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Domain Names and Trademarks

What Business Are You In?

Fair Use

Playboy and the Work Made for Hire Agreement

Derivative Rights and Web Sites

Dignity For Designers

The California Long-Arm Statute

Taking Over A Web Site Design Project

Napster, Grokster and Morpheus

Screen Shot Liability of Computer Book Authors

The Use Of Protected Material In Multimedia Projects

e-THICS (SM)

"C" Rights in "E" Mail

The Use of Music on a Multimedia Website

Who Owns The Copyright in Your Website?

Electronic Publishing and the Potential Loss of First Serial Rights

Electronic Rights

 The Web Site Audit Check List

Owned and Controlled Licenses

Private Laws

Domain Name Disputes-An Update

Membership Agreements

The Children's Online Privacy Protection Act

Julia, Jimi and Cybersquatting: An Update

Verifiable Parental Consent Under COPPA

 Digital Rights Management

Napster and Fair Use

 The Domain Name Transfer Agreement

Fair Use: Further Issues

The Notice and Take Down Provisions of the DMCA

Privacy Issues: New Wrinkles

Rights of Privacy: An Overview

Subsidiary Rights Licensing

 Are You A "Service Provider?"

Keywords, Meta Tags and Trademarks

Linking and Crawling Issues

Database Copyright Protection (Or The Lack Thereof)

 Electronic Rights: The Supreme Court's "Tasini" Ruling 

Online Advertising and Affiliate Agreements

Online Liability Insurance

Bruce and Julia: A Domain Name Case Study

The Privacy Audit Check List

Domain Names-California Law

Offers and Counteroffers in Domain Name Disputes

Descriptive Domain Names

Burden of Proof in UDRP Actions

Passive Holding In UDRP Actions

Using Domains As Leverage To Collect A Debt

Constructive Knowledge in UDRP Actions

"Affiliates" Rights to Domain Names

The Validity of Online "Contracts"

Motivation and Intention in UDRP Actions

Initial Interest Confusion in Trademark Disputes

The Domain Lease

"Identical" in STOP Proceedings

Derivative Works 

"Beanies": Dilution and Generic Legal Issues

"Protest" Domain Names and Sites

Fair Use of Trademarks: Further Issues

"1-800" Trademarks

The California Anti-Spam Law

Defamation on the Internet

Are You The Provider of An "Interactive Computer Service?"

The Federal Can Spam Law

California's P2P Law

Mandatory Privacy Policies

Blogging Rights and Obligations

If You Own, Operate or Host An Interactive Web Site...

Selling Over The Internet: Seller Beware              

  The Validity of Online 'Contracts': What the Big Guys Do
 
   
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