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Matthew J.

Matthew Jeziorski

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The past Criminal Trial Attorney for the Marion County Public Defender, Matthew Jeziorski is currently working for himself. His practice areas include business law and consultation, criminal law, professional responsibility and employment law. Matthew also has experience working as a Senior Administrator - focusing on the economic development, revitalization of unproductive properties, and entrepreneurial promotion. In 2004, he obtained his J.D. from the Indiana University Maurer School of Law.
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Promodha A.

Promodha A

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Susan graduated from UCLA law school and also has a bachelor's degree in physics. Her practice areas include business law and commercial contracts, with a particular emphas... read more
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John R.

John Roberts

Johns Roberts is an expert in IP matters. Since 2000, he has helped his clients—individuals, businesses and law firms—with a variety of different intellectual property matters. John also has a unique background which serves him well as a lawyer. Before practicing law, he worked as a product design engineer for General Motors. He has even pursued a patent of his own.
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Loren H.

Loren Heger

Loren Heger is VP and General Counsel for FNEX, a private securities marketplace, and also for The Applied Group, a private equity firm. Additionally, he has also worked as a clerk in the office of the Indiana Attorney General, drafting briefs for both the Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court of Indiana.
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Scott C.

Scott Collins

Scott is a document review attorney and independent contractor at Proteus Discover Group, LLC. His document review practice includes work as a first line reviewer and QC reviewer. Scott has been involved in medical device litigation for a Fortune 100 subsidiary, contract litigation for a multinational chemical corporation, and wrongful termination litigation for a loan servicer executive.
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Diana B.

Diana Bauer

Possessing superior legal writing and research skills, Diana Bauer provides defense in contract disputes, insurance coverage disputes, complex governmental–public entity tort and civil rights, employment litigation, product liability, and medical malpractice. Ms. Bauer is often sought by local governmental entities and employers for advice and training on issues like risk management.
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Benjamin B.

Benjamin Blatt

Benjamin Blatt has extensive experience in dealing with cases that involves corporate and firearm law. He also focuses on general business-related legal matters and have seven years of experience as an attorney at law. Benjamin is licensed to practice law in Indiana. He obtained a degree in law from the University of Alabama School of Law. Benjamin has been operating as a private attorney since 2009. He often serves clients in the manufacturing and professional service industries.
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Destiny S.

Destiny Scott

Destiny Scott is the Founder of Indiana eLawyering and is the current Major of the United States Army Reserve. Previously, she worked as an Attorney of Law for a Private Practice. Although she has experience in legal matters dealing with civil litigation, family and employment law, Destiny prefers to focus on transactional law focusing on the entrepreneur, small business and startup. Destiny Scott obtained her J.D. from The University of Texas School of Law.
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Eric F.

Eric Farr

For the past year and a half, Eric Farr has been running his own law firm, The Farr Law Firm. For 3 years he was the Law Clerk for G. Gene Arnholt Law Office. After gaining experience in many different areas, he decided to focus on estate planning and real estate law. He attended the Indiana University, Robert H. McKinney School of Law and was awarded the Non Resident Excellence Award scholarship for all four years of his studies. Along with his J.D., he also has a B.A. with an English major.
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Troy T.

Troy Tyson

Troy Tyson has worked as a law clerk for Thomas Law Firm, P.C. and is currently an Attorney at Law for Tyson Law Firm, P.C. As a Law Firm, they handle matters in the areas of business law, real estate law, bankruptcy, family law, creditors’ rights and civil litigation. Personally, Troy focuses on Corporate and Civil Law. He was awarded the Order of the Barristers from his University - Indiana University McKinney School of Law. He is currently admitted to practice law in Indiana, the United States District Court of Northern Indiana, and the United States District Court of Southern Indiana.
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Andrew H.

Andrew Homan

Andrew Homan is a licensed attorney in the state of Indianapolis. He finished law school at Indiana University, Robert H. McKinney School of Law. He worked as a Legislative Assistant in the U.S. House of Representative in 2007 and was a Deputy State Director for Senator Evan Bayh from 2007-2011. He is an expert in Civil Litigation, compliance to IRS. He practices in all areas of compensation.
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