, returned to the classroom recently to introduce a group of high school students to the study of law and, he hopes, inspire

Written by Marilyn Odendahl, The Indiana Lawyer

08.19.2021

Seven Katz Korin Cunningham Business / Real Estate Attorneys Named to “2022 U.S. News Best Lawyers® in America”

Katz Korin Cunningham is pleased to announce that seven of their real estate attorneys have been named to the 2022 U.S. News Best Lawyers® in America. “It’s an incredible honor

08.19.2021

Nineteen Katz Korin Cunningham Attorneys Named to “2022 U.S. News Best Lawyers® in America”

Katz Korin Cunningham is pleased to announce that 19 of its attorneys have been named to the 2022 U. S News Best Lawyers® in America. “It’s a great honor to

08.16.2021

Attorney Stephanie Truchan Joins Katz Korin Cunningham

Katz Korin Cunningham is pleased to welcome attorney Stephanie Truchan to the Firm. Stephanie Truchan has joined Katz Korin Cunningham as a member of the business law / real estate

06.21.2021

Attorney Nathan Pagryzinski Joins Katz Korin Cunningham

Nathan Pagryzinski has joined Katz Korin Cunningham as a member of the health care litigation practice group. Nathan focuses his practice on the defense of hospitals, physician groups, doctors, nurses

06.14.2021

Attorney Justin McGiffen Joins Katz Korin Cunningham

Justin McGiffen has joined Katz Korin Cunningham as a member of the business litigation practice group. Justin focuses his practice on a variety of business and business litigation areas including

Photograph of Norris Cunningham. Norris is an attorney with Katz Korin Cunningham in Indianapolis and is the Chair of the Health Care Law Practice Group.

05.04.2021

Norris Cunningham Accepted to International Association of Defense Counsel

Mr. Cunningham leads the firm’s Health Care Practice Group. He concentrates his practice in health-care dispute resolution including trial practice, regulatory advocacy, commercial litigation and arbitration. Mr. Cunningham has been

Photograph of Kathryn Watson. Kathryn is an attorney with the Indianapolis Law Firm of Katz Korin Cunningham. She focuses her practice on environmental law and is a part of the business law and litigation practice group.

04.28.2021

Indianapolis attorney’s leap to classroom highlights role, value of adjunct law faculty

This article first appeared in The Indiana Lawyer April 28, 2021 Environmental attorney Kathryn Watson was already scheduled to be a guest speaker in the clean air law class during

Written by Marilyn Odendahl

04.13.2021

Attorney Erika Steuerwald Joins Katz Korin Cunningham

INDIANAPOLIS – Katz Korin Cunningham welcomes attorney Erika Steuerwald to the Firm. Erika Steuerwald has joined Katz Korin Cunningham as a member of the health care litigation practice group. Erika

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10.20.2021

The Grass is Greener when it is Contained on Your Property

A common lawyer joke is that when you ask an attorney a question, the answer is typically, “it depends.” However, the Indiana Supreme Court removed all doubt as to whether

Written by Chuck Niblick

09.21.2021

Mastering the paper records to EHR migration

By now, most can agree that going electronic is a necessity of doing business, especially in the health care setting. Among other uses, electronic health records (“EHR”) often provide for

Written by Norris Cunningham, Angela Rinehart, John Myers

08.23.2021

Drug diversion, a series: How to deal with it

In the first part of this series, we discussed drug diversion: what it is, how to prevent it and how to spot it. This column will focus on how to

Written by Norris Cunningham, Angela Rinehart, John Myers

08.06.2021

Federal Court Finds New Way for Nursing Homes to be Sued for Violation of Residents’ Rights

On July 27, 2021, the 7th Circuit decided an important question of law in the case of Talevski v. Health and Hospital Corporation, et al., No. 20-1664. This decision is

Written by Norris Cunningham, Kathryn 'Katie' Cordell, Angela Rinehart

07.19.2021

Drug diversion, a series: How to prevent and spot it

Drug diversion occurs when prescription medicines are obtained or used illegally. While diversion has always been a concern, without question, COVID-19 certainly increased personal stress and pressure on workers in

Written by Norris Cunningham, Angela Rinehart

06.22.2021

Cultural competency is integral to quality care

The country is changing, and fast. Studies show that racial and ethnic minorities account for most, if not all, of the country’s population growth as of late. “Nationally, the U.S

Written by Norris Cunningham, Angela Rinehart

05.19.2021

One interview away from infection control CMPs?

With the roll out of vaccines and slowing rates of COVID-19 infections, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services has not shifted its survey focus away from infection control. Instead

Written by Norris Cunningham, Kathryn 'Katie' Cordell

05.05.2021

Court of Appeals Limits Medical Malpractice Third Party Indemnity Claims

Many hospitals often enter into exclusive contracts with specialty groups such as pathologists, labs, radiologists, hospitalists, ED physicians, and anesthesiologists to provide care at the hospital. Often when your hospital

Written by Kathryn 'Katie' Cordell, Christopher L. Riegler

04.20.2021

Vaccine mandates are legal, but not without their own risks

With the federal Pharmacy Partnership for Long-Term Care Program now complete, responsibility for COVID-19 vaccinations of new residents and staff has shifted to the long-term care facilities themselves. This leaves

Written by Norris Cunningham, Angela Rinehart

03.29.2021

CMS Update Guidance for Visitation for Long Term Care Facilities

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) issued new guidance for visitation at long-term care facilities on March 10, 2021. In March 2020, at the start of the COVID-1

Written by Angela Rinehart

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