We defend businesses and individuals in criminal investigations, regulatory enforcement actions, and prosecutions.
Computer crimes can take many forms, but they are generally acts performed by individuals or companies who commit illegal acts using computers, information services, or networks. Types of computer crimes include hacking, cyberstalking, computer intrusions, identify theft, phishing scams, credit card fraud, denial of service attacks, theft of private information, and violation of child pornography laws.
These offenses are often prosecuted under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (“CFAA”), a federal statute that we have litigated extensively on behalf of our clients. Our in-house digital forensic examiner gives us an edge in cyber crime investigations, helping us quickly assess the strength of government’s evidence, preserve defense evidence, and craft an informed defense strategy.
Additional Practice Areas
White Collar Criminal and Regulatory Defense
Complex Civil Litigation
We resolve high-stakes disputes of all varieties, in all venues, and in all stages of litigation.
We prosecute and defend virtually every type of issue that may arise during a bankruptcy case or adversary proceeding.
We defend businesses and individuals in whistleblower investigations. We also advocate for whistleblowers.
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