The developers brought in to complete the long-stalled Wilshaw hotel project in Speedway have filed a foreclosure suit against the property owner, alleging failure to repay a loan.
The Indiana Supreme Court has rejected Vannin Healthcare Global’s petition to transfer, after the company sought for the high court to hear an appeal of a $4.3 million jury verdict rendered for Illumination International LLC in a dispute involving the delivery of medical gloves.
Attempted dissolution of Indy-based church halted, judge grants motion for temporary restraining order
A Marion Superior Commercial Court judge has granted a locally-based church diocese’s motion for a temporary restraining order, as it looks to prevent its own bishop and two church officials from attempting to dissolve it.
Indy-based church diocese seeks injunction, alleges religious leaders are ignoring Indiana law regarding dissolution
A church diocese registered as Indiana nonprofit corporation has filed a lawsuit against its own bishop and two church officials that claims the religious leaders are attempting to unlawfully dissolve it.
An Indianapolis personal injury firm has won summary judgment on a former employee’s claim that the firm withheld compensation after she was terminated.
In preparation for Marion Superior Judge Heather Welch’s retirement in February, the Indiana Supreme Court has appointed her replacement as a commercial court judge.
Ousted founders of transportation company get TRO against former general counsel, state lawmaker, others
A northern Indiana transportation company has obtained a temporary restraining order against its former general counsel, a state lawmaker and other defendants in a dispute over the sale of more than $28 million of the company’s stock.
State defendants being represented by outside counsel in IPS lawsuit; commercial court consent refused
State defendants in a lawsuit brought by Indianapolis Public Schools regarding the sale of unused classroom buildings are being represented by outside counsel, rather than the Attorney General’s Office. They also refused consent to a commercial court docket.
A commercial court acted within its discretion in appointing a master to enforce the terms of a settlement agreement reached in a shareholder lawsuit, the Court of Appeals of Indiana affirmed Tuesday.
An insurance company is not contractually required to cover losses related to a class-action lawsuit filed in Taiwan, the Court of Appeals of Indiana affirmed Tuesday.
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.
A former Marian University professor who was terminated despite having tenure has filed a lawsuit against the school claiming age discrimination.
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.”
The Marion County Commercial Court judge has scheduled a three-hour hearing for Friday on Dr. Caitlin Bernard’s motion to stop the Indiana attorney general from accessing her patients’ medical records.
Attorneys for Indianapolis OB-GYN Dr. Caitlin Bernard and her medical partner have filed an emergency motion to halt Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita from accessing medical records from her patients.
An Indiana commercial court has awarded a former cleaning products salesman nearly half a million dollars plus interest in a dispute over a bonus that went partially unpaid at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
At the conclusion of the three-hour CLE, presenting judges and attorneys came to similar conclusions regarding the Indiana Commercial Courts: They’ve improved efficiency and lowered costs, but more lawyers and businesses should take advantage of them.
What do Saint Thomas More, patron saint of lawyers, and Indiana’s commercial courts have in common? They both made history by the effective streamlining of business law cases.