Sew it goes: Lawyers aid communities during pandemic
For the past several weekends, a sewing machine has been on Julie Andrews’ kitchen table. The Cohen & Malad attorney broke out her old friend, dusted it off and gave the machine a whirl after deciding to sew protective face masks for those on the front lines of tackling the novel coronavirus pandemic.Read More
A flurry of disputes have been raging across the country in recent years over noncompete agreements, which have largely favored hospitals, medical groups and other employers. But the tide could be shifting.
An Indianapolis physician has pleaded guilty to understating his taxes by about $361,000 over a four-year period, a felony.
The Indiana abortion doctor who sued Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita to stop his investigation into consumer complaints filed against her is voluntary dismissing her complaint.
Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita can continue his investigation into Indianapolis abortion doctor Caitlin Bernard, including accessing her patients’ medical records, a judge has ruled.
A former northern Indiana doctor has been sentenced to one year in jail after admitting that he sexually battered two patients during examinations.
Abortion doc Bernard takes stand, maintains she followed appropriate steps in reporting abuse in 10-year-old Ohio girl’s case
Tension in the air was palpable as Dr. Caitlin Bernard took the stand Monday to be questioned in an ongoing debate about her role in providing an abortion to a 10-year-old Ohio girl.
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.
Indiana University Health has set up a “rapid-response team” to help its doctors seeking guidance on whether they can legally perform an abortion to protect the health of the mother and other situations.
For some people, COVID symptoms come and go quickly, while others persist or surface gradually over a longer stretch of time. As of now, no one knows just how long “long COVID” can last.
Although the Indiana Supreme Court agreed a woman who was injured during physical therapy should be able to proceed with her complaint against her doctors, the justices split over the application of the Restatement (Second) of Torts Section 429, with one justice asserting the majority was applying a new standard that rendered Section 429 redundant.
The Indiana Supreme Court issued a reversal in a case of first impression Thursday, finding that independent physician liability extends to nonhospital facilities that provide patients with health care.
Finding state statute does not require a professional license to be renewed after an expungement, the Court of Appeals of Indiana has upheld a refusal by the Medical Licensing Board of Indiana to amend the disciplinary records and lift the sanctions imposed on a physician who was convicted of a misdemeanor.
In a case stemming from the opioid addiction crisis, the Supreme Court on Tuesday appeared ready to side with two imprisoned doctors who wrote thousands of prescriptions for pain medication in short periods.
A Fort Wayne doctor who lost privileges at an area hospital failed to convince the Court of Appeals of Indiana that his privileges should be reinstated.
St. Vincent Medical Group wants to know more about why and when the federal government began investigating a Carmel doctor it fired in 2020, and has asked a federal judge to order the Department of Justice help it get to the bottom of the matter.
A pediatric critical care physician at Ascension St. Vincent’s Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital in Indianapolis who was scheduled to lose his job Tuesday because he refused to be inoculated against COVID-19 will not be allowed to return to work following the denial of his motion for preliminary injunction against the hospital.
The Supreme Court agreed Friday to hear appeals from two doctors who were convicted of illegally distributing pain medication after writing thousands of prescriptions in short periods.
A federal judge in Indianapolis has tossed out Community Health Network’s motion to dismiss a lawsuit by the U.S. Justice Department that alleges the hospital system engaged in a fraudulent scheme to keep patient referrals in its network.
A northern Indiana physician has been sentenced to three years in prison after pleading guilty in a drunken driving crash that killed an infant and severely injured the boy’s father.