Tom Froehle, who has led one of largest law firms in Indianapolis through two mergers, will be stepping down next year as co-chair of Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath.
A former legislator currently in prison for filing a false tax return as part of a scheme that illegally funneled casino money into a failed 2016 congressional campaign has been suspended from practicing law in Indiana for at least a year and a half.
Rather than submitting legitimate vendor expenses, Carla Burke allegedly issued 312 checks to herself totaling $976,773. Investigators said she used the stolen funds for her own personal expenditures, including gambling at several casinos.
The special election announcement came almost one week after Walorski died in a northern Indiana car crash. Her funeral will be held Wednesday.
Embattled Crawford Circuit Court Judge Sabrina R. Bell, who was previously disciplined for her role in a shooting in downtown Indianapolis, has resigned following her arrest for allegedly hitting her ex-husband in front of their children.
The long-debated question of whether cameras should be allowed in the courtroom is up for conversation in a proposed rule before the Indiana Supreme Court, which is asking for public feedback on the matter.
Legal aid providers around the state that offer civil legal assistance to low-income Hoosiers have received a financial boost totaling more than $2.5 million from the Indiana Bar Foundation.
Katz Korin Cunningham, a fixture in the Indianapolis legal market since 1994, has merged with Stoll Keenon Ogden PLLC, a regional law firm based in Kentucky, the firms announced Tuesday.
The Attorney General’s office reported all 648 political subdivisions in Indiana have joined the settlement, which is part of a roughly $26 billion payout across 46 states.
Herron Classical Schools said the former Salvation Army of Indiana Divisional Headquarters building next to the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis will become the permanent home of Herron Preparatory Academy.
Christiana Ochoa, who is currently the executive associate dean of the law school, will start her tenure as interim dean July 1.
Sabrina R. Bell of the Crawford Circuit Court announced Wednesday that she was ending her reelection campaign, just weeks before the May 3 primary election. Bell was first elected in November 2016.
The shooting occurred at a FedEx Ground facility near the Indianapolis International Airport on April 15. Brandon Hole, a former employee, shot and killed eight people within minutes, before turning a gun on himself.
The courts had planned to move at the end of 2021 or early 2022, but COVID-related delays changed those plans.
Quentin G. Cantrell is accused of climbing down a wall and entering the Capitol building during the riot.
Visitors of the federal courthouses in the Southern District of Indiana won’t be required to wear face coverings or socially distance while entering and occupying public spaces beginning next week.
The executive committee of the courts issued an executive order Thursday, continuing all jury trials until after Jan. 28.
Marion County Prosecutor Ryan Mears, a Democrat, filed his candidacy to retain his office on Wednesday. His announcement came one day after Republican Cyndi Carrasco, former deputy general counsel for Gov. Eric Holcomb, announced her candidacy.
Judges in Allen, Delaware, Lake, Tippecanoe and Vanderburgh counties are participating in the four-month broadcasting pilot project beginning Dec. 1.
In his new role, Michael Millikan plans to prioritize the continued expansion of the firm’s existing offices, the exploration of new markets, and the development and implementation of a new strategic plan.