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Business owner ordered to pay $643K for securities fraud

August 26, 2015
Indianapolis businessman Timothy E. Cook and two businesses he controlled must pay nearly $643,000 for defrauding investors, according to a ruling Monday by a federal court judge.

Cook deluged by blood-clot filter lawsuits

July 15, 2015
Patients from around the country have filed 100 lawsuits against Bloomington-based Cook, alleging that some of its blood-clot filters have broken apart, moved or poked through the blood vessel where they are implanted, the inferior vena cava, which brings blood from the lower body back to the heart.

Community Health to pay $20M to settle false claims charges

June 30, 2015
Community Health Network has agreed to pay $20.3 million to settle claims from state and federal authorities that it overbilled for outpatient surgeries, according to an announcement Tuesday from the U.S. Department of Justice.

SEC hits ITT Educational, execs with fraud charges

May 12, 2015
The Securities and Exchange Commission is suing ITT Educational Services Inc. and its top two executives for fraud, the agency announced Tuesday.

Parents of autistic children gird for showdown with Anthem

May 6, 2015
A showdown is brewing over autism therapy in Indiana. After an Elkhart couple with an autistic son sued Indianapolis-based health insurer Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield in April, autism families around the state have started a campaign to get Anthem to change its policy for covering therapy for school-age children.

AIT, former execs rack up nearly $5M in legal costs

April 10, 2015
AIT Laboratories and its former executives have already incurred nearly $5 million defending themselves against charges by the U.S. Department of Labor that AIT founder Michael Evans sold the company to its employees at an inflated price.

‘No relief’ for law school enrollment slump

February 25, 2015
After three down years for law school enrollment, Austen Parrish expected a rebound of applications and enrollment this year at Indiana University Maurer School of Law. But it isn’t happening.

Menard: Toss Hilberts' attorneys for wrongdoing

February 23, 2015
Lawyers for Indianapolis power couple Steve and Tomisue Hilbert are slinging “ludicrous allegations” of witness tampering just to cover up their own wrongdoing, according to the latest broadside from the attorneys representing John Menard, the Hilberts’ former business partner.

Anthem data breach already sparks class-action lawsuit

February 5, 2015
Less than 12 hours after Anthem Inc. reported hackers had stolen data on as many as 80 million current and former customers, Indianapolis attorney Irwin Levin already was preparing a class-action lawsuit against the company.

Menard accused of witness tampering

January 19, 2015
The gritty legal battle between hardware store titan John Menard Jr. and Indianapolis power couple Steve and Tomisue Hilbert now includes this accusation: trying to buy off a witness.
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