Gov. Eric Holcomb last month called for a special session of the Indiana General Assembly to address some of the unfinished business, but self-driving cars will have to wait.
Ice Miller LLP is expanding its intellectual property practice with a new office in Philadelphia.
Seth Thomas is preparing to jump off what he calls the treadmill of private practice to help combat the “most horrific awful evil thing” — cybersex trafficking and online exploitation of children.
On the same day federal prosecutors reached a deferred prosecution agreement with Park Tudor School over its handling of an improper relationship between a coach and student, the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Indianapolis declined to say whether the school’s outside counsel is under investigation.
Mary Nold Larimore and Nancy Menard Riddle recap exciting developments in drug and device law.
As the two Indiana nominees for a pair of vacancies on the federal bench begin the confirmation process, one Indiana senator is withholding his support of the candidate for the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals.
President Barack Obama has announced his nominations for two federal judicial openings in Indiana.
Hoosier attorneys and their Kentucky colleagues had to find ways to write agreements to bring four state highway and financing agencies together to cooperate across state lines in a manner that complied with their own statutes.
The former president and CEO of Junior Achievement of Indiana lost a defamation appeal against an Indianapolis attorney Tuesday. The Indiana Supreme Court ruled the complaint was time-barred.
While the three judges on the Indiana Court of Appeals panel agreed summary judgment was proper for an Indianapolis attorney being sued for defamation and other claims because the statute of limitations had expired, each judge interpreted the interplay between Trial Rules 15(C) and 17(F) differently.
Vault.com’s annual ranking of law firms has landed three firms with Indiana ties in the top 15 in the Midwest, according to associates who work in this region.
A couple of Indianapolis’ largest law firms are giving up space in two downtown office towers, exemplifying how the legal profession is shifting the way in which it conducts business.