The appeals court agreed with a lower court that the school corporations are prohibited from pursuing “takings clause claims,” which can prevent private property from being taken for public use without just compensation.
A man knocked out by two off-duty Indianapolis police officers during a bar fight and initially awarded more than $1 million in damages could not convince Court of Appeals that the municipality should be held vicariously liable for its employees’ actions.
The Indianapolis Fraternal Order of Police said the confidence vote included input from police officers from every law enforcement agency in Indianapolis and Marion County.
In 2020, occupancy rates at the Conrad dropped “into the single digits” due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The hotel “lost virtually all of its business income” while incurring “additional expenses for cleaning and disinfecting the property.”
Authored by Sen. Sue Glick, R-LaGrange, Senate Bill 1 would enact a near-total ban on abortions in Indiana.
Democratic members of the House and Senate met at the Indiana Statehouse on Wednesday to criticize state Republicans for not meeting on the first day of a special session to address abortion and inflation issues.
Derek Molter is Gov. Eric Holcomb’s second appointment to the Indiana Supreme Court, following the governor’s selection of Justice Christopher Goff in 2017.
The Marion County women, who discovered they were among the nearly 100 “secret children” of a former Indianapolis fertility doctor, have filed lawsuits against the producers of the popular Netflix documentary “Our Father.”
The case was among thousands of complaints filed against Cook that have been consolidated in U.S. District Court in Indianapolis. The number of claims recently topped 10,000, although more than 1,800 claims have been dismissed or otherwise removed.
The Court of Appeals of Indiana decision stems from Zionsville Mayor Emily Styron’s decision to revise the job description of longtime Fire Chief James C. VanGorder.
A bill that would strip a requirement for Hoosier motorists to signal at certain distances before changing lanes or turning advanced in the Indiana Legislature on Tuesday.
Members of the Indiana Court of Appeals haven’t changed their minds in a case involving a fired Anthem executive’s failed appeal of a jury verdict for the insurance company,
Economists thought economic turmoil caused by the COVID-19 pandemic would cause bankruptcy filings to surge. Instead, they’ve plummeted, which is forcing bankruptcy practitioners across the state to cut costs or find other work to fill the void.
Indiana intellectual property attorneys had first-hand experience with the increase of patent filings during the pandemic, as researchers and inventors harnessed their creative skills while quarantining.
The complaint was aimed at Marion County’s pandemic public health orders, which included tougher restrictions on bars and nightclubs in the county than those in most of the state.
A Muncie teacher who sued her employer after being told that her starting salary didn’t need to be higher because her husband had a job has secured a reversal in her favor on her pay-discrimination claims.
The petition, filed March 30 by ACLU of Indiana legal director Ken Falk and attorneys Stevie Pactor and Gavin Rose, argued that individuals held in prisons and jails are highly vulnerable to outbreaks of contagious illnesses.
A man ordered to stay away from all Family Dollar stores in Marion County after his robbery conviction could not convince the Indiana Court of Appeals that his probation order was overly broad.
The combined firm, Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP, will have 1,300 attorneys and consultants in 22 offices, making it one of the nation’s 50 largest law firms. The merger does away with the names of Baker and Daniels, which had been part of the firm’s moniker for 130 years.