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- Expert Witness for a Defective Cell Phone Case
When a customer that purchases a cell phone suffers injury due to the case or a defect in design or materials, he or she may need to raise a claim through the courts for compensation. With the help and use of an expert witness, he or she may provide sufficient evidence that the defendant is responsible and owes damages to him or her.
- Internet Expert Witness Discusses Damage Due to Computer Worms
When a case involves computers or electronics, an expertís help is usually necessary, and in the case of computer worms, an expert witness becomes invaluable. The financial and personal injury caused by another individual intent on infecting computers through worms and similar malignant items may demand an explanation to unravel the confusion.
- Forensic Expert Witness Analyzes Smartphone Data
In a case where the data on a smartphone is sufficient to provide evidence in the claim, a forensic expert witness may need to assist the lawyer. By analyzing the details within the device, it is possible to connect the defendant to liability, clear the plaintiff of any fault or help in proving the information of the injury.
- At What Point Does an Email Become a Binding Contract?
Massachusetts, as well as other jurisdictions, have allowed emails to form the basis of a binding contract.
- Policies Governing Employees' Use of Computer Equipment
Have you ever walked up on an employee using Facebook on the clock or standing at the copier with a stack of personal documents?
- Can We Sue a Website like Airbnb if They Are Hacked and Personal Information Is Stolen?
When a website is hacked, and the user account information is stolen, the question becomes who is responsible, and then the matter shift into if it is possible to litigate against the company that owns the website. Hacked websites could render the company or network administrator responsible for damages to those affected.
- Finding the Best DUI Attorney: Is "Best Rated" Really the Best?
For those skilled in Internet searches and Google rankings, narrowing down your search for the best DUI lawyer can be challenging. Pushing past puffery, fake lawyer ratings and deceptive descriptions means that Web surfer must be patient, and drill down to find which DUI attorneys have the very best REAL credentials and client reviews.
- How to Protect Business Websites from Liability
Business websites could be the target of a user that has been harmed by the site or through the use while another has hacked or when a glitch shows personal identifiable information. Many websites are able to protect the owners from liability through terms of service, conditions and users agreeing to statements freeing the business from litigation.
- Does Moderating Your Website Make You Liable for Copyright Infringement?
Online platform providers are increasingly looking for ways to curate user generated content, both to promote good content and filter bad content. As a recent example, YouTube has taken steps to demonetize channels that may not align with the values of their advertisement buyers. Nearly everyone running an online platform is working on removing internet troll comments.
- Cyber Harassment Can Now Be Considered an Act of Domestic Violence
The New Jersey Legislature recently added Cyber Harassment to the list of crimes that can be considered an act of domestic violence under the Prevention of Domestic Violence Act.