The Internet Law Group at Cremer Law has expertise across a wide range of Internet Law issues. Our attorneys are at the forefront of this continually evolving area of the law which merges long-standing legal principles with new federal and state statutes designed specifically for the internet age.
Our attorneys have successfully handled Internet Law matters involving domain name disputes, cybersquatting, internet copyrights, internet trade/service mark infringement, internet defamation, gripe sites and the jurisdictional impact of Internet activity. Our Internet Law Group has experience arbitrating cases under the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP) before recognized arbitrators such as the National Arbitration Forum (NAF), as well as prosecuting and defending cases in federal court involving the Lanham Act and Anti-Cybersquatting Protection Act (ACPA). We are also well versed in e-discovery issues, which have become much more prominent since the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure were amended in December 2006 to include e-discovery requirements.
Whether you are an individual, a small business or a Fortune 500 corporation, we will work closely with you to understand, evaluate and resolve your Internet Law issues in an efficient and cost-effective manner.