Upcoming Events


Friday, December 2, 8:30 AM - First Security Bank - Lower Level Conference Center
Still need CLE credits before the end of the year? There are numerous CLE video replays being shown throughout the month of December.
Wednesday, January 11, Noon - Tropicana Hotel
Wednesday, January 11, 1:30 PM - Vanderburgh County Courthouse

Legal News from Indiana Lawyer


An Indianapolis subsidized senior-citizens housing facility must face a lawsuit from disabled tenants who claim the three-story apartment building failed to repair its only elevator for weeks, leaving them unable to get to apartments on the top two stories and leaving some disabled tenants stranded upstairs.
A 2008 Hartford City ordinance that restricted registered sex offenders from entering or loitering within 300 feet of broadly defined “child safety zones” is unconstitutionally vague, a federal judge has ruled.
A former chief judge of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Indiana has announced his retirement.
Res judicata prevents a title insurance company from taking a “second bite” at the apple, the Indiana Court of Appeals ruled Friday, in a case in which the company appealed dismissal of its second attempt to challenge an action by the Indiana Department of Insurance.