Legal Alert Making Demand on Guarantor

Authored By Reanna L. Carver and Jared C. Helge THE DILEMMA In commercial lending, requiring an individual to guaranty payment of the debt of the borrower is a common practice. Often the guaranty includes the guarantor’s waiver of certain rights such as: The right to receive notice of future advances to the borrower; The right to require the lender to ... Read More

2018 The Best Lawyers In America

Rothberg Logan & Warsco is very pleased to announce that Mark W. Baeverstad , Commercial Litigation, Medical Malpractice Law – Defense & Personal Injury Litigation – Defense, Dennis F. Dykhuizen , Health Care Law, F. L. Dennis Logan , Banking and Finance Law, Edward L. Murphy, Jr. , Medical Malpractice Law – Defense & Personal Injury Litigation – Defense, Thomas B. Trent , Banking and Finance Law, Commercial Transactions/UCC Law, Land Use and Zoning Law & Real … Read More

New Employee – Kyle P. Chambers

Rothberg Logan & Warsco welcomes Kyle Chambers to the team.  Upon completion of his final year of law school, Kyle will join the firm to assist with corporate, business and transaction matters.  We look forward to Kyle’s association next September! Kyle joined Rothberg as a Summer Associate after completing his BS in Finance; Entrepreneurship from Indiana University – Bloomington and … Read More

Legal Alert McKeen & Miller are in, K.D. is out! Plaintiffs May Raise New Theories After The Medical Review Panel

Authored By JASON A. SCHEELE and LAUREN R. DEITRICH THE SEMINAL CASE: Miller v. Memorial Hospital of South Bend, Inc. In 1997, the Indiana Supreme Court held that a plaintiff’s proposed complaint, which encompassed theories of negligence raised by the plaintiff after the Medical Review Panel, was sufficient to put the defendant on notice in state court actions. The court set ... Read More

Employee Surveillance in the Workplace: What You Should Know

Authored by Theodore T. Storer Knowing what your employees are up to is a normal concern for any small-business owner. With today’s advanced technology, it is easier than ever to monitor employees’ activities and to make sure they are doing what you pay them to do. For example, keystroke-monitoring software allows a business owner to know when employees are dutifully ... Read More

AV Preeminent® Rating from Martindale-Hubbell – Palmison

Andrew L. Palmison, partner with Rothberg Logan & Warsco, was recently awarded the AV Preeminent® Rating from Martindale-Hubbell®.  These Peer Review Ratings are an objective indicator of a lawyer's high ethical standards and professional ability, generated from evaluations of lawyers by other members of the bar and the judiciary in the United States and Canada.  AV Preeminent® is a significant ... Read More

Rothberg Represented at the Annual Meritas Meeting in Washington, D.C.

Partners Ted Storer and Jared Helge represented Rothberg at the Meritas annual meeting in Washington, D.C. on April 19-22, 2017. Meritas is an international group of business law firms.  As a member of Meritas, Rothberg has access to superior law firms in every state and almost every country in the world.  This allows your Rothberg lawyer to be your general ... Read More

Congratulations to Alex Platte – 2017 Forty Under 40

Congratulations to Alex Platte for being named to the Greater Fort Wayne/Business Weekly “Forty Under 40” Class for 2017. Please click here to see the full article which appeared in the special “Forty Under 40” edition of Business Weekly.

Congratulations to Cindy Wolfer!

Congratulations to Cindy Wolfer on being elected as a Fellow to The American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (ACTEC).   Established in 1949, ACTEC is a nonprofit association of 2,500 trust and estate lawyers peer-elected to membership based on substantial contributions to the field of trusts and estates law.  ACTEC offers technical comments about the law and its effective administration, ... Read More

Legal Alert Seventh Circuit Holds That Sexual Orientation is a Protected Classification for Employment Discrimination

Authored By THEODORE T. STORER New Rule in the Seventh Circuit for Employment Title VII protects discrimination based on a familiar list of categories "race, color, religion, sex, or national origin."  On April 4, an en banc panel of the Seventh Circuit held that sexual orientation is now protected as a subclass of discrimination based on sex.  "We hold ... Read More