A father who lost custody of his children failed to convince the Court of Appeals of Indiana that the trial court erred by granting custody to the children’s grandmother.
Web Exclusive: Prosecutors look to local budgets for solutions to staffing issues
For prosecutors in the state, when budget season comes around, it means looking at caseloads and determining if they need to make requests for more funding. Usually, the answer is yes.Read More
A different way to help families: Family recovery courts gaining traction across state
For many across the state, being given a chance to connect with people in similar situations and to work with a supportive team is life changing. It certainly was for Breanna Shope. Shope had that experience when she participated in family recovery court.Read More
Podcasting for public access: Allen Superior Court hits ‘record’ to open courthouse doors
The Allen Superior Court is trying to teach its neighbors about the judiciary by opening the courthouse doors virtually through a podcast.Read More
Arbitration and IP: Dispute between models, strip clubs highlights IP infringement coverage questions
An unusual intellectual property dispute involving strip clubs and professional models is moving through Indiana’s state courts on the issue of arbitration, highlighting what experts see as a lapse in insurance coverage for IP infringement.Read More
The Allen County Bar Foundation is again offering a law school scholarship with the goal of supporting and advancing diversity, equity and inclusion in the local legal community.
An Allen County grandmother seeking visitation with her granddaughter had standing under the state’s Grandparent Visitation Act to submit a visitation petition, the Court of Appeals of Indiana ruled in a Wednesday reversal.
A longtime judge will head up the Allen Superior Court for the next two years, as the court has announced its leadership team for the 2024-2025 term.
The Court of Appeals of Indiana prematurely dismissed an inmate’s appeal of the entry of judgment in favor of the Allen County public defenders he was suing, the Indiana Supreme Court ruled Wednesday in reversing the dismissal.
Finding the issue moot, IN Supreme Court declines to order judge in Delphi murder case to comply with public access rules
The Indiana Supreme Court has declined to enter a writ of mandamus in the dispute over access to court records between a trial judge and the man accused of murder in the deaths of two Delphi teens, finding the issue is now moot.
The Court of Appeals of Indiana has upheld the convictions and sentence of a man convicted on drug-related charges who argued that the revocation of his probation in a separate theft case was an abuse of discretion.
An Indiana man accused of intimidating and harassing GOP U.S. Rep. Jim Banks and his family earlier this year was sentenced to probation Friday, according to court records.
An Allen Superior Court judge has granted a doctor’s motion for a preliminary injunction in a lawsuit involving a physician noncompete agreement, although the ruling declined to apply the state’s new statute barring physician noncompetes.
An Indiana man faces felony charges after he was shot in the back by a 2-year-old boy who found the weapon on a bed, according to authorities.
A first-of-its kind summit next week in Allen County will focus on mental health issues that impact people from all walks of life.
Vague statute leads to litigation for clarification: Physician noncompete statute facing questions from both sides
A new law went into effect in Indiana last month that eliminates the use of noncompete agreements in physicians’ contracts. However, the legislation has raised many questions for attorneys and clients on both sides of the issue.
Gov. Eric Holcomb has announced new judicial appointments for courts in Marion, Allen and Delaware counties.
In what is possibly the first lawsuit filed following the enactment of Indiana’s new statute restricting physician noncompetes, an Allen County doctor is suing his former employer to stop the enforcement of a noncompete clause.
Both sides seeking summary judgment under Voting Rights Act, Indiana Constitution in suit challenging appointment of Lake Co. judges
Competing motions for summary judgment are seeking to resolve the litigation against Lake County’s merit-based judicial selection process.
Allen County prosecutors charged a Fort Wayne man with intimidation and harassment of Congressman Jim Banks after he allegedly threatened the elected representative and his family.
A jury on Friday convicted a Fort Wayne man of three counts of murder in what prosecutors said were the execution-style slayings of three other men nearly five years ago.
A father challenging a parenting time order and the division of marital assets has failed to convince the Court of Appeals of Indiana to overturn the final order in his divorce case.
A complaint filed by the state against social media giant TikTok has been bounced back to state court after being remanded this week by a federal judge, who criticized the 51-page complaint’s length and “irrelevant posturing.”