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Fifth person pleads guilty in Lilly warehouse heist

Prosecutors say the theft from an Eli Lilly and Co. warehouse in Connecticut involved up to $100 million in prescription drugs.
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$1.75B justice center could stretch budgets

Mayor Greg Ballard's office has said the city intends to pay no more than about $50 million a year over 35 years for a proposed criminal justice facility, bringing the cost to $1.75 billion.
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Settlement reached in Steak n Shake franchisee suit

It's not clear whether the settlement Steak n Shake has reached with St. Louis-based Druco Restaurants will give the franchisee more leeway on pricing.
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Orange Leaf franchisee seeks $33M in suit

A dispute between one of the nation’s largest frozen yogurt chains and a local franchisee has sparked dueling lawsuits, in one of which the franchisee is seeking $33 million in damages.
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Municipalities including Westfield join trademark game

Legal brand protection is all but required in the corporate world, where businesses must guard against unauthorized use of the brands they’ve invested time and resources to build. Now, the public sector increasingly is following suit as communities work to establish identities of their own.
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Palladium contractors to pay $5.3M to settle suit

The Carmel Redevelopment Commission has agreed to settle a lawsuit over defects in the Palladium’s domed roof.
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State seeks greater damages from township embezzler

The former Center Township accountant who pleaded guilty to embezzling more than $340,000 also should pay the cost of investigating his wrongdoing, the Indiana State Board of Accounts says.
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Feds charge Deca Financial founder in $5M fraud

Federal prosecutors on Wednesday filed bank fraud, wire fraud and bankruptcy fraud charges against the founder of defunct Fishers collection agency Deca Financial.
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Settlement pending in multimillion-dollar Palladium litigation

The defendants in a multimillion-dollar legal dispute over construction defects at Carmel’s tony Palladium concert hall have agreed to settle the dispute, Hamilton Superior Court records show.
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Attorney Zeff Weiss dies after battle with cancer

Indianapolis real estate attorney Zeff A. Weiss' work on numerous significant, high-profile projects is credited with growing Indianapolis’ skyline over the years.
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