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Law school enrollment plummets to 27-year low, ABA says

Total law school enrollment at the 204 accredited schools is 119,775, a 6.9-percent decrease from last year and an 18-percent decrease from its record high in 2010.
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Plucky owners reclaim, renew famous Hoosier trademarks

The new owners of Roselyn Bakery, Choc-Ola chocolate drink and Champagne Velvet beer got dormant but potent brands back on store shelves.
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Federal judge rejects NCAA concussions deal

A federal judge in Chicago rejected a proposed $75 million class-action head injury settlement with the NCAA on Wednesday, portraying the deal as too unwieldy and potentially underfunded and urging both sides to go back to the drawing board.
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Indiana high court issues order upholding labor law

The Indiana Supreme Court has issued an order throwing out the last remaining constitutional challenge to Indiana's right-to-work law banning mandatory union fees.
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Ohio girl hurt at fair challenges Indiana damages cap

Attorneys for a 13-year-old Ohio girl hurt when a stage collapsed at the Indiana State Fair argued Monday that the state's cap on liability damages is unconstitutional and should be thrown out by the Indiana Court of Appeals.
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Fishers fraudster receives 2-year prison sentence

Hrond Arman Gasparian, 69, was convicted of 10 counts of wire fraud in schemes that included stealing $400,000 from an Indianapolis church.
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Muncie judge faces state disciplinary charges

The state commission that oversees judicial conduct has filed 13 disciplinary charges against a Muncie City Court judge, including abuse of judicial power, repeated violations of statutes and court rules, and injudicious public conduct.
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Indy dentist accused of $260,000 in false claims

Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry said Dr. Bernice Avant was charged Thursday with one count of Medicaid fraud and four counts of theft.
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Covance shareholder sues over $6.1B LabCorp deal

A Covance Inc. investor contends in a lawsuit that the drug-testing company’s board erred in relying on what the shareholder called Goldman Sachs Group Inc.’s conflict-tainted advice. Covance has major laboratory operations in Indianapolis.
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IBM, Indiana to mediate welfare contract dispute

IBM Corp. and the state of Indiana are turning to mediation in hopes of settling their dispute over IBM's failed attempt to privatize Indiana's welfare services.
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