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Indiana Supreme Court Answers Questions of Admissibility of Immigration Status in Tort Cases

Colin E. Flora | May 7th, 2017

This week we look to a recent Indiana Supreme Court decision, which held that unauthorized-immigration status does not prohibit recovery of damages for diminished earning capacity in tort cases. The court also created a test that requires a finding that the probability that the plaintiff will be deported to be more likely than not in order for evidence of immigration status to be admitted.

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Indiana Supreme Court Upholds Punitive Damages Statute

WP Admin | May 24th, 2013

This week’s post explores last week’s Indiana Supreme Court decision State v. Doe that upheld the punitive damages statutory cap and allocation of 75% of any award to the state. We also take a look at what this decision signals for future cases before the Indiana Supreme Court.

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