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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Lemon v. Wishard Health Services

... Lemon argues that the trial court erred by concluding that potential class members are required to submit their wage claims to the Indiana Department of Labor (DOL) before they are permitted to be members of a class action seeking penalties for the late payment of wages ...

Perdue v. Murphy

... applicants with disabilities in the State of Indiana who require reasonable accommodation and have been or will be denied benefits due to their alleged failure to cooperate with the FSSA on any number of grounds, is too broad to constitute a manageable class action under the ...

Beatty v. Liberty Mut. Ins. Group

... See id. at 991 ("simply framing a lawsuit as a class action does not remove Named Plaintiffs' burden to demonstrate standing: Even named plaintiffs who represent a class must allege and show that they personally have been injured. ..." citations and quotations omitted). ...