The Indianapolis-based alcohol wholesaler had challenged Indiana laws that prevent beer wholesalers from also selling liquor.
The decision in an Indiana case by the full 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals comes just three weeks after a three-judge panel in Atlanta ruled the opposite, which sets up a likely battle before the Supreme Court.
The justices Monday heard arguments in a case involving Carmel-based flavoring maker TC Heartland that could end the reign of the Eastern District of Texas, which handles more than a third of all patent suits in the United States.
The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals on Monday found that parts of the law violate the dormant commerce clause of the constitution.
The court decided in a divided opinion that the information in the white paper in question is protected from public access.
The Indiana Court of Appeals ruling says two former employees who left for HomeAdvisor took confidential information from Angie’s List and failed to return it.
A U.S. District Court judge dismissed the lawsuit last month, saying the complaint did not tie the alleged harm to the raft of Carmel defendants named in the suit.
Attorney General Greg Zoeller said he will ask the Indiana Supreme Court to put on hold a lower court ruling that said the state must grant a wholesaler permit to Spirited Sales LLC, a company affiliated with Monarch Beverage that wants to sell liquor.
The lawsuit was brought by 18 plaintiffs who had been cited under Carmel’s local traffic ordinance, which was deemed invalid by the Indiana Court of Appeals.
The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals called Gov. Mike Pence’s objection to the resettlement of Syrian refugees in Indiana because they may pose a terrorism threat “nightmare speculation.”
The Indiana Alcohol and Tobacco Commission has granted Spirited Sales a temporary permit to sell wholesale liquor after a Marion County special judge denied the state’s request for a stay on her August ruling for the company.
Volvo Trucks North America had requested that the verdict be thrown out, arguing that “no reasonable jury could award damages” based on the evidence presented at trial.
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady’s lawyers asked a federal appeals court for a new hearing before an expanded panel of judges, telling them on Monday that the case involved more than just a silly dispute over under-inflated footballs.
Consumer advocacy groups and professional journalism organizations are asking the Indiana Supreme Court to reconsider a recent decision allowing lawmakers to withhold emails requested under the state's public records law.
A federal appeals court has ruled that New England Patriots Tom Brady must serve a four-game "Deflategate" suspension imposed by the NFL, overturning a lower judge and siding with the league in a battle with the players union.
A federal judge acted properly in sentencing former Subway pitchman Jared Fogle to more than 15 years in prison, prosecutors said in a response to his appeal in which they cited text messages illustrating his multiple efforts to find teenagers for sex.
The Indiana Court of Appeals ruled in December that the city’s local traffic code violated Indiana’s Home Rule act.
The Indiana Supreme Court has ruled that the state is not liable to pay damages incurred by a company that provided stage rigging that collapsed and killed seven people during the 2011 state fair.