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D. Michael Allen, a partner with Mallor | Grodner LLP, recently served as co-host for a panel discussion on contract and liability issues in the film industry at the inaugural Middle Coast Fest film festival in Bloomington. Mike addressed a diverse group of actors, directors, producers, crew, and film students on common issues in their […]

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Amy L. Stewart recently was honored for her completion of the year-long, prestigious International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP) Leadership Academy. The IACP is an international body including over 5,000 members from twenty-four countries. Its vision is to transform how conflict is resolved worldwide, through Collaborative Practice. Collaborative Practice is a dispute resolution process known best for its […]

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One of the attractions of an S-Corporation is the ability to reduce Federal Insurance Contributions Act (FICA) tax liability by classifying part of the individual taxpayer’s income as distributions rather than as wages. Wages are subject to FICA, while distributions are not. This is a benefit for the individual taxpayer and for the business because […]

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Katherine Harmon, a partner with Mallor | Grodner LLP, was recently interviewed for an article in the Indianapolis Star on same-sex divorce. Harmon is a Certified Family Law Specialist, as certified by the Family Law Certification Board of the Indiana State Bar Association. She focuses her practice primarily on family and matrimonial law matters. Harmon is […]

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Amy L. Stewart, a partner with Mallor | Grodner LLP, was quoted in a recent Indiana Lawyerarticle on collaborative law in Indiana. Stewart is a leader in collaborative law, particularly with regard to marital dissolution. She is primarily based out of the firm’s Indianapolis office, but routinely represents clients throughout Indiana. View the full article […]

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Finally, Some New Rules Without Expiration Dates. A new Playbook: Estate Planning After the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 and After Repeal of the Indiana Inheritance Tax Introduction and Background Prior to the enactment of the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 (the “Act”), the federal gift and estate tax laws (or “rules”) changed, […]

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