The law firm Bose McKinney & Evans LLP is pleased to announce partner Alex C. Intermill will moderate an upcoming continuing legal education (CLE) seminar during the 117th Annual Meeting of the Indiana State Bar Association. While Intermill moderates, Bose McKinney & Evans partner Daniel McInerny will participate as a member of the panel.
The presentation, titled “From Kiger to Flexdar and Beyond…”, will be held from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Thursday, October 17, at the French Lick Springs Hotel in French Lick, Ind. Attendees can earn up to one hour of CLE credit.
The presentation will focus on the history and current state of insurance recovery for environmental clean-ups in Indiana and the statutory limitations on claims under the Environmental Legal Action (ELA) statute.
Intermill is a partner with Bose McKinney & Evans’ Environmental Law, Hospitality and Alcoholic Beverage Law, and Governmental Services Groups. In his environmental law practice, he assists clients with state and federal environmental litigation, insurance recovery, administrative appeals, remediation and securing funds for environmental cleanups. Intermill also assists municipalities, including Pendleton, Indiana and Fortville, Indiana where he serves as town attorney, with various municipal issues such as annexation, police and fire department matters and disciplinary actions, historic preservation, economic development, zoning and land use, and utility matters. He is a graduate of the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law – Indianapolis.
McInerny is a partner in the Environmental Law and Agribusiness Groups, and has been a practicing attorney since 1984. He concentrates his practice in the areas of environmental, natural resources and agricultural law, and also has an extensive background in Indiana administrative law. A graduate of Northwestern School of Law of Lewis and Clark College, he received his J.D. and a Certificate in Environmental and Natural Resources Law from that institution. Prior to joining Bose McKinney & Evans, he served as a deputy attorney general, representing the Indiana Department of Environmental Management, the Department of Natural Resources and the Indiana State Department of Health.