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Ice Miller LLP | USA | 20 Jan 2022

Landlord/Tenant Pre-Eviction Diversion Program Implemented by Indiana Supreme Court for Cases of Non-Payment of Rent

Effective November 1, 2021, the Indiana Supreme Court ordered the establishment of a Pre-Eviction Diversion Program. The program requires the trial…
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Greenspoon Marder LLP | USA | 18 Nov 2021

Whether a Trust Distribution Provision Conditioned Upon a Child’s Marriage Status Is Void Against Public Policy as an Impermissible Restraint Against Marriage

At issue in the recent Indiana Supreme Court decision of Rotert v. Stiles was whether a provision regarding the status of a child’s marriage in a…
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Clasis Law | India | 5 Oct 2021

Arbitration award cannot be amended by courts under section 34 of Arbitration Act

In a recent case, the primary issue before the Supreme Court was "whether the power of a court under section 34 of the Act to 'set aside' an award of an arbitrator would also include the power to modify, revise or vary such an award". The district court had amended the arbitral award and substantially increased the compensation to be awarded to a person whose land had been acquired for the......
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Duane Morris LLP | India, United Kingdom | 11 Feb 2021

Cairn Energy v India: A lesson in BIT rights and enforcement

Cairn Energy’s dispute with the Indian Government has made headlines across the globe. The case serves as a useful reminder to foreign investors of…
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Barnes & Thornburg LLP | USA | 26 Jun 2020

Defendant’s Refusal to Unlock Smartphone Upheld by Indiana Supreme Court

The Indiana Supreme Court has ruled on whether a suspect in an ongoing investigation can be compelled to unlock their smartphone to aid authorities…
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Riker Danzig LLP | USA | 10 Mar 2020

Indiana Supreme Court Holds Statute of Limitations for Foreclosure Should Not Be Shortened Under “Rule of Reasonableness”

The Indiana Supreme Court recently reversed prior appellate decisions and held that there is no “rule of reasonableness” imposed on actions regarding…
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Buckley LLP | USA | 19 Feb 2020

Indiana Supreme Court: Statute of limitations started running when lender exercised optional acceleration clause

On February 17, the Indiana Supreme Court reversed a trial court’s decision to dismiss a lender’s action as time-barred, holding that under the…
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Dentons Bingham Greenebaum LLP | USA | 24 Dec 2019

A 2020 Wish List for Kentucky Taxpayers

With a new governor, Andy Beshear, taking office in December 2019 and the "long" legislative session starting in January 2020, the December holiday…
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Dentons Bingham Greenebaum LLP | USA | 17 Jun 2019

Indiana Supreme Court Delineates “Subdivided,” “Reasonably Near Future” Terms in Annexation Statute

The Indiana Supreme Court’s recent opinion (“Opinion”) in an annexation case affirming the trial court’s order voiding an annexation ordinance…
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Vaish Associates Advocates | India | 17 May 2019

Delhi High Court settles constitutional challenges to the Competition Act, 2002- refuses to grant substantive relief on opening of aftermarkets to Car makers -sends them back to NCLAT for deciding on merits

The High Court of Delhi by its common judgement dated 10.04.2019, has disposed of 12 Writ petitions filed by 10 noted car manufacturers ( BMW…
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