Have you been thinking of starting your own business, but don’t know where to start? Have you ever been curious what the differences are between various corporate forms? This article is the first of a three-part series which will provide an overview on the law in Indiana regarding: (1) corporations; (2) partnerships; and (3) not-for-profit organizations. This series of articles is an overview, and a central part of starting your for-profit or not-for-profit business is to consult a business lawyer and accountant to ensure that your new business meets your specific needs. Our first... Read More →
(Greenfield, Indiana) – Massillamany & Jeter LLP partner Chris Jeter was elected to the NineStar Connect Board of Directors during its annual meeting Friday, March 25, 2017. During the meeting held at Greenfield Central High School, Mr. Jeter was selected by the cooperative’s members to serve as the Director for District 1, which includes the southeastern corner of Hamilton County. Mr. Jeter’s three-year term begins immediately. NineStar was created on January 1, 2011, when Hancock Telecom and Central Indiana Power merged cooperatives into what is now known as NineSta... Read More →
(Fishers, Indiana) – The law firm of Massillamany & Jeter LLP will expand its physical footprint in January 2017 by adding an additional office in downtown Fishers. The Firm will also add at least one additional attorney and one staff member. Partner Chris Jeter says that the planned expansion is part of the Firm’s continued growth. “As we approach the two-year mark, we are executing our growth plan at an accelerated rate,” Jeter said. Massillamany & Jeter LLP, considered to be the fastest growing law firm in Hamilton County, has added two lawyers and two staff members over the... Read More →
(Noblesville, Indiana) – The Hamilton County-based law firm of Massillamany & Jeter LLP announced today that they have been selected to provide contract legal services to Hamilton County Superior Court 2. The work will focus primarily on representing indigent defendants in Court 2 and pursuing appeals on behalf of similarly situated individuals. The 12-month contract will take effect on January 1. “We are honored that the Court would trust us with this important matter,” said firm Partner Mario Massillamany. Massillamany indicated the firm wanted to continue expanding its influence... Read More →
Massillamany & Jeter LLP has represented clients who have been hurt by falling signs. This article provides a great overview as to who is responsible. If you have been injured by the negligent acts of another - call us!