In a published decision released November 17, 2021, the Indiana Court of Appeals affirmed the ruling of the Marion Superior Court in favor of Rubin & Levin’s client.  The trial court ruled, and the Court of Appeals agreed, that a garnishee defendant who responds to garnishment interrogatories in a proceedings supplemental but fails to object to the jurisdiction of the Indiana Court has waived any right to challenge personal jurisdiction over the garnishee.  Rubin & Levin Partner Josh Casselman represented the appellee in the appeal.