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Appeals court upholds ruling for Carmel in Home Place annexation case
Posted on: Nov 1, 2017

The Indiana Court of Appeals has upheld a lower court’s decision to allow Carmel’s annexation of a small community in Clay Township known as Home Place to move forward.

Litigators & Appellate Practitioners: Take the Editor's Quiz!
Posted on: Oct 23, 2017

As litigators and appellate practitioners, we all spend an inordinate amount of time editing our own motions and briefs as well as the work product of others. It is not unusual for colleagues to debate the placement of a comma or apostrophe, the choice and meaning of a word, or whether a verb should be singular or plural.

Indiana E-filing and Proposed Change in Appellate Case Number Format
Posted on: Oct 13, 2017

This is a message from Bob Rath (Director, Appellate Court Technology Indiana Supreme Court Office of Judicial Administration) asking members of our section to review a proposed appellate rule change and provide any comments.

A Look Behind the Bench: Get to Know Justice Geoffrey G. Slaughter and Judge Michael P. Barnes
Posted on: Sep 28, 2017

Sometimes, the robe can be intimidating, as is the pressure that comes with arguing in front of the highest courts in the state. We’ve taken a look behind the bench to get to know who’s really wearing the robe and what it’s like to be an appellate judge.

Expansion in use of TheRecordXchange for all Marion County Transcript Orders
Posted on: Sep 27, 2017

Beginning October 1, 2017, Marion Circuit and Superior Courts will require all transcript orders to be placed on its web-based transcript ordering and production management platform, TheRecordXchange.

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