On May 8, attorney Jill Dimick attended an outing at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in support of the Indianapolis Bar Foundation (“IBF”). Attendees were hosted by Indy 500 Historian Donald Davidson and provided with a tour of the IMS Museum. Lunch folllowed in Mari Hulman George’s suite, with guests wrapping up the day with a tour of the garage area. The IBF is a 501(c)3 charitable entity which funds a variety of programs furthering its mission to advance justice and promote positive change in the Indianapolis community through philanthropy, education and service.
Jill Dimick is a founding member of JOCHAM HARDEN DIMICK JACKSON, PC, and chairs the Business Litigation Group. With 20 years in litigation, Ms. Dimick brings a wealth of experience representing an array of clients ranging in size from large public companies to small privately-owned businesses, professional corporations, franchisees, and financial institutions. Equally comfortable representing either plaintiffs or defendants, Ms. Dimick’s clients also comprise public officials, business owners, directors, officers and former employees. Her cases involve a variety of issues such as breach of contract, shareholder disputes, breach of fiduciary duties, receiverships, landlord-tenant issues, zoning, trademark infringement, defamation, unfair competition, covenants not to compete, wage claims and employment discrimination.
Ms. Dimick has been a speaker at conferences and continuing legal education seminars, including most recently at the Indiana State Bar Association’s 2009 Women’s Bench Bar Retreat. Her community involvement includes service as a volunteer for WFYI (Speaking of Women’s Health and the Indy Wine Fest), the Humane Society, Special Olympics, the American Heart Association and various federal, state and local political campaigns. She is a member of the Georgetown University Law Center 20th Reunion Committee and a volunteer for the Hamilton Southeastern Foundation. Her professional memberships also include the Indiana State Bar and Indianapolis Bar Associations.