The Florida Information Protection Act provides that an entity who is required to follow FIPA give notice to affected individuals in the event of a data breach.

Protection of confidential information, including trade secrets, as well as enforcement of non-compete, non-solicit, non-circumvent and non-disclosure covenants are common claims we work with clients to resolve and, when necessary, file a lawsuit and move for immediate injunctive relief to stop unlawful theft and use of sensitive and secret client information.

When our clients find their website content has been duplicated in its entirety by a competitor, or name, marks, images and good will being used by a bad actor, we step in and bring the matter to resolution using all available channels.

We help you deal with and resolve data breach and information security claims.

The firm is adept in litigating and resolving disputes often alleged in the internet marketing industry. Claims related to information security or data breaches are increasingly more prevalent. Companies that collect sensitive personal information from consumers are governed by state and federal laws such as the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPA), the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLB) and the Florida Information Protection Act (FIPA). These laws govern safe keeping of personal information and carry stiff penalties for violations. The Florida Information Protection Act provides that an entity who is required to follow FIPA give notice to affected individuals in the event of a data breach. We help you deal with and resolve data breach and information security claims.


Florida’s Uniform Trade Secrets Act and the federal Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2016 (DTSA) regulate and protect trade secret information in Florida. Protection of confidential information, including trade secrets, as well as enforcement of non-compete, non-solicit, non-circumvent and non-disclosure covenants are common claims we work with clients to resolve and, when necessary, file a lawsuit and move for immediate injunctive relief to stop unlawful theft and use of sensitive and secret client information. We regularly act to enforce the rights of our clients in employer employee situations as well as business to business disputes.


Misappropriation or theft of IP addresses, website content or other digital intellectual property is also on the rise. When our clients find their website content has been duplicated in its entirety by a competitor, or name, marks, images and good will being used by a bad actor, we step in and bring the matter to resolution using all available channels. Knowledge of laws such as the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) and authorities or business entities who can take action to shut down the wrongful act makes all the difference.