Muncie-based First Merchants Bank and the U.S. Department of Justice have agreed to end a settlement agreement that had been put in place in 2019 after the bank was accused of discriminatory lending practices in certain Indianapolis neighborhoods.
Indianapolis tech entrepreneur Bill Oesterle has been awarded $7.2 million by an Iowa court that found he had been defrauded by an auto repair shop he hired to restore several classic cars.
The professional networking site LinkedIn has sent a cease-and-desist letter to Indianapolis-based tech company Kennected, accusing it of engaging in multiple violations of LinkedIn’s user agreement.
An arbitration panel has ordered Indianapolis-based firm Sanctuary Wealth and its predecessor firm, David A. Noyes & Co., to pay $2.06 million in compensatory damages to former Noyes CEO Mark Damer to resolve a yearslong dispute over Damer’s termination.
The Promus Wealth Management Group moved from UBS Financial Services Inc. to RBC Wealth Management late last month. Now, UBS has sued seven members of that team, alleging that they have improperly contacted UBS clients in hopes of luring them to RBC.
Indianapolis-based Aearo Technologies LLC’s recent bankruptcy filing won’t shield its corporate parent 3M Co. from the massive flood of product-liability lawsuits over Aeros’ military earplugs, a judge has ruled.
In an uncommon turn of events, all fraud charges against two former Celadon Group Inc. executives have been dropped, ending a federal criminal case that had been ongoing for more than two years.
The Indianapolis-based Fair Housing Center of Central Indiana and 11 partner organizations have reached a settlement with a New York-based property owner in a lawsuit over disability-access issues at 50 different senior-living properties, including three in central Indiana.
Inotiv Inc., a West Lafayette-based pharmaceutical testing company, has seen its stock price soar — and later plunge — following its announcement last fall that it planned to acquire Indianapolis-based Envigo RMS LLC, which breeds and sells animals used in lab testing.
Challenger Diego Morales’ campaign to defeat Gov. Eric Holcomb’s appointee for Indiana secretary of state succeeded on Saturday, when Indiana Republican Party delegates nominated Morales to be their candidate in November’s general election.
Former powerhouse Merrill Lynch broker Thomas Buck, who was released from prison in January after serving time for securities fraud, has been ordered to pay $7.5 million in damages to a former client who says Buck mismanaged her investments.
A Fishers man is facing a tangle of legal issues related to accusations that he was involved in the nationwide sale of more than $230 million in questionable financial products.
A former employee of Carmel-based Seven Corners Inc. has been sentenced to 30 months in federal prison for her role in a scheme that defrauded the insurance company out of more than $588,000.
The former customer service manager at the New Augusta Post Office branch on the northwest side of Indianapolis is facing federal criminal charges in connection with the theft of $1.7 million in checks from the branch over a 13-month period that ended in mid-2021.
The ongoing pandemic has created another delay in the long-pending fraud trial of two former Celadon Group Inc. executives.
Purdue University’s Purdue Research Foundation is suing Google LLC over Android software that Purdue says incorporates patented technology for smartphones.
More than two years after they were indicted on multiple fraud charges, two former Celadon Group Inc. executives are soon to have their day in court — if the pandemic allows it.
A former Cummins Inc. employee has been sentenced to more than five years in federal prison for stealing more than $4.8 million from his employer over a nine-year period.
A federal judge on Thursday sentenced former financial executive Kerri Agee, 46, of Noblesville to five years and eight months in prison for her role in a 13-year fraud scheme at the financial services firm she once owned.