There’s a saying that has been around for several years now, but has taken on extra importance recently: You can’t be fired for something you don’t post on social media. After Congress passed the Clarifying Lawful Overseas Use of Data (“CLOUD”) Act earlier this year, we may need an additional, […]
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“Smartphones are ubiquitous in modern life.” Katelin Eunjoo Seo v. State of Indiana. There already countless reasons not to carry a smartphone if you happen to be involved in criminal activities. The smartphone keeps track of your location, just about everything you say, and the questions you want the answers […]
How do I get a protective order? If you or your child is a victim of domestic or family violence, stalking, or a sex offense, you can petition for a protective order under Ind. Code 34-26-5. In many counties, the Clerk’s office at the county courthouse has a form for […]
If you suffered financial loss as the victim of a crime, the prosecutor may be able to recover some of your losses in the criminal case. A criminal court can order a convicted person to pay restitution, but only for certain expenses. As the Court of Appeals emphasized in its […]
Did you invest in a “non-traditional” investment? Did you “loan” money to a business? If so, you might have purchased a security. The definition of a “security” includes all of the traditional investment options that most people think of like stocks, bonds, and transferable shares. But, there are two types […]