Information Technology

When disputes arise in the field of information technology that cannot be resolved outside of the court system, a lawyer specializing in these types of cases can prove a powerful advocate compared to a general legal practitioner. Information technology law firms tend to hire lawyers with practical experience working in the industry prior to entering the legal profession.

With such a background, a lawyer is more effective at explaining technical concepts to a judge or jury, and he or she will likely have contacts within the industry that make finding consultants and expert witnesses less difficult.

HR&T attorneys in this practice areas include the former chair of the New Orleans City Council Cable and Telecommunications Committee responsible for the development and administration of land use policy for telecommunications installations (including with respect to the development of apartment complexes, hotels, and retail sites).

Attorneys with Information Technology Expertise Include: