Fire Your Attorney

Fire Your Attorney Our relationships with professionals – lawyers, doctors, accountants, etc. – tend to be some of our most unique interactions. We pay them to provide a service, but their knowledge and interaction with some of our most private details elevates them...

The Slow Pace of Litigation

Justice delayed is justice denied.  A common moan of anyone who has ever been involved in a legal dispute (outside of small claims court) that actually made it to trial.  In Indiana it is becoming a fact of litigation that an issue presented to the lawyer today has...

The Economics of Settlement – What is your case worth?

The ability to put a realistic price tag on a case is probably one of the most critical skills a lawyer has. At the same time, it is one of the most difficult tasks for the lawyer and one of the most painful for the client. The simplest way to evaluate a case is to...

Common Construction Pitfalls

Astonished, amazed, angered – a common trio of emotions expressed by most contractors who find themselves in a “legal” dispute. Three words may help inoculate the contractor against such disputes – communicate, document, anticipate. Engaging in a productive planning...

Billed by the Hour: What Are You Paying For?

Legal billing is simultaneously one of the most unique aspects of the profession and the most frustrating for clients. Most attorneys employ “Hourly Billing” which means that, based upon a stated hourly rate, you are billed for the amount of time the attorney spends...

Einterz & Einterz Seminar Series

The E&E Seminar Series is a casual approach to serious issues affecting you, your business, and your industry. Join us for drinks, snacks, lively conversation, and networking with other area business professionals while the attorneys of Einterz & Einterz...

Estate Planning – What Will Change And What Will Remain The Same

2021 ushered in a new administration in Washington, D.C. with a Democrat controlled Congress.  This may present some challenges and opportunities in estate planning. Restrictions on gifting. Presently, an individual can transfer $11,700,000 through their estate...