Category Archives: Indiana Business Corporation Law

Benefit Corporations and Certified B Corps: A Case of Tomato v. To-mah-toe?

Are Benefit Corporations and Certified B Corps simply a case of tomato versus to-mah-toe? Not quite. As their names suggest, Benefit Corporations and Certified B Corps do have much in common. They are linked by the idea of running a … Continue reading

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It’s Not “Just Good Business” Anymore – It’s Better Business.

“It’s just good business” can have such a negative meaning. The idea that profit should outweigh all other business considerations—a fact the law not only recognizes, but protects—can be distasteful to some consumers and young professionals who want to be … Continue reading

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Not Much to See Here: IRPTL Repeal Now Effective

Since many M&A transactions involve transfers of real estate, we are hopefully not straying too far afield (pun intended) in noting that the repeal of the Indiana Responsible Property Transfer Law (a/k/a IRPTL) became effective July 1, 2014.  IRPTL’s time … Continue reading

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