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Indiana Patent Litigation: Hug Me Joey Sues Indiana Car Seat Producer for Patent Infringement

Indianapolis, Indiana – Attorneys for Plaintiffs, Esther A.L. Verbovszky of Rocky River, Ohio and Hug Me Joey, LLC of Rocky River, Ohio, originally filed suit in the Northern District of Ohio. The case has since been transferred to the Southern … Continue reading

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Indiana Law Updates

Here are summaries of two recently enacted Indiana bills as provided by the Indiana legislature: Senate Bill 0212:Electronic documents as estate property. Requires a person who electronically stores the documents or information of another person who is deceased to give… … Continue reading

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Do You Waive Your Rights to Sue When You Buy a Coke at McDonald’s? Exculpatory Clauses under Indiana Law — Part I

Although the title of this blog post might seem ridiculous at first blush, I’m personally surprised that businesses who invite customers upon their land for products or services have not tried to sneak “waivers of liability” into receipts…yet.  And, as … Continue reading

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Indiana Copyright Litigation: Dexas International, Ltd. Seeks Judgment in Cutting Board Case

Indianapolis, Indiana – Attorneys for Plaintiff, Dexas International, Ltd. of Coppell, Texas filed suit in the Southern District of Indiana alleging that Defendant, Menard, Inc. of Eau Claire, Wisconsin infringed its rights in United States Copyright Registration No. VA 2-118-094 … Continue reading

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Indiana Solicitor General: It's Constitutional to Seize a Car for Driving 5 MPH Over the Speed Limit – Hit & Run : Reason.com

Defending civil asset forfeiture means defending the government's power to seize your car if you were going 5 miles-per-hour over the speed limit. Thankfully, it seems like none of the nine justices were willing to buy Indiana's argument (and more … Continue reading

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