The lawsuit alleges that certain Kia and Hyundai models lack the industry-standard technology needed to prevent the vehicles from being stolen.
In an organized effort to create as many as 6,000 new items per day, Shein—which has major operations near Indianapolis— uses a “byzantine shell game of a corporate structure” to rip off designers, the lawsuit claims.
The complaint lists problems alleged by seven residents involving repairs that were never made, incorrect bills that caused financial hardship, and general difficulties in contacting and dealing with management.
The Lawrence Common Council approved a budget in September 2021, but the mayor’s administration did not submit it to the state by the deadline. That meant the city in 2022 had to operate under the previous year’s budget.
A civil rights group is challenging legacy admissions at Harvard University, saying the practice discriminates against students of color by giving an unfair boost to the mostly white children of alumni.
At least six separate lawsuits have been filed this month in U.S. District Court in Indianapolis against Apria Healthcare LLC. Most of the suits are seeking class-action status on behalf of the 1.8 million people whose information was hacked by an unauthorized third party.
Amazon was sued Wednesday by Federal Trade Commission, which accused the company of using deceptive designs, known as “dark patterns,” to deceive consumers into enrolling in the Prime program.
The largest U.S. newspaper publisher by total daily circulation alleges in the suit that Google controls how publishers sell their ad slots and forces them to sell an increasing amount of ad space to Google at lower prices.
A federal judge is allowing three central Indiana women who discovered they were among the nearly 100 “secret children” of a former fertility doctor to move ahead with their lawsuit.
An Indianapolis woman is suing Community Health Network after the hospital system mailed her test results to the wrong person and that person posted the information on Facebook.
The federal lawsuit filed on behalf of an IPS teacher claims that, in addition to First Amendment violations, the legislation is overly broad, as neither “instruction” nor “human sexuality” is defined.
The Federal Trade Commission voted to file charges in two separate cases Wednesday that could also force the company to delete certain data collected by its popular internet-connected devices.
Under the agreement, Lilly has agreed to continue its cap on out-of-pocket costs for its users at $35 a month for four years.
The lawsuit alleges that Google holds a virtual monopoly in online advertising that works to the detriment of consumers.
The Indiana Economic Development Corp. said it was helping federal agents organize an October 2020 seizure of what they said was a counterfeit product. That hasn’t stopped the company from suing the IEDC for the mask shipment’s full purchase price.
The eye-popping figure—the largest publicly disclosed monetary settlement ever in an American defamation action—averted what could have been an even costlier outcome for Fox and its parent company, Fox Corp.
The Indiana Secretary of State is investigating multiple complaints it has received against Roger Dobrovodsky and/or his business entities, which include EDU Financial Strategies, EDU Holding Trust, EDU Trust Services LLC and EDU Wealth Advisors LLC.
The federal suit was filed by the son of a man killed in the 2021 mass shooting at an Indianapolis FedEx facility and two survivors against the distributor of the 60-round magazine used by the gunman, who fatally shot eight people before killing himself.
The judgment also bars Eric Meek and Bobby Peavler from serving as an officer or director of a public company for the next three years.
Under a proposal announced Tuesday, a Johnson & Johnson subsidiary will re-file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and seek court approval for a plan that would result in one of the largest product-liability settlements in U.S. history.