Indiana will receive more than $7.6 million from the settlement with Publicis Health to help address the opioid crisis.
Cummins agrees to pay nearly $1.7B to settle federal Clean Air Act investigation
Cummins has reached an agreement with the U.S. Department of Justice and will pay $1.675 billion—the largest Clean Air Act settlement in history—to resolve allegations that the company violated the Clean Air Act by installing “defeat devices” in some of its pickup truck engines.Read More
Purdue agrees to pay $737,391 to settle claims over former professor’s research
The settlement involves a former Purdue professor who was accused of falsifying and fabricating data related to federally funded research. After researching the allegations, Purdue said it agreed the federal research funding should be returned.Read More
Corteva, two other companies reach $1.2B settlement over ‘forever chemicals’ in water
The pollutants, polyfluoroalkyl and perfluoroalkyl substances—commonly known as PFAS—can be found in many industrial and cosmetic products and have been linked to infertility, thyroid disorders and several types of cancer.Read More
Wilshaw developer admits withholding info about SEC troubles
Town of Speedway officials and residents on Monday night learned a development firm involved in its long-delayed $36 million Wilshaw hotel project purposely withheld details of a settlement reached last year with federal securities regulators.Read More
3M has started paying out its $6 billion settlement to U.S. service members who say they experienced hearing loss or other serious injuries after using faulty earplugs made by the company at its Indianapolis subsidiary.
The agreement hammered out with state and local governments and victims would provide billions of dollars to combat the opioid epidemic. The decision also has implications for other major product liability lawsuits settled through the bankruptcy system.
The settlement involving DuPont, the Chemours Co. and Indianapolis-based Corteva Inc. resolves Ohio’s claims relating to releases of manmade, fluorinated compounds known as PFAS.
Ingredion to pay $1.1M penalty, invest $7M to settle claims of Clean Air Act violations at Indianapolis plant
The maker of sweeteners and other food components will pay a civil penalty of $1.1 million and implement measures to reduce and offset emissions at a cost of nearly $7 million.
Almost a year after distributions started from the National Opioid Settlement, only $7.1 million has been put to use so far in Indiana as local units of government wrestle with how to make the most of the payments.
Fundraising software company Blackbaud agreed Thursday to pay $49.5 million to settle claims brought by the attorneys general of 49 states and Washington, D.C., related to a 2020 data breach that exposed sensitive information from 13,000 not-for-profits.
The lawsuit was filed in 2021 over the tech giant’s alleged monopolistic control of app distribution for the software that runs most of the world’s cellphones.
The settlement would avert a potentially much larger liability that 3M sought to curb through a controversial bankruptcy case involving Indianapolis-based Aearo Technologies that ultimately collapsed.
The game was called off shortly before the scheduled starting time because of safety issues with the turf at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium.
A federal judge said the proposed settlement in a class-action lawsuit prompted by a surge in Hyundai and Kia vehicle theft fails to provide “fair and adequate” relief to vehicle owners.
The deal would compensate water providers for pollution with per- and polyfluorinated substances, known collectively as PFAS—a broad class of chemicals used in nonstick, water- and grease-resistant products such as clothing and cookware.
This year is the second year Indiana has received money from a national settlement with opioid distributors and manufacturers for opioid-related harms.
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.
Millions of Americans who qualified for free tax services—but were instead deceived into paying TurboTax for their returns—will soon get settlement checks in the mail.
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.
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.
Indianapolis-based utility AES Indiana has agreed to reduce the amount it will charge customers for costs related to the breakdown of its newest power plant from $71 million to $13.7 million under a settlement agreement approved Wednesday by state regulators.
The bank had been operating under a settlement agreement since 2019, after the U.S. Department of Justice accused the bank of engaging in discriminatory lending practices.