Pro Hac Vice Admission In Indiana And The Role Of Local Counsel

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You’re an out-of-state lawyer with a client who needs to enforce a loan in Indiana. You’re not licensed to practice in the state, and no one in your firm is admitted in Indiana. You don’t want to relinquish control over the case, but instead wish to be in charge of representing your long-standing client in its important matter. What you need is to be admitted pro hac vice in the Indiana court. This article addresses the steps and rules.

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