Separately, Indiana’s attorney general is facing calls for records surrounding his decision to remain employed as an adviser to a private company while also holding statewide elected office.
The order concluded a more than year-long disciplinary case involving Larry Mackey’s relationship with the ex-wife of a former client, Fishers hedge fund executive Keenan Hauke of Samex Capital Partners.
Policyholders allege Conseco and its parent companies, Carmel-based CNO Financial Group Inc. and CNO Services LLC, overcharged policyholders through improper premiums and cost of insurance charges.
Nationally, more than 17 million Americans already have cast ballots in the 2020 election, The Associated Press reported Friday, a record-shattering avalanche of early votes.
The discipline case accusing high-profile Barnes & Thornburg partner Larry Mackey of an improper relationship with the ex-wife of former Fishers money manager Keenan Hauke should be dismissed, the hearing officer in his case has recommended.
The filing supports a request for an injunction that would block enforcement of an Indiana law requiring absentee ballots be received by election officials by noon on Election Day to be counted.
A federal appeals court also is being asked to enter an immediate injunction that would permit Hoosiers to vote by mail due to the pandemic.
The case mirrors claims made in a suit the same attorneys filed last month against Indiana University in Monroe Circuit Court.
Attorneys for the man accused of shooting two Indiana judges in a May 1 morning melee in a downtown White Castle parking lot say the evidence is critical to his claim that he acted in self-defense.
Barnes & Thornburg partner Mackey faces discipline hearing over relationship with former client’s then-wife
The Indiana Supreme Court Disciplinary Commission has filed a complaint against Larry Mackey, a titan in the Indianapolis law community and a former federal prosecutor. It alleges he had a romantic relationship with a woman while representing her husband in a high-profile fraud case.
The doctor, an obstetrician and gynecologist, claimed she had been wrongly accused of having alcohol on her breath while on duty.
A not-for-profit tax policy group will make its case in court next month that the public is entitled to know the financial incentives that were offered to Amazon in the city’s unsuccessful bid to lure the firm’s multibillion-dollar secondary campus.
A lawyer elected to the Washington Township School Board in 2018 is ineligible to serve, the Indiana Court of Appeals ruled Monday in an unprecedented decision regarding her home’s location.
Fair Finance fraud felon Tim Durham will get a chance to grill his former trial attorney and call more than a dozen witnesses during an evidentiary hearing into whether he received proper representation before he was sentenced to 50 years in federal prison.
The outcome raises the possibility that former defendants will retaliate and seek the fees and costs they incurred when Richard Bell filed lawsuits against them.
The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals on Wednesday ruled against Karma International LLC, which in 2016 hosted a Maxim men’s magazine-themed party for the 2016 IndyCar race that lost more than $420,000, according to the court.
A judgment in favor a sign company that converted a large billboard in Lawrence to a digital display was reversed on appeal Friday.
Oaktree Apartments, a blighted 19-acre property at the southeast corner of 42nd Street and Post Road with 336 apartment units, has been vacant since 2014.
Whether Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill is officially running for re-election next year has yet to be announced, but the embattled AG claimed his political action committee scored a record fundraising haul in the past two months.
Three attorneys have left Carmel-based Hollingsworth & Zivitz law firm to start their own partnership, the lawyers announced.