When Wired Magazine listed the most controversial Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) hacking cases of the last decade, three of them were ours. When the United States Department of Justice issued Grand Jury supoenas in the Guccifer 2.0 investigation, we got a call. We made sure that our clients’ part in that investigation ended with the Grand Jury testimony. When a client in Texas called because he’d been indicted for 44 felony counts of computer crime we took a look at the evidence and negotiated the indictment down to a single misdemeanor plea deal. Our expertise doesn’t derive from tacking the word “cyber” in front of our marketing copy. It comes from our experience at the negotiating table, at trial, and on appeal.
Our clients turn to us for solutions that aren’t taught in law school, found on the internet, or looked up in a treatise. Our clients have unique needs that can’t be met by “Big Law” and general practices that lack our in depth, practical, and hard earned experience in the fields of Computer Law, Intellectual Property, and Criminal Defense.
Just like you won’t settle for just any lawyer, we don’t take just any client. We choose our clients as carefully as they choose us, evaluating, among other factors, the merits and significance of their case, positional conflicts, our current case load, and our ability to deliver work product on a timely basis. There are lots of law firms and “off the shelf” legal services. But if you’re looking for lawyers and counselors in the fields of computer law, intellectual property, or criminal defense, you should schedule a consultation. Because we’re on the cutting edge of all three.