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Bryce Bennett, Founding Partner of Riley Bennett Egloff, To Retire After 45 Years

Today Riley Bennett Egloff celebrates the career of Founding Partner Bryce Bennett, who will begin his well-deserved retirement on January 1, 2023.

Five Reasons Why You Should Involve your Attorneys Early in Your Business Transactions

A good attorney can be a beneficial partner at every stage of a business transaction. While this list is not exhaustive, it represents a few common issues. Regardless of a transaction’s scope or scale, early involvement from your attorneys can add significant and perhaps unexpected value.

Closing Mergers and Acquisitions: The Importance of Disclosure Schedules

Having closed dozens of mergers and acquisitions, I’ve yet to encounter anyone who likes preparing or reviewing disclosure schedules. They take a lot of time and require significant attention to detail. I’ve had more than one client ask, “do we REALLY need to prepare these disclosure schedules?”

4 Things to Consider When Forming Your Entity Online

4 Things to Consider When Forming Your Entity Online

By: Ryan L. Leitch - RBE PartnerEfficient and easy access to online services provides many benefits to business owners. For example, it is relatively easy to form a new business entity on the Indiana Secretary of State’s website and obtain an...

The Top 5 Mistakes Made By Start-Up Businesses

The Top 5 Mistakes Made By Start-Up Businesses

Many start-up businesses are formed by first-time entrepreneurs who are often unfamiliar with the requirements and pitfalls involved in forming a new business.  As a result, they often fall victim to the following mistakes: 1. Failing to choose the...

SCOTUS Accepts Indiana Nursing Home Case

SCOTUS Accepts Indiana Nursing Home Case

By: Laura Binford & Jaclyn Flint  - RBE AttorneysRBE successfully obtained a dismissal of claims under the Federal Nursing Home Reform Act against RBE clients, Health and Hospital Corporation of Marion County and American Senior Communities,...

Employee Handbooks: One Size Does Not Fit All

Employee Handbooks: One Size Does Not Fit All

Unlike the hat the coach gave you when you played Little League baseball, when it comes to employee handbooks or manuals, one size does not fit all. If your company is going to have an employee handbook—and every employer should—that handbook...

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