A bankruptcy judge in New York has approved a settlement that allows the Indianapolis-based airline contractor to set more favorable terms with Delta Air Lines, one of its biggest customers.
A former Wayne Township Fire Department paramedic has settled a civil rights claim for $725,000 after being fired because of two health episodes related to diabetes, her attorneys announced Saturday.
Residents of the Hudson condominium complex are suing the owner after the latest round of problems caused $6 million in damage to the structure.
Regulators have reached a settlement with Smart City Holdings LLC for blocking consumers' Wi-Fi signals at convention centers around the country, including in Indianapolis.
A judge in the copyright infringement case rules for defendant who “took a stand against a plaintiff who was using his knowledge and status as a practicing attorney to file meritless suits.”
The deal would resolve a 2011 lawsuit accusing former Indianapolis businessman Tim Durham of using Fair Finance funds to prop up National Lampoon. He is a former CEO of both companies.
Equifax, Experian and TransUnion struck the settlement with attorneys general in 31 states, including Indiana. It calls for the agencies to pay a combined $6 million to participating states and to adjust a host of business practices.
Takeda Pharmaceutical Co. executives have agreed to pay more than $2.3 billion to resolve lawsuits accusing the company of hiding its Actos diabetes medicine’s cancer risks, three people familiar with the accord said.
Standard & Poor's has agreed to pay about $1.38 billion to settle government allegations that it knowingly inflated its ratings of risky mortgage investments that helped trigger the financial crisis.
Country duo Sugarland, concert promoter Live Nation and 16 other defendants have agreed to pay $39 million to settle claims stemming from the deadly 2011 Indiana State Fair stage collapse, lawyers for the victims and their families.
It's not clear whether the settlement Steak n Shake has reached with St. Louis-based Druco Restaurants will give the franchisee more leeway on pricing.
The defendants in a multimillion-dollar legal dispute over construction defects at Carmel’s tony Palladium concert hall have agreed to settle the dispute, Hamilton Superior Court records show.
The Indiana attorney general’s office has recovered more than $181,000 for the state Medicaid program by joining with other states and the federal government in a fraud settlement.