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Internet and Ecommerce

Given how pervasive and prevalent the Internet has become, almost all of our clients need help navigating its constantly-changing legal landscape. The vast accessibility of the Internet comes at the price of complying with a panoply of local, state, federal and international rules, regulations and laws. Clients face potential civil and criminal liability that requires an up-to-date understanding of this complicated area of law. Our Internet and Ecommerce attorneys understand this and have considerable experience dealing with the following issues for our clients:

  • domain names
  • trademarks
  • web development and programming agreements
  • hosting agreements
  • privacy rights and privacy policies
  • data security
  • spam and anti-spam laws and regulations
  • publicity rights
  • free speech and censorship
  • terms of use
  • content licenses
  • click licenses
  • limiting liability with respect to third party content
  • DMCA compliance and safe harbors
  • COPPA compliance
  • online sweepstakes and contests
  • online auction websites
  • social media
  • cloud computing
  • IaaS, PaaS, SaaS

The Internet and Ecommerce attorneys at Goodsill have the knowledge and experience that is required in this rapidly evolving area of the law.

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