2019 The Best Lawyers In America

Rothberg Logan & Warsco is very pleased to announce that Mark W. Baeverstad , Commercial Litigation, Medical Malpractice Law – Defendants & Personal Injury Litigation – Defendants, Michael T. Deam , Land Use & Zoning Law and Real Estate Law, Dennis F. Dykhuizen , Health Care Law, F. L. Dennis Logan , Banking and Finance Law, Edward L. Murphy, Jr. , Medical Malpractice Law – Defendants & Personal Injury Litigation – Defendants, Susan E. Trent , Bankruptcy and Creditor Debtor … Read More

New Employee – Aidana K. Adilov (Nurgaliyeva)

Aidana K. Adilov (Nurgaliyeva) has joined Rothberg Logan & Warsco LLP as Counsel for the firm bringing with her over 10 years of experience in business transactions, mergers & acquisitions and general corporate work – both, internationally and domestically.  Aidana graduated magna cum laude from the State University of New York – University at Buffalo Law School and has been … Read More

Legal Alert Expert Testimony No Longer Necessary for Proof of Informed Consent

Authored by Jason A. Scheele, Lauren R. Deitrich and Phillip W. Smith II The Seminal Case: Culbertson v. Mernitz In 1992, the Indiana Supreme Court addressed whether a "reasonably prudent physician" or "reasonably prudent patient" standard is controlling in medical malpractice cases concerning informed consent, and whether expert testimony is required to prove informed consent. The Culbertson majority adopted the "reasonably prudent physician" ... Read More

Legal Alert Consequences of the Failure to Maintain Medical Records

Authored by Andrew L. Palmison and Ashley M. Gilbert-Johnson THE STATUTE: INDIANA CODE § 16-39-7-1 Indiana law requires providers to furnish medical records to a patient upon request. Further, Indiana Code § 16-39-7-1(b) requires that healthcare providers “maintain the original health records or microfilms of the records for at least seven (7) years.” The statute goes on to state that a ... Read More

New Employee – Phillip W. Smith II

Phillip joins Rothberg as a Summer Associate after completing his BS in American Legal Studies/Environmental Engineering at the United States Military Academy (West Point).  Phil served in the military from 2011 – 2016 as, 2nd Lieutenant, 1st Lieutenant, Logistics Officer, Captain and, most recently, as a legal intern with the Department of Homeland Security.  Phil is preparing to enter his … Read More

Congratulations to Mike Deam!

Mike Deam was appointed by Governor Holcomb to serve on the Business Law Survey Commission.  You can read more about the Indiana Business Law Survey Commission by clicking here .

Legal Alert Should Your S Corp (or Pass Through) Now Convert to a C Corp?

Authored by Dennis F. Dykhuizen That question can be especially difficult now for closely-held, usually family businesses that are often structured as S corporations.  These entities, along with other pass-throughs such as limited liability companies and partnerships, flow their income through to their investors, who pay the tax. Because of the tax rate cut to 21 percent for C corporations ... Read More

2018 Indiana Super Lawyers & Rising Stars

Rothberg Logan & Warsco is very pleased to announce that Mark W. Baeverstad – PI Medical Malpractice: Defense, F. L. Dennis Logan – Business/Corporate, Edward L. Murphy, Jr. – PI Medical Malpractice: Defense, Jason A. Scheele – PI General: Defense, Theodore T. Storer – General Litigation, Susan E. Trent – Bankruptcy: Business, Thomas B. Trent – Real Estate, Mark A. Warsco – Bankruptcy: Business, and Cindy A. Wolfer – Estate Planning & Probate were selected for inclusion on the 2018 Indiana Super Lawyers list.  Only five percent of Indiana … Read More