A woman who claimed sellers of annuities she purchased over the years committed fraud in misrepresenting fees associated with surrendering the investments lost her appeal of judgment in favor of the defense.
A jilted husband’s lawsuit against a doctor accused of stealing his wife’s love can proceed, thanks to an appeals court ruling in North Carolina that lets people sue their spouse’s lover and collect damages.
Ruling on a matter of first impression Friday, the Indiana Court of Appeals found that family members may enter into an enforceable settlement agreement regarding the distribution of assets from an estate before the testator’s death.
The parents of an 8-year-old Cincinnati boy who hanged himself blame a “treacherous school environment,” alleging in a federal lawsuit filed Monday that school officials allowed and covered up bullying.
An Indianapolis property developer can move forward with his plans to build a gas station and convenience story in the city after the Indiana Court of Appeals ruled Friday the developer was properly awarded a permit for his building project.
Attorneys for President Donald Trump want a federal appeals court to dismiss a lawsuit by protesters accusing him of ordering his supporters to rough them up at a campaign rally in Louisville, Ky. last year.
Indiana beer and wine wholesalers will not be able to also obtain liquor wholesaling permits after the Indiana Supreme Court reversed a trial court’s order issuing a liquor wholesaling permit to an affiliate of Indiana’s largest beer and wine distributor.
The Indiana Transportation Museum has been denied in its request for a federal temporary restraining order against the Hoosier Heritage Port Authority. The ruling likely derails for a second straight year the Indiana State Fair Train excursion from Noblesville to Indianapolis.