Practice Areas include Intellectual Property; Business Law; Corporate Law; Copyrights; Computer Law; Internet Law; Trademarks; Incorporation; Business Formation; Partnership Law; Employment Law; Contracts; Software and ... more
Experienced legal counsel for the software industry and other intellectual property focused "creative enterprises." Representing businesses of all types in the protection of intellectual property ... more
When dealing with legal issues related to the Internet and other new media legal issues including piracy, streaming, digital protection, fair use, and unauthorized reproduction people employ the assistance of Internet, Technology and Communications law attorneys. These attorneys help people and businesses navigate ever-changing New Media issues by combining knowledge of the law with an understanding of licensing transactions. The computer, Internet, and other hi-tech attorneys represent the field of law where web-based technologies meet the world of copyrights, patents, trademarks, and other intellectual property issues. Communications lawyers assist cable operators, wireless carriers, and telecommunications service providers.