In This Issue of Indiana Lawyer

NOV. 27-DEC. 10, 2019

Three Indianapolis attorneys recently left their former law firm to establish their own practice, doing so with an entrepreneurial spirit and thinking like a startup. A groundbreaking settlement in a rent-to-own housing lawsuit came at a cost for the nonprofit that pursued the litigation as well as the defendants who aggressively countersued. A recent civic health survey found Hoosiers are engaged but not voting as much as those in other states, and a veteran  Indianapolis attorney is proposing one possible solution.

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Rent-to-own housing lawsuit settlement comes at a cost

Although the legal battle with rent-to-own housing company Casas Baratas Aqui ended with what the Fair Housing Center of Central Indiana calls a “groundbreaking resolution that will have national impact,” the bitterness and damage invoked by the defendants’ counterclaims continues to rankle both sides in the litigation.

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