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Indiana Court of Appeals: When Can a Trial Court Change Its Mind?

WP Admin | Jun 6th, 2014

This installment of the Hoosier Litigation Blog focuses on the procedures for reviewing challenging an interlocutory order before the trial court. It also looks at the recent changes to Ind. Trial Rule 60(B) after a 2008 amendment removing the application to only final judgments and how it is now applicable to interlocutory orders and the resulting impact that has on T.R. 60(B) caselaw.

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