New Albany, Indiana Lawyers
Bart Betteau will stop at nothing to provide each client with the most thorough and satisfactory defense possible, ensuring a fair case and trial to every client. This includes, without limitation, carefully researching and investigating your case in order to uncover any missed or forgotten information and evidence, challenging the state’s evidence and any illegality thereof, contacting any or all other parties involved, calling appropriate witnesses to testify on your behalf and resiliently negotiating with the prosecutor in order to, when possible, reduce your charge(s) or sentence. EDUCATION: Wabash College, A.B., Magna Cum Laude, 1989 Indiana University School of Law, Bloomington,...
I am a graduate of the University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law, graduating in top 10% of law school class and selected Brandeis Society, with top class grades Book Awards. I am a Certified Public Accountant CPA. I practice in areas of Automobile Accidents, Wills, Trusts and Probate, Power of Attorney Living Wills, Health Care Appointment, Corporate and Limited Liability Company formation and consultation, Tax Matters, Criminal Law including drug charges and OWI DUI DWI and CDL Speeding Tickets.
I am originally from Knoxville, TN. I moved to Louisville for law school and I loved the city. In law school, I was very interested in the classes I took on business law. My practice is generally related to defense and litigation. My personal hobbies include running (3 marathons), woodworking and sports.
If you are looking for a personal injury attorney in Indianapolis, you have come to the right place! Look no further than Sedwick Law, where you can receive the help you need from a personal injury attorney in Indianapolis. Attorney Marc Sedwick is experienced, competent, and ready to take on your case and fight for your just compensation. He has a membership with several well-known organizations, including the Kentucky Justice Association, the Indiana Trial Lawyers Association, and the American Bar Association. Moreover, he is associated with the American Association for Justice and The National Trial Lawyers association. In addition, he...
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Indianapolis, IN 46204
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Eric is a native of Columbus, Ohio, and has lived in Louisville since graduating from New York Law School in 2003. His wife, Shelley Thomas, is an associate professor with the University of Louisville. Eric and Shelley have two children, Anneliese and Brennan. Eric's interests include film photography, basketball and outdoor activities. He is a fan of UofL and IU athletics so long as they aren't playing Ohio State.
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Marc is a Kentucky native, having lived and worked in the state the majority of his life, and is a licensed attorney in Kentucky and Indiana. Marc’s focus is on trial work. Whether it be in the civil or criminal arena, he has represented a broad spectrum of clients and always puts his clients first. Since his internship for two Kentucky State Senators while at the University of Louisville, Marc has always had a passion for the law and has seen it as his way to help people and his community. In criminal or civil litigation, it is important...
I represent limited liability companies, corporations, partnerships and individuals in business transactions such as business start-ups, business sales and reorganizations, real estate transactions, buy-sell agreements, business break-ups, and dissolutions. I frequently assist clients by drafting or negotiating contracts such as operating agreements, shareholder agreements, noncompetition agreements, employment agreements, leases, asset or stock purchase agreements, redemption agreements, bylaws and other contracts for internet-based businesses. I enjoy working with entrepreneurs and helping clients with business succession planning and personal estate planning. I also have significant experience working with property managers in the multi-family housing industry. THIS IS AN ADVERTISEMENT
As a graduate of Providence High School, Brittany has always been driven for success. A graduate of Smith College, Brittany went on to pursue her Master of Science in Biology from IUPUI. Her legal education was obtained from the Louis D. Brandeis School of Law at the University of Louisville. Since 2007, Brittany has been working as Clark County's Sex Crimes Prosecutor. This experience has given Brittany a wealth of courtroom and trial experience which she now translates into private practice. Brittany fights hard for her clients, both in court and in negotiations. She carefully reviews each client's personal situation...