Tony Paganelli leads his firm as the only principal, removing the pressure of running a law firm from the other attorneys and instead enabling them to have the same work-life balance he was seeking four years ago.
The state of Indiana must return $30,000 that was seized as part of a suspected drug trafficking scheme after the Indiana Court of Appeals ruled Wednesday the state failed to prove the money could reasonably be considered to be the proceeds of drug trafficking.
A judgment for owners of a property wrongly redeemed after a tax sale was affirmed in part by the Indiana Court of Appeals Wednesday, with Judge Terry Crone appropriating a Kenny Rogers classic to introduce a 31-page decision that reduced the attorney fees and other relief to which owners were entitled.
An Indiana couple that moved to Florida in 2008 is not required to pay additional Indiana income tax on income earned while remotely working for an Indiana company after moving south, the Indiana Tax Court ruled Tuesday.
An Indiana district court has denied summary judgment to a South Bend police officer accused of using excessive force against a citizen, finding a dispute exists as to whether the officer’s actions were protected by qualified immunity.
President Donald Trump signed an executive order Tuesday that’s designed to streamline the approval process for building roads, bridges and other infrastructure by establishing “one federal decision’’ for major projects and setting an average two-year goal for permitting.