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Internet Law / Colorado Internet Lawyers
Internet law (or Cyberlaw) encapsulates the legal issues arising out of the existence and use of the Internet. It is not a distinct area of law such as tax or contract law, but is a broader field that encompasses many areas of law. These include jurisdiction, copyright law, trademark law, the Fair Use doctrine, contract law, freedom of expression, defamation, taxation, privacy, harassment, piracy and taxation. 
 
Our Boulder Internet lawyers serve many clients in the high-tech Denver/Boulder area and across Colorado.  We also serve some out of state and overseas clients. As Boulder Internet law lawyers we advise clients concerning many aspects of Internet law, including domain name disputes, cybersquatting, the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DCMA), the Communications Decency Act, the Electronic Communications Privacy Act, publisher and distributor liability, compliance with spam laws (including the federal CAN-SPAM Act), licensing, website terms of use, Internet usage policies, and e-commerce.  
 
One often overlooked area of Internet Law is the issue of jurisdiction in cases arising out of Internet transactions.  Any business that sells goods or services outside of Colorado must minimize that risk that an unhappy customer might file suit against it in another state.

We teach clients how to protect their intellectual property.  We draft and review:
  • Software Licenses
  • Consulting Agreements
  • Non-Disclosure Agreements
  • Web Design & Hosting Agreements
  • Website Terms of Use
  • End User License Agreements

As counsel to a trade association, high-tech businesses, and many nonprofit organizations, Mark Cohen has encountered all of these issues and gained significant expertise. In 2012, Mr. Cohen won a 4.2 million dollar award in a case filed on behalf of a Fort Collins software company that included claims for breach of contract and interference with contract; that judgment included nearly two million dollars in punitive damages.


 

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