CCHA Law | Published Attorney Feature

POST DATE: 1.24.23
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Church Church Hittle and Antrim (CCHA Law) is pleased to highlight CCHA Law associate Sloan Schafer, who was recently published in the IU Robert H. McKinney School of Law’s Indiana Law Review.


His article discusses the ramifications of the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in Seila Law LLC v. Consumer Fin. Prot. Bureau, where the Court determined that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s (the “CFPB”) “for-cause” removal restriction of its director violated the U.S. Constitution’s separation of powers doctrine. The decision put the CFPB's actions at risk of being invalidated, and Sloan's article argues that the U.S. Supreme Court should resurrect the de facto officer doctrine to protect the validity of the CFPB.

SLOAN SCHAFER


CCHA Law is proud to feature Sloan as a thought leader in business law and newest member of our Business Services practice group. To read Sloan’s full article, “A Case for the Extension of the De Facto Officer Doctrine”, visit the Indiana Law Review here.

Business Services

Business Services at CCHA Law

One of the larger practice groups at the firm, CCHA Law Business Services attorneys are poised to handle issues such as business formations, commercial transactions, business financing, mergers and acquisitions, tax plans, and many more. In the creation, acquisition and operation of any business entity, the advice of an experienced lawyer is extremely valuable, thus CCHA law develops long-standing relationships with businesses that want to have a lawyer on their side, without having the expense of in-house counsel.

Founded in 1880, CCHA Law is the oldest law firm in Hamilton County, Indiana. As a full-service law firm, CCHA Law provides a myriad of legal services to clients across a wide variety of practice areas including: complex litigation, personal injury, governmental entity and municipal law, education, business formation and representation, divorce and family law, estate planning and administration, real estate law, criminal law, labor and employment law, mediation services and appellate litigation. CCHA law serves clients across the state with offices in Noblesville, Fishers, Fort Wayne, Tipton, Merrillville and Westfield.


Contact CCHA Law to connect with Sloan or any of our other Business Services attorneys.