Virtually every business has an online presence that provides great prospects and distinct challenges that can lead to significant and unexpected legal issues. Gross McGinley’s internet law attorneys work to keep our business clients informed and prepared to take advantage of the unique opportunities of the Internet, while taking precautionary steps to prevent potential liabilities and to allow for the most effective use of the ever-evolving Internet.
We keep our clients abreast of new legal decisions as well as Federal Trade Commission and other regulatory requirements associated with online interactions and transactions.
We advise clients on a host of internet law issues, including:
- Contracts and licensing content
- Copyrights and trademarks
- Data collection and security
- Domain names
- Electronic commerce
- Intellectual property
- Mobile applications
- Social media
- Software licensing
- Terms and conditions of use
- Website development agreements
Gross McGinley employs experienced business and litigation teams who provide efficient representation for clients involved in online transactions or facing challenges such as domain name disputes, online defamation claims, copyright infringement, cybersquatting charges, contract disputes, unfair and deceptive trade practices and more.