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As lawyers working on Internet Law issues, our firm’s work is founded on our dedication to addressing the needs of legal counseling and representing clients about Data Security Law and Intellectual Property Law.  Our work on Internet law issues preceded before Internet law issues became a vogue law practice or recurring headline news event.  We integrate our   internet law, data security law, and intellectual property law practice for the benefit of our clients.   Since its inception, Lorenzo Law Firm – LLF, has provided a multi-jurisdictional approach serving people with creative ideas, entrepreneurs and businesses of all sizes from locations in D.C. and Florida, serving clients from coast to coast and from overseas.

Our clients range from the artistic and service providing to the technology driven.  We counsel and represent regarding international law issues.   From start-ups to established enterprises, we work to the competitive needs of our clients.  Competition never stops in the marketplace of ideas, products, services, and innovation.  Day-to-day, our work involves E-commerce and client online business efforts needing to meet regulatory requirements of their online business and their brick and mortar businesses.  Our intellectual property law work encompasses digital media law issues, and Internet of Things issues.  We counsel and litigate disputes regarding data breaches, breach of contracts, copyright and trademark infringements, licensing, and much more.

All in all, we are dedicated to working for your goals, always “Working to protect your business, ideas, and property on the web.” ® Contact us today!

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INTERNET NEWS

  • Cloud Service Agreement Considerations – Business and Legal Issues II

    Cloud service agreement considerations are many but few are addressed when cloud subscription services are sought.  In previous posts on this subject, the emphasis was on having an exit strategy[1] and embracing the possible regulatory requirements.[2]  A business’ or an institutions’ data could be at the mercy of the cloud service provider (CSP).  The growth…

  • Defamation Online Issues

    Defamation online in reviews posted by readers and comments stated in social media platforms throughout the United States and across its borders, raise legal questions. The aspects of posts in general also raise the issues of responsibility an individual has in controlling the content of one’s Facebook page or blog.  The Communication Decency Act, Section…

  • Free Speech and Purpose Driven Ads

    Free speech has come a long way through hurdles and bumps as a result of the Internet.  Many postings are challenged as well are ads online. The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals had to struggle with such an issue in a case that arose from a municipal ad.[1] Judge Posner in his analysis of the…

  • Data Security Law and Internet Security Law

    Lorenzo Law Firm is a presenting vendor at the Safety, Security, and Survival Expo in North Florida.  As data security law issues are presented, factors to considered will be discussed.  Everyone’s day to day interactions exposes them to privacy issues.  Whether one is at the doctor’s, taking the car to the shop, filling out an…

  • Cloud Computing Service Considerations

    Cloud computing service considerations are developing as the concept catches on.  Incidents of a breach, contract disputes, hacking, and ongoing lawsuits are serving the way for conditions to be highlighted.  Nascent, cloud computing contracts were conceived as a data storage solution for businesses, municipal entities, and state organizations.  So long as remote access was guaranteed,…

  • Trademark Nominative Fair Use and Confusion

    Trademark use and the element of fair use in business snags many businesses trying to market their service or product, while seemingly using a competitor’s trademark. Liability may not be avoided by relying on the fair use defense.  Words and their message are usually held to a standard regarding the possibility of consumer confusion.  There…

  • Trademark Misrepresentation in Advertising

    Trademark misrepresentation rather than respecting the appearance of a marks brand through advertising runs the risk of using creative naming.  Courts will look at advertising’s subjective effect on consumers.  The query for concern is to determine if the advertising seeks for the consumer to make the association with an existing unrelated brand of a product. …

  • Website Safe Harbor Copyright Notice Designation

    Website safe harbor takedown requirements by the Copyright Office is soon to undergo changes.  According to the Copyright Office, it is the responsibility of a website owner or online service entity to make it easy for a copyright holder to contact the website regarding the possibility of content infringement.  The agent designation requirement[1] process form,…

  • Internet Security – Passwords’ Way into a Life

    Internet account security and weak passwords are all too common when causes to cyber incidents are investigated.  The ease of use of one’s birthdate, anniversary, and the incredibly savvy use of ‘admin’ or ‘password’, not to mention ‘12345,’ has gotten many in a serious predicament.  Not following through on login processes and seeking shortcuts has…

  • Online Contracts Consent and Choice of Law

    Online contracts trip the line that draws on possible arguments for applying the choice of law principles.  Platform terms of service, though frequently updated, may not be providing appropriate notice to inform the public user.  Data collection practices of social media platforms for purposes of claimed efforts to provide enhanced services to the user public…