Attorney Daniel Rey-Silva served as moderator on a panel at the Indiana Bar Foundation‘s Indiana Civil Legal Assistance Conference. Daniel, Jocelyn Alday, Alexander Limontes, Karla Lopez Owens, and Tabitha Villarrubia led the discussion on “Cultural Competence: The Challenges and Opportunities of Serving English as Second Language Clients”
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DeFur Voran is delighted to announce that Gus Pippin has joined the firm as an Associate Attorney in our Muncie office. Gus began his legal career as soon as he could drive, assisting a solo practitioner with offices in Muncie and Indianapolis with all stages of plaintiff’s personal injury litigation and Chapter 7 and Chapter… Read more »
When your clients are of diverse backgrounds, are nonnative English speakers and are often immigrants, how do you best serve their needs? Check out the latest issue of The Indiana Lawyer and hear from Karla Lopez-Owens and DeFur Voran Attorney S. Daniel Rey-Silva about The Challenges and Opportunities of Serving English as Second Language Clients
DeFur Voran is delighted to announce that Austin McDonald has joined the firm as an Associate Attorney in our Muncie office. Austin is a graduate of Ball State University (B.S cum laude 2018), the Indiana University Kelley School of Business (M.B.A. 2021), and the Robert H. McKinney School of Law (J.D. 2021). He primarily practices… Read more »
By Chase Howard, David Shelton, and Joseph Rhetts Indiana’s Expansion of Mechanic’s Lien Actions Under Service Steel Warehouse Co. v. United States Steel Corp. I. What is a Mechanic’s Lien? Codified under Indiana Code § 32-28-3-1 et seq., a mechanic’s lien is a valuable tool to help ensure that contractors, subcontractors, and laborers will… Read more »
Congratulations to Scott E. Shockley, Matt Kelsey, Jarryd Anglin, Kelli Liggett, and Daniel Rey-Silva who have been named to the Indiana Super Lawyers list for 2023. Super Lawyers is a rating service of outstanding attorneys from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high degree of professional achievement and peer recognition. The selection process is multi-phased and includes… Read more »
DeFur Voran is pleased to announce that Michael Heavilon joined the firm in its Fishers office on January 3, 2023. Michael is a graduate of Yorktown High School, Miami University (Ohio) (B.A. 2014) and the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law (J.D. 2018). He primarily practices in the areas of business and commercial… Read more »
By Michael Wilhelm and Elizabeth Bell What is a health care representative? A health care representative is a person authorized by an Advanced Directive to make healthcare decisions on behalf of another individual who is unable to make those decisions. This can include decisions and consents concerning medical treatment, hospitalization, and end-of-life care. Until recently,… Read more »