President Benjamin Harrison’s home in the Old Northside Neighborhood of Indianapolis is now the Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site, and it will be put into the spotlight as part of a new exhibit.
While acknowledging racism exists in the workplace, the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals found a Black nurse’s claim that she was transferred to a lower-paying job solely because of her race was not supported by the evidence.
Law offices are paying very close attention to culture and personalities when courting a merger partner.
Having watched people become intimidated and fearful as they try to represent themselves in court while struggling to understand legal system, Leigh Carpenter jumped at the chance to join what she sees as providing much-needed help.
Allied legal professionals slowly gaining foothold in legal community: Advocates say limited license nonlawyers beneficial to middle class
Utah is one of just four states that allow nonlawyers to obtain limited licenses to provide legal advice and counsel.
The Court of Appeals of Indiana tossed a woman’s complaint alleging malpractice and fraud against an attorney and his St. Joseph County law firm.
Indiana Legal Services, a civil legal aid agency for low-income Hoosiers, will receive $9.24 million in federal money for 2023 — a 15% increase over its 2022 appropriation.
The Hoosier State’s new abortion law, passed weeks after Roe v. Wade was struck down last summer, will go before the Indiana Supreme Court Thursday, becoming one of the first near-total abortion bans in the country to face scrutiny from a state’s justices.
Taking a close examination of state statutes, the Court of Appeals of Indiana has rejected multiple arguments from two foster parents trying to get their foster children returned and found the trial court did not abuse its discretion.
IN justices uphold murder conviction, LWOP sentence after finding child’s behavior did not provoke ‘sudden heat’
The Indiana Supreme Court has affirmed the murder conviction and life without parole sentence of a Grant County woman, finding the child victim’s behavior did not cause adequate provocation to support the defendant’s claim she acted in “sudden heat.”
An attempt by a group of models to force an insurance company into arbitration was blocked by the Court of Appeals of Indiana but ignited a dispute among the appellate judges over how fully the bench should address the arguments raised.
Revisions promised by U.S. News and World Report to how it calculates law school rankings do not appear to have reduced the animosity many law schools feel toward the rankings.
The Indiana Election Commission has found Tippecanoe County officials violated state and federal voter registration laws but noted there is no evidence any individual was prevented from participating in an election as a result.
Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita will have to make public the government’s advisory opinion on his former employment with Apex Benefits after a trial court rejected his argument that the document is confidential.
Falling values: Creativity required for family law attorneys to help divorce clients in uncertain economy
The challenges family law attorneys are facing have been induced by the 2022 economic upheaval.
Andrew Detherage is applying history lessons and putting his own imprint on Barnes, having taken over as the firm’s managing partner on Nov. 9.
Jury awards millions in PPE dispute: Illumination International says collecting money will be a ‘challenge’
An Indiana company that ordered more than 700,000 boxes of medical gloves won a multimillion-dollar verdict against the supplier that failed to deliver, but the supplier’s general counsel claimed, “Everyone was a victim here.”
Brookman might be 1st in filling Indiana federal seats: Experts expect Senate to speed up confirmation of judicial nominees over next 2 years
With the nomination of Magistrate Judge Matthew Brookman to the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana, the Hoosier State might be seeing the first step in filling all its seats on the federal bench for the first time since January 2021.
In rejecting a Tippecanoe County couple’s claim their insurance company failed to honor the increase in their coverage limit, the Court of Appeals of Indiana told the homeowners they should have read their annual renewal certificates.
A split Court of Appeals of Indiana has found for a board of zoning appeals in a fight over whether the replacement and relocation of the supporting posts allowed a freestanding sign to keep its nonconforming status under a local ordinance.