DeLaney & DeLaney provides legal services to a wide variety of clients in nearly all types of civil litigation, contract negotiations, and employment related matters. Together the firm's lawyers have more than 60 years of trial experience – including nearly two years of actual time in front of juries.

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Our firm welcomes client referrals from colleagues in the legal community, co-counsel from around the state and the nation, coordinating national counsel for mass tort litigation, and in house attorneys.

The firm handles all types of litigation matters, including product liability defense, contract disputes, commercial disputes, and estate-related controversies.  

Lawyer of the Year: Employment Law - Individual award for Kathleen DeLaney, Indianapolis, Indiana

The work that we do matters not only to our clients, but also to our broader communities, where our attorneys, paralegals and staff volunteer for charitable, legal and industry organizations. Our attorneys are frequently recognized for achievements in law and in life.

Published Cases and Outcomes for DeLaney & DeLaney

Obtained almost two million jury verdict for an elementary school teacher who was fired for attempting in vitro fertilization with her husband.
Served as coordinating class counsel for a certified class of over 700,000 members arising from the demutualization of Anthem Insurance.
Represented the family of a victim of a police shooting in a civil rights case.
Represented physician in contract and employment related dispute with health network.
Represented three family owned businesses when they were sued by the state in an eminent domain action.
Represented the highest ranking female in the Indianapolis Fire Department in a gender discrimination claim related to the promotion process.
Represented a family owned business in a breach of contract matter arising from an international distributorship agreement.
Represented an individual who lost his job after losing his sight with a claim under the Americans with Disability Act.
Represented an executive in pursuing retirement benefit related claims which resulted in a significant federal appellate court decision.