Opinions Feb.2, 2015

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The following Indiana Tax Court opinion was posted after IL deadline Friday:
Brandenburg Industrial Service Co., an Illinois Corp. v. Ind. Dept. of State Revenue
Tax. Denies Brandenburg’s request that the Department of State Revenue must disclose its potential non-expert witnesses, but orders the department to produce the two pages of handwritten notes that Brandenburg seeks.  Finds the department has adequately answered the interrogatory and will not compel it to identify any additional potential non-expert witnesses, but the handwritten notes are relevant.

Indiana Court of Appeals
Ind. Dept. of Natural Resources, and Cameron F. Clark as Dir. of the Ind. Dept. of Natural Resources v. Whitetail Bluff, LLC, Rodney Bruce, et al.
Civil plenary. Affirms summary judgment for Whitetail Bluff and other plaintiffs as to whether Indiana law prohibits “high-fence” hunting or allows for the DNR to regulate it. Finds I.C. 4-22-20.5-2 does not prohibit “high fence” hunting of wild animals – in this case, deer, and that I.C. 14-22-1-1 does not confer authority on DNR to protect and manage wild animals that are legally owned or being held in captivity under a license or permit. Chief Judge Vaidik dissents with separate opinion.

Constantine D. Mills, Jr. v. State of Indiana (mem. dec.)
Criminal. Dismisses appeal of sentence because Mills has waived his right to appeal.

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