It’s likely worth a double check, and it may be as simple as which form endorsement your policy includes. Most contractors have a standard practice
The United States Department of Labor has announced plans to update the Fair Labor Standards Act regulations that set a salary threshold below which employees
Every 10 years or so, the American Institute of Architects updates its primary contracting forms. Years ending in a “7” are especially noteworthy because that
To quote the Indiana Supreme Court in a 2017 decision, “Indiana has a longstanding legal presumption . . . that spouses owning real property hold
Indiana courts must shift attorneys’ fees to prevailing parties in mechanic’s-liens-foreclosure actions. Prior to the Indiana Supreme Court’s recent decision in Goodrich Quality Theaters, Inc.
Can the Property Manager of a Retail Center Be Liable For Injuries Resulting from the Acts of Intoxicated Customers?
The Indiana Court of Appeals recently decided a case involving premises liability in which the plaintiff sought to extend liability to the property manager of