Bank of America Corp. faces a lawsuit by former Indianapolis Colts star defensive end Dwight Freeney, who claims the bank set him up with an unqualified private banker and her “notorious financial predator” boyfriend.
After an Elkhart couple with an autistic son sued insurer Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield this month, autism families around the state started a campaign to get Anthem to change its policy for covering therapy for school-age children.
ITT Educational Services Inc. was unable to get a federal judge to dismiss a predatory-lending lawsuit filed by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, so now it is taking its request to an appeals court.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has filed a federal lawsuit against Indianapolis-based financial planning firm Veros Partners Inc., alleging it defrauded 80 investors of $15 million in 2013 and 2014.
Digital forensics students take a rigorous course load that includes criminology, policing, criminal evidence, criminal law, computer science, computer security, digital forensics and geographic information systems.
Four residents of the town of Princeton sued to revoke the university's tax exemption, in part because it shares royalties with faculty, mostly from a patent that Indianapolis-based Eli Lilly and Co. turned into the cancer drug Alimta.
A U.S. judge has declined to immediately approve the NCAA's $75 million settlement of a lawsuit by college athletes who've suffered head injuries, giving a critic of the accord three weeks to file arguments opposing the revamped deal.
In nearly a decade, the Johnson County's court-mediation program, also called the alternative dispute-resolution program, has doubled its number of cases. Last year, the program took on nearly 700 cases
Joseph Furando and two companies he co-owns have pleaded guilty to federal charges in a biofuels scam that became one of the largest frauds in Indiana history and bilked taxpayers and fuel buyers out of tens of millions of dollars, prosecutors said.