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Technology Law Lawyer
At NeJame Law we are well equipped to help you with all of your Technology Law issues. Partner, Attorney Tom Sadaka, is in charge of the firm's Technology Law and Intellectual Property Law practice. Tom focuses his practice on many aspects of Technology Law, including corporate compliance, technology related critical incident response, document retention, privacy and use policy review and implementation, subpoena and legal process compliance, Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA), Internet defamation defense, Digital Millennia Copyright Act (DMCA) issues and defense litigation involving business and technology crimes.
Prior to joining NeJame Law, Tom oversaw all criminal prosecution and investigation of computer and Internet related crimes and identity theft cases handled by the Florida Attorney General's Office of Statewide Prosecution He also served as the National Association of Attorneys General computer crime contact; and the Department of Justice 24/7 computer crime prosecution contact.
For many years Tom has been an active lecturer and instructor on many aspects of computer, high technology crimes and identity theft to diverse audiences across the nation. Mr. Sadaka has provided testimony before the United States Congress on Social Security Number misuse by terrorists and identity thieves, serves on a Congressional Task Force on Social Security Number Misuse, and provides frequent testimony before the Florida Legislature and has, on multiple occasions, provided expert testimony in court proceedings on electronic intercept laws, electronic data storage and recovery, and general technology matters.
At NeJame Law, our Technology Law Attorneys are prepared to their skills and experience to use on behalf of you!
What is Technology Law?
Today, just about everything that we do is related to technology. We rely on technology to operate the cars we drive. We stay in constant contact with each other through high tech cell phones. We use our computers to purchase necessities like food and clothing. We listen to and download music through portable devices. We even have the ability to record television shows when we are not at home. It would be very difficult to get through an entire day without enjoying the benefits of technology.
Technology Law is an emerging field of law that is deals with any legal issue that can arise out of the technology we use every single day. Since nearly everything is we do involves technology, Technology Law overlaps with many other areas of law. Technology Law includes, but is certainly not limited to the following areas:
- Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA)
- Communications Decency Act (CDA)
- Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA)
- Theft of Trade Secrets
- Crimes Against Computer Users
First Amendment rights
Does Technology Law apply to me?
Technology Law applies to just about everyone. Whether you are complying with Technology Laws or enjoying the benefits of them, they apply to you in some way. If you own a company and it has a website, if you have an idea for a new invention, if you design a logo or trademark that you need protected-each of these scenarios either require a Technology Law Attorney, or will require one at some point.
How can I protect myself and/or my business?
If you have a question about your business as it pertains to Technology Law we can help you here at NeJame Law. Whether you have a civil or criminal case that involves issues of Technology Law, we can help you. Our attorneys will make sure that you are in compliance with all relevant rules and regulations or we can offer you suggestions on ways to protect yourself and your business. Whatever the situation or circumstance, no matter is too complex for our Technology Law Attorneys.
Contact our Technology Lawyer
Contact our technology law attorneys today. You may call us at (407) 245-1232, fill out our online form or email us at Civil@NeJameLaw.com and one of our lawyers will contact you back shortly. We value your privacy and will keep any information strictly confidential.