Federal Judge Tanya Walton Pratt on Friday dismissed Circle City Broadcasting’s claims in two separate lawsuits.
A pharmacist convicted of producing and distributing adulterated drugs was not entitled to attorney fees in his case against the Indiana Board of Pharmacy, which was entitled to immunity, the Court of Appeals of Indiana has ruled.
The Fair Housing Center of Central Indiana and Indianapolis-based Rainbow Realty Group Inc. have announced a settlement in a legal fight over an allegedly predatory rent-to-own program.
The plan would let the organization keep operating while it compensates tens of thousands of men who say they were sexually abused as children while involved in Scouting.
The children of divorced parents can’t take their mother’s dog to their father’s home during his parenting time, the Court of Appeals of Indiana has ruled in reversing a trial court’s order.
Employees at Facebook parent Meta Platforms and TikTok developer ByteDance were aware of the harmful effects of their platforms on young children and teenagers but disregarded the information or in some cases sought to undermine it, court filings show.
SoFi Bank argues the moratorium has no legal basis and has cost the bank, known for its refinancing business, millions of dollars in profits.
The Indianapolis-based airline and its flight school have sued a dozen former students the airline says failed to honor their commitment to fly for Republic after graduation.
Stifel is suing a newly-formed competitor firm, Sapient Capital, alleging that Sapient conducted an “orchestrated raid” of Stifel’s 96th Street office, convincing nearly all the employees to jump ship and attempting to bring their clients and their $10 billion in assets with them. Sapient characterizes the situation differently.
After 3 years and 500 court filings, Community Health and feds still wrangling over false-claims allegations
In January 2020, the federal government filed a lawsuit against Community Health Network, alleging the system engaged in a years-long scheme to recruit physicians and pay them huge salaries and bonuses in return for referrals. The two sides are still battling in court.
The case is just the latest one to test the NCAA’s traditional amateurism model—and comes as the organization already faces complicated issues stemming from the advent of “name, image and likeness deals.
The NCAA remains a defendant in dozens of similar cases that argue it should bear some responsibility for the long-term health problems associated with head injuries athletes suffer while playing for their schools.
The state law requires school districts to notify the state Department of Education if classroom buildings are left “vacant or unused.”
McAfee, who played for the Colts from 2009 to 2016, is owner of Indianapolis-based digital media production company Pat McAfee Inc.
Chief Judge Tanya Walton Pratt disagreed, writing in her order that the complaint “is devoid of facts that any defendant acted to create or enhance a danger Chris Beaty otherwise would not have faced.
Johnny Goldfinger, 61, had been a tenured political science professor at Marian University until last month, when the school’s political science program was discontinued.
The settlement comes more than three years after the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filed suit against former Celadon executives Eric Meek and Bobby Peavler.
The state Supreme Court issued an order Monday saying the state Court of Appeals will first consider the case, after a lower court judge in December sided with residents who claim the state’s abortion ban infringes on their religious beliefs.
The saga of disputes among the restaurant’s four founders has a new chapter, with a lawsuit filed last month against one founder by an Indianapolis financial adviser whose allegations offer a different version of events than do previous complaints.