Indiana Supreme Court Rules that Registered Agent is Not Basis for Preferred Venue

Indiana Supreme Court Rules that Registered Agent is Not Basis for Preferred Venue

In this 200th entry on the Hoosier Litigation Blog, we take a look at a handful of recent Indiana appellate decisions of note before turning our attention to the Indiana Supreme Court’s resolution of the lingering question whether a registered agent may still serve as a basis for preferred venue under Trial Rule 75(A)(4).

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Indiana: Filing an Appeal With a Pending Motion to Correct Error

Indiana: Filing an Appeal With a Pending Motion to Correct Error

Today’s discussion focuses on a narrow issue of appellate practice on which the Indiana Court of Appeals has now spoken strongly: “Even if our trial and appellate rules do not expressly forbid the simultaneous filings of motions to correct error and notices of appeal by one party—or the filing of a notice of appeal before a motion to correct error has been ruled on or deemed denied—we believe it is inadvisable to do so.”

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