In the recent case of Old National Bank v. Kelly et. al. 31 N.E.2d 522, the Indiana Court of Appeals held that there was a genuine issue of fact as to whether a bank breached a duty of good faith with depositors. Read more here.
Check out this post to read about two scholarship winners' experiences at the Bench Bar Conference in June.
The Indiana Court of Appeals ruled on April 30 in the case of Wilson v. State that the trial court in a murder trial did not commit error in allowing evidence of tweets alleged to be from the defendant. Find out more here.
Check out this post for insight and tips for effectively incorporating technology into litigation.
The problems with asking too many questions of a witness are often counterintuitive and arise at the worst time if counsel hasn’t thought about what he or she wants to accomplish with this testimony. Click here to read more.
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George Gasper - 2015 Litigation Section Chair - Ice Miller LLP