Republicans who dominate the state Legislature have rejected complaints from Democrats that responsibility for the fraud by virtual schools rests with lax regulations dating from the 2011 GOP-driven state education overhaul.
Indiana, 38 other states, investigating Juul’s marketing of vaping products
Investigators from 39 states, including Indiana, will look into the marketing and sales of vaping products by Juul Labs, including whether the company targeted youths and made misleading claims about nicotine content in its devices, officials announced Tuesday.Read More
Probe casts uncertainty over Gary, Terre Haute casino plans
The casinos’ futures remain up in the air as the Indiana Gaming Commission looks into allegations that a former Indianapolis gambling company and one of its officers were involved in a federal campaign finance scheme.Read More
Alcohol colossus seeking Indiana permit after Supreme Court ruling opens door
Total Wine & More, the nation’s largest retailer of beer, wine and spirits, has applied to the Indiana Alcohol & Tobacco Commission to open a store in part of a former Marsh Supermarkets in Nora.Read More
Selby: AG Hill should get 60-day suspension, no automatic reinstatement
The hearing officer presiding over Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill’s discipline case has recommended that the state’s highest-ranking attorney serve a two-month suspension without automatic reinstatement for violations of two professional conduct rules related to sexual misconduct allegations.Read More
Tuong Quoc Ho, 32, conducted “an elaborate scheme to defraud businesses, consumers, suppliers, financial institutions, credit card holders, credit card companies, and identity theft victims for personal monetary gain,” U.S. Attorney Josh Minkler’s office said in a statement.
A former wealth adviser at David A. Noyes & Co. in Indianapolis has filed a sex discrimination lawsuit against the financial firm and longtime firm executive L.H. Bayley, 84.
The Chapter 11 filing in federal bankruptcy court in Wilmington, Delaware, sets in motion what could be one of the biggest, most complex bankruptcies ever seen. Scores of lawyers are seeking settlements on behalf of several thousand men who say they were molested as scouts by scoutmasters or other leaders decades ago.
Indiana House Speaker Brian Bosma, a Republican who called for Attorney General Curtis Hill’s resignation in 2018, said the prospect of an indefinite suspension causes uncertainty that he hopes the five-member Supreme Court will address in its final ruling.
At nearly every turn, Rod Ratcliff or his companies or his associates have run into questions and concerns about the way they interact with the public officials who make the rules associated with the industry.
In a whistleblower suit, the nurse said Neuropsychiatric Hospital of Indianapolis ordered the staff keep patients for at least 14 days to get more reimbursement from Medicare. The hospital’s owner vehemently disputes the allegation.
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.
Barnes & Thornburg partner Mackey faces discipline hearing over relationship with former client’s then-wife
The Indiana Supreme Court Disciplinary Commission has filed a complaint against Larry Mackey, a titan in the Indianapolis law community and a former federal prosecutor. It alleges he had a romantic relationship with a woman while representing her husband in a high-profile fraud case.
A Carmel-based company is suing the Jelly Belly Candy Co. because it says the jelly bean maker’s packaging is too similar to its own and could cause customer confusion.
Brizzi, who served as Marion County Prosecutor from 2002 to 2010, is one of 15 Republicans to toss his hat in the ring in Indiana’s 5th Congressional District.
The proposal followed the Indianapolis prosecutor’s new policy of not pressing charges for possessing small amounts of marijuana.
Hamilton County Chief Deputy Treasurer Kim Good is pursuing defamation charges against a former co-worker who claimed Good engaged in nepotism and fired her to cover it up.
Hamilton County Chief Deputy Treasurer Kim Good is pursuing defamation charges against a former coworker who claimed Good engaged in nepotism and fired her to cover it up.
Indianapolis-based USA Gymnastics has filed a bankruptcy plan that includes an offer of $215 million in insurance funds for sexual abuse victims to settle their claims against the embattled organization.
The victim, now 18, filed a federal lawsuit Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Indianapolis accusing Carmel Clay Schools and the district’s high school swim coach, Chris Plumb, of allowing her sexual exploitation to continue despite warnings.
The Indianapolis-based insurer said the former senior vice president and general manager of its Commercial Business division violated terms of his executive agreement by taking a position as president and CEO of Health Net LLC of California.
The House has passed legislation that would bar all drivers from having their phones in their hands while driving. House Bill 1070 passed 86-10 on Wednesday. The two-page bill, authored by Rep. Holli Sullivan, R-Evansville, updates a current law passed in 2011 that requires all phones must be used hands-free while behind the wheel of […]
Republican legislators agitated with an Indianapolis prosecutor’s refusal to press charges for possessing small amounts of marijuana are seeking to empower the state attorney general to appoint a special prosecutor to take over such cases.