The former majority owners of Fishers-based tech firm ClearObject — including high-profile exec John McDonald — have been sued by investors who bought an 80% stake in the company in early 2019.
Doxly, a local legal tech firm that helps clients collect and manage legal documents through a cloud-based platform, has been acquired by Litera Microsystems, a Chicago-based provider of document-management software.
Indianapolis resident David Betner has been charged by the Marion County prosecutor with multiple felonies related to his business enterprise, Darepoint.
Retired race car driver and former motorsports broadcaster Derek Daly on Thursday filed a defamation lawsuit in Hamilton County seeking at least $25 million from his former employer, WISH-TV Channel 8, and its parent company, Irving, Texas-based Nexstar Media Group Inc.
Mickey Maurer and Bob Schloss have shared ownership of IBJ Corp. for 27 years but decided to bring in Nate Feltman as part of succession plan.
Fifteen employees, including seven attorneys, are leaving the city’s fifth largest law firm—Hall Render Killian Heath & Lyman—to join a much smaller firm bent on growing its health care and litigation business.
Three former presidents of the city’s Capital Improvement Board—Pat Early, Bob Grand and Ann Lathrop—are fighting an effort by attorneys for the IRS to depose them about what they learned about the Indiana Pacers' finances during discussions with the team.
A Pennsylvania ticket broker is suing the Indianapolis Colts over their revocation of his season tickets—a legal skirmish other brokers say appears to be fallout from efforts by the team to gain greater control over the secondary market and thin the ranks of resellers.
A sexual discrimination lawsuit filed by a fired employee of Indianapolis stations WTLC-FM and WTLC-AM has been thrown out by the judge in the case.
IBJ Book Publishing officials have been subpoenaed to testify before a grand jury investigating allegations that a University of Louisville men's basketball program official hired strippers and prostitutes to entertain players and recruits, company officials confirmed Friday.
The biggest showdown looming for fantasy football goliaths DraftKings and FanDuel has nothing to do with which one can nab the biggest share of the exploding daily fantasy sports market. Instead, state and federal lawmakers are taking a serious look at the legality of their services – a move that could put them out of business in Indiana and other states.