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The Risk is Real. Is Your Business CyberSecure?

By |2019-05-31T10:16:47-04:00October 12th, 2015|Cyberlaw, Cybersecurity, Intellectual Property, Internet Business, Privacy, Trade Secret|

Is Your Business CyberSecure? Click above for full-size image. Many of our clients have been asking whether they should be seriously concerned about cybersecurity, or if maybe it's just a bunch of media hype. Unfortunately, this is one area where what you don't know can hurt you. Companies large and small continue to [...]

Gerry Elman and Josh Waterston spoke at Chester County Bar Association meeting

By |2019-06-16T16:44:36-04:00April 22nd, 2015|Cyberlaw, Cybersecurity, Events|

On May 19th, 2015, Gerry and Josh spoke to members of the Chester County Bar Association on the topic of “Cybersecurity for Lawyers and Clients”, providing a one-hour crash course on the opportunities and perils of this brave new world of incredible technological innovation, and how the legal framework is struggling to keep up.  President [...]

HAPPY NEW YEAR 2012

By |2018-04-27T12:29:50-04:00December 28th, 2011|Cyberlaw, Internet Business, Patent, Patent Legislation, Privacy|

 Congress Passes “Patent Reform”—The America Invents Act As the editor of  Elman’s Patent Reform News and chair of the Patent Legislation Committee of the Philadelphia Intellectual Property Law Association (PIPLA) for much of the past decade, I had a ringside seat this year as Congress gave a painful birth to the Leahy-Smith America Invents Act [...]

Internet Domain Landrush for Cameroon’s .cm Extension Moves to the Next Phase on August 1, 2009

By |2017-10-25T12:16:57-04:00July 30th, 2009|Cyberlaw, Internet Business|

The second phase of a three-phase .cm-domain acquisition opportunity is about to end, heralding the start of phase three. As background, the Republic of Cameroon in West Africa was assigned the country-code top-level Internet domain name (“ccTLD”) consisting of a dot followed by the letters CM, by the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority, one of the [...]

Thomas Jefferson, patents, moose, cyberspace mashup

By |2009-07-20T23:19:59-04:00July 13th, 2009|Cyberlaw, Patent|

From a posting on Dale B. Halling's blog State of Innovation at http://hallingblog.com/thomas-jefferson-on-patents/ Thomas Jefferson on Patents “The fact is that one new idea leads to another, that to a third, and so on through a course of time until someone, with whom no one of these ideas was original, combines all together, and produces [...]

Copyright and Internet Issues: Gerry Elman’s first interview on Money Matters TV.

By |2009-07-29T08:27:56-04:00May 29th, 2006|Cyberlaw, Intellectual Property, Internet Business|

Gerry Elman was interviewed on Money Matters TV on May 29, 2006, by Bill Montgomery and Bill Schultz. They asked Gerry about technology law, copyright, content on the Internet, and Google Books. Gerry's interview starts at time 5:32 in the session and ends at 28:32. You can scroll past the first five and a half [...]