The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals will not revisit a prior ruling that upheld an injunction on an Indiana law requiring “mature minors” to notify their parents before they have an abortion, setting the case up for a possible trip to the United States Supreme Court.
The Indiana Supreme has once again revisited the years-long dispute between the state and IBM Corp., issuing an opinion on rehearing that provides more detail on the post-judgment interest due to IBM.
Though there is a dispute about who initiated an altercation between a psychiatric patient and his care provider that led to the patient’s death, the factual dispute does not change an earlier Indiana Court of Appeals determination that a wrongful death claim brought by the patient’s estate is subject to the Medical Malpractice Act.
A Muncie pain clinic doctor convicted of forgery and prescription-related offenses had his petition for rehearing granted Thursday. However, the Indiana Court of Appeals held that while testimony admitted from a Drug Enforcement Administration agent was in error, it was harmless.
An Indiana Court of Appeals panel admitted it erred in a prior post-conviction ruling, finding after rehearing that a man was entitled to a new trial because a clearly biased juror was seated in his child molesting trial.
Although the city of New Albany argued holdover tenants should not be given “another bite at the apple,” the Indiana Court of Appeals affirmed its original ruling that continued occupancy of the criminal justice center maintains the terms and conditions of the lease even after the agreement as expired.
Supporters and opponents are mobilizing after the neighbors of an 8,000-hog farm in Hendricks County asked the Indiana Court of Appeals to reconsider its earlier ruling that found their nuisance claim based on the “noxious odors” from the farming operation was barred under Indiana’s Right to Farm Act.
The Indiana Court of Appeals has declined to rehear a couple’s lawsuit seeking to stop a neighbor’s logging of his property along Lake Monroe.
The Indiana Court of Appeals reiterated that a pair of grandparents seeking to visit their deceased son’s child should be given their day in court.
Revisiting a decision that limited how utilities can pass the bill for future costs to ratepayers, the Indiana Supreme Court on Tuesday tweaked its earlier opinion to insert language in a modified decision that now will allow utilities to recover project cost overruns in utility rate increases.
The Indiana Court of Appeals, which issued a stern warning to defendants about misrepresenting their case, acknowledged an amended exhibit had been given to the trial court. While reaffirming its earlier decision, the panel noted that a harshly worded footnote criticizing defense counsel in the personal injury case "is to be disregarded."
Although the Indiana Court of Appeals found a man’s request that he be permitted to file an amended complaint was untimely, it still addressed the arguments he put forth to support his petition.
The Indiana Court of Appeals has reaffirmed a March decision that overturned summary judgment for a national motor company after granting a petition for rehearing to address the allegedly common practice of parties simultaneously filing motions to correct error and notices of appeal.
The Indiana Supreme Court has denied rehearing in its landmark ruling that Lake Michigan’s shoreline is open to all and property owners can’t exercise exclusive control of the beach between their homes and the water.
The Indiana Court of Appeals has upheld its decision to dismiss a firearm-related adjudication against a juvenile after granting the state’s petition for rehearing to address what the court called a fundamental misunderstanding of its original decision.
The Indiana Court of Appeals has reaffirmed its decision ordering the state to return $30,000 in seized currency after granting rehearing Friday for the limited purpose of withdrawing a footnote.
A land redevelopment company can continue to move forward with its purchase of land in Henry County after the Indiana Court of Appeals Thursday reaffirmed its original decision.
After granting rehearing to an August opinion to correct “immaterial factual errors,” the Indiana Court of Appeals reaffirmed a decision that upheld allegedly defamatory statements made by an attorney were protected.
The Indiana Court of Appeals has denied a Washington County man’s petition for rehearing and instead remanded the case for the trial court to address the issue of whether an easement of necessity over the man’s property still exists now that he has new neighbors.
After granting a petition for rehearing to address — and ultimately reject — an argument over the contract in a real estate case, the Indiana Court of Appeals reaffirmed Thursday the denial of summary judgment to northern Indiana landowners who misrepresented property to a potential buyer.