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Indiana Supreme Court: No Private Liability for DCS in Releasing Confidential Identifying Information

Colin E. Flora | Aug 25th, 2017

We revisit John Doe #1 v. DCS, in which the court of appeals majority had ruled that a person who reported suspected child neglect and whose identifying information was negligently disclosed in violation of an Indiana statute could bring suit against DCS. In this installment, we look at yesterday’s decision from the Indiana Supreme Court, wherein the majority held that no claim could be made against DCS.

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