The court declined to apply the state’s new statute, but found that Lutheran’s physician noncompete agreement was unenforceable, overbroad and unreasonable.
Corteva sues startup rival Inari for patent infringement
The lawsuit seeks to prevent Inati “from continuing its brazen efforts to steal Corteva’s groundbreaking, patent-protected work,” according to the complaint.Read More
Indiana attorney general asks court to block sale of two IPS buildings
His effort is the latest development in the argument over how to interpret the newest version of the state’s so-called “$1 law” that requires districts to give closed school buildings to charters for the sale or lease price of $1.Read More
Legal hurdles loom for U.S. Senate hopeful John Rust
John Rust, a wealthy egg farmer and self-proclaimed gay Christian conservative, is not backing down from his U.S. Senate bid despite facing major obstacles.Read More
Frank Emmert of the IU McKinney School of Law talks about how the legal and ethical questions that will arise from the increasing use of artificial intelligence could test current laws and courts’ ability to untangle the technology.
Steve Buyer was convicted in connection with insider trading involving the $26.5 billion merger of T-Mobile and Sprint, announced in April 2018, and illegal trades in the management consulting company Navigant.
President Joe Biden’s son has also been under investigation for his business dealings. The special counsel has indicated that charges of failure to pay taxes on time could be filed in Washington or in California, where he lives.
The Indiana Economic Development Corp., the state’s job-creation agency, intervened on behalf of the city in an effort to get the lawsuit dismissed.
Over the next 10 weeks, the Justice Department and a group of state attorneys general will argue that Google has illegally abused its monopoly power to run roughshod over rivals, inking deals to ensure dominance.
The lawsuit may serve as an early bellwether of how hard it will be for all kinds of creators—Hollywood actors, novelists, musicians and computer programmers—to stop AI developers from profiting off what humans have made.
When Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita issued the opinion in January this year finding that delta-8 and other hemp-derived products are illegal, law enforcement around the state took note.
Steele—a Carmel High School and Indiana University graduate who covered sports in Indianapolis early in her career—filed the lawsuit against the network and its parent company last year.
A lawsuit filed in federal court by the American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana on Tuesday challenges a new state law that prohibits citizens from being within 25 feet of law enforcement officers.
Indianapolis-based Noble Roman’s Inc., which is battling one of its biggest shareholders over whether to replace CEO Scott Mobley on the restaurant company’s board of directors, is now facing a lawsuit from that shareholder over the same issue.
Former President Donald Trump entered his plea in the federal courthouse that sits just blocks away from where his angry supporters stormed the Capitol in an effort to keep him in power.
The 45-page indictment of former President Donald Trump is informed, in part, by contemporaneous notes that former Vice President Mike Pence kept of their conversations in the days leading up to the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.
The four-count, 45-page indictment accuses former president Donald Trump of three distinct criminal schemes, charging that he conspired to defraud the U.S., conspired to obstruct an official proceeding and conspired against people’s rights.
The petition seeking a rehearing will delay the ban from taking effect as soon as Tuesday while the Indiana Supreme Court considers the matter.
The Biden administration calls it a “student loan safety net.” Opponents call it a backdoor attempt to make college free. And it could be the next battleground in the legal fight over student loan relief.
The complaint says Carmel has lost $16.7 million to Fishers, rather than the estimated $10.2 million, since the original law was enacted. It also estimates Carmel stands to lose more than $39 million through 2026 because of the extension.
The lawsuit said the alleged acts took place while the athletic trainer was under the supervision of Butler University’s senior associate athletic director for student-athlete health, performance and well-being.
A former Wildcats football player filed the first lawsuit against former coach Pat Fitzgerald and members of the school’s leadership on Tuesday. More lawsuits, filed by multiple law firms, are expected to follow.
The wave of lawsuits, high-profile complaints and proposed regulation could pose the biggest barrier yet to the adoption of “generative” AI tools, which have gripped the tech world ever since OpenAI launched ChatGPT to the public late last year.