More than half of federal judges use an iPad to do court-related work. Check out these tips to make your briefs more tablet-friendly!
The Indiana Supreme Court recently rejected a proposal from three IndyBar sections that recommended memorandum decisions be allowed for citation. Professor Joel Schumm provides options for attorneys who deal with this issue.
A unanimous Indiana Supreme Court decision has reaffirmed the Indiana summary judgment standard. Read more in this piece by Arend J. Abel.
Less than a week after the 7th Circuit Court struck down Indiana's same-sex marriage ban, the state has filed an appeal with the U.S. Supreme Court.
In this post, a law professor breaks down and outlines a judge's recommendations for successfully writing briefs.
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Hon. Timothy Oakes - 2014 Litigation Section Chair - Marion Superior Court