Elman Technology Law, P.C. lawyers advise clients on intellectual property and Internet-related business matters, helping them develop strategies to maximize their ability to leverage intellectual assets and protect the “crown jewels” of their businesses. With regard to cybersecurity, we help clients comply with state and federal laws and standards, to minimize risk of adverse results in litigation over the inevitable breach of cybersecurity.
As a boutique law practice in a suburb of Philadelphia, we can advise law firms on the ethical, legal and technical requirements for protecting confidential client information. With our guidance, they can thus reduce financial and professional exposure regarding loss of such information.
Founded in 2002, FisherBroyles LLP is the first and largest national, full-service, cloud-based law firm in the country. The Next Generation Law Firm® has grown to over 120 attorneys in 20 offices nationwide. The FisherBroyles model leverages technology to offer a more cost-effective solution to clients without sacrificing Big Law quality by eliminating unnecessary overhead that does not add value to clients. Visit our website at www.fisherbroyles.com to learn more about our firm’s unique approach and how we can best meet your needs.
The Blakes Cybersecurity group is a multidisciplinary team of lawyers with significant technology, regulatory, privacy, employment, financial services, crisis management and litigation expertise. We understand the complex, interrelated legal, technical and compliance issues involved in cybersecurity. Our experienced team advises clients at all points along the cyber-risk spectrum: from risk mitigation to incident response and dispute resolution.
Gerry Elman is president of Elman Technology Law, a boutique law firm in Media, PA, a suburb of Philadelphia. He generally advises on intellectual property and Internet business law, and helps clients minimize the financial and reputational risk that can result from a variety of cybersecurity breaches.
Gerry has served as an attorney for 48 years, in both public and private practice, and is a widely published author on technology and the law. He is listed in Super Lawyers and other prestigious legal directories, and since 1988 he has been profiled in each edition of Who’s Who in America.
He was one of the first lawyers to work with computers and online information technology and has long been an evangelist for cybersecurity. He has served as a Deputy Attorney General of Pennsylvania, and as a trial attorney with the U.S. Department of Justice, Antitrust Division.
Gerry taught Intellectual Property Management as a faculty member of the University of Phoenix when the company first established an “online campus.” He has science degrees from Stanford and the University of Chicago, and earned his law degree at Columbia.
Christina Bost Seaton is a business litigation lawyer with extensive experience litigating and counseling regarding complex commercial disputes. She has particular expertise in the areas of (1) restrictive covenants and trade secrets; (2) privacy and information security; and (3) whistleblowers. She regularly publishes and speaks on these topics.
Christina has wide-ranging substantive experience, including, but not limited to, securities fraud litigation, derivative litigation, accountant's liability cases, litigation involving real estate (REITs, private equity funds, commercial landlord-tenant, foreclosures, Yellowstone injunctions, zoning disputes), breach of contract litigation, qui tam cases, and employment law. She works closely with clients in all sectors, and has particular expertise with the banking, real estate, and retail sectors. She regularly appears in both state court and federal litigation, in both the trial level and appellate courts.
Iris practices complex commercial and civil litigation and specializes in crisis response and reputation management. She has extensive experience advising clients on privacy, access to information, cybersecurity and defamation matters, as well as in the area of white collar crime and investigations, including foreign corrupt practices legislation. She has extensive court experience and has appeared in every level of court in Ontario, and has been counsel on leading defamation and access to information cases at the Supreme Court of Canada.