Well, after many years of complex litigation, the fighting is seemingly over. The attorneys at Gordon Etzler & Associates, LLP prevailed as a team to finally achieve the relief that our clients truly deserved. Vanderwoude and Koster v. First Midwest … Continue reading
According to the Indiana Court of Appeals, the malicious construction of fences is actionable in Indiana. According to David Gertz, et al. v. Douglas Estes, et al., No. 64A03-0909-CV-414, Indiana Code Section 36-26-10, et. seq. makes it actionable for a … Continue reading
In a story I wrote this past Sunday, Interstate Legal Battle Threatens Great Lakes Compact, so far Ohio and Wisconsin had joined in Michigan’s fight over Asian Carp infiltrating Lake Michigan through Chicago’s waterway system. Now it appears that not … Continue reading
Indiana Lawyer Article Two attorneys have been suspended by the Indiana Supreme Court for their representation of a client in a real estate contract in which one of the attorneys had a financial interest.
GRETCHEN MORGENSON, New York Times ColumnistFOR decades, when troubled homeowners and banks battled over delinquent mortgages, it wasn’t a contest. Homes went into foreclosure, and lenders took control of the property. On top of that, courts rubber-stamped the array of … Continue reading
WSBT Full News StoryST. JOSEPH COUNTY ? There is less than a month until St. Joe County property taxes are due, but military families whose spouses are on active duty can get a bit of a break if they can’t … Continue reading