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July / August 2018

Volume 21, Number 4

FEATURES

Benefits of Experience
The current leader of a nearly 200-year-old Vincennes firm (Kolb Roellgen & Kirchoff) and an Auburn woman (Phyllis Gratz Poff) who has been practicing law since 1953 share history and highlights. While many factors change over the years, a few remain the same. [Full story]

I Can See What, Where?
Hamilton County features fast-growing cities with well-known amenities and destinations. On the Road Trip Treasures series, you will experience a unique museum, award-winning bakery, model train adventure and historic jail. [Full story]

Series Sponsor: Grand Wayne Convention Center

Taking a Fork in the Road
Schurz Communications, as the name implies, has a history – a long one – of media-related operations. The family-owned company is adapting to the times, diversifying its portfolio and entering a new world of connectivity. [Full story]

FURTHERMORE

INDIANA VISION 2025: SUPERIOR INFRASTRUCTURE

  • Direct Connection: Flight from Indianapolis to Paris, with its numerous links to additional destinations, changes the course of business (and personal) travel for Hoosiers.
  • Progress and Grades: An update on the Indiana Vision 2025 driver reveals steps forward, including a comprehensive road funding plan, and additional challenges.
  • Air Concern: Add pilots to the long list of occupations where a lack of qualified personnel threatens future growth. Republic Airways seeks to change that formula.
  • Member Spotlight: Cascade Asset Management helps ensure that sensitive information is protected and electronic devices are disposed of properly.
  • Quick Hits: Solar project financing; new report on energy demand; bringing together the defense entities.

LEGALLY SPEAKING

  • Roundtable discussion: Three firm leaders look at changes in the profession, dealing with new challenges, raised expectations and much more.
  • Young professionals: Education preparation and on-the-job learning propel newcomers, plus a look at trends in law school enrollment.
  • Technology impacts: Artificial intelligence, blockchain and other new business issues affect lawyers – both externally and within the firm.
  • Part of the community: Lawyers in smaller cities and towns remain flexible, do whatever it takes to help serve their friends and clients.
  • Easy math: Seven lawyers + three questions each = 21 answers on top cases, most interesting part of the job and what you would do if not an attorney.

All About the Workers

Press-Seal Corporation utilizes new approaches to both “make manufacturing cool again” and appeal to the workforce of the future. [Full story]

DEPARTMENTS

President’s Message

Tweet Street

Letter to the Editor

 Go To It

In Pictures
Board of directors meeting

Guest Column
Social impact investing

Business Resources

Found Elsewhere
Law school numbers

Featured Video

Editorial Calendar

November/December 2018

Annual Award Winners
Chamber Member Recognition
Series: Road Trip Treasures (Indiana destinations)

January/February 2019

Special Edition: Innovation, Technology and Indiana’s Business Future
Indiana Workforce Recovery (Series: Battling the opioid epidemic in the workplace)
Indiana Icons (Series: Historical companies, business leaders)

March/April 2019

Education/Workforce
Indiana Vision 2025: Outstanding Talent
Indiana Workforce Recovery (Series: Battling the opioid epidemic in the workplace)
Indiana Icons (Series: Historical companies, business leaders)

Full Calendar

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