An Indianapolis attorney who previously represented one of the nations’ largest consumer reporting agencies may now proceed as counsel on behalf of a plaintiff suing the same agency after a divided panel of the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals determined Indiana Rules of Professional Conduct do not require his disqualification.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services must revisit the issue of reimbursement of a refinanced loan made to a Randolph County hospital after the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals determined the federal agency failed to adequately explain why it rejected reimbursement that loan.
A woman convicted and sentenced in federal court on a charge of conspiring to distribute meth lost her appeal seeking to dismiss state court charges, both of which referenced the same police raid of the hotel where she lived and where the drugs were found.
A couple convicted in a heroin conspiracy will not have their convictions overturned after the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals determined the district court did not err in its rulings on the composition of the jury, jury instructions or sentencing decisions.
The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled in favor of a Louisville-based creditor suing a Scottsburg farm seeking to collect on a debt, finding the farm failed to raise the appropriate defense in the district court.
The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals has affirmed the grant of summary judgment to a California wine and canvas company on a series of trademark infringement claims, finding the original Indiana parent company to the California business failed to prove any of its claims on appeal.
The Allen Superior Court did not err when it allowed the state to amend charging information 17 months after the omnibus date in a Fort Wayne trial because the defendant was not prejudiced by the untimely amendment, the Indiana Court of Appeals ruled Thursday.
A northern Indiana trial court did not abuse its discretion in admitting as evidence marijuana found pursuant to a warrantless search because the defendant in the case validly consented to the search, the Indiana Court of Appeals has ruled.