Laura M. WalkerAssociate
Lewis Wagner, LLP in Indianapolis, Indiana, successfully defended a mid-west moving and storage company client in a personal property case in Marion County Small Claims Court in Indiana.
The lawsuit arose after a son passed away unexpectedly and without a will and subsequently leaving multiple storage units without a rightful owner. The Plaintiff alleged the company did not properly transfer property to the family and sued for access to the unit and $8000.00.
The Court found that the moving and storage company was entitled to withhold access to the storage unit until the original document requested by the company was provided to them. Additionally, the Court did not give any damages to the Plaintiff.
- Defense Research Institute
- Defense Trial Counsel of Indiana
- Indiana State Bar Association
- Indianapolis Bar Association
- "EEOC investigative subpoena power to be tested," The Indiana Lawyer, March 22, 2017.
- "Avoiding Spoliation: The Duty To Preserve Evidence," The Workplace Lawyer, A Newsletter of the ISBA Employment, Labor & Benefits Section, 2016.
Mar 22, 2017
EEOC investigative subpoena power to be tested
The Indiana Lawyer
Sep 01, 2016
Avoiding Spoliation: The Duty To Preserve Evidence
The Workplace Lawyer, A Newsletter of the ISBA Employment, Labor & Benefits Section
- Apr 14, 2017
- Sep 28, 2015
- State of Indiana, 2015
Courts of Practice
- U.S. District Court, Northern District of Indiana, 2015
- U.S. District Court, Southern District of Indiana, 2015
- Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law, J.D., 2015
- President, Student Bar Association, 2014-2015
- Indiana International & Comparative Law Review, Executive Member, 2014-2015
- Dean’s Tutorial Society, 2013-2015
- Indiana University, B.S., 2012