Four Indiana businesses have joined more than 100 major companies in an open letter to President Barack Obama, outlining what
they believe are weaknesses of patent reform legislation now before Congress and voicing concern about its potential economic
NCAA dominates ownership of such familiar terms as ‘March Madness,’ ‘Sweet Sixteen,’ ‘Elite Eight,’ ‘Final Four’
Most intellectual property rights to catchy basketball trademarks belong to the NCAA.
John Erlandson, 63, of Lebanon, holds the patent on a recycled-rubber pencil,
which Staples plans to start selling in June.
It’s time for Indiana to get rid of a law that limits liquor distribution to in-state companies.
Two partners at the Bingham McHale LLP law firm are taking five lawyers with them to form a firm that will concentrate on insurance defense work.
The U.S. Department of Transportation has denied a request by Republic Airways Holdings to continue keeping financial data on two of its airlines confidential. It’s a practice the CEO of JetBlue Airways called “gaming” of DOT rules.
The man who created Phase 10 is suing to yank Plainfield-based Fundex Games’ rights to make and market the popular card game.
U.S. District Court Judge Larry J. McKinney is threatening to suspend counsel for Duke Energy, including its local attorneys,
from practicing in federal court after finding they misled Indianapolis jurors last May in a trial over air-pollution violations.
Milton Thompson, president and CEO of Grand Slam Cos., recently agreed to work with Indianapolis law firm SweetinBleeke and as vice president of corporate affairs for PinPoint Resources, an Indianapolis-based employment agency. Thompson previously worked with Barnes & Thornburg LLP for nearly three years. Thompson will continue to operate Grand Slam, a locally based sports […]
A suburban Cincinnati construction company known for airport and interstate projects alleges the Indianapolis Airport Authority
has failed to pay on a $14.7 million contract to build aircraft parking spaces.
Indianapolis is finally jumping in a big way into the merger mania that’s sweeping the legal profession.