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UPDATE: Indiana's high court hears IBM welfare case

Indiana's Supreme Court justices grilled attorneys for the state and IBM Corp. on Thursday about the company's failed attempt to privatize Indiana's welfare services.
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Broad Ripple project gets green light from court decision

The developers of the $30 million apartment-and-retail project on the Central Canal are prepared to move forward now that the Indiana Court of Appeals has dismissed a challenge to the development.
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Takeda, Lilly win 99-percent cut in Actos damages award

Judge Rebecca Doherty in Lafayette, Louisiana, said the jury's decision to order Takeda to pay $6 billion and Lilly $3 billion was excessive and should be reduced to a total of $36.8 million.
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After attack from Christ Church, JPMorgan fires back

JPMorgan Chase argues it did a "solid" job managing trust accounts endowed by Eli Lilly Jr. The banking giant says the church's lawsuit cherry-picks facts and paints a "grossly inaccurate picture."
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Indiana man sentenced for running fake credit union

Timothy Coughlin, 63, of Indianapolis was ordered to pay $10 million in restitution at sentencing Friday in federal court. Prosecutors say 5,000 investors from 50 countries and all 50 states made deposits to his fake credit union.
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Simon CEO's bonus reversal still triggers investor suit

Seeking to avoid investor litigation, Simon Property this year eliminated a $120 million stock award to CEO David Simon in favor of a performance-based bonus. A retirement fund isn't satisfied.
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Judge considering $75M NCAA concussion settlement

The deal calls for the Indianapolis-based NCAA to toughen return-to-play rules for college athletes. It also would create a medical fund to test current and former athletes for brain trauma.
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Legislators in no rush to fix local judge selection process

Marion County’s unique power-sharing judicial-election system won’t be fixed anytime soon, even though a federal judge has ruled the four-decade-old system is unconstitutional.
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State settles with drug maker over Medicaid fraud charges

The Indiana attorney general’s office has recovered more than $181,000 for the state Medicaid program by joining with other states and the federal government in a fraud settlement.
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Justice center deal tests transparency laws

Three teams competing to partner with Indianapolis on a half-billion-dollar criminal justice complex shaped the city’s yet-to-be released specifications in closed-door meetings.
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