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Indiana: Failure to Wear Seatbelt Not Admissible in Personal Injury Case

WP Admin | May 25th, 2015

This week’s discussion focuses on a recent Indiana appellate decision affirming a motion in liming to exclude evidence that the plaintiff in personal injury case was not wearing a seatbelt at the time of the collision. We use this platform to discuss more expansively the admission of evidence of whether an injured person was wearing a seatbelt in the context of a personal injury trial.

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Indiana Supreme Court Issues Rare Decision Addressing Pro Hac Vice Admission in Indiana

WP Admin | May 15th, 2015

A discussion of the Indiana Supreme Court’s decision in YTC Dream Homes, Inc. v. DirectBuy, Inc. discussing the propriety of pro hac vice admission and also proposing an amendment I’d like to see to Indiana Appellate Rule 14(A) allowing interlocutory appeals of right for decisions denying/granting pro hac admission and for decisions granting or denying disqualification of an attorney.

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