This week’s post calls for a removal of politics from the judicial election and retention process. It focuses on the current challenge to the retention of Indiana Justice Steven David.
This week’s post discusses the potential liability for a fraternity and a university for the actions of persons in the fraternity. The post focuses on Indiana law and discusses the recent Indiana Court of Appeals decision in Yost v. Wabash College.
This week’s post briefly discusses the voluntary payment doctrine and its shocking application to allow businesses to keep illegally gained money.
Court Finds Hospital Can be Liable Where Doctors Were Apparent Agents and Claims Against the Doctors Could No Longer be Brought
The Indiana Court of Appeals holds that a plaintiff’s medical malpractice case against a hospital can go to trial where the doctors were apparent agents of the hospital and the statute of limitations had run to add the doctors as defendants.