DeFur Voran LLP announces the addition of its newest associate, Katherine J. Rice, to the firm’s Fishers office. Katherine graduated with a bachelor’s degree from Miami University of Ohio and she received her law degree from Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law (Indianapolis) in 2017. She will focus her practice on general litigation and worker’s compensation. Katie… Read more »
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DeFur Voran attorney Gregory J. Cagnassola has been appointed to the board of The Farmers Bank (click here).
Muncie-based DeFur Voran has announced the addition of four attorneys. The long-standing Millikan Law Office in New Castle has joined with DeFur Voran. Jim Millikan and the firm’s predecessors have performed the general practice of law in Henry County for decades. Jim has recently retired as Deputy Prosecutor and will continue his practice at 1315… Read more »
By Nicholas M. Tokar The Rule Changes Explained Beginning January 1, 2018, the IRS will begin implementing new tax rules directed at partnerships and LLC’s taxed as partnerships (which is most LLCs) as part of the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015. One of the main purposes of the new rules are for the IRS to… Read more »
DeFur Voran LLP received the 2017 Award from Construction Lawyers Society of America for its excellence in construction law. The firm was awarded for its knowledge, experience, and reputation of the firm’s Construction Practice Group and the entire firm. Awards are based upon independent research by the society and input of CLSA Fellows who sit… Read more »
On Thursday, August 17, Fishers Parks and Recreation hosted the Fishers Senior Expo. The Expo is a free, annual open house that provides an opportunity for local vendors to showcase their products and services and gives seniors and caregivers an opportunity to mingle with businesses who specialize in elder care. Members of DeFur Voran’s elder law group… Read more »
DeFur Voran attorney, Kelli Liggett, participates in a news story about the backlog in the immigration process. Watch it here. You can reach DeFur Voran’s Immigration Law Group at 317-576-8400 or here.
DeFur Voran’s David Brock has been voted Best Attorney in Henry County in the 2017 Reader’s Choice Awards for the fourth consecutive year. The Courier Times sponsors the Reader’s Choice Awards each year. Completed ballots are submitted to the newspaper by individuals and The Courier Times counts the ballots and announces the winners. Congratulations!