Category: Technology

By: Jack Easterbrook, Esq. You are entering into a services agreement with a vendor and you are sent an email with a request that you electronically add your signature to the attached document. Or you are borrowing money and the lender provides you with...

By: Robert V. Hawn, Esq. In 1998, Congress enacted the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (“DMCA”) . This act enacted many things including a protection for online services who allow content from users which may be in violation of another’s copyright to not be liable...

By: Robert V. Hawn, Esq. Delaware recently enacted an innovative law recently to allow an incorporated business in Delaware to keep track of its shares, often referred to as a stock ledger, on a blockchain platform. You may be wondering why this is such...

By: Robert V. Hawn, Esq. The simmering pot of internet privacy has finally come to a full boil. While the topic has been debated for almost two decades, and a who’s who of web-based giants have made their positions well known, the idea that...

By: Robert Hawn, Esq. As a business lawyer to many technology start-ups in Northern California, I work with software companies to assist them in licensing their code to OEMs and end users. When providing code to large company licensors, the licensing agreements are often...

By: Robert Hawn, Esq. I recently had the opportunity to speak on a panel at the State Bar of California Annual Meeting to discuss doing business online. As a technology lawyer practicing in the San Francisco Bay Area, I constantly advise clients on their...

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