Our Internet law practice involves working with individual entrepreneurs, startups, and businesses on their contracts, marketing, branding, customer interface, and transactions, among other issues. Our Internet life and business activity creates a “digital eco-system“.   Whether it’s about a vendor dispute, online marketing campaign, cyber access rights, digital rights, infrastructure and cloud service delivery, we counsel businesses on how they should interact B2B (“business-to-business”) and B2C (“business-to-consumer”). Our counsel assists clients who are embracing the “Internet of Things” (“IoT”) as an operational component of their business. 

LLF addresses issues that arise with cloud management service contracts, website audits, business and sales contracts, data breaches, cyber communications, privacy, nondisclosure of personal information, online defamation, online fraud, Internet communications and data management. Our approach to Internet law work also embraces website representation of clients’ business, eCommerce, business law, and operational client issues. Our counsel also involves reviewing vendor contracts, venture agreements, business to business contracts, e-transactions, and verifications for audit compliance.   We litigate disputes before federal, state, and domestic and international administrative venues.  We are proud of our work and our dedication to our clients’ business to work to enhance our clients’ competitiveness.

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Internet of Things Security Claims

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Related Practice Areas

Litigation & Business Counsel

Data Security Law & Privacy 

E-commerce Law