Grant E Helms

Grant E Helms

Helms Legal, L.L.C.

Indianapolis, IN

  • user-graduate Education Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law
  • Experience 10 years of experience year
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Practice Areas

Civil Rights
Employment Law
Business Law
Gov & Administrative Law
Landlord Tenant
Personal Injury
Civil Rights

Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice

  • Indiana
    Indiana Supreme Court

Spoken Languages

  • English: Spoken, Written
  • French: Spoken, Written
  • Spanish

Professional Experience

  • Legal Counsel
    Helms Legal, L.L.C.
    2020 - Current

Professional Associations

  • Indiana State Bar Association
    2011 - Current


  • Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law
    J.D. (2011)
    2008 - 2011


  • Norman Lefstein Award of Excellence
    IU McKinney School of Law Pro Bono & Clinical Program


  • Using Miller Trusts
    The Arc Newsletter

Speaking Engagements

  • News Interview on Legal Challenges Ahead for Ind. Bill Banning K-12 Trans Athletes, Indianapolis
Legal Answers
  • Q. My boss is asking me to do things I'm not comfortable with.
    A: Although isolated incidents of an employer's request to perform extraneous tasks unrelated to your position probably do not rise to the level of sexual harassment or hostile work environment, but if the tasks develop into a pattern with obvious sexual overtones that make you uncomfortable, the situation will constitute sexual harassment. There's no concrete amount of occurrences, though. And if the tasks are so egregious as to become an obstacle to your performance in your job duties and ultimately alter the terms and conditions of your employment position, then the situation represents a hostile work environment. Either of those progressions would warrant legal action on your part against your employer. You should contact an experienced employment law attorney to discuss your legal options.
    May 16, 2022


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