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Indiana Supreme Court will hear IBM case

The Indiana Supreme Court will decide whether Gov. Mitch Daniels must appear for a deposition and testify in an ongoing lawsuit challenging the cancelled IBM contract to modernize the state’s welfare system.
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Judge removes Bosma from case over legislative walkout fines

A Marion Superior judge has ruled that state courts don’t have the ability to interfere with the Indiana General Assembly’s constitutional authority to pass laws or its own internal rules, including how it compels attendance or imposes fines.
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Commission slaps judge over fundraising solicitation

Judge Rebekah Pierson-Treacy received the admonishment after an August fundraising solicitation sparked controversy.
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Simon widow loses another battle in estate fight

The Indiana Court of Appeals ruled Bren Simon doesn't have legal standing to challenge a judge's decision not to recuse himself from overseeing the court fight over her late husband Melvin's $2 billion estate.
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U.S. high court takes Indianapolis sewer case

The Supreme Court of the United States agreed Monday to review a case that questions whether the city of Indianapolis violated the U.S. Constitution in how it handled refunds for residents who paid assessments on local sewer projects.
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Bankruptcies decline in Indiana, nation

Indiana saw fewer bankruptcies for the fiscal year ending Sept. 30 than it did the year before, with the state improving its national ranking based on case filings.
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Woman sentenced for illegal immigration service

M. Esther Barber, who is not an attorney, advertised herself to the Spanish-speaking community as a “notario” who can assist with immigration legal issues.
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Judge: Governor doesn't have to testify in IBM case

Marion Superior Judge David Dreyer has ruled that Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels doesn’t have to testify about his involvement in the cancelled multimillion dollar IBM contract to modernize the state’s welfare system.
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President nominates Hogsett for U.S. Attorney

The White House has chosen an Indianapolis labor and employment attorney to be the next U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Indiana.
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Challenging job market trips up new attorneys

It’s a tough time to be starting in the profession when established lawyers struggle to keep up their practices and client lists.
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