Q: What field do I find a firm that covers stolen id and interactive programming? Federal law
I have start to finish including programmers, witnesses, etc. I just need an attorney
You may want to look for an attorney who specializes in intellectual property law and/or cybercrime law. These areas of law deal with issues related to stolen identities and unauthorized use of programming code, as well as potential violations of federal law.
To find an attorney in this field, you can start by searching for law firms or attorneys who specialize in intellectual property law or cybercrime law in your area. You can also consult with legal directories or bar associations to find attorneys who specialize in these areas.
When you contact an attorney or law firm, be sure to provide them with as much information as possible about your case, including any evidence or documentation you have. This will help them evaluate your case and determine if they are the right fit for your needs.
It's important to choose an attorney who has experience in your specific area of need and who you feel comfortable working with. You may want to schedule consultations with a few different attorneys to compare their experience, expertise, and communication style before making a final decision.
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