Kyle B. Blowers
Areas of practice
Kyle B. Blowers is an associate attorney in the firm’s corporate litigation and creditors’ rights practices. He concentrates his practice on representing individual and business clients in debt collection matters and other obligations owed by other parties. Kyle currently represents a number of financial institutions and service providers with their debt collection issues. Conversely, he assists clients with debt restructurings for debts owed to creditors and litigation associated with those obligations.
Kyle advises businesses on various issues they face from startup to structuring to commercial litigation. In addition, he represents landlords in Marion and Hamilton Counties on a variety of tenant-related issues, including eviction proceedings that include damage claims.
- Indiana State Bar Association
- Hamilton County Bar Association
- Marion County Bar Association
- Indiana Creditor’s Bar Association
- Monash University, Melbourne Australia
- University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand
- University of Florida, Levin College of Law, Masters of Law in Taxation, 2009
- Thomas M. Cooley Law School, J.D., cum laude, 2008
- University of West Florida, B.A., magna cum laude, 2003
- Major: History
Hobbies and Interests
- Physical fitness
What is School and Education Law?School corporations and other educational organizations must regularly navigate through a vast statutory and regulatory framework. Schools are required to follow many laws that apply to private businesses, such as discrimination and employment regulations, as well as a growing number of laws specific to educational and governmental entities, such as enrollment and records requirements.
Do I Need a Lawyer When Dealing with Local Government?Many of the activities of local government do not require the services of an attorney. Routine questions concerning such things as garbage collection, street repairs or public safety needs (fire or police protection) can be handled by direct contact between citizen and city or town officials. However, there are areas where the knowledge and experience of a lawyer who is knowledgeable in the area of municipal law may be of help.
How Should I Think About Labor and Employment Legal Issues?If you are an employer, you know that navigating through a field of “Alphabet Soup” employment laws (ADA, FMLA, FLSA, etc.) can be a daunting task. We offer a three-phase approach to handling legal issues in the workplace: (1) education; (2) compliance; and (3) litigation.
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