Indiana Legislation: What’s Changed in 2020?

As we enter a new decade, a diverse range of new state and federal laws is now being enforced. Earlier this year, 167 new state laws were approved by the Indiana House and Senate and signed by Gov. Eric Holcomb during the 2020 legislative session. Most of the new statutes enacted by the Republican chief…

0November 10, 2020November 10, 2020

5 Questions to Ask Your Lawyer Before Launching A Startup

Starting a business can equally be exciting and daunting for some.  As a new business owner, you probably have a lot of questions right now, including the legal ramifications involved. TCMSC’s commercial lawyers in Crawfordsville has the answers and can help you navigate the complex world of business. Here are five questions you need to…

0September 29, 2020September 29, 2020

Felonies Loosely Defined

We hear a lot of talk about felonies and misdemeanors these days and some of you may be wondering what makes up the difference between these terms. Let’s take a quick look at some of the disparities. What is a felony? In general, felonies are the most serious crimes that are committed by individuals, and…

0September 20, 2020September 20, 2020

DUI Representation: We can help!

If you made a bad decision to drive under the influence and end up getting charged with a DUI violation, contact us to preserve your legal rights in this unfortunate situation. We can help mitigate the situation and reduce the negative outcomes that could result if you tackled this issue on your own. Following is…

0August 22, 2020September 20, 2020

Mitchell Ray Selected as one of Top 40 Under 40 National Trial Lawyers

Taylor, Chadd, Minnette, Schneider & Clutter Law is proud to announce that Mitchell Ray of the Greenwood area office was recently honored as a member of the Top 40 Under 40 lawyers in Indiana by the National Trial Lawyers Organization. The National Trial Lawyers: Top 40 Under 40 is a professional organization comprised of America’s…

0August 19, 2020September 20, 2020

US Property Ownership Primer

US Property Ownership Primer We hear a lot of argumentative voices about our constitutional rights these days with respect to such things as freedom of speech, the right to bear arms, the right to protest, etc., but we hear little about our right to own property. Just for fun, let’s briefly explore who really “owns”…

0May 15, 2020May 15, 2020

Staying Vigilant in Difficult Times

Staying Vigilant in Difficult Times By now, anyone who is reading this blog understands that the world is dealing with a situation unparalleled in recent history – a worldwide pandemic driven by a Coronavirus strain known as COVID 19. In these uncertain times, unsubstantiated fear and panic sometimes lead people to make rash or irrational…

0April 6, 2020May 29, 2020

Appeals Part Du’

Appeals Part Du’ Last month we talked about appeals and how and why they are presented, but we thought it would be interesting to expound on them a little more to explain how they came about. They actually are rooted to some degree in Greek philosophy, so let’s dive a little deeper in to see…

0December 6, 2019May 29, 2020

Legal Appeals Briefly Explained

Legal Appeals Briefly Explained Sometimes legal trials don’t go as well as expected for people or companies charged and convicted with violating the law. When this happens, the losing party can utilize the US appeals process in an attempt to have their case re-tried and hopefully reversed in their favor. Let’s take a look at…

0November 6, 2019May 15, 2020

Redevelopment Commission Deadline for Determining Excess Assessed Valuation in TIF Districts

A major responsibility of a municipal Redevelopment Commission (RDC) is to determine the existence of excess assessed value (AV) in a local TIF district. To make this determination, RDCs are charged with analyzing financial and project reports to consider whether there is excess AV which results in revenue greater than what is needed for the…

0April 30, 2019April 30, 2019