A subcontractor that sued a developer for breach of contract regarding payment after it completed the first phase of a construction project in Fort Wayne will not get relief from the Court of Appeals of Indiana.
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
Automation, artificial intelligence touted as helping, not replacing, lawyers
Attorneys are embracing technology to be more efficient and responsive to client needs. However, for all the advancements being introduced into the legal profession, particularly in the areas of automation and artificial intelligence, workloads are not getting lighter and jobs are not being eliminated.Read More
Called to serve their neighbors, at home and abroad
The law is a service profession, one lawyers often enter into with big dreams of changing the world. For some lawyers, though, the work of changing the world begins not in law school, but in the military.Read More
Web Exclusive: Legal clinic offers education series through Facebook
When in-person legal education events became virtually impossible during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic chose to go virtual.Read More
The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals isn’t letting an insurance company off the hook in paying out a man who was involved in an accident with an interstate trucking company it previously covered.
A Fort Wayne woman convicted of neglect in her 9-year-old son’s death was sentenced to 20 years in prison Friday.
Fort Wayne officials violated Indiana’s public records laws by not releasing police body camera footage and other records related to the drunken driving arrest of the city’s mayor, the state’s public access counselor says.
A Fort Wayne woman who pleaded guilty to three felony charges in the beating death of her 9-year-old stepson has been sentenced to 35 years in prison.
A Fort Wayne man was sentenced to life in prison Monday for killing and dismembering a man last year.
United Kingdom-based Exurban is reaffirming its plans to build a multimillion-dollar e-waste recycling facility in Fort Wayne and create up to 200 jobs. That’s in response to a lawsuit filed this month seeking to overturn the approval of the project.
A Fort Wayne man pleaded guilty to reckless homicide Friday for fatally striking a pedestrian with his car while she walked on a portion of a planned State Visionary Trail.
A Fort Wayne woman has been convicted of killing her boyfriend, who was stabbed to death last year with the sharp metal point of a comb.
The mayor of Indiana’s second-largest city has received a suspended one-year jail sentence after he pleaded guilty to operating a vehicle while intoxicated endangering a person.
A jury recommended a sentence of life in prison after convicting a Fort Wayne man Wednesday in the death and dismemberment of another man with whom he had sex.
A Fort Wayne pastor who filed a complaint to stop the city from demolishing a building on his nonprofit’s property didn’t have authority to represent the organization in court, the Court of Appeals of Indiana has affirmed.
The Fort Wayne City Council has asked the city’s attorney to answer several questions stemming from Mayor Tom Henry’s recent drunken driving crash and the suspension of his driver’s license for 90 days.
The mayor of Indiana’s second-largest city apologized Sunday after an overnight arrest for drunken driving.
Mark Souder, a Republican who represented northeastern Indiana in Congress for more than 15 years, has died. He was 72.
A judge Friday sentenced a Fort Wayne woman to the maximum 65 years after she pleaded guilty but mentally ill to murder for shooting a 20-year-old rival.
On a picture-perfect summer afternoon last week, a group of women lawyers and judges in Allen County put aside their gavels and law books to help their community by joining Habitat for Humanity in building a house for a local family.
An Indiana man convicted of killing his girlfriend and her three young children was sentenced Friday to four life sentences without the possibility of parole.