Entries by Jeff Neuenschwander

Indiana Expungement Law

Recent additions to the Indiana code may allow your criminal record to be expunged. This can be of great benefit when trying to gain employment. However, there are important details that you should be aware of, such as the fact that all criminal offenses must be expunged at once, because a person only gets one […]

Saeed and Little Files lawsuit against Johnson County concerning lack of adequate public defenders

Saeed and Little has filed a class-action lawsuit against Johnson County and Johnson County judges, stating that Johnson County has violated the right to counsel of persons accused of crimes in Johnson County, and that both judges and public defenders have breached their contracts concerning public defender representation.  Read more at: http://www.theindianalawyer.com/johnson-county-judges-public-defenders-sued-for-systemic-problems/PARAMS/article/38428 http://www.dailyjournal.net/view/local_story/Move-challenges-adequacy-of-pu_1444348509 Copy of complaint […]

Huge data breach by Indiana company Anthem leaves 80 million vulnerable

In a massive data breach, health insurance company Anthem has had name, address, birthdate, and social security number information compromised for up to 80 million customers and employees. http://www.wsj.com/articles/health-insurer-anthem-hit-by-hackers-1423103720 This breach is particularly troubling, because the information leaked appears to be complete enough for malicious parties to open credit accounts using the victims’ identities.  The […]

Bitcoin gets a legit US exchange in Coinbase with the NYSE as an investor

Despite the fact that bitcoin has died 39 times (no seriously, there’s a guy who keeps track), today Coinbase, a company backed by over 100M$ in venture capital, including one of the world’s most famous venture capital firms, Andreesen Horowitz, and a little organization called the New York Stock Exchange, took their bitcoin exchange live today […]

Attorneys David Miller and Jon Little have filed a suit against Anthem on behalf of Hoosiers

Saeed and Little Attorneys David Miller and Jon Little have filed a suit against Anthem on behalf of Hoosiers, claiming that  Blue Cross and Blue Shield are artificially inflating prices.  The suit is likely to become part of a larger class-action suit in Alabama, which accuses Anthem and other health plans of anti-competitive behavior and […]