NLKJ Partner, Jim Kaminski, was named to the Unity Foundation of La Porte County Board of Directors. His appointment to the Board of Directors was featured in the NWI Times.
In a timely decision for the holiday party season, the Indiana Court of Appeals issued a decision on December 14th in Rogers v. Martin, et. al. regarding the potential liability of a homeowner for the death of a party goer. In May 2010, the defendant, Amanda Martin, hosted a birthday party
NLKJ Partner, David Jones, was recently appointed to serve as the Northern District of Indiana Criminal Justice Act (“CJA”) District Representative. CJA attorneys represent indigent criminal defendants in federal court. Mr. Jones regularly serves as a panel attorney in the South Bend, Indiana federal district courts. As the District Representative
In October Newby Lewis Kaminski & Jones, LLP lawyer, Edward Volk, spoke in San Francisco at the annual meeting of the Legal Netlink Alliance. Volk joined a panel of two other lawyers from Stamford, Connecticut, and Frankfort, Germany, discussing the subject of succession planning. The panel discussed how the three
Newby, Lewis, Kaminski & Jones, LLP has received a South Bend metropolitan area Tier 1 ranking in the 2016 edition of U.S. News – Best Lawyers ® “Best Law Firms” in the areas of commercial litigation, criminal defense-white collar and non-white collar, employment law-management, insurance law, litigation-labor and employment, medical
Recently, the Indiana Court of Appeals issued an interesting opinion that excluded blood test results in an OWI case because the officer failed to include any specific facts in the probable cause affidavit. The Court of Appeals decision can be read here. Here are the relevant facts from the Court