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IU Maurer alum bequeaths nearly $8 million to law school

October 4, 2016
IL Staff
An alumnus of Indiana University Maurer School of Law will give nearly $8 million to his alma mater to benefit the school’s Center of the Global Legal Profession through an endowment and a professorship.
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7th Circuit: Schizophrenia meets ‘severe impairment’ requirement for disability insurance

October 4, 2016
Olivia Covington
The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that an undisputed diagnosis of schizophrenia should be considered a “severe impairment,” an opinion that will allow an Indiana man to have another chance to receive disability insurance benefits after he was forced to quit his job because of his mental illness.
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Justices to referee states' dispute over uncashed checks

October 3, 2016
 Associated Press
The Supreme Court of the United States has agreed to referee a dispute between Delaware and 23 states, including Indiana, over more than $150 million in uncashed MoneyGram checks.
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Ex-retailer accused of bilking military settles suit for $800K

October 3, 2016
IL Staff
Indiana consumers, particularly military personnel and veterans, will be receiving nearly $800,000 in restitution after former retailer USA Discounters reached a multi-state settlement for allegations of misleading consumers through deception sales practices.
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7th Circuit affirms order against Pence in Syrian refugee case

October 3, 2016
Dave Stafford
Calling Gov. Mike Pence’s objection to the resettlement of Syrian refugees in Indiana because they may pose a terrorism threat “nightmare speculation,” the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals Monday rejected the governor’s appeal of rulings blocking his bid to withhold federal funding to an agency assisting war victims.
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Social media create potential for ethical violations

October 3, 2016
Olivia Covington
As social media continue to evolve, legal professionals should become increasingly cautious when they log in to various sites.
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E-filing now available in Grant County

October 3, 2016
IL Staff
Electronic filing is now available for more than 40 civil and criminal case types in Grant County, making the northern Indiana county the 18th in the state to adopt the e-filing system.
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High court starts term with no arguments on Jewish New Year

October 3, 2016
 Associated Press
The Supreme Court of the United States on Monday opened an unusual term in an unusual way, diverging from its usual practice of hearing cases on its first day because of the Jewish holiday of Rosh Hashanah.
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Supreme Court won't hear appeal over police stun gun use

October 3, 2016
 Associated Press
The U.S. Supreme Court won't hear an appeal from police officers challenging new restrictions on their ability to use Tasers on people trying to resist arrest.
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Supreme Court rejects appeal under NC racial bias law

October 3, 2016
 Associated Press
The Supreme Court of the United States will not hear an appeal from four former death row inmates in North Carolina who claimed systemic racial bias contributed to their death sentences.
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Supreme Court rejects NCAA appeal of antitrust ruling

October 3, 2016
 Associated Press
The U.S. Supreme Court is leaving in place court rulings that found the NCAA's amateurism rules for big-time college basketball and football players violated federal antitrust law.
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Supreme Court will not re-hear immigration case

October 3, 2016
 Associated Press
The Supreme Court of the United States has declined an Obama administration request to break its recent tie over plans to protect millions of immigrants, when a ninth justice is on the bench.
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Justices suspend City Court judge accused of battering police chief

September 30, 2016
Dave Stafford
Dunkirk City Court Judge Tommy Dale “Chip” Phillips II has been suspended with pay after he was charged with assaulting the city’s police chief, who is also Phillips’ nephew.
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Judge denies state bid to reduce $31 million award against DCS

September 30, 2016
Dave Stafford
A federal judge Friday rejected the state of Indiana’s motion to reduce a jury’s $31 million award last year against Department of Child Services workers and a state police officer for the wrongful removal of a couple’s children and prosecution of their parents.
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St. Vincent loses court battle over $15 million hospital loan

September 30, 2016
John Russell, IBJ Staff
St. Vincent Health has lost a two-year battle over whether it can be reimbursed by Medicare for interest expenses on a $15 million loan it took out to build a new hospital in eastern Indiana.
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Indianapolis man sues Chipotle, others over sign collapse

September 30, 2016
Susan Orr, IBJ Staff
An Indianapolis man who gained national attention after his car was crushed by a Chipotle sign on the north side has filed a lawsuit against the restaurant company as well as the property owner and manager.
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Man who attacked officers not insane during incident

September 30, 2016
Jennifer Nelson
The Indiana Court of Appeals rejected a defendant’s claim that he was insane when he charged at, bit and spit at officers while he was in jail, but that his behavior was a result of his drug withdrawal.
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Posey County man’s convictions for rape, confinement of woman affirmed

September 30, 2016
Jennifer Nelson
The past drug use of the woman who was held against her will for nearly two months and repeatedly raped was not relevant to the criminal trial of the man who abducted her, the Indiana Court of Appeals ruled Friday.
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Hot dog vendor who stabbed man in head loses appeal

September 30, 2016
Dave StaffordMore

Lake Circuit Judge Paras resigning early

September 30, 2016
Dave Stafford
Lake Circuit Court Judge George Paras will leave the bench early after being unseated in May’s Democratic primary by Highland lawyer Marissa McDermott.
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Charge under wrong part of statute reverses conviction

September 30, 2016
Dave Stafford
A man’s conviction of attempted obstruction of justice was reversed Friday by the Indiana Court of Appeals because the state charged him under the wrong part of the statute.
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ISBA House of Delegates rejects non-lawyer equity investments

September 30, 2016
Olivia Covington
The Indiana State Bar Association House of Delegates on Friday overwhelmingly rejected a recommendation to allow non-lawyer equity investments in law firms, saying that the issue needed further study.
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Tax Court dismisses case against Department of Revenue due to petitioner inaction

September 30, 2016
Olivia Covington
The Indiana Tax Court dismissed a gasoline and convenience store company’s case against the state Department of Revenue Thursday, writing that the company failed to respond to discovery requests or take any action in the case for a period of more than two months.
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Sept. 11 families can now sue the Saudis but will it matter?

September 30, 2016
 Associated Press
Just because Congress has allowed Sept. 11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia over claims it had a role in the terror attacks doesn't mean such a case will ever go before a jury.
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Inmate death a challenge for states: How to tell victims?

September 30, 2016
 Associated Press
States have struggled to meet a 2004 federal mandate to notify crime victims of certain events, including an offender's death: Most notifications that an inmate has been released from custody don't mention the inmate's death.
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