Law Firm of Kaye & Mills

Entertainment Law   Business Law   Internet, Electronic Law  

Computer, Internet & Electronic Law

Computer, Internet and electronic law is a field of practice that incorporates many different legal areas and requires a variety of legal knowledge and experience. Our wide ranging understanding of the issues is critical to advising clients in this challenging and extremely important area of the law.

We handle many types of Internet law, intellectual property and computer and technology-related legal matters including privacy, right of publicity, defamation, copyright and trademark protection, fair use, first amendment rights, terms of use, disclosure, disclaimer, Internet and mobile content licensing, Internet advertising, contract negotiation and drafting and business start-up and operations.

With the explosion of the Internet, new media and other emerging and evolving technologies, Kaye & Mills uses its intellectual property expertise and its practical business-transactions background to assist its clients in operating on the cutting edge of computer and Internet related enterprises. Kaye & Mills can be of great benefit in negotiating and drafting technology, consulting and other Internet, wireless and new, evolving media related agreements.

Our firm proactively helps our clients by protecting ownership, distribution rights, copyrights, and traditional intellectual property rights (trademark/copyright) for Internet content. We advise businesses on strategic marketing agreements, cooperative cross-marketing arrangements, the creation, maintenance and ownership of Web site content and hyperlinks. We also counsel our clients on brand protection, online advertising issues, consumer privacy and compliance with government regulation.

Kaye & Mills has special expertise in the new media field of audio publishing, from book-based audiobook recordings to original audio productions. This includes legal protection from inception to finish, from the acquisition of rights to the distribution agreement for the finished recordings.

[See also: Entertainment and Publishing Law and General Business Transactions]