The jury’s verdict is the third such courtroom loss for Monsanto in California since August, but a San Francisco law professor said it’s likely a trial judge or appellate court will significantly reduce the punitive damage award.
After a legal battle and mediation, Centier Bank plans to relocate its branch while the owner of the historic tower at Pennsylvania and East Washington streets prepares to revamp it as a swanky hotel.
The former sports doctor whose serial sexual abuse of girls and young women has shaken the gymnastics world was sentenced Monday to a third prison term—this one 40 to 125 years—for molesting athletes at a Michigan gymnastics club.
A Marion Superior Court judge has granted the Indianapolis-based mall giant’s request for a temporary injunction, at least for now preventing Starbucks from closing 77 Teavana stores in its properties nationwide.
Nearly 3,000 people have sued the Bloomington-based device maker, claiming the filters malfunctioned, sometimes piercing organs.
The first case against Bloomington-based Cook Group from patients who say the company’s blood-clot filters malfunctioned is headed for trial this fall in Indianapolis.
Jurors convicted Bob Leonard, 57, on all of the more than 50 counts he was facing. Prosecutors said evidence proved he was involved in the plot with his half-brother and others to use natural gas and a microwave to blow up the house for $300,000 in insurance.
Takeda Pharmaceutical Co. was ordered by a jury to pay more than $2 million to a woman who claimed the company’s Actos diabetes medicine caused her bladder cancer, in the latest of thousands of lawsuits involving the drug to go to trial.
Attorney Richard Bell says he has found about 300 people using a photo on their websites that he took back in 2000. His aggressive litigation against them raises vital questions about fair use and theft in the Internet age.
Both in and out of court Wednesday afternoon, Steve Hilbert was calm but defiant about the allegations made by hardware store owner John Menard against him, describing them as “totally personal” and a “vendetta.”
A skirmish in the ongoing legal war between hardware store magnate John Menard and former business partner Stephen Hilbert will arise in open court on Tuesday, as a trial begins between one of Menard's companies and former model Melania Trump.
Speedway police improperly seized the licenses of as many as 80 cab drivers on the day of this year’s Indianapolis 500, and later charged them $50 each for their return, according to a federal lawsuit filed against the town.
Lawyers for Marsh Supermarkets Inc. and its former CEO will meet Monday on the issue of whether Don Marsh should have to repay the roughly $2.1 million in severance he received from the company.
The panel of nine will begin closed-door discussions Friday afternoon following closing arguments from attorneys representing Marsh Supermarkets Inc. and the former CEO of the company accused of spending $3.3 million of company funds on personal expenses.