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The attorneys and staff at Mallor Grodner have always put our clients’ needs and best interests at the forefront. That has not changed. In fact, it is especially true during the uncertain, difficult time we are all experiencing in the fight to curb the rise of the coronavirus.Many of our team members began working remotely […]

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On March 11, 2021, President Biden signed the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) into law which became effective on April 1, 2021. The ARPA contains key provisions impacting employers and employees. We have set forth a few questions and answers below regarding some of these specific issues. Please keep in mind that guidance governing these […]

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Anne Hamilton Curry, a partner with Mallor Grodner LLP, was guest speaker at a webinar hosted by Independent Living for Adults with Developmental/Intellectual Disabilities (“ILADD”), on February 10, 2021. Anne’s presentation was entitled “Understanding the Available Options of Assistance for Adults with Disabilities: Guardianship and Less Restrictive Alternatives.” ILADD, Inc. was formed in 2019 to […]

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Through the 2021 Consolidated Appropriations Act, which has been passed by Congress on December 21, 2020, and signed by the President on December 27, 2020, additional funding was provided for the Paycheck Protection Program (the “PPP”), in addition to providing other changes to the framework for PPP loans. Second Draw Loans The new bill provides […]

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Mallor Grodner attorney Tim Sledd served as Chair of the Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum’s live webcast, “Challenges in Family Law,” on December 16, 2020. Faculty members included Magistrates Andrew Bloch and Marie Kern, along with Michael Jenuwine, J.D., Ph.D., and attorneys Jaimie L. Cairns and Andrew Bartelt. Topics presented by these faculty members included […]

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Mallor Grodner LLP attorneys Colleen M. Newbill and D. Michael Allen, collaborating with Indiana University School of Law professor Joseph A. Tomain, recently represented the Electronic Frontier Foundation to defend important privacy rights concerning cybersecurity research. The case involved an attempt by the Russian financial firm Alfa Bank to unmask anonymous cybersecurity researchers who reported […]

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