810 E. Market St., New Albany, IN 47150
Amy R. Stein received her law degree from the University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law in 2009. She worked as a deputy prosecutor in Harrison County, Indiana from 2011-2013 and has been at the Law Office of Nick Stein since 2013. She practices in the area of family law, criminal defense, and personal injury. She is licensed to practice law in Indiana and Kentucky and also speaks Spanish.
111 Monument Circle, Suite 2700, Indianapolis, IN 46204
Government Relations Practice Justin Swanson is of counsel with the Governmental Services Group of Bose McKinney & Evans LLP. He focuses his practice on the administrative and economic development needs of municipalities. Justin is a certified civil mediator.
3610 River Crossing Pkwy, Indianapolis, IN 46240, USA
For more than 25 years, Jeff's practice has focused exclusively on representing victims injured by negligence and families who have lost loved ones due to the carelessness of others. During his professional career, Jeff has represented thousands of injured victims and families who have lost loved ones due to motor vehicle collisions, semi-tractor trailer collisions, motorcycle accidents, train/grade crossing collisions, slip, trip and fall occurrences and construction site fatalities. Jeff is a member of the Indianapolis Bar Association, the Indiana State Bar Association, the Indiana Trial Lawyers Association and the American Association for Justice. Jeff has also been active in the Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum, where he has served as a frequent lecturer and author on current issues and new developments in personal injury/insurance litigation, including how-to handle uninsured and underinsured motorist cases, special issues in automobile cases and how to handle a Wrongful Death estate in Indiana. Jeff graduated from Indiana University and the Indiana University School of Law.
201 N Illinois St, 1600 SO TOWER, Indianapolis, IN 46204
A graduate of the State University of New York College at Brockport with a major in political science and participated in the Washington Semester Program interning in the congressional office of the late Cardiss Collins of Illinois, After graduation participated in the campaign of and served as an aide to New York State Senator Hugh Farley. Graduated from the Thomas Jefferson School of Law where selected to the Criminal Justice Journal Law Review, recognized by Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges, and served as a law clerk in the criminal appellate division of the California Attorney Generals Office. In active practice in the State of Indiana for 35 years in both state and federal courts. Practice areas include criminal defense, family law and injury cases. Past president of the the Italian Heritage Society of Indiana, recipients of service awards, father of one son and grandfather to three.
1 Indiana Square, Suite 2300, Indianapolis, IN 46204
Harry concentrates his practice in the areas of acquisition, development, leasing, financing and disposition of projects in the office, retail, commercial, industrial, multi-family and agricultural real estate sectors. An additional area of expertise he offers is advising owners of cemeteries and funeral homes throughout the country on legal issues relating to their industry, including mergers and acquisitions, financing, funeral home development, regulatory compliance and trusting requirements. Harry also has experience representing members of the hospitality industry in real estate matters, acquisitions, contract review and negotiations, and other business issues.