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Bunger & Robertson Celebrates 30 Year Chamber Membership

Bunger & Robertson recently celebrated its 30th year as a Bloomington Chamber of Commerce Member!  We are honored to be a part of such a wonderful organization.  The Chamber has offered us many networking opportunities, chances to hear enticing guest speakers, and just an overall feeling of community involvement over the years. We are currently…
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Bunger & Robertson has Moved

The attorneys and staff of Bunger & Robertson are happy to announce the completion of the move into their new office, located at 211 South College Avenue in Bloomington, Indiana. The newly renovated office provides an inviting atmosphere for client meetings and mediations alike. Complementary parking for clients and guests adjoins Bunger & Robertson’s new…
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The Estate Planning Process

  The COVID-19 pandemic has upended lives and livelihoods all over the world and has generated a great amount of uncertainty in the process. While our worlds slowly open back up, it is a great time to think about estate planning. Estate planning is the process through which you make legal decisions about the disposition…
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Federal Court Expands Access to Indiana Liquor Licenses

  This week, the Federal District Court for Southern Indiana issued a permanent injunction against Ind. Code § 7.1-3-21-5(a). This law prohibited possession of an Indiana alcoholic beverage retailer’s permit by Limited Liability Companies (“LLCs”) that contained more than 40% out-of-state ownership.  There was an exception found in Ind. Code § 7.1-3-21-6(a)(10)(B)(i) that allowed out-of-state…
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Limited Liability Companies: The Building Blocks

  Thinking about starting a business? Limited liability companies (LLCs) are one of the most used entity-types today due to their relatively straightforward formation requirements, flexibility, and protection from personal liability. Here are a few characteristics that distinguish LLCs from other entity-types: Articles of Organization Every LLC must file its Articles of Organization with the…
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Bunger & Robertson is on the Move!

  Bunger & Robertson is excited to announce that it will be moving to a new location in 2021. Renovations are underway on the new office, which is located at the Northeast corner of College and Third Streets in Bloomington. Throughout Bloomington’s history, the building has been occupied by a service station, car dealerships, and…
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Indiana Governor Signs COVID-19 Immunity Legislation

  On February 18, 2021, Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb signed Senate Bill 1 into law. This legislation provides immunity from damages to individuals and businesses for damages arising from COVID-19. The legislation, however, does not provide protection for individuals or businesses whose acts or omissions constitute gross negligence or willful or wanton misconduct. This law…
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Bunger & Robertson Welcomes Bailey Anstead – March 15, 2021

Bunger & Robertson is excited to welcome Bailey Anstead to our Legal Team.  Bailey will be starting with the firm as an associate attorney on March 15th, 2021. A Bloomington native, Bailey is dedicated to serving the legal needs of her community. Bailey works primarily in the areas of business services, real estate, and transactional…
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Public Charge Rule Dismissed by the Supreme Court

  On March 9, 2021 the Biden Administration dismissed their petition before the US Supreme Court to defend the “public charge rule.” The public charge rule was a Trump-era regulation that would make it very difficult for immigrants to obtain permanent residence if they had used public benefits, had a low income, and/or a limited…
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