Copyrights and Trademarks
Copyright and Trademark Law are two of the rights incorporated in the bundle of rights we call intellectual property. Copyright Law protects original content fixed in a tangible form. Trademark Law protects distinctive devices (such as words and logos) that identify the source of a product or service. Read more about Copyrights. Read more about Trademarks.
Business Contracts & Entity Formation
Business Law covers a wide variety of business issues. My focus is on drafting and reviewing business contracts, as well as the formation of business entities, such as limited liability companies, corporations, and not for profit organizations. Read more
Wills and Trusts
This area of law concerns itself with the protection of ones’ estate after they die or while alive, but when one is unable to make decisions on their own behalf. My estate planning practice generally involves the preparation of trusts, wills, health care directives, and powers of attorney. Read more
Entertainment & Publishing Law
Entertainment Law is a mix of intellectual property law and business law issues. From helping clients protect their valuable creative content, to protecting their brand, to helping them navigate the world of entertainment and publishing law contracts, to counselling them on business law issues, this area of law brings me face-to-face with the most creative minds. Read more about entertainment law. Read more about getting published.
Social Media and Internet Law
In this age of social media engagement, often people think about the ease in which they can communicate through social media, but fail to realize the legal landmines to be considered. My practice involves the preparation of website agreements, and counseling clients on how to avoid social media related lawsuits. Read more
Advertising Law & the FTC
It’s easy to think you just market on the Internet without any concern for rules and regulations. Not so fast! Advertising Law is its own special area of IP and the rules are governed by both state and federal law. Read more