15 Reasons to Call Us
Below are the 15 most common reasons people call us. If one of these things happened to you, contact our law firm to learn more about your legal options.
- Corporate Espionage or Theft. A malicious insider, former employee, or business competitor stole your company data, files, secrets, or intellectual property to start a different business or help another business compete against you.
- Corporate Computer Hacking. Someone illegally breached your company’s information security or cybersecurity systems to view, download, corrupt, or destroy your computer files or corporate data without authorization, resulting in economic losses or mitigation expenses exceeding $5,000.
- Defamation, Trade Libel, or False Advertising. A business competitor, employee, coworker, or customer published false and derogatory statements about you or your business online, harming your reputation, decreasing the value of your brand, and causing you economic losses.
- Fake News and Fake Stories. A newspaper, news station, book publisher, magazine publisher, blogger, journalist, author, or reporter intentionally published fake news or a fake story about you or your business that severely harmed you, your family, or your business.
- You Were Sued. You or your business were wrongfully sued for defamation, invasion of privacy, trade secrets theft, injurious falsehood, intentional infliction of emotional distress, computer crime, or computer fraud and you need an experienced trial attorney who has litigated these claims for plaintiffs and defendants to defend you.
- Title IX Complaint. You are a university, college, or high school student, faculty member, or staff member whose legal rights were violated at the school and the school failed to take reasonable actions to protect you or discipline the person who harmed you.
- Title IX Defendant. You are a university, college, or high school student, faculty member, or staff member who was wrongfully accused of violating school rules and need an experienced Title IX lawyer to represent you during your investigation or hearings.
- Someone Publicized Embarrassing Secrets about You. Someone publicly disclosed embarrassing private information about your sex life, medical history, medical conditions, medical records, prescriptions, or psychological treatment records in a public statement, book, or Internet post.
- Your Ex Hacked You and Used the Evidence in Court. Your former spouse hacked your email account, computer, tablet, iPad, iPhone or smartphone and used your private or confidential information against you in a child custody, divorce, alimony, child support, or business lawsuit or legal proceeding.
- Your Private Conversation Was Secretly Recorded. Someone wiretapped or eavesdropped on a private conversation between you and another person without obtaining permission from you or the other person.
- Revenge Porn, Sextortion, or Cyberstalking. You are a victim of revenge porn, sextortion, or cyberstalking and you know who did it.
- Breach of Confidentiality. A doctor, dentist, lawyer, psychologist, business, or company promised to keep your private contact information, medical records, psychology records, financial records, or data confidential and then disclosed your information without your permission.
- Internet Extortion. Someone threatened to publish false and defamatory statements or release your private information online unless you pay them.
- You Were Secretly Recorded Having Sex or In the Nude. Someone hacked your webcam or took photographs of you or video recorded you without your knowledge while you were nude or having sex.
- Someone Wrongfully Profited from Your Image or Name. Someone used your picture, name, or likeness to make money and did not get your permission or authorization first.