Law

Description goes here

ARTICLES

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.
Read More

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.
Read More

BMV lawyers defend embattled state agency

Lawyers for the Bureau of Motor Vehicles are fighting back in an ongoing legal battle involving overcharges by the state agency.
Read More

Lawsuit filed over Megabus crash near Indianapolis

Four people who were on board a double-decker passenger bus that crashed in Greenwood this week are suing the bus company for negligence.
Read More

U.S. high court: Who best judges fair competition?

The U.S. Supreme Court is set to hear a case over whether U.S. states can delegate the regulation of professions such as dentistry, plumbing, cosmetology and more to boards of practitioners drawn from those occupations.
Read More

Merchandise seized from Indianapolis flea market

Cpl. Brandon Thomas said excise officers had a search warrant for the Liberty Bell Carpet & Flea Market on the city's east side when they seized the items Sunday.
Read More

Local financial adviser sentenced to 10 years

Kevin James, charged in April with securities fraud, mail fraud and money laundering, also was ordered to pay more than $1.3 million in restitution by Judge Sarah Evans Barker.
Read More

Nursing home chain to pay $38M in U.S. settlement

The Justice Department accused Extendicare Health Services Inc. of substandard care between 2007 and 2013 in 33 nursing homes in eight states, including Indiana.
Read More

Marion County judicial election system ruled unconstitutional

A federal judge in Indianapolis has ruled that the statute outlining how Marion Superior judges are elected is unconstitutional. Because a stay has been issued, the ruling will not impact next month’s election.
Read More

AT&T 'cramming' settlement affects 460,000 Hoosiers

The allegations for “mobile cramming” arose after customers complained about charges – usually for $9.99 per month – for “premium” text messages that involved horoscopes, trivia, and sports scores.
Read More