The Internet provides a cloak of anonymity to those seeking to do you or your business harm. If you have an Internet fraud complaint about an unscrupulous competitor, a disgruntled former customer or a common thief with designs on your bank account, Internet fraud lawyers at Kronenberger Rosenfeld can help you fight back.
We can root out the identities of those committing anonymous Internet fraud. Our digital forensics experience is key in identifying anonymous wrongdoers.
Kronenberger Rosenfeld uses an array of investigative processes and technologies for use in tracking and identifying those who engage in anonymous Internet fraud. We are also adept at leveraging the subpoena powers of state and federal courts to discover the server logs and other digital footprints of online perpetrators. Unlike most traditional firms, we relish the challenge of investigating, identifying, and bringing those who engage in Internet fraud to justice - often before they even know we are onto them.
Kronenberger Rosenfeld utilizes its Internet forensics capabilities to unmask different types of anonymous Internet fraud campaigns.
To discuss your anonymous Internet fraud matter, call Kronenberger Rosenfeld’s Internet fraud lawyers at (415) 955-1155, ext. 120. Or submit your matter using our free online case submission form.
Represented a medical records imaging technology company in lawsuit against an unknown person who hacked into client’s network. Upon discovering that the hacker was a competitor, and that the competitor stole trade secrets and used them to compete with client, our firm amended the John Doe complaint to name the competitor as a defendant, leading to a complete win in the case and the criminal indictment of the defendant competitor.
Represented the U.S. Chess Federation in a lawsuit involving unknown parties hacking into the email account of a member of the board of directors of our client, and stealing information regarding the internal investigation of two other directors of the organization (Susan Polgar and Paul Truong). After multiple rounds of subpoenas, the firm discovered that the person responsible for the hacking was an employee of Susan Polgar, which led to the criminal indictment of such employee and an eventual resolution of the case.
Represented an international nonprofit organization in anonymous defamation matter, which also involved the theft and dissemination of the nonprofit’s trade secrets.
Represented the true owner of domain name against an anonymous party who had hacked into our client’s domain registry account and stole a valuable domain name. Our firm prevailed on our claim for conversion of the domain name and obtained a court order requiring the registrar to transfer the domain name back to our client.