In a lawsuit, the Indianapolis-based seller of class rings and graduation gowns accused Jostens of stealing trade secrets and interfering with employment contracts.
Hamilton Town Center claims that the operator of the now-closed Irish-themed restaurant has reneged on an agreement to sell the valuable liquor, wine and beer permit back to the landlord.
The executive has satisfied the terms of a settlement that extricates him from a $44 million court judgment stemming from a soured business relationship.
Tennessee-based Southeast Financial Credit Union sued Eyler and others in 2015, charging they fraudulently restructured the business to thwart creditors and owe more than $13 million on defaulted loans.
Lawyers representing the state in its ongoing lawsuit against IBM over a canceled $1.3 billion welfare privatization contract have asked for a new judge in the case and moved to void his latest ruling.
IBM breached its agreement with the state in its failed bid to privatize Indiana’s welfare systems, the Indiana Supreme Court ruled Tuesday, more than six years after the state sued IBM over the $1.3 billion contract.
DeWitt & Shrader PC, an Indianapolis-based accounting firm that worked for convicted Ponzi schemer Keenan Hauke, has agreed to settle a state lawsuit, Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson announced Tuesday.
The lawsuit now includes 62 current and former HHGregg employees who claim they were denied incentive bonuses totaling about $5 million.
Both in and out of court Wednesday afternoon, Steve Hilbert was calm but defiant about the allegations made by hardware store owner John Menard against him, describing them as “totally personal” and a “vendetta.”
A skirmish in the ongoing legal war between hardware store magnate John Menard and former business partner Stephen Hilbert will arise in open court on Tuesday, as a trial begins between one of Menard's companies and former model Melania Trump.
“Khris Raye” filed suit for breach of contract and back pay after being fired, and Radio One responded that the former disc jockey violated the station’s policy for altering its playlist.
Judge Sarah Evans Barker issued an order allowing Marsh to keep the severance paid by his former company, which attempted to recover the payments from him. The order ends a four-year court battle between the two parties.
Three franchise owners filed suit last month against Steak n Shake, including two on the same day, challenging the company’s policy that they say prohibits them from setting their own menu prices.
A District Court in Indiana this week ruled that Steak n Shake in 2009 breached its $4.36 million contract with its former advertising agency, Georgia-based Varnson Group.