Ecommerce & Internet

In the digital age, technology and communications play an essential role within the business world. Our firm champions the systems that use new technology to expand commercial outlets for entrepreneurs and business owners. We provide knowledgeable legal counsel regarding software and consulting contracts, technology licensing, cyberlaw issues, and the DMCA. Mableson Law Group is a digital pioneer and often is on the leading edge of legal issues regarding the intersection of the law and new digital platforms and issues. Ms. Mableson has been representing clients in the digital online space since 1992. Mableson Law Group routinely deals with issues and contracts relating to:

  • Web Site Design Contracts
  • Website Operations
  • TOU, TOS, EULA, Privacy Policy, DMCA Policy
  • Communications Decency Act
  • Advertising/Marketing
  • E-Evidence
  • E-Payments
  • E-Signature
  • Electronic Contracts
  • Jurisdiction
  • Online Privacy
  • Online Contracting
  • Search Engine Law
  • Digital libraries
  • E-Commerce Taxation
  • Electronic Contracts
  • Entertainment/Music
  • SOPA/PIPA/ACTA
  • Internet Censorship
  • Internet Governance
  • Spam
  • Online Privacy
  • Online Retail
  • Cybercrime
      • Contract and License Review and Negotiation
      • Cyberspace and Internet Law
      • E-commerce Law
      • Social Media
      • Future Law
      • Intellectual Property Law
      • IP Licensing
      • Information Technology Law
      • Network Security Law
      • Open Source License Law
      • Privacy Law
      • Service Level Agreements
      • Software Licensing
      • Technology Law
      • Internet and Multimedia
      • Website development and hosting
      • Trademark and copyright licensing
      • Domain name protection
      • Rights acquisition and clearance
      • Privacy and publicity rights issues
      • Internet joint venture agreements
      • Independent contractor agreements
      • Merchandising agreements

Reported Case: Cybersell v. Cybersell

 

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