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David focuses his practice on litigation and transactions involving trademarks, copyrights, and domain names, and related product and service development and distribution issues. A former software and web developer, he regularly handles cutting-ed...
Practice areas: Computer Fraud, Trademark Infringement, Copyright Infringement, Internet, Trademark Application
James Kurz is first a problem solver, but when parties cannot reach a reasonable resolution, his clients value his extensive trial experience. His professional resume covers 190 trials to verdict, including more than 40 jury trials. His legal wor...
Practice areas: Computer Fraud, Business, Intellectual Property, Copyright Infringement, Litigation
Mr. McGee is an attorney in the Information Security and Internet Enforcement Group of Sonnenschein's Washington, D.C. office. Mr. McGee's practice involves advising clients on, among other things, Internet privacy, Information Security, the pro...
Practice areas: Computer Fraud, Intellectual Property, Privacy, Internet, Gaming
If your computer has been a criminal target, or if a thief uses your computer as a tool to commit a crime without your knowledge, you may benefit from the services of a computer fraud attorney. Computer fraud occurs when a person gains unauthorized access to your computer, or interferes with information stored or displayed on your computer. It can also occur when someone stops your computer from working properly, or when someone uses your computer data to steal information. Examples of computer fraud crimes include theft, blackmail, forgery, embezzlement, cyber-stalking, and distribution of child pornography. Computer fraud lawyers will know the information you need to protect yourself from becoming a victim, or to stop being a victim if you have already become one.