What We Do

Internet, e-Commerce, and Software

We assist our clients in recognizing all protectable rights, crafting strategies to obtain, protect and commercializing their intellectual properties, as well as enforce and defend their rights. Our focus is on each client's business objectives, whether protecting their intellectual property to attain or maintain industry leadership, establishing exclusivity in a market niche, increasing company value, or any combination of these. In addition to patent protection, our consideration of these technologies extends to identification and protection of domain names, trademarks, copyrights, First Amendment rights and privacy issues. Evaluating the options, we work with our clients from general concepts to specific applications.

We help our clients protect all aspects of computer science related inventions. From web systems and cloud computing to program applications to business methods and design elements, we provide comprehensive protection for our clients' technologies and e-business activities. We advise multinational corporations, start-up ventures and everything in-between. Our comprehensive practice evolved from years of experience in computer technology and telecommunications, a solid background in software and programming, our early entry into the protection of domain names and Web site content, and our commitment to being out front on the latest related technologies and the law.

As e-commerce, Internet and software issues are multi-disciplinary and span many diverse fields and technologies, we handle a broad spectrum of issues in:

  • information technology
  • multiprocessors
  • robotics
  • superconductors
  • data processing
  • semiconductors
  • telecommunications
  • banking and financial services
  • consumer electronics
  • sporting goods
  • architecture
  • business methods
  • digital library systems
  • encryption
  • information retrieval systems
  • Internet applications
  • multicasting
  • object-oriented software
  • optical networking
  • protocols
  • relational database management systems
  • satellite and terrestrial digital data network communications
  • wireless technologies