Current Events

We will have limited availability March 23-31 for a much needed spring break.  Please email sandy@mceuenlaw.com if you need to make an appointment.  We apologize for any inconvenience.

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Our office will not be open December 24 through December 26th for the Christmas holiday.  We will also be closed December 31-January 1st.  Enjoy your holiday season.  Be safe.  We look forward to serving our clients again in 2019!

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Attorney Christopher Buckley is joining our law firm on September 1, 2018.  Chris is a former Marine, a respected attorney, and the Lowell Town court Judge.  He will be a welcome addition with his knowledge of the law and he is excited to expand his practice into the Portage area.

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Patrick McEuen was recently sworn in as a new member of the Portage Hearing Authority for the Enforcement of Building Standards board in our city.  Congratulations to Patrick!

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Portage Chamber of Commerce Awards banquet

McEuen Law Office was honored with an award from the Portage Chamber of Commerce for Community Improvement for the construction upgrades we have made to our building.  We are excited by this award and while we did it all for our clients, it was wonderful to be recognized by our local business community.

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Our office will be closed on November 23-24, 2017 for the Thanksgiving holiday.  Our office will also be closed on December 25, 2017 for the Christmas holiday.

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The ISBA Annual Meeting was held on September 27-29th, 2017 in Indianapolis, Indiana. We were in attendance to celebrate our friend, Tom Pyrz, on his retirement from the ISBA and also present at a dinner hosted by a tremendous Lexis Nexis territory manager, Brian Beck.  As usual the Annual Meeting did not disappoint and it was a great opportunity to see fellow leaders in Indiana law.

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We had a fantastic showing for the 3rd Annual ISBA Litigation Section Continuing Legal Education on August 16, 2017.  This year was a powerhouse packed with judges from the trial court, Indiana Supreme Court, Court of Appeals, Federal court, and the Seventh Circuit Court.  This event was sponsored by the Indiana State Bar Association Litigation Section.

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Attorney Patrick B. McEuen was invited to be a part of the Indiana Supreme Court’s Civil Justice Initiative Roundtable.  This Initiative is a project by the National Center for State Courts and the Conference of Chief Justices to study ways to improve the ways courts handle civil cases.  This Roundtable explored the recommendations, whether they might be appropriate for consideration and possible implementation in Indiana courts.

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Attorney Patrick McEuen has volunteered his time to be a speaker for the Indiana State Bar Association in the Indiana Kids Election (IKE).

On Nov. 8, students across Indiana will elect their own governor, president and senator in a show of active citizenship through Indiana Kids’ Election (IKE), an award-winning mock election program for students in grades K-12. It is sponsored by the Indiana State Bar Association, Indiana Secretary of State and the Indiana Department of Education. 

Patrick spoke at Jackson Elementary School in Valparaiso, Indiana on November, 7, 2016 to a group of 2nd graders about our election process in the United States and why it is so exciting and necessary for all American citizens to be a part of the election process.