The GigaLaw Guide to Internet Law

The GigaLaw Guide to Internet Law

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AUTHOR

Doug IsenbergDoug Isenberg is an attorney and the founder of GigaLaw.com, an award-winning website devoted to Internet and high-technology law.

A former news reporter and magazine editor, Isenberg practices intellectual property, technology and Internet law. He also writes regularly about Internet law, including columns that have been published by The Wall Street Journal Online, CNET News.com and Internet World magazine (some of which were previously available on GigaLaw.com). He wrote a special report on copyright law and the Internet for the 2002 edition of the World Book Year Book.

Isenberg is frequently quoted by the mainstream, computing and legal media on issues relating to Internet law, and he has appeared on-air on CNN and National Public Radio programming.

Isenberg is licensed to practice law in the state of Georgia and is an elected officer of the State Bar of Georgia's Intellectual Property Law Section. His legal clients include technology, media and other companies of all sizes.

He holds a bachelor's degree in political science from Washington University and a law degree (cum laude) from Georgia State University College of Law.

Isenberg lives with his wife and son in Atlanta.

(For more information about Doug Isenberg, including articles he has written and media interviews he has given, read his biography on the GigaLaw.com website.)

E-mail: disenberg@GigaLaw.com


CONTRIBUTING AUTHORS

Dave BakerDave Baker is Vice President for Law and Public Policy at EarthLink, the third-largest Internet service provider in the United States.

In the book's foreword, Baker writes: "The Internet law issues we at EarthLink continually face -- the issues discussed in-depth in The GigaLaw Guide to Internet Law -- are the same issues that every businessperson, every entrepreneur and every Internet user should know about."

Greg KirschGreg Kirsch is a shareholder at Needle & Rosenberg, P.C. in Atlanta. A patent attorney who concentrates on software and high-tech issues, he is registered to practice with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

E-mail: gkirsch@needlerosenberg.com


Doug TownsDoug Towns practices labor and employment law as a partner at Jones, Day, Reavis & Pogue in Atlanta. He represents employers in discrimination claims and specializes in the defense of employment class actions and high-tech employment issues.

E-mail: dtowns@jonesday.com


Jay HollanderJay Hollander has a varied legal practice of his own at Hollander and Company LLC in New York City, focusing on, among other things, computer and Internet law.

E-mail: jh@hollanderco.com


Peter YuPeter Yu is the executive director of the Intellectual Property Law Program and deputy director of the Howard M. Squadron Program in Law, Media & Society at Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in New York City, where he also serves as an acting assistant professor of law.

E-mail: peter_yu@msn.com


Chris WolfChris Wolf is a partner in the Washington office of Proskauer Rose LLP, where he co-chairs the firm's iPractice group and leads the firm's privacy law efforts.

E-mail: cwolf@proskauer.com


Jonathan WinerJonathan Winer is a partner in the Washington office of Alston & Bird LLP, where he focuses on electronic commerce, financial regulatory issues and privacy.

E-mail: jwiner@alston.com