The Marion County women, who discovered they were among the nearly 100 “secret children” of a former Indianapolis fertility doctor, have filed lawsuits against the producers of the popular Netflix documentary “Our Father.”
Andrea Morehead drops discrimination lawsuit against WTHR
The longtime news anchor’s lawsuit alleged that she had been harassed and mistreated by colleagues and managers as she waged a public battle with breast cancer.Read More
Anthem pays $4.5M to Indiana hospitals in ER billing dispute
An arbitrator ordered the payments, and the hospitals say they can claim at least another $12 million from Anthem for tens of thousands of additional claims that it says the insurer has downgraded and not paid in full.Read More
Five families file suit against FedEx, security firm nearly a year after mass shooting
The shooting occurred at a FedEx Ground facility near the Indianapolis International Airport on April 15. Brandon Hole, a former employee, shot and killed eight people within minutes, before turning a gun on himself.Read More
Cook Medical legal battle one of largest in state history
The medical-device maker is vigorously defending itself against a mountain of lawsuits that claim its inferior vena cava (IVC) filters, designed to catch blood clots, are unsafe.Read More
This week’s ruling follows efforts by many states and the federal government to help curb health care costs by restricting or eliminating so-called “surprise billing ” and requiring increased price transparency for consumers.
The complaint says Boone County blocked a resident from the county’s Facebook page after he wrote his voting plans for the May 3 election.
The decision comes just over a month after another Los Angeles judge found that a California law mandating that corporations diversify their boards with members from certain racial, ethnic or LGBT groups was unconstitutional.
Owner of fieldhouse in Grand Park nears resolution with developer of $42M youth sports park in Auburn
Grand Park Fieldhouse’s lawsuit alleges its former president of operations used confidential information from his time in Westfield in his new role as a principal with the developer of a planned sports park in northeast Indiana.
The lawsuit stemmed from a November 2018 incident in which Daniel Cedars, 65, was fatally shot in his doorway around 1:30 a.m. after officers responded to a hang-up 911 call.
Filed Wednesday by The Bail Project and the American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana, the lawsuit alleges a new Indiana law restricting whom it can bail out of jail infringes on its constitutional rights.
Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita’s office said the lawsuit is part of an investigation launched in February into how the organization was using donations from Hoosiers.
Associations and business owners say serial plaintiffs filing dozens or hundreds of cases are increasingly using the 1990 Americans with Disabilities Act to extract tens of thousands of dollars in settlements—and not to promote access as the landmark law intended.
Citizens Energy teams with city, state leaders to announce lawsuits aimed at ‘bad actor’ apartment owners
The landlords are many months and more than $2 million behind on utility bills, putting more than a thousand households at risk of homelessness should Citizens Energy Group cut utility services to the complexes.
The state’s capital city, the suburbs of Noblesville and Fishers and other cities, including Muncie and Franklin, decided to join the statewide settlement after it was made more attractive by a new state law that gives local governments more direct funding and flexibility.
The Indiana Supreme Court heard oral arguments on Thursday from both parties’ attorneys over the merits of who has the constitutional right to call a special session.
A judge on Tuesday dismissed criminal charges against three men prosecuted after a tourist boat sank and killed 17 people, including nine members of an extended family.
Lawsuits filed by students at Indiana and Purdue universities alleging breaches of contract when the schools moved to online learning because of the COVID-19 pandemic will continue, the Court of Appeals of Indiana has ruled.
The consumer protection agency said Tuesday that millions of consumers cannot actually use the free tax-prep software option—two-thirds of tax filers in 2020. They are ineligible, the agency says, if they are gig workers or earn farm income, for example.
The lawsuit alleges Clover Group violated federal accessibility requirements at 38 properties in Indiana, New York, Ohio and Pennsylvania.
Panhandle Eastern Pipe Line LP argues in the lawsuit it needs to acquire new easement rights so it can reroute two pipelines before urgent construction work can begin on Interstate 465 bridges above 96th Street.
The dilapidated Lakeside Pointe at Nora and Fox Club apartment complexes in Indianapolis could see major improvements soon, Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita announced Thursday.
In all, the plan could be worth more than $10 billion over time. It calls for members of the Sackler family to give up control of the Stamford, Connecticut-based company so it can be turned into a new entity with profits used to fight the crisis.