The Indiana Court of Appeals ruled that a violation of the Indiana Seatbelt Act cannot be used to prove contributory negligence. Read more in this post.
Check out this post to read why the color of a dress matters to litigators and litigation graphics.
On Tuesday, May 5, Gov. Mike Pence signed House Enrolled Act 1110, which will allow seven Indiana counties to appoint new magistrate judges. Find out more in this post.
Rules 34 and 45 require the responding party to produce documents, ESI and tangible things within a party's possession, custody or control, yet are silent on what "possession, custody or control" means. Read this post for commentary on the issue.
Check out this post for an article with methods for authenticating social media evidence during trial and through discovery as well as ways to refute the authenticity of social media evidence.
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George Gasper - 2015 Litigation Section Chair - Ice Miller LLP