Justices ruled the town “did not satisfy its burden of proving it had met the statutory requirements for annexing the disputed territory.”
Law enforcement officials who unsuccessfully brought charges against a Hamilton County addiction treatment doctor accused of over-prescribing opiates have been cleared in a civil lawsuit the doctor filed against them.
An Ice Miller partner has been accused of misconduct related to the investigation of a former basketball coach who later was convicted for trying to entice a student into sex.
Because of its stance in the case, the imaging center was not subject to caps on damages that typically would be in place when medical providers opt in to coverage under the Indiana Medical Malpractice Act.
About 2,400 independent drivers for Indianapolis-based Celadon Trucking Services Inc. are seeing the results of a class-action judgment that found the drivers were overcharged for their fuel purchases.
The local office of Cleveland-based law firm Benesch, Friedlander, Coplan & Aronoff LLP plans to close by the end of April. Nearly all of its attorneys are migrating to another firm in Indianapolis.
A former finance company chief with a history of securities law violations has been ordered to pay almost $850,000 in connection with the sale of shady securities based on farm loans.
An Indianapolis lawyer who was suspended for two years after a federal wire fraud conviction in a case involving former Marion County Prosecutor Carl Brizzi will once again be allowed to practice law in Indiana.
A judge recently ruled that IBM Corp. owes Indiana $78 million in damages stemming from the company’s failed effort to automate much of the state’s welfare services.
A Marion County jury deliberated less than an hour before issuing verdicts in a long-running lawsuit by Dr. Randall C. Axelrod, who was removed as vice president of health care management for WellPoint’s Virginia-based east region in July 2006.
An Indianapolis-area chiropractor is among more than a dozen people in Indiana-based investigations and hundreds of people nationwide charged in health care fraud and opioid scams worth $1.3 billion.
A federal judge rejected Durham’s “puzzling” argument from prison for reimbursement of loans and advances he made to National Lampoon Inc., the media company best known for its former humor magazine and the comedy movie classic “Animal House.”
A lawsuit alleging Kroger stores in Indiana have for years knowingly failed to collect and remit state sales tax on hundreds of non-exempt food items and other goods will be heard in state court after a judge denied the grocers’ bid to transfer the suit to federal court.
The deal resolves a northern Indiana family's decade-long legal fight to clear their names after the Department of Child Services falsely prosecuted them for their daughter's death.
The settlements bring the total FedEx has paid resolve driver compensation claims to at least $454 million.
Plaintiffs in the case allege Indianapolis’ sole early-voting precinct is discriminatory and constitutes voter suppression.
A company that sued over Indiana’s unconstitutional vaping licensing law will get an Indiana permit to manufacture e-liquids, and taxpayers will pick up the legal fees for its trouble, a judge ordered Monday.
For many firms, splitting office space and sharing resources is a strategy that makes good business sense. But such arrangements aren’t without challenges.
Judges have an aggressive timeline for making the decision whether to move courts to the Twin Aire neighborhood with the city’s proposed criminal justice complex.