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February 2022

IU McKinney Presents Law vs. Antisemitism Inaugural Conference

February 23, 2022 by Aaron Aft, Partner
Ice Miller is sponsoring this first-of-its-kind academic conference to be held at Indianapolis's own Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law this March.

White House Furthers Environmental Justice Work with Release of Draft Climate and Economic Justice Screening Tool

February 23, 2022 by Freedom S.N. Smith, Partner
While environmental justice (EJ) issues have been at the forefront of the Biden Administration's political agenda, there has been a lack of agreement on how environmental justice communities should be identified. The White House recently released a draft climate and economic justice screening tool developed by the Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) to fill this gap.

The Hottest New Type of Asset - Build for Rent Homes

February 22, 2022 by Phillip N. Coover, Partner
Last year, we did a podcast with a bright young company, Steel City Management, who were building large communities of homes... for renters. The homes were new product, in stylish modern designs, and were not inexpensive.

19-State Lawsuit Against EPA Could Shrink the Power of Federal Agencies in Rulemaking

February 21, 2022 by Louie Jorczak , Partner
Last week, Indiana Attorney General, Todd Rokita, discussed with the National Press Club Indiana's participation in a 19-state lawsuit against the EPA that would limit the agency's ability to regulate carbon emissions.

A Midwestern Opportunity?

February 16, 2022 by Aaron Aft, Partner
Those who have chosen to move to the Midwest, to cities like Indianapolis, IN, Columbus, OH, Minneapolis, MN, St. Louis, MO and Kansas City, MO, know something a lot of people on the coasts are slowly picking up on - Midwest cities offer a more affordable and sometimes better quality of life than major cities on the coasts. 

Regulation of PFAS Contaminants Before the Indiana House of Representatives

February 10, 2022 by Louie Jorczak , Partner
Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances, also known as "PFAS", have been used in industrial products for nearly a century and the effects of their presence in the environment, particularly Indiana's water sources, is only recently coming to light.

White House Releases Comprehensive Federal Guide to the Infrastructure Bill

February 9, 2022 by Kristopher ("Kip") Wahlers, Partner
This is an excellent resource - 465 pages of programs that will be updated on an ongoing basis. It is one of the first places one might go as a policy maker or problem solver to see what funding sources might be available to meet identified needs.

EPA Seeks Comments on Its Draft Lead Strategy and Changes Made Due to the Recent Infrastructure Law

February 8, 2022 by Freedom S.N. Smith, Partner
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is seeking public comment until March 16, 2022, on its draft Strategy to Reduce Lead Exposures and Disparities in U.S. Communities (Lead Strategy) based on changes made due to the recently signed Infrastructure Law.

Distressed Opportunity Bulletin - Issue 10

Ice Miller launched its Distressed Investment Group ("DIG") to identify and facilitate distressed investment opportunities and assist clients through creative and strategic acquisitions and investments in bankruptcies, in-court restructurings, out-of-court restructurings and other insolvency-related transactions.

Check out the latest issue for a list of currently available distressed investment opportunities and to learn more about our Distressed Investment Group.

Will the Gig Economy Work for Executives?

February 7, 2022 by Charles Ellis Bush II, Partner
In such a competitive hiring market, many employers are learning that they can recruit and hire fractional executives who can bring efficiency and experience for a cost much less than that of a full-time executive.

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