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Below is the 2013 Indianapolis City-County Council Calendar. Be sure to tune in to watch the decisions that directly affect the daily lives of Indianapolis residents.

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KLF Legal proudly supports local music and it doesn’t get much better than this show. Come join us as we celebrate a new year with Margot and much more. Get your tickets now!

MOKB and Bearded Flower Productions are very proud to present:

A Nuclear New Year’s Eve!

Come spend NYE with Margot and The Nuclear So and So’s in addition to some of the best local and regional bands! Taking place within Deluxe at Amber Room, this year’s event will be our biggest and best by far. Located in the basement of the Murat Theatre/Old National Centre, these two beautiful and newly renovated venues will provide the backdrop for an unforgettable evening!

Margot and The Nuclear So and So’s have a new album, “Rot Gut, Domestic” coming out early in 2012, but they’ve partnered up with Bearded Flower to give all their fans a sneak peek! There will be an ultra limited release of 500 copies of a new 7″ for “Prozac Rock/Fingertips” that will be available for purchase at the show! Prozac Rock is the new single, and Fingertips is a non-album track that will only be available on this vinyl pressing.

Deluxe at Amber Room is unique new venue offering access to younger patrons (18+), and a full service bar for those of legal drinking age. Affordable drink specials, as well as some more refined options will be made available, including champagne. We have a full evening of amazing music to keep you enchanted all night long!

Our good friends at the Amber Room will be hosting a dance party of their own featuring DJ’s Slater Hogan, John Larner and special guests mixing up great beats all night long. Access to the Amber Room (21+), which is the venue adjacent to Deluxe, can be purchased on site. Please keep in mind that you must be at least 21 to enter Amber Room.

Tickets for this event are broken down into the following packages:

  • · $25 for standard admission (18+) [Does NOT include access to the Amber Room]
  • · $65 for the very limited VIP package (21+) [Includes access to a private bar, VIP entrance and table service, along with access to Amber Room]

Doors at 7:30pm/Show at 8:15pm, sharp! Lineup and set times are as follows:

8:15pm – Vacation Club

9:15pm – John Rambo & The Vietnam Wars

10:15pm – Memory Map (Bloomington, IN)

11:15pm – Margot and The Nuclear So and So’s

* A-Squared will be DJ-ing between and after all sets! *

PRESENTING SPONSORS:
Kolman Dental
KLF Legal
WTTS

MEDIA PARTNERS:
NUVO
Musical Family Tree
MOKB
Do317
A-Squared
Keepin’ It Deep
Indy CD & Vinyl

ARTIST CONCESSIONS:
Sun King Brewery

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Indianapolis Bar Association President-elect Mike Hebenstreit has announced the appointment/election of the Bar members that will serve as a Committee Chair in 2011.  Kenan Farrell will serve as 2011 Chair of the Sports and Entertainment Law Section and Past Chair of the Sole Practitioner/Small Firm Practice Section.

I look forward to working with the following outstanding attorneys:

Alternative Dispute Resolution Section
Elisabeth Edwards, Jocham Harden Dimick Jackson PC

Appellate Practice Section
Jane Dall Wilson, Baker & Daniels LLP

Business Law Section
E. Joseph Kremp III, Wooden & McLaughlin LLP

Commercial and Bankruptcy Section
Kevin P. Dempsey, U.S. Bankruptcy Court

Criminal Justice Section
Alexander P. Will, Office of Corporation Counsel

Environmental Law Section
Vicki J. Wright, Krieg DeVault LLP

Estate Planning and Administration Section
Christi R. Anderson, Bingham McHale LLP

Family Law Section
Alicia Gooden, The Mediation Group

Government Practice Section
Sue Beesley, Bingham McHale LLP

Health Care Section
Leeanne Coons, Krieg DeVault LLP

Intellectual Property Section
Marta Paul, Woodard Emhardt Moriarty McNett & Henry

Labor and Employment Law Section
Jeffrey B. Halbert, Stewart & Irwin PC

Law Student Division
Kristin B. Arthur, Indiana University School of Law-Indianapolis

Litigation Section
Stephanie L. Cassman, Lewis Wagner LLP

Real Estate & Land Use Section
David Duncan, Tabbert Hahn Earnest & Weddle LLP

Senior Counsel Division
The Hon. Robyn L. Moberly, Marion Superior Court

Sole Practitioner/Small Firm Practice Section
Jason Reyome, J. Reyome & A. Demos Counselors at Law

Sports and Entertainment Law Section
Kenan L. Farrell, KLF Legal

Taxation Section
Katrina Clingerman, Ice Miller LLP

Women and the Law Division
Germain Willett, Ice Miller LLP

Young Lawyers Division
Colleen Powers, Hall Render Killian Heath & Lyman LLP

Bar Leader Committee
The Hon. Robyn L. Moberly, Marion Superior Court

Bar Review Committee
Kelly Eskew, Clarian Health Partners Inc.

Bench Bar Committee
The Hon. Sheila Carlisle, Marion Superior Court

Diversity Job Fair Committee
Tamara McMillian, Flashpoint HR

Finance Committee
Jeffrey Abrams, Benesch/Dann Pecar

Grievance Committee
M. Kent Newton, Newton Becker Bouwkamp Pendoski,PC

Justice Center Task Force
John F. Kautzman, Ruckeslhaus Kautzman Blackwell Bemis & Hasbrook

Legal Services Advisory Committee
Jeff Meunier, Attorney at Law

Legislative Committee
The Hon. Heather Welch, Marion Superior Court

Membership Committee
Aubrey Kuchar, Kightlinger & Gray

Nominating Committee
George Plews, Plews Shadley Racher & Braun

Paralegal Committee
Jodie L. Bergeron, Bose McKinney & Evans LLP

Personnel Committee
Mike Hebenstreit, Whitham Hebenstreit & Zubek

Pro Bono Committee
Andrew Campbell, Baker & Daniels LLP

Professionalism Committee
The Hon. Tanya Walton Pratt, U.S. District Court

Source: Indiana Lawyer

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On November 10 the Indianapolis Bar Association will honor a group of lawyers who have practiced for 50 years. I’d like to throw in my word of congratulations…that’s quite a feat.

Congrats go to:

  • Orville H. Copsey Jr.
  • Clarence H. Doninger
  • Eugene E. Henn
  • Douglas J. Hill
  • Joseph A. Naughton, Jr.
  • Norman R. Newman
  • Gus Sacopulos

Source: The Indiana Lawyer

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The Indiana Arts Commission (IAC) and the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA) announced on June 29 that the Nonprofit Capacity Assessment for Indiana’s Arts and Culture Organizations report, a first of its kind, has been completed and is now available for review.

The report can be downloaded from the Indiana University website or the  IAC website.

In 2008, the IAC enlisted SPEA researchers to implement a survey to better understand the capacity building and technical assistance needs of Indiana arts and culture organizations.

“In order to address the growing number of capacity building and technical assistance requests the Arts Commission receives, we needed to collect information directly from our constituents,” said Lewis C. Ricci, executive director of the Indiana Arts Commission. “We surveyed approximately 1,800 organizations that have sought funding from the IAC or our regional arts partners since 2003.”

The original sample included both nonprofit and public/governmental organizations that provide arts and cultural activities, but excluded individual artists and for-profit organizations. Approximately 385 organizations completed the survey in full or in part.

SPEA Project Director Kirsten A. Grønbjerg says that financial resources pose the most challenges, followed by networking and advocacy, marketing, programs and planning, information technology, human resources, and operations and governance. Detailed analysis shows that across-the-board challenges are most severe for organizations whose entire mission is dedicated to arts and culture, those that rely extensively on volunteers, and/or those with board vacancies.

Source: Indiana University

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