According to a complaint, Darrin Blaine presented himself to investors as a seller of securities, despite not being registered with the state’s Securities Division. He allegedly obtained $680,000 from investors and used the funds for his personal lifestyle expenses.
A Hendricks Superior Court judge has found the Indiana Department of Child Services in civil contempt for failing to search the emails of its current and former directors in a case involving a 4-year-old who was killed.
Indiana election law’s silence on corporate contributions to independent-expenditure political action committees means such contributions are prohibited or otherwise limited, a split Indiana Supreme Court has ruled.
The 2023 annual summit, next Thursday and Friday, will serve as the launch for a yearlong series called “AI in the Legal Industry: An ISBA Series Presented by LexisNexis.”
The former University of Southern California star running back is suing the Indianapolis-based NCAA over a 2021 statement from college sports’ governing body about a “pay-for-play arrangement.”
Proponents of the bill hope better pay will increase jury turnout and lead to getting more attentive jurors.
The children of divorced parents can’t take their mother’s dog to their father’s home during his parenting time, the Court of Appeals of Indiana has ruled in reversing a trial court’s order.
Duke Energy will be able to proceed with a nearly $2 billion economic development plan after the Court of Appeals of Indiana ruled a regulatory commission’s approval met the requirements of state law.