KGR attorney Ted Nolting was recently selected for the Indiana Leadership Forum Class of 2018. The Indiana Leadership Forum is a seminar series focused largely on government and political leadership. Participants have the opportunity to meet and interact with elected officials, business and community leaders. The program was created in 1993 by businessman Al Hubbard, political activist Roger Schmelzer and community leader Joe Hale to prepare qualified individuals for civil service and to generate a greater understanding of the political process.
Today, in its second decade of operation, the Indiana Leadership Forum is dedicated to preparing Indiana’s most talented free enterprise, limited government minded community and business leaders for greater civic involvement, public service, or leadership roles throughout the state. To date, nearly 500 Hoosiers have graduated from the ILF program and many are actively engaged in various leadership positions across the state. They are teachers, doctors, attorneys and business professionals: men and women with a desire to become more involved in improving their communities.
Ted joined KGR in 2016 and practices primarily in the areas of Municipal Law, Corporate Law, Real Estate, and Intellectual Property.
With an extensive background in both government and the private sector, Ted serves a number of public and private clients in a wide range of corporate and municipal transactions, including real estate and construction projects, business formations, and minority and women owned business certifications. Ted additionally advises clients on political issues, including campaign and lobbying laws, and currently serves as counsel to the Republican caucus of the Indianapolis City-County Council.
Prior to joining Kroger Gardis & Regas, Ted served as Deputy Corporation Counsel for the City of Indianapolis under Mayor Gregory Ballard, as well as Special Counsel to the Chief of Police. Also a member of the Patent Bar, Ted received an industrial engineering degree from Purdue University and worked as a manufacturing engineer with the U.S. Navy and Lockheed Martin Aeronautics prior to beginning his legal career.