Technology has become an essential component of most business and industries worldwide. The Carter Conboy Technology Practice Group is adept in legal issues including eDiscovery, data security and management, and cyber-related investigations and litigation.
Our technology group services many sectors, including but not limited to, automotive and trucking, construction, education, financial institutions, health care and pharmaceutical, insurance, manufacturing, real estate, hospitality, retail, software, telecommunications, transportation and logistics, and state and federal governmental agencies.
Our practical computer science and technology experience encompasses the last 30 years and is the foundation for our insight into the progression of technology through the decades. For example, our Practice Group attorney, Thomas A. Capezza, was involved in designing remediation database systems for Superfund sites for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and designing computer systems for the financial services sector. Our experience with software, hardware and database systems, combined with business knowledge, industry experience and legal acumen, allows us to provide practical, business-centric advice and representation to our clients.
- Collection, Use, Sharing and Retention of Bulk Data
- Compliance Issues and Reviews
- Contracts and Confidentiality Agreements
- Contract Drafting and Review
- Cyber Threat Intelligence and Security Issues
- Cyber Litigation
- Data Breach Preparedness and Response
- Data Collection, Management and Security
- Joint Ventures
- Implementation of Information Systems
- Law Enforcement Intelligence Gathering
- Outsourcing to Third-Party Entities
- Policies, Procures and Protocols
- Privacy Rights
- Procurement and Funding
- Software Development, Licensing and Services
- State and Federal Security Issues
- Technology transfer and licensing
- Successful co-location of a government intelligence center with a not-for-profit, which resulted in a state, federal and private information-sharing partnership concerning cyber threat intelligence and security issues. The project entailed operational and security issues, procurement and funding issues, and unique construction issues relative to state and federal security protocols.
- Legal management of bulk data collection in the context of intelligence gathering, including protocols, relating to privacy rights, collection, use, sharing and retention practices of various forms of bulk data.
- Legal management of procedures and security protocols as it related to a number of information technology and business functions being out-sourced to third-party entities.
- Creation and implemental of eDiscovery protocols related to discovery obligations in litigation and the technical availability of archived data stored on a historical tape system.