Our clients operate in a fast-paced electronic landscape that is ever-changing—and is subsequently capable of posing more and more risk to you and your organization. The tech field poses complex and wide-ranging obstacles, from threats of data theft to HR concerns and far beyond. Every organization must be proactive in implementing proper policies to safeguard the rights of its employees and customers—and to ensure that privacy and security of critical information and data remain intact.
AALRR’s talented technology team has helped countless clients by informing them about their obligations under ever-changing laws and helping them discharge their obligations in the short time frames that those laws impose. Our experience in this field ranges as far and wide as the field itself: We’ve represented corporations and organizations in a diverse range of cases, from those involving the posting of defamatory information on social media to those involving unauthorized releases of confidential information—for example, workers’ compensation or payroll information—without consent to do so. Our numerous successes include cases that called for complex litigation against accusations of data theft, reaching a favorable settlement for a large general contractor to prevent use of illegally downloaded data, and defending a public entity against wrongful termination claims after a former employee had hacked into private accounts.
In addition to working directly with our clients in their tech cases, we also provide training and leadership throughout the State of California on tech-related issues—both through our annual EdLaw Tech and our Employment Law Conferences and through multiple presentations held throughout the year.
We work with school districts, national and international corporations, general contractors, social media companies, staffing agencies, and more on a wide range of matters, including e-discovery; social media, intranet, and websites; purchasing and contracting; crisis management; BYOD movement; First Amendment rights; identity theft monitoring; anti-SLAPP; trade secret misappropriation; computer crimes; investigations; and civil enforcement. Legal issues involving tech are serious and consequential. AALRR attorneys bring their depth of knowledge and expertise to every case they handle.
Alerts & Articles
- Governor Brown Ends His Last Legislative Session Signing Several #MeToo Movement Bills and Penning Last Minute Vetoes10.18.2018
- California Propels the #Metoo Movement Forward Passing Laws Protecting Victims/Employers From Defamation07.18.2018
- Janitorial Companies Must Register with California Labor Commissioner Starting July 1, 2018 and Begin Distribution of Sexual Harassment Materials to All Employees and Contractors06.25.2018
- California Court of Appeal Suggests, Without Deciding, Employers Must Accommodate Employees’ Association with Disabled Individuals09.09.2016
- California Court of Appeal Finds Employers Must Accommodate Employee’s Association With Disabled Individuals04.19.2016
- Supreme Court Unanimously Rules Patent and Trademark Office Cannot Recover Attorneys’ Fees in Section 145 District Court Challenges of Patent Denial DecisionsBusiness Law Journal, 12.16.2019
- Business Law Journal, 11.25.2019
- Infringers Profits and Willfulness: Supreme Court Set to Resolve Circuit Split Regarding Trademark DamagesBusiness Law Journal, 10.24.2019
- Business Law Journal, 10.01.2019
- Labor & Employment Law Blog, 11.19.2018
- Following Dynamex, California Court of Appeal Applies Stringent ABC Test to Wage Order Claims and Confirms Borello Still Applies to Non-Wage Order ClaimsLabor & Employment Law Blog, 10.29.2018
- Labor & Employment Law Blog, 08.29.2018
- Labor & Employment Law Blog, 08.24.2018
- Labor & Employment Law Blog, 07.25.2018
- Federal Court Strikes Down Portions of AB 450 that Limited California Employers’ Ability to Cooperate with ICE InspectionsLabor & Employment Law Blog, 07.16.2018
- Labor & Employment Law Blog, 06.28.2018
- Labor & Employment Law Blog, 03.30.2018
- Business Law Journal, 03.13.2018
- Labor & Employment Law Blog, 03.13.2018
- EdLawConnect Blog, 03.07.2018
- Labor & Employment Law Blog, 02.15.2018
- EdLawConnect Blog, 01.30.2017
- Technical Difficulties with an Online Meeting Agenda Does Not Always Constitute a Brown Act Violation if the Meeting ProceedsEdLawConnect Blog, 01.25.2016
- EdLawConnect Blog, 12.05.2014
- New Law Provides Postsecondary Education Institutions Exceptions to the Competitive Bidding Requirements for Goods, Services, or Information Technology ContractsEdLawConnect Blog, 01.02.2014
- EdLawConnect Blog, 06.06.2013
- EdLawConnect Blog, 03.21.2013
- EdLawConnect Blog, 03.01.2013