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Monday, March 26, 2012

Ind. Decisions - A report on the ongoing State/IBM trial

First news since March 20th on the ongoing IBM/State trial before Marion Superior Court Judge David Dreyer, who apparently is working on the case 24/7. From the Indianapolis Star:

A Marion County judge has dismissed some of the state's claims against IBM in dueling lawsuits over a canceled welfare-modernization contract.

The state has claimed, among other things, that IBM had provided false information throughout the project.

Marion Superior Court Judge David Dreyer signed an order Sunday dismissing 17 of the state's claims that addressed those issues.

"Specifically, the state has introduced no credible evidence that IBM knowingly or intentionally made any false statements to the state or any other governmental entity," according to Dreyer's order.

Posted by Marcia Oddi on March 26, 2012 10:23 AM
Posted to Ind. Trial Ct. Decisions