E-Commerce Attorney in Dana Point, California
The definition of E-commerce or E-business is doing business on the Internet. Nick Yocca Law Firm advises its clients on all aspects of structuring their e-commerce transactions and implementing marketplaces for their products and services. Nick Yocca Law Firm lawyers have assisted our clients with various aspects of e-commerce transactions, including:
Rights to, and protection, of domain names.
Protection of intellectual property, such as trademarks and copyrights.
Software patent drafting and prosecution.
Effective trade secret protection programs.
Taxation issues related to e-commerce.
Marketing on the Internet.
Exchange participation agreements.
Advertising and affiliate programs.
Internet strategic alliances.
Nick Yocca Law Firm e-Business attorneys advise our clients engaged in Internet commercial transactions on various applicable regulatory and compliance issues. Nick Yocca Law Firm lawyers have strong expertise with the ever-changing regulatory framework affecting business on the Internet, including:
COPPA (Children's Online Privacy Protection Act).
Can-Spam Act Of 2003.
GLB (Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act).
UCITA (Uniform Computer Information Transactions Act).
UETA (Uniform Electronic Transactions Act).
E-Sign (Electronic Signatures In Global And National Commerce Act).
DMCA (Digital Millennium Copyright Act).
Telemarketing Sales Rules.
Dot Com Disclosures (Federal Trade Commission guidelines for online advertising)
Digital Millennium Copyright Act
Every e-business has a website, and regulations that pertain specifically to the Internet, e-commerce, and e-business are significant for every website owner.