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  • Cox v. Evansville Police Department and the City of Evansville and Beyer v. City of Ft. Wayne

    The Indiana Court of Appeals recently held in two cases that “an entity assumes a non-delegable duty of care to its patrons when the patrons must surrender their control and autonomy to the entity while they are in its care.”  The court used the label “patrons” for simplicity’s sake, but noted that entities could assume this non-delegable duty to any number of groups, including (but not limited to) customers, clients, dependents, or consumers.

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  • EPA Implements New Update to Regional Screening Levels

  • EPA Implements New Update to Regional Screening Levels

    EPA has released a new update to its Regional Screening Levels (RSLs), which are likely harbingers of what’s to come from IDEM.  

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  • Broadened Application of Anti-Indemnity Statute Furthers Public Policy Goal

  • Broadened Application of Anti-Indemnity Statute Furthers Public Policy Goal

    Recent Court of Appeals decision in Wilhelm Construction, Inc. and J.C. Ripberger Construction Corporation v. Secura Insurance, a Mutual Company and Davenport Masonry, Inc., (Ind. Ct. App., May 21, 2017) furthers policy goal of Indiana’s Anti- Indemnity Statute regarding liability arising out of a non-delegable duty.

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