Indiana Chief Justice Loretta Rush says the state's highest court is working to develop a special model to deal with business and commercial law cases. During her first State of the Judiciary Address Wednesday, Rush said the new court's goal would be to help promote “an attractive, predictable and consistent” business climate in the state. You can view a copy of Rush's full address by clicking here.

January 14, 2015

Excerpt From Chief Justice Loretta Rush's State of The Judiciary Address

“…To fulfill our promise of justice for businesses in Indiana, we are looking at improving how we process complex civil cases. The Court is currently working on the development of a business court model focused on complex commercial litigation. Creating this specialty court will bring together judges experienced in handling business and commercial law cases to preside over a specialized docket with business-specific resources. Our goal in this endeavor, along with the introduction of electronic filing, is to promote an attractive, predictable and consistent climate for doing business in Indiana. Many thanks to Justice David, Judge Heather Welch, Judge Craig Bobay and their committee for all their work here.”

Source: The Indiana Supreme Court

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