As of Sept. 15, Greenfield Police had taken about 70 complaints from consumers about the 122-year-old family firm, according to the suit.
Kite Realty sues Oceanaire, Mattress Firm over rent disputes
In both of the suits, Indianapolis-based Kite claims that the retail tenants are in default on their leases because they didn’t pay rent in April, May or June.Read More
Federal judge blocks state panhandling law from taking effect
A federal judge has issued a ruling against a new state law that would have effectively banned panhandling in downtown Indianapolis starting Wednesday, calling it unconstitutional.Read More
Retail real estate scions to battle in court–again
David Simon and Bobby Taubman are battling now in court over whether Simon Property Group is obligated to complete the $3.6 billion purchase of Michigan-based Taubman Centers that it announced in February.Read More
Rival Taubman says Simon has buyer’s remorse on mall merger
Taubman Centers said in a filing alleging illegal termination that rival mall landlord Simon Property Group knowingly assumed the risks of the pandemic at the time their $3.6 billion merger deal was announced.Read More
Claiming the judiciary cannot interfere with church matters, the U.S. Department of Justice and Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill have entered the fight between the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Indianapolis and a teacher dismissed from Cathedral High School.
The competition inquiry, which began last year, focuses on Google’s sprawling search and advertising empire and the extent to which it harms rivals and consumers.
The decision, issued Thursday by U.S. District Judge Sarah Evans Barker, comes just months before a general election in which large numbers of Hoosiers are expected to submit absentee ballots by mail.
The suit involves fees that Circle City is seeking for the retransmission of WISH and WNDY on AT&T’s Uverse and DirecTV cable and satellite services. Circle City filed a similar lawsuit against Dish TV earlier this year.
NRA President Carolyn Meadows labeled Attorney General Letitia James a “political opportunist” who was pursuing a “rank vendetta” with an attack on its members’ Second Amendment rights.
Jarrett and Lauren Silagyi were thrown from the high-powered boat and severely injured in the crash, which occurred when Daniel Towriss of Zionsville drove the boat into a South Florida jetty. The suit accuses him of drinking before the incident, but he has not been charged.
General Motors is asking a federal judge to reconsider his dismissal of a lawsuit based on new allegations that Fiat Chrysler bribed union officials and GM employees with millions stashed in secret foreign bank accounts.
The underwriters claim in the federal lawsuit that the Roman Catholic Archdiocese’s failure to disclose allegations against a suspended priest renders the policy void.
The lawsuit challenges a recently announced directive saying international students cannot stay in the United States if they take all their classes online this fall.
The lawsuit filed in federal court in Indianapolis on behalf of Common Cause Indiana argues that the state law wrongly thwarts voters and political parties from protecting the right to vote.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement notified colleges Monday that international students will be forced to leave the U.S. or transfer to another college if their schools operate entirely online this fall.
Businesses and the organizations that represent them fear a wave of coronavirus-related lawsuits as employees return to work and customers return to stores, restaurants and other public places.
Two women filed the lawsuit after video was released of officers using batons and pepper balls to subdue the women at a protest last month over the death of George Floyd.
The pharmaceutical company said the Roundup settlement would “bring closure to approximately 75%” of the current 125,000 claims against subsidiary Monsanto.
Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar called the decision in federal court in Washington, D.C., “a resounding victory” for President Donald Trump’s efforts to open up the convoluted world of health care pricing.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana filed the lawsuit Thursday in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana on behalf of Indy10 Black Lives Matter and three individuals.
The lawsuit alleges the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department failed to adequately train, screen and supervise officers to prevent them from engaging in excessive or deadly force.
Signaling a legal brawl lies ahead, Taubman said Simon “continues to be bound to the transaction in all respects.”
The Indianapolis-based insurer says the treatments are “investigational”—or still under clinical study—but a California woman claims the electrical stimulation is FDA-approved and supported by numerous studies.