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Owners of Mexican restaurant chain charged with felony theft

The owners of a popular chain of Mexican restaurants have agreed to plead guilty to criminal theft charges and forfeit $4.53 million for failing to report accurate sales figures to the state.
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Feuding Hoosier Momma owners settle lawsuits

The legal battle among the owners of Hoosier Momma LLC has quietly been settled, which has led to the departure of Erin Edds, the founder who concocted the popular Bloody Mary mix.
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Retailers rejected by Supreme Court on debit-card fees

The U.S. Supreme Court, without comment, left intact a Federal Reserve rule governing how much banks can collect for debit-card transactions.
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CNBC's 'American Greed' to profile Tim Durham

The show, which airs at 10 p.m. Thursday, follows Durham’s path from his modest roots in Seymour, Indiana, through his quest to become the world’s richest businessman to his arrest and conviction for running a $200 million Ponzi scheme.
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Law firm merger activity remained strong last year

The number of law-firm mergers and acquisitions across the country fell slightly last year, though marriages in the legal community still remained strong.
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Menard accused of witness tampering

New court documents accuse attorneys for hardware store titan John Menard Jr. of offering to pay a $200,000 legal settlement to a former executive at a Menard-controlled company if he provided helpful testimony in their cases against Steve and Tomisue Hilbert and their friend Lisa Trudeau
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Veteran business lawyer exits large firm for small practice

Wayne C. Turner leaves Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP to lend his name to a business litigation boutique firm, creating Hoover Hull Turner LLP.
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Indianapolis Colts linebacker Josh McNary charged with rape

An attorney for McNary released a statement saying his client "unhesitatingly" denied the allegations and had reported to law enforcement officials in a "respectful and peaceful" manner.
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Rush proposes biz court, makes pitch for e-filing funding

In her first State of Judiciary speech, Indiana Chief Justice Loretta Rush on Wednesday said the judiciary is “currently working on the development of a business court model focused on complex commercial litigation.
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Court upholds $5M cap in Indiana stage collapse case

A three-judge panel rejected arguments by Jordyn Polet of Cincinnati that the liability cap violates the Indiana constitution and that she wasn't treated the same as other claimants who sued the state.
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