Courts

COA: Statute of limitations prevents business partner’s lawsuit

April 7, 2016
Scott Roberts
The Indiana Court of Appeals upheld summary judgment for a man who left one business partnership and started another and was later sued, ruling the statute of limitations on the disgruntled partner’s lawsuit had expired on both of his claims.
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Grassley at peace with obstructionist stance on high court pick

April 7, 2016
 Bloomberg News
The Iowa Republican senator who chairs the Judiciary Committee has been at the center of a storm of pressure from the White House, Democrats and grassroots activists across the country to get him to crack and allow the U.S. Supreme Court nomination of Merrick Garland to go forward.
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Uber drivers may add $1B 'bounty' claim as trial nears

April 7, 2016
 Bloomberg News
Uber Technologies Inc. drivers suing to be treated like employees are trying to add $1 billion in penalties under California’s unique “bounty hunter” statute as they prepare for trial in June.
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Judge rules NCAA must go to trial in football death

April 7, 2016
 Associated Press
A Maryland judge is refusing to drop the NCAA from a wrongful death lawsuit involving a Frostburg State University football player who suffered a head injury during practice in 2011.
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Dickson saluted after final Statehouse argument

April 7, 2016
Dave Stafford
Retiring Indiana Supreme Court Justice Brent Dickson heard his final argument at the Statehouse courtroom Thursday, where his fellow justices and those arguing and attending saluted him with a standing ovation.
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COA: Agreed judgment not appealable

April 7, 2016
Scott Roberts
The Indiana Court of Appeals said an agreed judgment is not appealable and reversed a Marion Superior Court decision that ruled in favor of a woman who prolonged judgment in the court so she wouldn’t have to pay $850 in medical bills and fees.
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7th Circuit: No discrimination in firing

April 7, 2016
Scott Roberts
The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed a woman did not suffer discrimination and the company did not retaliate against her for filing a workers’ compensation claim after she was fired for extending her medical leave.
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Planned Parenthood files suit challenging new Indiana abortion law

April 7, 2016
Scott Roberts
The American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana has filed a lawsuit on behalf of Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky challenging the recently enacted legislation that does not allow women to get abortions if the fetus may have a disability or potential diagnosis of a disability.
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COA: Man can keep $25,000 deposit

April 6, 2016
Scott Roberts
A man can keep the $25,000 deposit paid to him after a real estate sale did not through, the Indiana Court of Appeals ruled Wednesday. The contract the parties entered into was enforceable and did not specify financing as part of the sale.
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COA: Woman’s motion in divorce case can stand

April 6, 2016
Scott Roberts
The Indiana Court of Appeals ruled a woman seek to modify a divorce agreement after she found her husband hid more than $1 million in undisclosed assets five years later.
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Patriots fans sue NFL over team's 'Deflategate' punishment

April 6, 2016
 Associated Press
A group of New England Patriots fans have sued the NFL in an effort to recover the first-round draft pick taken from the team as punishment for the "Deflategate" scandal.
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Civil forfeiture defendants file motion to dismiss

April 6, 2016
Marilyn Odendahl
Defendants in a civil forfeiture complaint lodged earlier this year in Marion Superior Court have filed a motion to dismiss on the grounds the plaintiffs and the court lack standing.
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Man can sue prison for failure to protect him

April 6, 2016
Scott Roberts
The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled a prisoner can seek remedies against prison staff who did not protect him from other inmates who were throwing feces at him. It found the man had exhausted all of his remedies before filing suit.
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7th Circuit: State immune from FLSA suit

April 6, 2016
Scott Roberts
The 7th Circuit affirmed that Indiana was immune from a Federal Labor Standards Act lawsuit brought by two Department of Child Services Employees. The court said the state did not give consent for the suit, and thus had 11th Amendment immunity under the U.S. Constitution.
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Indiana State Police trooper sued again over proselytizing

April 6, 2016
 Associated Press
An Indiana State Police trooper faces a second lawsuit accusing him of preaching his faith to citizens while on duty.
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Justices: Man who moved back to Indiana must register as sex offender

April 6, 2016
Scott Roberts
A man who moved back to Indiana in 2013 after he was convicted of child molesting in 1989 must still register as a sex offender, the Indiana Supreme Court ruled Tuesday. His registration does not cause an ex post facto violation nor place an additional punishment on him.
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Motor vehicle accident: Noblesville collision

April 6, 2016
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Pilot evaluating people for pretrial release nears start

April 6, 2016
Marilyn Odendahl
Some Indiana trial courts plan to utilize a risk assessment tool to identify who can be discharged without posting bail.
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Chargemaster rates questioned

April 6, 2016
Scott Roberts
A divided Court of Appeals ruling allowing a patient to view hospital prices may be headed to the Indiana Supreme Court.
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Administrative law ripe for reform?

April 6, 2016
Dave Stafford
Indiana has ordered a fresh look at ALJs and whether panels are preferable to the current system.
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Disability denials draw criticism

April 6, 2016
Marilyn Odendahl
Seventh Circuit questions Social Security Administration’s outdated information, convoluted calculations in several recent decisions.
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Cost to shield Indiana lawmakers over emails hits $160,000

April 5, 2016
 Associated Press
The legal fight to shield Indiana lawmakers from having to release email correspondence with lobbying groups has cost taxpayers at least $160,000.
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Jury: Security firm not liable for $60M heist from Eli Lilly

April 5, 2016
 Associated Press
A security company isn't liable for the theft of more than $60 million worth of prescription drugs from pharmaceutical company Eli Lilly's warehouse in Connecticut six years ago, a federal jury in Florida says.
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Supreme Court: City not immune from injury suit

April 5, 2016
Scott Roberts
The Indiana Supreme Court ruled a city did not meet the requirements of the Indiana Tort Claims Act, and as such does not have immunity in a suit filed by a woman who fell in a city street and broke her leg.
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Supreme Court affirms second-degree murder charge, life in prison

April 5, 2016
Scott Roberts
The Indiana Supreme Court said admission of an autopsy report and testimony by a pathologist who did not complete the report was not a violation of a man’s Sixth Amendment right to cross-examination and thus affirmed the trial court’s conviction of second-degree murder.
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