Technology & Privacy Lawyers & Attorneys

As a company in today’s faced-paced digital economy, keeping up with legal requirements for everything from data privacy to online intellectual property is of the utmost importance. Priori’s curated legal marketplace is the best place to find a skilled business attorney with a strong technology background to help you navigate this complex and constantly-evolving area of law. 

You've seen many privacy policies on the sites you use every day. But privacy policies are not one-size-fits-all. In fact, because a Privacy Policy needs to cover the specific ways your company deploys data provided by users, your company's Privacy Policy should be carefully tailored to your needs. 

If your business operates a website and/or requires downloading software, you should implement an attorney-drafted Terms and Conditions. Your clients will agree to the conditions for use of your site, which can protect you in the event of a dispute.

If your company collects consumer or employee data, your company may be compiling or have access to social security numbers, credit card information, payment information, criminal records and health records. This data might be useful to improve user experience and target marketing operations, but it’s crucial that your company takes the necessary precautions to store and protect this information.

Your intellectual property is the lifeblood of your company, and as a result, protecting your brand and works from infringement is critical. If you find that your works are being used without authorization on the Internet, or you are being accused of unauthorized use, you can consult a lawyer to assist you in pursuing or defending against an infringement claim or takedown under the Digital Media Copyright Act (DMCA).  

The DMCA provides a quick and cost-effective way for infringing content to be taken down.

  1. Unlike other copyright infringement remedies, to take advantage of the DMCA takedown provision, your copyright need not be registered.
  2. A lawyer can help you draft a takedown letter that addresses the proper party and gives proper notice so that the infringing content is removed.

If your business sends transactional or marketing emails, you should understand the CAN-SPAM Act requirements for commercial messages, the rights of email recipients and the penalties for violations. Working with a Priori lawyer can help you ensure that your marketing efforts are in compliance. 

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) protects against the disclosure of employee and other individuals’ health information without their consent. HIPAA rules apply to employers who collect health information for purposes such as worker’s compensation, as well as covered entities like health care providers.

How a Technology Lawyer Can Help

A lawyer can help your businesses navigate the legal standards of the modern digital economy.  This includes compliance with evolving areas of law, avoiding sanctions from the FTC and lawsuits from users, and establishing best practices for obtaining and storing personal data, as well as protecting your digital intellectual property.

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