Civil immunity related to COVID-19

The House Judiciary Committee heard HB 1002 authored by Rep. Torr regarding civil immunity related to COVID-19. This bill protects health care providers from professional discipline for certain acts or omissions related to health care services provided during a state … [Read more...]

Civil immunity related to COVID-19

The Senate Judiciary Committee heard SB 1 on civil immunity related to COVID-19 authored by Sen. Messmer and Sen. Koch. The bill provides civil immunity for damages resulting from exposure of an individual to COVID-19 on the premises owned or operated by a person, on … [Read more...]

Pharmacy matters

H.E.A. 1207, P.L. 114 Effective: July 1, 2020 [relevant sections] §4 extends certain immunities to the state department, the state health commissioner, and certain designated public health authorities. Requires the state department to approve courses concerning the … [Read more...]

New Harmony and Wabash River bridge authority

The House Judiciary Committee heard HB 1343 giving protection to the New Harmony and Wabash River bridge authority authored by Rep. Hostettler and Rep. McNamara.  The bill provides that the New Harmony and Wabash River bridge authority (bridge authority) and its … [Read more...]

Target shooting liability and agritourism

The Senate Judiciary Committee heard SB 9 on target shooting liability and agritourism.  The bill, authored by Sen. Tomes, provides that a person who goes upon a premises for the purpose of target shooting does not have an assurance that the premises is safe for that … [Read more...]

Going upon the premises of another

S.E.A. 220, P.L. 113 Effective: July 1, 2019 Amends the law providing that a person who goes upon the premises of another for certain purposes does not have an assurance that the premises are safe for the person's purpose. Specifies that the law applies to a person … [Read more...]