Indianapolis-based Simon Property Group must face an antitrust lawsuit from South Bend-based Holladay Properties, a federal judge has ruled.
A federal judge rejected ex-attorney and convicted fraudster William Conour’s bid to reduce his prison sentence Wednesday but lifted the condition of supervised release after he serves his time.
An Indianapolis attorney said he will be assisting the family of late former NFL player Lawrence Phillips document brain injuries that might have contributed to his death in a California prison this week.
Indiana Chief Justice Loretta Rush said the scourge of drug abuse is being seen statewide, but problem-solving courts are helping communities deal with the crisis.
Former Indianapolis attorney William Conour claims in a jailhouse motion he filed Thursday that the judge who sentenced him to 10 years in prison for wire fraud appears to be biased in favor of prosecutors and must be removed.
An Indianapolis lawyer was disbarred for stealing from clients, “disclosing client confidences for purposes of both retaliation and amusement, threatening and intimidating his office staff (and) lying pervasively to all comers,” the Indiana Supreme Court said.
Convicted fraudster and ex-attorney William Conour has asked a judge to free him from prison less than two years into his 10-year sentence for defrauding dozens of clients of nearly $7 million.
Arrestees in the county have filed a class-action lawsuit against judges and public defenders there, claiming they haven’t received the representation they are legally owed.
Indiana’s largest cemetery illegally made direct solicitations to people in hospitals, mental health facilities and other care settings, alleges a class-action lawsuit filed Monday in Indianapolis.
The federal ruling throws out a 40-year-old system that ensured an even split of Democratic and Republican judges and facilitated a pay-to-play party slating system.
The former director of an Indianapolis-based foundation created by ex-Subway pitchman Jared Fogle will spend from 15 years to 35 years behind bars for child sex crimes, according to a plea agreement reached Tuesday with federal prosecutors.
Whether three competing Indianapolis-area Toyota dealers may block the relocation of another Toyota franchise from Anderson to Noblesville divided a panel of the Indiana Court of Appeals on Thursday.
The former president and CEO of Junior Achievement of Indiana lost his appeal Tuesday after the Indiana Supreme Court ruled the complaint was filed after the statute of limitations had expired.
Indianapolis attorney Charles Blackwelder already has pleaded guilty to a real estate scam in Hamilton County that involved more than 300 elderly Hoosiers.
A judge in the copyright infringement case rules for defendant who “took a stand against a plaintiff who was using his knowledge and status as a practicing attorney to file meritless suits.”
The proposed criminal justice center deal before the Indianapolis City-County Council will be just the first of at least two long-term, multi-million dollar contracts. A second is expected to increase total construction costs by $35 million to $54 million.
Several opponents, meanwhile, say the decision should be made by a referendum rather than a vote of the Indianapolis City-County Council, currently scheduled for April 20.