Employers across America paid a record amount in settlements for workplace violations last year, but that isn’t expected to be a trend.
Lumber Liquidators, which has three stores in the Indianapolis area, has agreed to resolve claims brought on behalf of people who bought laminate flooring reported to contain unsafe levels of formaldehyde.
Gov. Eric Holcomb on Thursday announced the creation of an 11-member committee that will help determine how to spend the money.
Lenovo will change how it sells laptop computers as part of a settlement reached with federal officials and 32 states, including Indiana.
The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles has agreed to repay motorists more than $62 million it collected in excessive fees to settle a class-action lawsuit.
Anthem Inc. has agreed to pay $115 million to resolve consumer claims over a 2015 cyber-attack that compromised data on 78.8 million people, marking what attorneys in the case called the largest data-breach settlement in history.
Moody’s Corp. has agreed to pay almost $864 million to resolve a multiyear U.S. investigation into credit ratings on subprime mortgage securities. Indiana is one of 21 states getting some of the settlement.
Indianapolis might stand to benefit from a U.S. Department of Justice settlement with two Cincinnati-based banks, which are accused of biased mortgage lending in four cities.
Toyota will pay up to settle a class action lawsuit brought by U.S. pickup truck and SUV owners whose vehicles lacked adequate rust protection. Two of the models were made in Indiana.
An appeals court ruling has cleared the way for Fair Finance Co.'s bankruptcy trustee to revive a lawsuit against one of the company's lenders,a Fortune 500 company with extensive resources. The trustee was able to extract a $35 million settlement from another one of the company's lenders.
The case stems in part from a March 2015 complaint alleging contractor advertising payments influenced ratings on Angie’s List’s website. If approved, most of the settlement money would go to attorneys.
An Indianapolis suburb has settled a lawsuit accusing it of violating free-speech rights when it removed two women's critical comments on its Facebook page.
The founder of AIT Laboratories, along with his insurance companies and bank, will pay back more than $3 million to employees who bought the company from him six years ago at what the government said was an inflated price.
Irwin Union Bank was one of a few Indiana bank casualties of the Great Recession. The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., which sued three former officers in 2013, has reached a settlement with those defendants.
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.