Indianapolis Star Articles - Betz + Blevins Case Coverage
The Star files appeal in Knight case. The Indianapolis Star:Dec. 5, 2001. Betz + Blevins is representing The Indianapolis Star in its court bid to require Indiana University to make public the records surrounding the firing of basketball coach Bob Knight. The ongoing dispute has received wide national media attention.
Knight’s affidavit details his allegations against IU. The Indianapolis Star: Oct. 4, 2001.
Affidavit from Knight might contradict Brand. The Indianapolis Star: Oct. 3, 2001.
Suit over IU’s Knight records on hold. The Indianapolis Star: Aug. 11, 2001.
The Star sues IU to access files on Knight dismissal. The Indianapolis Star: Oct. 27, 2000.
Definition of zero tolerance is in the development stage. The Indianapolis Star: May 17, 2000.
Doctor must pay in bullying case. The Indianapolis Star: March5, 2005. Betz & Associates successfully represented a plaintiff in apotential landmark workplace bullying trial, winning a jury verdict award of$325,000.
Jury orders surgeon to pay for bullying hospital employee. The Indianapolis Star: March 5, 2005.
Hospital bullying trial under way. The Indianapolis Star:March 2, 2005.
Worker will appeal injunction against ‘blessed day.’ TheIndianapolis Star, March 8, 2001. Betz & Associates represented aplaintiff in a workplace religious discrimination suit. The case, an EEOCfiling eventually heard in federal court, received significant statewide andnational attention.
Judge promises prompt ‘blessed day’ ruling. The Indianapolis Star: Nov. 17, 2000.
‘Blessed day’controversy getting its day in court. The Indianapolis Star: Nov. 16, 2000.
Firm sued for bias byworker known for religious greeting. The Indianapolis Star: Aug. 31, 2000.
‘Blessed day’ case(no headline). The Indianapolis Star:Dec. 20, 1999.
Worker files religious discrimination complaint. The Indianapolis Star: Nov. 10, 1999.
Worker to take action in ‘blessed day’ case. The Indianapolis Star: Nov. 7, 1999.
Keeping the faith sparks workplace clash. The Indianapolis Star: Oct. 10, 1999.
Indy official goes after workers who left firm. The Indianapolis Star: Aug. 14, 2003. Betz & Associates represented two accountants in their attempt to be released from an employment contract’s noncompetition clause upon leaving their employer to start a new business.
Council member caught in legal spat. The Indianapolis Star:Aug. 6, 2003.
Nonresident IPD officers lose bid to take cars home. The Indianapolis Star: Dec. 4, 2002. Betz & Associates represented three Indianapolis Police Department (IPD) officers in an employment dispute. The officers lived outside Marion County and wanted to participate in IPD’stake-home car policy. A suit was filed in federal U.S. District Court.
3 officers sue IPD for right to drive patrol cars home. The Indianapolis Star: Dec. 13, 2001. (See above.)
Paper sues state over fish kill subpoenas. The Indianapolis Star: March 14, 2000. Through legal representation provided by Betz &Associates, The Indianapolis Star filed a lawsuit against the Indiana Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and the Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) contesting the agencies’ denial of the newspaper’s request to review subpoenas issued in the investigation of the White River fish kill in December 1999.