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Jeffersonville, IN

323 East Court Avenue
Jeffersonville, Indiana 47130

Stites & Harbison established its Southern Indiana practice in 1984 when it combined with the highly respected law firm of Fifer, Lanum & Blau. The attorneys in the firm's Jeffersonville office handle corporate and litigation matters.

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Stites & Harbison Named to 2022 Top 10 Patent Firms in North America – South List

LOUISVILLE, Ky.—The Patent Lawyer Magazine has named Stites & Harbison, PLLC to the 2022 Top 10 Patent Firms and IP Practices in North America – South list.

by Stites & Harbison, PLLC May 16, 2022
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Key Takeaways from the American Bar Association’s Cybersecurity & Data Privacy Conference

Stites & Harbison attorneys, Shannon Sprinkle and Peter Critikos, joined other cybersecurity stakeholders gathered a few blocks from the firm’s Atlanta office for the American Bar Association’s Cybersecurity and Data Privacy conference to exchange thoughts on the state of the industry and market developments. Shannon and Peter share their thoughts on some key highlights from those discussions. While geopolitical events have injected much uncertainty into the space, several trends have developed, which are unlikely to disappear anytime soon.

by Shannon M. Sprinkle March 28, 2022
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Stites & Harbison Earns 82 Rankings in 2022 “Best Law Firms” List

U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers® have released their 2022 “Best Law Firms” rankings. Stites & Harbison, PLLC’s three National Tier 1 rankings include: Litigation – Construction, Litigation – Real Estate, and Trademark Law. The firm’s overall results include 82 metropolitan rankings in six regions.

by Stites & Harbison, PLLC November 17, 2021
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Biden Announces Plans to Mandate Vaccination for All Federal Workers and Contractors, Private Employers with 100+ Employees, and Health Care Workers at Medicare/Medicaid Facilities

President Biden has announced plans to reduce the number of unvaccinated Americans by using regulatory and other powers to increase the number of Americans covered by vaccination requirements as COVID-19 cases continue to climb.

by Shannon Antle Hamilton and Ashley Owens Hopkins September 10, 2021