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Kenneth N. Rashbaum advises multinational corporations and healthcare organizations in the areas of privacy, cyber-security and e-discovery. He counsels multinational corporations on information governance and its compliance with federal, state, a...
Practice areas: Computer Fraud, Privacy, Health Care, Litigation
Mr. Schmidt concentrates his practice in the areas of business disputes, commercial litigation, employee disloyalty, federal practice, business torts, elder fraud, technology litigation, computer forensics, white collar/government investigations d...
Practice areas: Computer Fraud, Commercial, Litigation, Business, Class Action
Review: “Jonathan has been working as an IP and trademark law expert for my startup company for a year (since 2011). Our $30+ million company is based in California, and has aspirations to sell our product worldwide. He has be...
Practice areas: Computer Fraud, Internet, Communications & Media, Intellectual Property, Privacy
Mark focuses on the needs of start-up businesses and creative professionals, from the inception of their companies and throughout each phase of their development. He advises clients regarding their copyrights, trademarks, right of publicity, a...
Practice areas: Computer Fraud, Litigation, Copyright Infringement, Trademark Infringement, Criminal Defense
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.