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The Lorenzo Law Firm works on Internet, Data security, and Intellectual property law issues as they daily impact clients.  We personally take the time and invest our efforts to work with our clients to see them succeed.  We have addressed a number of legal matters, i.e., cybersecurity, trademark infringements, business development, defamation, contract breach, copyright infringement, cloud computing contracts, violation of privacy, e-commerce start-ups, data “cyber” security compliance, commercial torts, consumer protection, freedom of speech, Anti-SLAPP,  licensing, and artistic rights issues, to mention a few.

Our clients range from the artistic and service providing, including the innovative and technological service deliverer.  We counsel and represent regarding international law issues, as well.   With the leadership of the founder, who has a PhD in International Law, we have represented European and Latin American businesses seeking to do business in the United States.  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 of their brick and mortar aspect of their business.  Our clients bring to us their concerns with the functional responsibilities within the Internet-of-Things business world.  We enjoy working with our clients and seeing them succeed.  

Since inception, the 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.  The firm serves clients throughout Florida from the Miami and Ft Myers area to the Jacksonville and Pensacola area, with Tampa and Orlando areas in between.  We represent clients pro hac vice in other state and federal jurisdictions.  We focus on learning about our clients and their business to serve them well.  Our founder, Dr. Lorenzo, is adjunct professor for Cyber Security Law at Florida State University College of Law (spring 2017).  He as well is appointed to serve on the 2017-2018 Media & Communications Law Committee, of the Florida Bar.

We look forward to discussing your legal issue and work with you.  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

  • Data Privacy

    Data protection sought in daily entity operations and in its actual delivery of services, should coexist with the responsibilities for consumer data privacy.  This second piece follows its previous writing which addressed the coexistence of protection and privacy from an institutional perspective.  In furtherance of that theme, this piece will touch upon the organizational aspect involved to see…

  • Data Protection Coexisting with Consumer Privacy

    Data privacy concern is a prevailing topic.  This piece, is the first part of a series that we will share that will address what clients wrestle with regarding their delivery and administration of technology for their own clients and their day-to-day operations.  Technology will continue to influence our daily lives.  With some of the benefits…

  • Internet Computing Terms

    Internet computing terms are commonly mentioned in a law firm’s discussions where the practice focuses on issues in the market engaging the Internet, and among other aspects, e.g., computing, e-commerce, data protection, software development, application development, data management infrastructure, cloud processing, and cyber security, to mention as few.  As these terms arise in conversation, contracts…

  • Doxxed Personal Internet Information

    Doxxed personal information is startling to many. There is a lot to be said about the amount of information available on the Internet.  Many are surprised on how their information got on the Internet and the ease with which public information and personal information can be retrieved and researched.  It goes without saying about how…

  • Cybersecurity Rule Setting the Mark

    Cybersecurity rule ideas, so far, have been piecemeal throughout the United States despite the numerous efforts.  Opposite to the European Union’s efforts through their General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) initiative, in the U.S. we have no such thing.  We do have bolstering amendments to Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, embodied in the Consumer Data Security and Notification Act…

  • Internet of Things Security Claims

    Internet of Things security claims have caught the attention of lawmakers and regulators. The Internet has been interesting to follow and work with as a realm of process and information exchange.  As the devices used to transmit information increase in our lives and work, protecting what is transmitted from unwanted eyes is not necessarily going…

  • Software Patent Filing Abstract Snags  

    Software patent filings have gone through snags during the approval process.  For many, not having a clearly stated specific enhancement to preexisting software was a liability to the filing’s success.  Failing to satisfactorily describe a technical improvement on providing the innovation to the previous invents is another snag.  Not distinguishing the innovation from previous filings…

  • Data Security Negligence

    Data security responsibilities are, at times, not met with the requisite level of diligence for compliance.  Standards for compliance, for many businesses, institutions, and service entities, are not as specified as one would be drawn to believe.  The disjuncture between responsibilities and efforts are becoming more evident with passing days as cyber incidents leave alarming…

  • Internet Mugshot Publishing Curtailed

    Internet mugshot published online haunts a person for years with embarrassment.  For many, as well, the mugshots do not bear a meaningful purpose for others throughout the Internet to know.  What remains is the ill circumstance of having future employment out of reach or present employment terminated, for the inadvertent past event. The harm lingers…

  • Cyber Security Claims

    Cyber security claims are seldom tempered with an entities acknowledgement of its insecurity of electronically stored information (ESI) and its handling of consumer personal identifying information (PII).  Their efforts and planning executed, though they may be diligent, cannot anticipate cyber incidents and breach incidents nor should their efforts to prevent them be overstated.  All attention…

  • Internet Advertising Under FTC Eyes

    Internet advertising has become intricate and keen.  Internet advertising may involve multiple participants.  The purpose is essentially to sway readers to purchase products by making representations that at times appear too good to be true.  That is what the Federal Trade Commission and the State of Connecticut determined prior to suing  LeanSpa.  The claims embraced…

  • FTC Advertising Guidelines

    The Federal Trade Commission under its Act, particularly Section 5, is seeking advertisers to be clearer about how they convey their ads.  Advertising disclosures required by the Federal Trade Commission are addressing numerous issues about enhancing disclosures of sources of the statements and claims made in an advertisement.  As creativity increases so will the efforts for the…