The term “hacking” has become commonplace as the world becomes increasingly connected through and reliant on computers, email, cell phones, and cloud services. In some instances, “hacking” is actionable, in addition to other behavior that involves unauthorized access
What sort of behavior is actionable under these laws? How is the case law evolving? What are the key differences between California’s law and the federal Computer Fraud and Abuse Act? What are the practical realities of litigating these kinds of cases? In this course, you will learn all about this cutting-edge area of law. The presenter, Katy Young, is a founding partner of Ad Astra Law Group, LLP, a litigation shop focused on business, employment, and real estate litigation. She has been handling computer fraud cases since 2013.
Katy M. Young is a Partner at Ad Astra Law Group, LLP in San Francisco. Her focus is on business and commercial litigation, including partnership disputes, breach of contract, computer fraud and abuse litigation, financial services litigation, real estate, construction defect, business torts, professional negligence, and collections. She also handles selected business transactions, including drafting and interpreting contracts, licensing agreements, leases, and trademarks.
Ms. Young received a Bachelor of Arts degree, cum laude, in Social Science and Pre-Law from
Ms. Young is a member of the Edward J. McFetridge American Inn of Court, the Berkeley Rotary Club, ProVisors San Francisco IX, the USF Women Lawyers Committee, and the Executive Committee of the Litigation Section of the Bar Association of San Francisco.
Very knowledgeable speaker who presented the information very clearly.
Excellent speaker! Very informative.
Well organized and engaging - perfect amount of substantive info for an hour long program.
Hackers have it great Law cannot keep up with new technology
I enjoyed the speakers enthusiasm for and competence in her subject matter,
A very interesting and helpful program.
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