Allan Griffey, a third-year student at Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law, knows from experience that being a minority can make law school more difficult.
Peter George and Thomas Main took a big gamble three years ago upon opening their upscale Tinker Street restaurant along a mostly barren stretch of East 16th Street.
City and hospitality officials have started laying the groundwork for development of what would be one of downtown’s largest hotels, an effort to accommodate demand for rooms booked for conventions and other big events by Visit Indy.
Despite common public perception, Indiana’s alcohol laws are not outdated when compared to the rest of the country. Instead, Hoosiers are given extensive access beer, wine and liquor in big box stores — a fact that is not true in some other states.
Although at opposite ends of the state with different clientele, communities and climates, the law firms of Genetos Lane & Buitendorp LLP in Merrillville and Farmer Scott Ozete Robinson & Schmitt LLP in Evansville are trying to do the same things.
Julie Randall remembered the situation as a “big fiasco.”
NBA Commissioner Adam Silver along with Indiana Pacers owner Herb Simon and team president Rick Fuson made it official late Wednesday afternoon: Indianapolis will host the 2021 NBA All-Star Game weekend.
Assembly Biosciences has never turned a profit and is still at least four years from launching its first product. But investors have become so bullish on its prospects that they’ve pushed its stock market value to nearly $1 billion.
Introducing herself to the employees of TradeRev recently, Becca Polak, a lawyer by training, told them something that attorneys are rarely heard to say — there is nothing wrong with failure.
On the heels of criticism from a national organization and multiple lawsuits challenging Indiana’s public defender system.