The Fair Housing Center of Central Indiana and 11 partners in other states have reached a settlement agreement with a New York-based operator of senior-living apartments, including several in the Indianapolis area.
American Senior Communities agrees to pay $5.6M to settle false claims allegations
American Senior Communities, the largest nursing home company in Indiana, has agreed to the settlement to resolve allegations that it violated federal laws by submitting false claims to the Medicare program.Read More
Settlement would forgive $6B for defrauded college students
Almost all the schools involved are for-profit colleges. The list includes ITT Technical Institute, which was headquartered in Carmel and shut down in 2016.Read More
With Pittman family suits settled, developments in Carmel, Zionsville to proceed
The five children of late heart surgeon and real estate developer John N. Pittman have reached a legal agreement after years of fighting over the management of their father’s estate. As a result, The Bridges in Carmel and The Farm at Zionsville can proceed.Read More
Anthem paying $594M to settle antitrust litigation, but deal terms might fuel growth
Paying a half-billion-dollar settlement might seem painful, but health care observers say resulting changes to Blue Cross Blue Shield rules are so favorable to Anthem’s growth prospects that the deal is a huge win.Read More
Indiana-based pharmaceutical testing company Inotiv Inc. disclosed late Monday that it expects to incur charges of between $7.4 million and $9.9 million for the previously announced shutdowns of two Virginia animal-breeding facilities.
As part of the settlement, Indianapolis-based Envigo will relinquish 4,000 beagles at a dog-breeding facility to the Humane Society of the United States, or HSUS.
A report says World Wrestling Entertainment impresario Vince McMahon agreed to pay more than $12 million over the past 16 years to suppress allegations of sexual misconduct and infidelity.
The lawsuit remains pending against other major pork producers, including Hormel, Tyson Foods, Seaboard Foods and Triumph Foods, and the Agri Stats database company they allegedly used to share confidential information.
Indiana’s share is part of a $141 million settlement across 50 states and the District of Columbia. Approximately 4 million people across the United States were affected, including more than 98,000 Indiana residents.
A couple who had reached a $2.75 million settlement after an Indiana Department of Child Services family case manager was found to have made false allegations of abuse and neglect is now suing the state for not approving the settlement agreement.
After Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita used the announcement of the landmark $507 million opioid settlement to take a swipe at trial lawyers, one plaintiff’s attorney is hitting back, accusing the state’s top lawyer of nearly scuttling the deal.
The Attorney General’s office reported all 648 political subdivisions in Indiana have joined the settlement, which is part of a roughly $26 billion payout across 46 states.
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.
Under the terms of a settlement signed by the attorneys general of all 50 states, Intuit Inc. will suspend TurboTax’s “free, free, free” ad campaign and pay restitution to nearly 4.4 million taxpayers.
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.
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.
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.
Indiana stands to collect up to $507 million from the deal if communities opt into the state’s settlement under pending legislation in the Indiana General Assembly, according to the state attorney general’s office.
The Fair Housing Center of Central Indiana and 20 other fair housing organizations across the country announced Monday that they have reached a $53 million agreement with Fannie Mae to settle a discrimination suit.
Advocates of the measure say non-disclosure agreements harm families of students with disabilities, while opponents say NDAs are a useful litigation strategy, and their elimination could result in more due-process requests.
The chairman of the company’s board, Steve Miller, said in a statement that the ruling would “delay and perhaps end the ability of creditors, communities, and individuals to receive billions in value to abate the opioid crisis.”
A federal bankruptcy court in Indianapolis on Monday confirmed the settlement between USA Gymnastics and the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee and the hundreds of victims, ending one aspect of the fallout of the largest sexual abuse scandal in the history of the U.S. Olympic movement.
The vast majority of the league’s players—70% of active players and more than 60% of living retirees—are Black. So the changes are expected to be significant, and potentially costly for the NFL.