Lorenzo Law Firm understands the international jurisdictional complexities of operating a business that crosses borders.  Data Security and Intellectual Property issues at times, touch upon events crossing national borders.  We have experienced business scenarios involving intellectual property law, digital media law, and eCommerce law issues.  As these issues are interrelated, we work addressing the commercial world aspects pertinent to our clients’ needs as they inevitably involve risks exposing their business.  Businesses and individuals seeking to engage in overseas markets will need to meet the requirements of federal and state United States laws and that of the overseas host country, including relevant multinational agreements.  We are very familiar with the interplay of domestic and international laws at the crossroads of applying appropriate jurisdiction, giving rise to conflicts of laws, and to governmental regulations impinging on business.

As we advise international clients, we counsel on commercial agreements, Internet regulations, copyrights, trademarks, trade secrets, data security law, and privacy issues. We also advise on managing risks and maximizing the opportunities associated with increasing international regulation of the Internet and eCommerce, negotiate business-to-business contracts, advise on licensing intellectual property, and on targeted online marketing and advertising of products and services.

We review clients’ social media usage for their business for compliance with foreign regulations as well as foreign clients desiring to do business in the United States. Our clients’ business endeavors are routinely encumbered by provisions from regional organizations, for instance, MERCOSUR, NAFTA, CAFTA, the EU, or the WTO.  Our work involves counseling on any of the following: production partnerships; distribution agreements; joint ventures; trademarks; copyrights; trade secrets; and contract disputes; to name several.

Contact us! We look forward to “Working to Protect Your Business, Ideas, and Property on the Web.”®

Related Practice Areas

Intellectual Property Law

Digital Media Law

Ecommerce Law

Internet Law