United States District Court
Chambers: Room 255 Indianapolis
Courtroom 243 Indianapolis
Ruth Olive (317) firstname.lastname@example.org
Denise K. LaRue was appointed U. S. Magistrate Judge on May 24, 2011. She fills a new magistrate judge position created for the Southern District of Indiana by the Judicial Conference of the United States.
Prior to her appointment, Magistrate Judge LaRue was a partner with Haskin & LaRue, where she has practiced law since 1994. Prior to her employment with what is now Haskin & LaRue, she worked as a staff attorney at the Indiana Civil Rights Commission.
Judge LaRue has extensive experience in employment-related litigation, involving discrimination and retaliation claims under Title VII; the Americans with Disabilities Act; the Family and Medical Leave Act; and the Age Discrimination in Employment Act. While in private practice, she also handled claims asserting various constitutional violations of due process rights, free speech, and political association violations; wage and hour violations; and claims under an array of federal labor acts.
Judge LaRue was born in Indianapolis, Indiana, and is a 1989 cum laude graduate of the Indiana University School of Law – Indianapolis. She received her B.S. in Public Personnel-Labor Relations from Indiana University – Bloomington in 1980. She is a Life Member of the Marion County Bar Association and a Master with the Indianapolis American Inn of Court.
Counsel has sought guidance on the Court’s procedures for issuing protective orders and seeking to file documents under seal. On January 15, 2015, a Uniform Protective Order was approved by the Court.
Uniform Protective Order (Approved by the Court 1/15/2015)
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