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Federal and New York laws have a hard time keeping up with technological changes
The fast-paced changes in technology raise many business and ethical issues. Though the internet, social media, computers, smartphones, genetic research, and artificial intelligence are no longer new, the law has a tough time keeping up with the impact of these technologies. Attorneys who specialize in technology law help businesses and individuals navigate this rapidly changing legal frontier.
Technology law attorneys study the latest tech and related legal issues
Technology lawyers have acquired substantial knowledge of technology and its impact on businesses and individuals in the context of existing and evolving laws. They keep up-to-date on court decisions that related to technology. It is unreasonable, however, to expect one person to know everything about technology and everything about the law.
So, it’s not unusual for technology law attorneys to specialize in how technology relates to specific industries, such as genetic engineering, communications, finance and trading, engineering, agriculture, application and software development, etc. Many law firms and corporate legal counsel use a team approach to technology law so they can cover broad areas of the law.
Common issues handled by technology law attorneys
Some of the most common issues technology law attorneys handle include:
Protecting intellectual property. Intellectual property laws apply to the internet and digital media just like in the brick and mortar world. But it can be difficult to enforce and protect your trademarks, copyrights, brand identity and other intellectual property rights in the cyber world.
Advocating for regulatory reform. Many industries, such as technology and communications are regulated by the FCC and/or the FTC. Throughout the history of technological change, these agencies have not kept up with emerging technologies.
Protecting privacy and data integrity and ensuring internet security. The law protects your personal information including your name, address, email, social security number, IP address and financial information. But though the law has protections, breaches of internet security, identity theft, and other illegal cyber invasions are much too common.
Avoiding ethical issues. Genetic engineering, artificial intelligence, and location-based tracking are among some of the topics that advance our scientific knowledge and provide societal benefits. But these topics also raise issues that have ethical or legal implications. Technology law attorneys help individuals and businesses with these and many other areas of technology.
Law Office of Jenna F. Karadbil, P.C. stays up-to-date on technology and its legal implications
The attorneys at Law Office of Jenna F. Karadbil, P.C. help our clients in New York, New York navigate the legal issues related to technology. We understand the law and how it is affected by technology.
Contact Law Office of Jenna F. Karadbil, P.C. to speak with a technology law attorney who will protect your business
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