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Indiana Court of Appeals Vacates Workplace Threat

Indiana Court of Appeals Vacates Workplace Threat   Workplace safety in Indiana is under threat. That is the concern of some over a case reported by The National Law Review. In Indiana the state Court of Appeals has vacated a trial court’s injunction under Indiana’s Workforce Violence…>read more

1 Comment July 30, 2014

Wal-Mart Rejected by Delaware Supreme Court

Wal-Mart Rejected by Delaware Supreme Court On Wednesday, the Delaware Supreme Court backed a ruling from a lower court that has ordered Wal-Mart Stores Inc to provide a shareholder with documents associated to the internal probe of claims that the store paid bribes in Mexico, according…>read more

No Comment July 25, 2014

Town Marshall Charged with Stealing Panties of Son’s Girlfriend

Town Marshall Charged with Stealing Panties of Son’s Girlfriend David Keith Hathaway is a town marshal from Millersburg, Indiana. Hathaway is facing criminal charges after reportedly admitting to stealing underwear that belongs to the girlfriend of his son, according to the Huffington Post, the Associated Press and WSBT. Hathaway…>read more

No Comment July 23, 2014

Prosecutors Investigating General Motors Focusing on Misleading Statements

Prosecutors Investigating General Motors Focusing on Misleading Statements A criminal fraud case is being developed by federal prosecutors to determine if General Motors issued misleading statements about a deadly ignition switch flaw, according to Reuters. The prosecutors are also examining activity by the company that dates back one…>read more

No Comment July 14, 2014

Court Rejects Gay Marriage Ban in Utah

Court Rejects Gay Marriage Ban in Utah On Wednesday, the United States Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit in Denver ruled that states are not allowed to deny same-sex couples their ‘fundamental right’ to marry, according to The New York Times. The ruling, by a 2-1…>read more

No Comment June 26, 2014

Quarles & Brady Continues to Add Attorneys at Indianapolis Office

Quarles & Brady Continues to Add Attorneys at Indianapolis Office The new office for Quarles & Brady opened in the BMO building in Indianapolis last month. Linden Barber is the managing partner of the office. Barber said that the office is working 10 floors down from the floor it will…>read more

No Comment June 4, 2014

Man Charged with Spitting Blood Into Officer’s Mouth During Arrest

Man Charged with Spitting Blood Into Officer’s Mouth During Arrest A man from Indiana is facing multiple charges after reportedly spitting blood in a police officer’s mouth. He also told the officer that he has Hepatitis C, according to The Huffington Post. Anthony J. Hopkins was being arrested on April…>read more

No Comment April 24, 2014

Purdue Shooting Kills One; Suspect in Custody

Purdue Shooting Kills One; Suspect in Custody One man was shot and killed on Tuesday at an electrical engineering building on the campus of Purdue University, according to CNN. According to Purdue Police Chief John Cox, the shooter had just one target because he left campus after…>read more

No Comment January 22, 2014

Seventh US Circuit Says Indiana Robocall Law Not Pre-empted by Federal Law

Seventh US Circuit Says Indiana Robocall Law Not Pre-empted by Federal Law The 7th US Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago released a decision on Thursday ruling that a lower court had erred in holding the Indiana ban on automated telephone calls to be preempted by the federal Telephone Consumer Protection Act.…>read more

No Comment November 22, 2013

Indiana Man’s Contention on Stop without Probable Cause Upheld by Appeals Court

Indiana Man’s Contention on Stop without Probable Cause Upheld by Appeals Court Last week, the Indiana Court of Appeals overturned the denial by the trial court of a motion to suppress evidence by a man who argued the police lacked probable cause to stop his Jeep. The three-judge panel held the evidence…>read more

No Comment August 12, 2013

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