Internet + Computer Law

Computer and Internet law, sometimes also referred to as Cyberlaw, covers a wide area of law affecting the design and use of computers, and their use on the Internet.  Computer and Cyberlaw typically include, but is not limited to, topics related to contract law, data access, data security, data privacy, online commercial transactions, trademark law, and copyright law.  Our firm provides advice and counseling to clients facing issues in this area of law.  For example, we help clients with different types of agreements such as development agreements, website commerce agreements, privacy policy, terms of use, confidentiality/non-disclosure agreements, end-user licenses, joint promotion agreements, artistic license agreements, trademark license agreements, copyright license agreements.  We also guide clients toward resolution of IP-related disputes that touch the use of computers and the Internet.  For example, we help clients with domain name disputes through the Uniform Domain-Name Dispute-Resolution Policy (UDRP) proceedings, with Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) disputes, with copyright disputes, and with trademark disputes. We also assist companies with the protection of their intellectual property, including their data, through patents, trademarks, trade secrets, and copyrights.