The AARP says IPL "perverted" a promise to its retirees regarding post-retirement benefits. The retirees have appealed their case to the Indiana Supreme Court.
Indianapolis Power & Light tilted at wind farm developer by terminating its contract. Now a new agreement avoids the potential
$190 million in damages enXco sought against the local utility.
Two new lawsuits stemming from Broadbent Co.’s financial problems charge company President George Broadbent defaulted
on loans and owes more than $2.6 million.
Just about everyone thinks the Indianapolis law school is a branch of the one in Bloomington. It isn't, and Gary Roberts
confusion reigns as a result.
Widow alleges in a new court filing that a former nurse aide for Melvin Simon stole a confidential medical
log and unlawfully
turned it over to attorneys representing one of Simon's children from a previous marriage.
The jury in South Bend ruled in favor of the Porter County couple and against mall owner Simon Property Management and its
maintenance company, Varsity Contractors.
The deal included a $296 million criminal fine, but no charges against executives who failed to properly report problems with the company's defibrillators.
One of Shelby County’s largest employers is suing NatCity Investments Inc. to try to recover nearly $8 million in losses on
auction-rate securities. Knauf Insulation filed suit in Shelby Superior Court in March, saying NatCity should repay the money
in accordance with a settlement the bank reached with federal regulators in March 2009.
Louis Simpson bilked investors of $948,500 by claiming to operate a program with the Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Acquisition by Indianapolis-based funeral home and cemetery business by Pennsylvania-based company will preserve funds depleted
by former owner.
A Johnson County judge approved the reduced amount, which was agreed upon during mediation. The settlement brings funeral
cemetery business a step closer to being sold.
Marion County Superior Court Judge Stanley Kroh sentenced Brandon Benker to three years in prison and two years in a Community
Corrections program, in which he may be assigned to work release or home detention. Benker stole more than $380,000 from the
group in 2008.