Category: Indiana

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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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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B&R Announces 7 Attorneys Selected as Super Lawyers & Rising Stars

We at Bunger & Robertson are honored to announce that seven of our lawyers have been selected as 2021 Super Lawyers and Rising Stars. This year’s recipients include Samuel Ardery (Top 10 Lawyers) (The Annual List: Alternative Dispute Resolution); Joseph O’Connor (Business/Corporate); William J. Beggs (Civil Litigation: Defense); James L. Whitlatch (Health Care); Brian R. Drummy…
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COVID-19 Vaccines Now Available to Hoosier Residents 70+

In addition to first responders and licensed/unlicensed healthcare workers, septuagenarians living in Indiana are now eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. For information about the vaccine and to register to receive it, you can visit the state government website: vaccine.coronavirus.in.gov. To register, you (or the person navigating the website on your behalf) will need to…
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