Drake T. Land is a litigator practicing in multiple substantive areas. Drake represents employers in defense of employment-related and worker’s compensation claims brought before state and federal courts and administrative agencies.  Drake also represents a variety of healthcare providers in the defense of medical malpractice claims, and counsels businesses with litigation matters.  

Prior to joining Riley Bennett Egloff, Drake served as a Deputy Attorney General for the State of Indiana, where he prosecuted medical licensing actions before the State Board of Pharmacy, Medical Licensing Board, and State Board of Nursing.  While serving as a Deputy Attorney General, he reviewed and prosecuted over one hundred medical licensing cases in all stages of administrative review.  Additionally, Drake pursued civil recovery of Medicaid overpayments under the Indiana False Claims Act.



Summary Medical License Suspensions: High Stakes - Low Due Process Requirements, RBE Blog, April 2018

  • In extreme circumstances, the boards and committees regulating licensed medical and healthcare professionals may suspend a practitioner’s license before an administrative complaint is filed or a hearing on an administrative complaint is held.This form of suspension is known as summary suspension. In order for a board to summarily suspend a license, the board must find that the practitioner “represents a clear and immediate danger to the public health and safety if the practitioner is allowed to continue to practice." READ MORE

You Received a Consumer Complaint from the Office of the Indiana Attorney General, Now What?, RBE Blog, January 2018

  • The Indiana Professional Licensing Agency (“IPLA”) regulates 40 licensed professions in the State of Indiana, everything from auctioneers to funeral directors.  Within that wide group are twenty (20) boards and committees regulating a variety of licensed medical and healthcare professionals.  All licensed professionals in Indiana are subject to the rules of the board or committee that issued their license.   IPLA is charged with disciplining licensed professionals who are found to have violated the rules, statutes, and/or standards of practice governing their specific profession... READ MORE

Responding to Inadvertent Disclosures of Employee and Consumer Personal Information, RBE Blog, May 2017

  • Business owners increasingly store employee and consumer personal data in a digital format.  This development holds numerous advantages for owners, including offsite storage of otherwise voluminous documents and searchable databases of information.  However, this development has also led to an increase in inadvertent disclosures of personal information and data breaches as those seeking to wrongfully obtain the information become more sophisticated... READ MORE

Myths & Realities of GMO Labeling Initiatives, February, 2015

  • Fllowing the introduction of Genetically Modified Organisms (“GMOs”) into the food market in 1994, consumer groups and multiple legislative bodies have fought to restrict their sale and label GMOs differently than traditionally developed foods.  This push to restrict the sale, or label, of GMOs is born of the fear that GMOs will have unforeseen consequences to human health and/or the environment... READ MORE

Beyond the Office

Drake and his wife, Amanda, are parents to two children.  On weekends, the group can frequently be found enjoying the Zoo or the Children’s Museum.


Indianapolis Bar Association

Indiana Bar Association

Defense Trial Counsel on Indiana


Ball State University, Secondary Education (2007)

Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law, J.D., cum laude (2015)

Bar Admission

Indiana (2015)

U.S. District Court, Northern District of Indiana (2015)

U.S. District Court, Southern District of Indiana (2015)