In This Issue of Indiana Lawyer

NOV. 30-DEC. 13, 2016

The ITT Educational Services Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing entails creditors, lawsuits, retirement accounts, and 40,000 boxes of student records. This Lawrenceburg family boasts five generations of lawyers. The 2017 DTCI president is focused on celebrating the organization's 50th anniversary.

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ITT Chapter 7 bankruptcy fallout

The student records are only one aspect of this bankruptcy. There are employee records, pension benefits, 401(k) retirement funds plus lawsuits previously filed by federal agencies and some states’ attorneys general.

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New law creates murkiness on private university police records

The Indiana Supreme Court left no doubt that it considered the Notre Dame Police Department exempt from the Access to Public Records Act when it affirmed dismissal of ESPN’s lawsuit seeking records of the department’s interactions with 275 student athletes. But a bill signed into law this year dealing with access to police body cameras could change that.

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2016 Defense Trial Counsel of Indiana amicus report

Kite By Donald B. Kite Sr. In 2016, the Defense Trial Counsel of Indiana’s Amicus Committee participated in a number of interesting appeals. The cases DTCI became involved in this year, as in past years, pertain to a variety of issues that are of significant interest to the defense bar. While DTCI does not become […]

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