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Amy Stewart recently was recognized in the Indiana State Bar Association’s (ISBA’s) “Family Matters” publication for leading a statewide discussion regarding Indiana’s child relocation statute (I.C. 31-17-2.2) and whether potential changes should be considered to that law. Stewart, a member of Mallor Grodner’s family law team, also is a member of the ISBA’s Family and […]

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Kathryn M. Cimera, an attorney with the law firm of Mallor Grodner LLP, served as faculty member for a National Business Institute seminar, Human Resource Law from A to Z, held June 5-6, in Indianapolis. Her presentation, entitled “Workplace Privacy and Employee Monitoring,” focused on workplace searches, from desks to smartphones, keeping tabs on workplace […]

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Jenna Heavner, an attorney in Mallor Grodner LLP’s family law division, recently completed the comprehensive two-day training in Collaborative Practice provided by a partnership between the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP) and the Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum (ICLEF), in Indianapolis. Taught by a highly experienced interdisciplinary team, the training focused on the skill […]

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Jenna Heavner and Katherine Harmon participated in the Indianapolis Bar Association’s Continuing Legal Education Seminar entitled “Control the Chaos: Criminal Issues within a Family Law Context.” The seminar, held on May 9, 2018, featured presentations by a Marion Superior Court Magistrate who hears both family and criminal law cases and two seasoned Indianapolis family law […]

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