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Is it okay  to  Use Legal  Forms  for Your Website that You Copied from Another Website?   

By Rob Hassett

January 1, 2015

Costs of Registering Trademarks

By Rob Hassett

 January 1, 2015

 

Bear Stearns’ Collapse Was Inevitable by Rob Hassett

1st Published in the Fulton County Daily Report

Make It Easier for Stockholders to Participate in Compensation Decisions by Rob Hassett

1st Published in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Need for Corporate Boards to Take Charge  by Rob Hassett

1st Published in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Privacy Policies by Rob Hassett

The Attorney-Client Privilege in the Corporate Setting by Cynthia Tolbert

WordPress, Themes and the GPLv2 by Rob Hassett and Mike Schinkel

Will Internet Radio Stations That Stream Music Have to Shut Down? by Rob Hassett
1st Published in the Atlanta Lawyer magazine

Spam Laws and Entertainment by Rob Hassett

Rights of Privacy and Publicity For Film and Television by Rob Hassett

Film & Television 101: Acquiring Life Story, Publishing & Other Associated Rights by Rob Hassett

Can Exchanged Emails Constitute an Enforceable Contract? by Rob Hassett

Selling a Good Idea by Rob Hassett

Five Most Common Legal Mistakes Involving Commercial Websites by Rob Hassett

Cybersquatting – The New Age of URLs and their Impact on Trademarks by Rob Hassett and Suellen Bergman

12th Annual Southern Regional Entertainment & Sports Law Seminar  at the Los Suenos Marriott in Costa Rica on October 27 – 31, 2000. (36 Pages)

Trademark and Copyright Law And The Internet by Rob Hassett and Suellen Bergman

This  paper was presented at the National Business Institute Seminar “The Law of the Internet in Georgia,” July 28, 2000, in Atlanta, Georgia.  (51 Pages)

Rights of Privacy and Publicity in Interactive Media by Rob Hassett

Interactive Online Entertainment Law by Rob Hassett and Suellen Bergman

Recent Developments In Internet Law by Rob Hassett and Suellen Bergman

This article originally appeared in the materials provided at the 5th Annual Intellectual Property Law Institute sponsored by the Institute of Continuing Legal Education in Georgia.  The Institute was held on November 5-6, 1999 at the Brasstown Valley Resort in Young Harris, Georgia.  This article addresses developments relating to Internet law that occurred from January 1, 1998 until October 15, 1999.  (37 Pages)

Governing The Internet by Rob Hassett

Online Contracting by Rob Hassett

The Law of the Internet In Georgia – Trademarks by Rob Hassett

The Law Of The Internet – Copyright by Rob Hassett

The More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same: The Fair Use Doctrine and New Media Technology by Rob Hassett and Adam Alexander

This advanced level article addresses the subject of copyright fair use on the Internet.  (12 Pages)

Jurisdiction and the Internet by Robert Port

The Impact of Apple vs. Franklin by Rob Hassett

This article first appeared in the December 5, 1983 issue of Computer World and addressed the decision of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit regarding the Apple Computer v. Franklin Computer Corporation lawsuit.  This was a very important case both to copyright law in general and to the evolution of the computer industry.

Inadvertent Disclosure of Mail by Robert Port

Why Having a Corporate Name is Not Enough by Rob Hassett

 

 

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