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- Technology in Litigation and its Cost Saving Ways
Technology has become a staple in today’s legal industry by shaping and changing the way business is conducted.
- Facebook Pictures and Privacy Concerns with Facial Recognition Technology
Face Recognition Technology
- How the Internet is Destroying Small Business Commerce and Legal Remedies
The Internet is destroying the enforceability of small business contracts. Here are a few examples: Case 1: Painting Company and the BBB. - A house painting company (“PaintCo”) bid on and signed a contract with a home owner to paint his house. The contract had a three day cancelation clause which was not invoked.
- Do's and Don'ts on How to Use Google for Legal Work
Unfortunately, about two out of three new clients come to our firm because they have a problem with their signed contract or legal documentation. Too late, they have received the previously unconsidered information that their contract does not have a jurisdictional provision (so they are being sued in Idaho); or their contract doesn’t allow for....
- Protecting Your Personal Information with Online Privacy Laws
A lot of people who use the internet have the need to protect their privacy. However, the internet is still so new that online privacy laws are still being written and modified.
- User Agreements for your website
Don't think you need contracts for your website? Think again! Consult a lawyer today that specializes in internet law.
- The Impact of Constitutional Protections on E-Discovery
The technological advances that have accompanied the digital age have presented lawyers in California and elsewhere with new challenges when conducting discovery for civil cases involving personal injury and wrongful death, as well as criminal ones. This article explores how constitutional protections have further complicated the process.
- The Computer Is a Crime Machine
Computer crimes and prosecutions on the rise: cyber espionage, theft of corporate trade secrets and identity fraud continue to increase.
- Mining Evidence under the California Electronic Discovery Act
Now that California has adopted procedures for conducting E-Discovery, requests for electronically stored information (ESI) should be part of a routine discovery plan. Getting ESI in electronic form is better than paper because it contains more information, is easier to use and distribute, and eliminates wasteful printing. This article gives practice tips on conducting E-Discovery in California.
- FTC and Online Advertising/Marketing
Internet law is a relatively new field of legal practice: state and federal courts and agencies are creating it on an ad hoc basis, attempting to fit the highly specialized disputes that arise from website development, service provider liability, copyright/trademarks, and the professional scope of online businesses and affiliate marketers into preexisting legal frameworks.