Cybercrime/Digital Criminal Law

Thanks to their expertise in criminal law and criminal procedure, the members of the Lexing network can assist and defend you, whether you are a plaintiff or a defendant, in your litigation under digital criminal law.

The Lexing network also includes numerous experts in public law, providing valuable complementarity and comprehensive skills in cross-sectional litigations.

The Lexing network services include:

Criminal liability of legal entities

  • principle of legal personality;
  • defense of the legal person;
  • determination of competent bodies and representatives;
  • management of cumulative liability.

Criminal business law

  • theft;
  • scam,
  • breach of trust;
  • corruption;
  • favoritism;
  • embezzlement of public funds;
  • forgery and falsification;
  • violation of the secrecy of correspondence;
  • breach of trade secret.


  • unauthorized access to IT systems;
  • data theft;
  • online identity theft;
  • Internet scams (phishing, CEO fraud);
  • breach of email privacy;
  • counterfeiting of copyright, trademark, domain name, software;
  • breach of personal data protection laws (including failure to comply with data security obligations, failure to respect the rights of data subjects).

Press offenses

  • protection of the reputation of local and regional governmental authorities, persons holding public authority or entrusted with a public service task, and public bodies, where they are victims of defamation, insult or smear campaign whether in the press (print media, radio, TV) or online.

Criminal employment law

  • breach of rules on health and safety at work;
  • hindering the actions of staff representative bodies and trade unions;
  • discrimination;
  • moral and sexual harassment;
  • prevention of psychosocial risks;
  • offenses related to illegal work (illegal subcontracting of labor, illegal supply of employees, undeclared work, violation of rules on temporary work);
  • breach of professional secrecy.

General criminal law

  • defense of persons holding public authority or entrusted with a public service task against incivilities or assaults;
  • defense against attacks on the property of public companies: destruction, degradation or deterioration of all or part of their assets.

Criminal procedure

The Lexing network members help and represent clients at every step of the procedure before criminal courts:

  • technical analysis of the facts;
  • management of evidence;
  • simple complaint and follow up of the preliminary investigation;
  • complaint with civil party petition and follow up of the investigation procedure;
  • actions (whether as plaintiff or defendant) before competent courts.