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Internet Law Protects Web Business

As internet law lawyers, we protect the reputations and the intellectual property of businesses on the Web.

Thanks for visiting. You can visit the main Cybertriallawyer.com Internet Law website for more information on Internet Law and our services, and to access a library of information including podcasts, videos and articles on the law of the Internet.

Interested in the latest lawsuits filed? Visit Traverse Internet Law on Defamation.

To get some perspective on how much money is being awarded you can visit Traverse Internet Law on Damages.

Traverse Internet Law believes in enforcing the laws as written, not as the public interest groups like the ACLU, EFF, and Public Citizen, with their constituencies, would like for the law to be. They support an ever expanding concept of free speech at great cost to legitimate businesses. See our latest response on our main website to Public Citizen, and you will understand the problem. As these types of organizations support those bloggers attacking legitimate businesses, the bloggers are emboldened, fill the coffers of the public interest groups with contributions, and continue with their rackets and illegalities. Traverse Internet Law is the law firm that stands up to the unreasonably expansive views of free speech espoused by the blogosphere turned mobosphere. Interestingly, we are also the law firm the legitimate bloggers turn to when they want to make sure they don’t cross the line.

Traverse Internet Law has handled 252 legal matters involving coyright infringement, trademark infringement, defamation and hacking in the past two years, with a special emphasis on blogger misconduct. This  Traverse Internet Law site is focused on defamation. You can visit the Cybertriallawyer.com Internet Law main website to learn more about these areas of law, the  Traverse Internet Law attorneys, and our services.

Traverse Internet Law Specializes Exclusively in Internet Law

Lies are being told about companies every day on the web. Defamation of character and internet defamation are becoming commonplace. With the proliferation of Weblogs, anyone can say anything, and the next thing you know the major search engines have indexed it at the top of their results. As internet defamation lawyers, Traverse Internet Law can help you get the indexed results and website or blog that contains statements aimed at defamation of character removed from the search engine results, get the internet defamation content down, and flex the muscle of a defamation attorney and defamation lawyer specializing in Internet litigation.

Traverse Internet Law Is the Voice of Business

Enrico Schaefer, Esq., Internet Lawyer (Partner)

Attorney Enrico Schaefer: Technologist, trial lawyer, and author. Mr. Schaefer is a internet company executive and trial attorney practicing internet, domain and trademark, class action, trademark infringement, copyright infringement, internet defamation, software trade secret and cybersquatting law on a global basis. Mr. Schaefer has first chair trial experience in a wide variety of litigation matters, including class action litigation, mass accident, internet and domain law, cybersquatting actions, intellectual property, commercial and fiduciary litigation, UDRP and IP licensing. Mr. Schaefer represents some of the largest companies in the world in litigation, domain name, trademark and related matters. He has secured multiple million dollar plus judgments on behalf of clients, including one of the largest cybersquatting judgments under the ACPA ever achieved. Mr. Schaefer is an intellectual property attorney and our team of intellectual property and e-commerce experts represents a wide range of businesses with a singular focus on Internet disputes, litigation and trials. Mr. Schaefer works on cases across the country including Virginia, Washington DC, California, New York, Florida, Texas, Michigan, Ohio, Utah and many other states.

Attorney Brian Hall, Esq., Internet Lawyer (Partner)

Mr. Hall is a partner at Traverse Internet Law and works as trial attorney on internet, trademark and domain, trade secret, and copyright law in complex litigation throughout the United States. Mr. Hall has handled a wide variety of litigation matters and represented companies throughout the world in the areas of trademark law, internet and domain law, cybersquatting, intellectual property, and commercial and business disputes. He is a 2002 graduate of Miami University in Oxford, Ohio and received his Juris Doctor degree cum laude from Michigan State University College of Law in 2007. Mr. Hall works on cases across the country including Virginia, Washington DC, California, New York, Florida, Texas, Michigan, Ohio, Utah and many other states. Partner, Traverse Legal, PLC Traverse City, MI, 2007 – present. Specializing in internet law, intellectual property law, complex litigation, technology company representation, domain disputes, internet and web site based class actions and general counsel services.

Attorney Mark Clark, Esq., Internet Lawyer (Partner)

Mr. Clark is partner at Traverse Internet Law. He is a 1985 graduate of Kenyon College and received his Juris Doctor degree cum laude from Michigan State University College of Law in 1988. He practices general civil litigation, personal injury and insurance defense, commercial litigation, real estate and zoning matters, condemnation law and business law, including formation of corporations, limited liability companies and general business counsel. Mr. Clark’s practice areas now also include internet law, copyright and trademark law including issues under the Digital Millenium Copyright Act (DMCA), as well as trade secret and non-compete litigation and maritime litigation. Mr. Clark works on cases across the country including Virginia, Washington DC, California, New York, Florida, Texas, Michigan, Ohio, Utah and many other states.

Remember, you can visit the main Cybertriallawyer.com Internet Law website for more information on our firm and our services, and to access a library of information including podcasts, videos and articles on the law of the Internet.

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