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Former western Indiana town marshal sues, seeks job back

November 30, 2015
 Associated Press
The former town marshal for a western Indiana community is suing town board members, seeking back pay and his job back.
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L-3 Communications sued by US over defective gun sights

November 24, 2015
 Bloomberg News
The U.S. government has sued L-3 Communications Corp. for fraud, claiming it knowingly supplied the military and law enforcement with thousands of defective holographic weapon sights that malfunction in hot, cold and humid conditions.
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Lawsuit: Indy used car dealer deceived consumers

November 24, 2015
IBJ Staff
Indianapolis used car dealer Circle City Auto Exchange Inc. and two of its affiliates were sued by the state Monday for allegedly selling “total loss” vehicles to customers without disclosures, charging unfair prices and offering "useless" warranties, the Indiana attorney general's office announced.
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Indiana governor faces lawsuit for blocking Syrian refugees

November 24, 2015
 Associated Press, IL Staff
A lawsuit challenging the Indiana governor's decision to stop state agencies from helping resettle Syrian refugees alleges that the action wrongly targets the refugees based on their nationality and violates the U.S. Constitution and federal law.
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Man exonerated after serving 34 years in prison files suit

November 24, 2015
 Associated Press
A California man who was exonerated of murder after serving 34 years of a life sentence has filed a federal lawsuit against Ventura County, the district attorney's office and the sheriff's office.
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Oracle says judge's expert biased in $1B Google-Java case

November 20, 2015
 Bloomberg News
Oracle Corp. says it can’t get a fair shake from an economics professor serving as a damages expert in its billion-dollar court battle with Google over the Java platform.
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Lawyers say Marion County certified mail notice is broken

November 18, 2015
Dave Stafford
Attorneys filing collections cases in Indianapolis say they’re at their wits’ end trying to determine whether summonses have been served on defendants long after cases have been opened.
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Suit: Nonprofit took improper fees from special needs trusts

November 17, 2015
 Associated Press
An Indianapolis nonprofit is accused in a lawsuit of taking millions of dollars in excessive fees from trusts owned by people with disabilities.
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Texas A&M sues NFL's Colts for '12th Man' trademark offense

November 13, 2015
 Associated Press
Texas A&M University filed a federal lawsuit Thursday against the NFL's Indianapolis Colts that university officials say is meant to protect their 12th Man trademark.
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Former officer charged with murder sues over representation

November 11, 2015
 Associated Press
A former South Carolina police officer charged with murder in the death of an unarmed black motorist is suing a police association, saying the group failed to provide the legal representation he paid for under an insurance plan.
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Firm files class action over lower corn prices

November 11, 2015
Jennifer Nelson
An Indiana law firm has filed a class-action lawsuit against one of the world’s largest seed and agrochemical companies in an effort to allow more time for individual farmers to sue the company after corn prices plummeted last year.
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Escort lawsuit: 5 women join suit against Katina Powell

November 10, 2015
 Associated Press
Five women have joined a lawsuit filed against escort Katina Powell and say she falsely alleges in her book that they participated in prostitution at the University of Louisville.
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Justices: Personalized licenses plates are government speech

November 6, 2015
Jennifer Nelson
The Indiana Supreme Court Friday upheld the Bureau of Motor Vehicles’ process for approving or denying requests for personalized license plates after finding the plates are government speech. A Marion County judge ruled last year the statute governing personalized license plates is unconstitutional.
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Woman heartbroken by lawsuit filed by Notre Dame student

November 6, 2015
 Associated Press
An academic coach fired by the University of Notre Dame after a student accused her of coercing him into having unwelcome sexual encounters with her daughter issued a statement Thursday describing what happened as merely a breakup and saying her family is heartbroken he chose to harm them in such a public manner.
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Supreme Court justices hint they may limit consumer lawsuits

November 3, 2015
 Bloomberg News
A divided Supreme Court of the United States indicated it may put limits on consumer lawsuits, questioning arguments by a man seeking to sue over what he says is an error-riddled Internet profile.
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Federal jury to settle bitter battle between corn syrup, sugar

November 3, 2015
 Associated Press
Big Sugar and Big Corn face off in federal court in Los Angeles this week in a bitter, multibillion-dollar battle of sweeteners that boils down to a mix of science, semantics and marketing.
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SCOTUS won't accept appeal in anti-gay defamation verdict

November 2, 2015
 Associated Press
The  Supreme Court of the United States Monday rejected an appeal from a former lawyer for the state of Michigan who lost a defamation lawsuit filed by a gay student at the University of Michigan.
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High court won't hear appeal over use of Bob Marley's image

November 2, 2015
 Associated Press
The Supreme Court of the United States Monday rejected an appeal from clothing companies that claim they have legal rights to sell shirts with the image of reggae icon Bob Marley.
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FanDuel sued by former Colt over use of name, image

November 2, 2015
 Bloomberg News
Fantasy-sports gaming site FanDuel Inc. has been sued by former Indianapolis Colts receiver Pierre Garcon over the use of his name and image, which he claims was done without his permission.
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Ohio county settling suit over morgue body mix-up for $165K

October 29, 2015
 Associated Press
A county has reached a $165,000 settlement with two families over a body mix-up at a morgue that led to one Indiana man being incorrectly cremated and another man entombed in his place.
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Southern Indiana companies sue New Albany over road changes

October 29, 2015
 Associated Press
Eight companies are suing New Albany, alleging that changes made last year to a major thoroughfare in the southern Indiana city have made the road narrow and unsafe.
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Marion County auditor sues city, BlueIndy over car-sharing contract

October 27, 2015
Hayleigh Colombo
Marion County Auditor Julie Voorhies sued the city of Indianapolis on Monday over its contract with BlueIndy, saying the city illegally paid $6 million to the electric car-sharing service.
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Court rules for IPS in ex-employee’s 'Moorish Christmas' suit

October 23, 2015
Dave Stafford
An ex-Indianapolis Public Schools employee and minister fired after repeated complaints of physical altercations with students lost his federal discrimination lawsuit that claimed in part he was fired for religious reasons, including his request to be allowed off work to observe “Moorish Christmas.”
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Louisville student sues author, IBJ publishing unit over book

October 23, 2015
IBJ Staff, J.K. Wall
Indianapolis-based IBJ Book Publishing LLC and author Katina Powell have been sued by a University of Louisville student who claims her career prospects have been damaged by Powell’s book, which alleges Powell supplied strippers and prostitutes to the Louisville men’s basketball program.
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Lawsuit: School squelched workers' rights over online posts

October 22, 2015
 Associated Press
A federal lawsuit has been filed on behalf of two Indiana school cafeteria workers who were disciplined after posting concerns about school spending on social media.
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