Arthur R. Baxter, Jr. has represented hundreds of injured persons in various types of insurance claims, including
premises liability cases, truck accidents, wrongful death actions and auto accidents.
He also concentrates his practice in the area of business litigation and corporate law. He has litigated issues surrounding covenants not to compete and has litigated controversies related to business sales. He advises small and medium size companies concerning formation of new businesses, contract formation and contract interpretation.
He is a member of the Indiana Trial Lawyers Association, the Indianapolis Bar Association and the Indiana State Bar Association. He and his wife Elizabeth (also born in Indianapolis) have two children, Steven and Madelyn.
Arthur R. Baxter, Jr. has lived in Indianapolis, Indiana for most of his life and has had his
Indiana law license since 1986. He is actively involved in the community and has volunteered
at the Indianapolis Children�s Museum. He has served as President of his Homeowners
Association. He has authored articles on various legal subjects, including discovery procedures
in litigation involving ex parte communications with physicians and the Family Medical Leave Act.
In 1983, he obtained his undergraduate degree from Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, New York, where he majored in English. In 1986, he graduated from law school at Indiana University School of Law - Indianapolis, where he served as Associate Editor of the Indiana Law Review.