Would-be lawyers continue to have a troubled relationship with the Indiana Bar Exam. Only 47 percent passed the exam in February, the lowest rate on record, according to preliminary figures.
U.S. District Judge Jane E. Magnus-Stinson of the Southern District of Indiana also ordered the defendant to pay up to $750,000 in restitution to his victims.
Former Indiana Department of Child Services Director Mary Beth Bonaventura plans to join the Indiana Attorney General’s Office as special counsel Monday, a move that comes about a month after she resigned from her DCS post.
Employers across America paid a record amount in settlements for workplace violations last year, but that isn’t expected to be a trend.
An attorney is planning to ask the state Supreme Court to consider whether a central Indiana county's public defender system is violating the rights of indigent defendants to an adequate legal defense.
In an attempt to reopen his case, Keenan Hauke says Barnes and Thornburg partner Larry Mackey—who is now married to Hauke’s ex-wife—did not adequately represent him.
Attorney Karl Haas worked on some of the Indianapolis area’s biggest real estate projects over past last three decades.
The attorney entered guilty pleas to filing false visa applications on behalf of about 250 clients, collecting $750,000 in fraudulent fees.
An Indianapolis attorney accused of misusing funds in her lawyer trust account can no longer practice law in Indiana after the state Supreme Court accepted her resignation.
Attorneys have started talking to landowners along the Nickel Plate Railroad corridor about their property rights.
The Senate approved Josh Minkler in a voice vote Thursday as the U.S. attorney for Indiana’s southern district, which covers roughly the southern two-thirds of the state, including Indianapolis.
An Indianapolis lawyer who was suspended for two years after a federal wire fraud conviction in a case involving former Marion County Prosecutor Carl Brizzi will once again be allowed to practice law in Indiana.
Norris Cunningham, who has been Hall Render’s health care litigation practice group leader, will become a shareholder and name partner at the Katz firm, which will be renamed Katz Korin Cunningham.
Stephen Schuyler pleaded guilty earlier this month to 15 felony counts, including theft.
The wife of Congressman Luke Messer, a likely Senate candidate, averages a 26.5-hour work week in her $240,000-a-year job doing legal consulting for Fishers, according to timesheets reviewed by The Associated Press.
A Pence spokesman said the vice president and former Indiana governor retained Richard Cullen, chairman of McGuireWoods LLP, to deal with inquiries.
The Indiana Supreme Court has indefinitely suspended Schuyler's law license because he didn't cooperate in the investigation of complaints filed against him.
Prosecutors argue that subpoenas issued by counsel for the nursing home company's former CEO are overly broad and "an abuse of process."