Cyber Law

The Internet has given rise to a host of challenges and possibilities for individuals, businesses, governments and nations. Electronic commerce is now a central part of how some businesses promote their trade values and engage in commercial transactions. Cyberlaw is a domain covering many areas of law and regulation related to the Internet and e-commerce. Legal considerations include personal jurisdiction, electronic data and discovery process, intellectual property, antitrust, financing and operation of technology companies, business contracts, advertising, taxation, privacy, domain names, free speech, state regulation, security and crimes.

Whether you are starting an intellectual property-based business online or expanding your entertainment business on the Internet, The Entertainment and Intellectual Property Law Group of Pailet & Ostendorf, LLP can help with planning an electronic commerce strategy, managing your virtual store, documenting electronic transactions, and protecting your business assets in cyberspace.

Attorneys at P&O Law have many years of combined experience in reviewing, negotiating, and drafting agreements covering website design and development, hosting and maintenance services, website terms and conditions, affiliate relationships, information privacy, and licensing of software. We have represented software developers, website designers, internet start-ups, application service providers, product distributors, and entertainment-related websites. We assist our clients with acquiring, managing and protecting domain names, protecting their proprietary rights to assets distributed in cyberspace, securing new intellectual property, and creating business opportunities in the online marketplace.