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Don’t Walk the Line: Impermissible Threats Versus Allowable Puffery in Negotiations

USA - December 16 2019 If you’ve ever received a letter from opposing counsel threatening to file a motion for sanctions or a Disciplinary complaint, or refer a matter for…

R. Max Hsu.

Indiana Supreme Court Rules, in a Matter of First Impression, “Blocked-Crossing” Statute Preempted under Federal Law

USA - October 25 2018 Indiana's state motto is "the Crossroads of America" and, when it comes to railroad grade crossings, the Hoosier State lives up to its name. With 5…

Mark Molter.

Television Station Challenging the Denial of Public Access to an Official Court Recording

USA - July 6 2017 A Fort Wayne television station is challenging a Huntington Circuit judge’s order in the denial of public access to an official court recording…

Jessica Whelan.

Indiana Commercial Courts Aim for Legal Consistency in Business Disputes; Indiana Starts a Commercial Court System

USA - August 31 2016 On Jan. 20, 2016, the Indiana Supreme Court issued an Order establishing the Indiana Commercial Court Pilot Project, and on April 27, 2016, the Court…

Brian W. Welch.

Scope of Public Access to Police Body Cam Footage Clarified in Indiana General Assembly: What You Need to Know about HEA 1019

USA - April 21 2016 Public access to police body camera or dash camera recordings is a hotly contested topic all around the country, and the Indiana General Assembly…

Jessica Whelan.