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We provide experienced legal representation for individuals in Freehold, as well as businesses and government agencies in all Internet-related legal matters. The attorneys in our Internet Law Department are knowledgeable about the civil and criminal implications of publishing information and doing business online. Whether you have experienced a data breach in your organization; you are a victim of a computer crime; or you are facing criminal charges for hacking, electronic stalking, identity theft, or another Internet-related offense, we can help, and we encourage you to contact a Freehold internet lawyer promptly for a confidential initial consultation.
Our Internet Law Department serves clients in all Internet-related legal matters. For Freehold-area businesses and government entities, we can assist with various forms of proactive risk management, and we can help you meet your obligations if you have experienced a data breach affecting your employees or customers. For individuals, we offer aggressive defense representation for Internet-related criminal investigations and charges; and, if you have had your identity stolen or experienced an invasion of privacy online, we can help restore your personal sanctity and protect your professional reputation. We have particular experience in the areas of:
With high-profile consumer and employee data breaches making headlines on a regular basis, the issue of online data security has taken center stage for private and public organizations in recent years. Many organizations located in Freehold and elsewhere in New Jersey can potentially owe a variety of legal obligations to their customers and personnel, and failure to respond to a data breach (or even a potential data breach) in a timely manner can have significant legal ramifications. Any indication of hacking or electronic theft needs to be taken extremely seriously. At Helmer, Conley and Kasselman, P.A., our Freehold internet lawyer can help you quickly assess your potential exposure and compliance obligations, and we can assist you in developing and executing an appropriate course of action for preventing future attacks.
Many of New Jersey’s Internet crime laws are extremely broad, and they often impose severe criminal penalties for what may initially seem like minor offenses. Internet crimes can result in federal prosecution as well; and, at Helmer, Conley and Kasselman, P.A., our internet lawyers are experienced in defending clients at the state and federal levels. We understand what is at stake, and we are intimately familiar with the technical and legal issues involved in these often-complicated cases. Whether you are under investigation in Freehold or you have already been charged, it is important that you engage defense counsel as soon as possible.
If you would like to speak with a member of our Internet Law Department, please contact us to arrange a confidential initial consultation. Call our Freehold, NJ law office at (848) 207-3500, or send us your contact information and we will be in touch as soon as possible.
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