The Indiana attorney general wants the Indiana Supreme Court to weigh in on a lawsuit that seeks punitive damages for COVID-related college campus closures.
Red flags on Indiana’s red flag law
A mass shooting at an Indianapolis FedEx Ground facility earlier this month that killed eight employees and wounded five raised questions about whether more could have been done under Indiana’s red flag law to prevent the gunman from obtaining additional weapons after he had a firearm removed from his possession just over a year before.Read More
Online provider FairShake helps consumers maneuver arbitration process
Teel Lidow, an attorney and entrepreneur, has entered the consumer arbitration space as the CEO and founder of FairShake. This online service helps individuals navigate the arbitration process when they find a billing error or have a complaint about faulty products and services.Read More
‘This is huge’: SCOTUS hears college athletes’ pay arguments in landmark NCAA case
As March Madness was wrapping up in Indianapolis, United States Supreme Court justices heard oral argument in a monumental compensation case that sports law experts anticipate will forever change the landscape of college athletics — including the nation’s most beloved and profitable college basketball competition.Read More
Midcareer professionals offered chance to grow through IU McKinney, Purdue degree program
Professionals who are decades deep into their careers and who may have a yearning for more knowledge on legal and agriculture matters now have an opportunity to set themselves apart in their fields through a first-of-its-kind degree program offered by Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law and Purdue University.Read More
A former medical school student who sued the Indiana University School of Medicine and its top officials in a Title IX lawsuit has been ordered to pay the institution more than $20,000 despite a pending appeal before the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals.
I have observed Indiana University’s Board of Trustees since I was a student journalist in the 1980s. The trustees have always done as much of their business as possible in secret and outside public view.
Researchers from Indiana University have been awarded a five-year, $5.1 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to help reduce opioid deaths in Indiana.
Students who sued Indiana University and Purdue University alleging breaches of contract when the schools moved to online learning can continue with their case after the Indiana Supreme Court denied the universities’ petition for transfer.
The Regenstrief Institute in Indianapolis and the schools of medicine and public health at Indiana University have received a five-year, seven-figure grant from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to study the long-term effects of COVID-19.
Trustees at Indiana and Purdue universities were voting Friday to revamp a 52-year relationship that is IUPUI and rebrand the urban campus as Indiana University Indianapolis, a move intended to end confusion and drive growth in enrollment, research and prestige.
A longtime physician at Indiana University Health claims he was demoted and later terminated after he objected to a directive to keep each patient’s visit to 10 minutes or less.
A former University of Michigan violin professor, who has also worked at Indiana University, has been sentenced to five years in prison after pleading guilty to transporting a girl across states lines for sex.
An Indiana University Kelley School of Business professor didn’t have his Title VII rights violated by his employer when the school didn’t provide him with an early promotion or when it paid one of his white colleagues more than him, the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled.
Lawsuits filed by students at Indiana and Purdue universities alleging breaches of contract when the schools moved to online learning because of the COVID-19 pandemic will proceed, the Court of Appeals of Indiana has ruled.
A panel discussion about critical race theory at Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law veered into a debate about House Bill 1134, the controversial curriculum legislation in the Indiana Statehouse, and included pleas to work together to find common ground.
The Indiana University Board of Trustees violated the Indiana Open Door Law last spring when it approved a contract for more than $500,000 for former university President Michael McRobbie, outside of a public meeting, for consulting services after his retirement, according to the Indiana public access counselor.
Barnes & Thornburg partner Anthony “Tony” Prather has been selected to serve as the newest chief legal officer of Indiana University.
Students’ challenge to IU vaccine mandate dismissed after lone plaintiff with standing withdraws from school
A challenge to Indiana University’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate has been dismissed as moot after the final plaintiff who was not granted a vaccine exemption from IU withdrew from the school.
Indiana University’s longtime vice president and general counsel has been terminated without cause, according to documents obtained by Indiana Lawyer. However, it appears Jacqueline “Jackie” Simmons could remain a university employee until her retirement this summer, although on unpaid leave.
Back to school: Retired Faegre attorney enrolls in college classes, offers scholarship to Wabash/IU McKinney students
Walking on the beach and going fishing are not hobbies that retired Indianapolis attorney David Miller considers appealing at this point in his life. He’d rather go back to school.
The concept of mentors has been around for just a couple (thousand) years; its origins are in ancient Greek mythology. Prior to learning this fact, I believed mentorship was born out of the relationship between Chris Farley (Tommy) and David Spade (Richard) in “Tommy Boy.”
Indiana’s governor held back Monday from supporting a proposal by fellow Republicans that would force businesses to grant COVID-19 vaccination requirement exemptions without any questions and block similar immunization rules set by state universities.
Through 10 new High Tech Crime Units being established around the state, Indiana’s prosecutors say they will be getting much-needed help with the processing of digital evidence.