Intellectual Property and the Internet

Intellectual Property and the Internet 2017-07-20T13:17:26+00:00

Cyberspace, a/k/a the “information and e-commerce superhighway” profoundly affects our lives, how we communicate, entertain ourselves, distribute and store information, and conduct business. It is a virtual cornucopia where information and business opportunity flows unhindered across international boundaries, but is also a source of new and emerging legal issues confronting content creators, content distributors, users, consumers, and businesses. Whether starting a virtual business or extending a traditional brick and mortar business, you are faced with a myriad of related legal issues and laws — e.g., business law, trademark law, copyright law, consumer protection law, state and federal regulations.

The law firm of Baker and Rannells, one of the country’s most respected IP firms, is experienced in consulting and counseling on web site issues; filing and maintaining trademark, copyright, and domain name properties; policing, protecting, and enforcing our client’s rights; and drafting and negotiating a wide range of agreements including:

  • Website Disclaimers
  • Work-For-Hire Agreements
  • Website Privacy Policies
  • Confidentiality Agreements
  • Website Use and Legal Policies
  • Website Hosting Agreements
  • Content Provider/Website Design and Development Agreements
  • Music Clearance and Licensing Agreements
  • Content Licenses
  • and a host of related agreements

As a result of the nature of our practice and our long and in-depth experience, Baker and Rannells provides broad-based, integrated, educated, and hands-on services to our clients. For additional information and/or a free consultation, please feel free to call us.

Where to begin.

Schedule a no cost initial consultation to discuss intellectual property protection with one of our IP attorneys. There’s no obligation. Simply call our office at (908) 722-5640 or send an email using the form on this page. We hope to hear from you soon.