Attorneys Handling Internet Law

Our Internet law attorney group has a proven track record of success handling virtually all aspects of online law.

Social Media Influencer

Are you a social media influencer or brand looking to hire a social media influencer?  Whether you are an Instagram, twitter or youtube or other social media influencer – or a company hiring an influencer to promote or endorse your brand – you are going to need a influencer agreement to set forth license, payment […]

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gdpr privacy compliance

 [unedited transcript] Welcome to Traverse Legal Radio.  The Tech Lawyer Podcast.  A show dedicated to helping entrepreneurs, CEOs and founders navigate legal issues, grow revenue and increase their valuation.  This podcast is sponsored by the IP and Litigation Attorneys at Traverse Legal PLC.  Visit TraverseLegal.com to learn how Traverse Legal attorneys are changing the […]

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[Detroit, MI]  In this episode of Tech Law Radio, Open Source Licensing Attorney Russel Gelvin talks about the importance of doing a software source code audit.  If your proprietary code contains open source code, you may be violating a copyleft license if you do not allow distribution for free Interview Highlights: Every single piece of software […]

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Legal Issues Facing Brand Owners and Influencers Whether you are a social media influencer, an advertiser looking to hire a social media star to sponsor or advertise your brand, agencies representing influencers or a software platform provider helping measure social media and influencer success, you need a technology attorney who understands the unique issues presented […]

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After a two year legal battle, Traverse Legal has won summary judgment for an Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act (“ACPA”) claim on behalf of Palace Resorts.  The Southern District of Florida found that Palace Resorts had carried its burden and was entitled to a judgment as a matter of law. To succeed on a summary judgment […]

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As anyone who even mildly uses the Internet undoubtedly knows, the Federal Communications Commission (“FCC”) voted yesterday to repeal net neutrality.  “Net Neutrality is the principle that Internet service providers [(“ISPs”)] must treat all data on the Internet the same, and not discriminate or charge differently by users, content, website, platform, application, type of attached […]

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Sports have been a lucrative industry for a long time now and so the regulations surrounding them have been well established. In this new age of technology, eSports are beginning to gain traction, and since this is such a new field it is unclear what legal issues will present themselves. Already, eSports have attracted millions […]

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artificial intelligence legal issues

In modern times, life is less about keeping up with the Joneses and more about keeping up with the Jetsons. Technology has infiltrated almost every aspect of life, to the point where a dead cellphone feels like a lost limb. With developments in artificial intelligence and machine learning, battery-dead devices will begin to feel like […]

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Popular social media outlet Instagram is a known for tastily inserting (obvious) advertisements into users’ feeds, but has also become a breeding ground for influencers, such as celebrities, who post glamorous shots adorned with products from various companies.  Previously, it could be impossible to know which of these influencers were just product enthusiasts or actually […]

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Spam.  Junk Mail.  Technically defined as “any electronical mail message the primary purpose of which is the commercial advertisement or promotion of a product or service.”  You know, the e-mails that are building up in your Gmail “Promotions” tab at this very moment and will likely go unread.  Annoying, yes.  Useful, perhaps (especially when you […]

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