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Internet Copyright Infringement: An Emerging White-Collar Crime Internet

New Jersey Law Journal

August 7, 2014

Treatment of Internet Licenses in Bankruptcy

New Jersey Law Journal FEBRUARY 10, 2014

Improper Internet Use Exacerbates Malpractice Exposure

New Jersey Law Journal JANUARY 20, 2014

International Internet Law Suffers Growing Pains

New Jersey Law Journal

January 6, 2014

How Internet Use Can Ameliorate Mass-Tort Litigation Difficulties

E-commerce may expose vendors and manufacturers to more product-liability lawsuits, but it can also work in their favor

New Jersey Law Journal December 16, 2013

Some States Criminalize Internet Identity Theft

New Jersey Law Journal November 18, 2013;

Selling Municipal Securities via the Internet

New Jersey Law Journal November 11, 2013

Old vs. New: Bloggers Want Same Rights as Mass Media

New Jersey Law Journal August 22, 2013

Judicial Notice and the Internet

Washburn Law Journal Spring 2013

Identifying Unnamed Online Speakers Just Got Easier"

New Jersey Law Journal May 13, 2013

Medical Malpractice Litigation New Jersey Law Journal May 6, 2013

Existing Law Promotes Internet Advertising

New Jersey Law Journal April 1, 2013

Integrating Trans-Atlantic Internet Medical Law

New Jersey Law Journal February 4, 2013

Failure to Consult Internet May Result in Legal Malpractice

New Jersey Law Journal January 21, 2013

The Maturing Nature of e-Intellectual Property Legal Services

New Jersey Law Journal November 12, 2012

Anonymous Versus Fraudulent Internet Speech

New Jersey Law Journal September 12, 2012

Applying Technology to the Business of Health Care

New Jersey Law Journal April 30, 2012

e-Commerce Law & Strategy February 1, 2012

Technology Can Cap Internet Facilitators's Liability

New Jersey Law Journal

November 9, 2011

Internet Service Providers' Access to E-mail Content

New Jersey Law Journal

September 26, 2011

Protecting Bloggers

New Jersey Law Journal

August 1, 2011

Internet Crime and the Elderly

New Jersey Law Journal

June 27, 2011

The Internet and Immigration

New Jersey Law Journal 
MAY 2, 2011

Applying Nuisance Law To Internet Bad Acts

New Jersey Law Journal

 February 21, 2011

ADVANCES IN INTERNET USER TRACKING TECHNOLOGY YIELD NEW PRIVACY VIOLATION CLAIMS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Attorney Jonathan D. Bick licensed in NY, NJ and PA splits his professional life between academia and the practice of law. In addition to representing a wide range of clients in connection with Internet law and e-commerce matters as the chairman of the Patent and Intellectual Property group at the law firm of Brach Eichler, previously a shareholder at Greenberg Traurig and an IBM attorney, Adjunct Professor Bick now regularly teaches at Rutgers and Pace Law Schools while helping clients resolve legal difficulties. He has published more than two hundred articles regarding Internet law during the past three years. He is the author of “101 Things You Need To Know About Internet Law” (Random House December 5, 2000). Mr. Bick is on the editorial board of The Internet Law & Strategy publication.

The Internet interpenetrates every aspect of our lives. Internet Law has developed in lock step with the Internet. This site contains content which may be helpful in resolving legal difficulties, particularly those related to the Internet. Those who are students of Mr. Bick may also find this site useful.

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Other Recent Publications :

New Jersey Law Journal Internet-Based Franchise Encroachment Runs Rampant December 20, 2010

Infringement" e-Commerce Law & Strategy October 2010 Abusive Social Networking Can Yield IP Infringement New Jersey Law Journal

"Technology Use May Surmount E-monitoring First Amendment Difficulties" July 19, 2010 New Jersey Law Journal

May 31, 2010  "Protecting Domestic E-Commerce" New Jersey Law Journal 

February 22, 2010 INTERNET DIMINISHES PRIVACY EXPECTATIONS AND TORTS    New Jersey Law Journal  

January 18, 2010 PROTECTION OF UNDERAGE INTERNET USERS IMPACTS E-COMMERCE

E-Commerce Law & Strategy December 2009 "FTC Guidelines Fallout"

New Jersey Law Journal November 30, 2009 FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION REGULATES BLOGGING - BLOGGERS AND ADVERTISERS COULD FACE INJUNCTIONS

STAR-LEDGER -- November 12, 2009 Lawyer, former firm fight over gripe site --- lack of commercial intent is a defense against cybersquatting and trademark infringement.

New Jersey Law Journal September 14, 2009 -- "Enforceable Browse Wrap Contracts"

New Jersey Law Journal July 20 2009 -- "E-Dissemination of Individual's Image"

New Jersey Law Journal May 25, 2009 -- Getting Stimulus Funds for Electronic Medical Record Systems The federal government has recently offered public funding to help physician groups implement e- record systems.

New Jersey Law Journal March 16, 2009 INTERNET COMMUNICATION PRIVACY RIGHTS -- EXISTING STATUTES AND CASE LAW REDUCE CONSTITUTIONAL PROTECTIONS

New Jersey Law Journal  February 16, 2009 LAWFUL MINING OF SOCIAL NETWORKS  -- AVOID LEGAL DIFFICULTIES BY INCORPORATING PARTICULAR POLICIES

New Jersey Law Journal   January 19, 2009

CURBING INTERNET DEFAMATION  -- ADVANTAGEOUS STRATEGIES FOR TACKLING THE PROBLEM

An identifiable Internet speaker who sends an unlawful e-mail or posts an unlawful Internet message is subject to traditional litigation tactics. However, countless Internet speakers are not effortlessly identifiable. Hence, novel litigation, technical and administrative law tactics are advantageous for successfully curbing Internet defamation.

New Jersey Law Journal  January 19, 2009

CURBING INTERNET DEFAMATION  -- ADVANTAGEOUS STRATEGIES FOR TACKLING THE PROBLEM

An identifiable Internet speaker who sends an unlawful e-mail or posts an unlawful Internet message is subject to traditional litigation tactics. However, countless Internet speakers are not effortlessly identifiable. Hence, novel litigation, technical and administrative law tactics are advantageous for successfully curbing Internet defamation.

Internet Law & Strategy January 2009

CHANGING INTERNET PHARMACY LEGAL STANDARDS -- USING ONLINE QUESTIONNAIRES TO PRESCRIBE MEDICATIONS

Internet Law & Strategy October 2008

Novel Internet Statues Strategies and Tatics

NJBIZ - Auguest 25, 2008

Internet Laws Can Protect All Types of Businesses

The Internet, hence Internet law, penetrates every aspect of business. Certain Internet legal issues may be specific to the type of business. However, many issues are common for all types of businesses.

New Jersey Law Journal - August 4, 2008

Novel Internet Statutes Strategies

GOVERNMENT IS BECOMING MORE PRESSED TO IMPLEMENT REGULATIONS

New Jersey Law Journal - June 2, 2008

Unconscionable Terms and E-contracts

FAIRNESS COMES WITH A FAIR PRESENTATION OF THE TERMS

Scalpers beware: States target ticket sellers --- Interview

New Jersey Law Journal

April 21 , 2008

E-SPEECH BECOMING SEMI-FREE SPEECH

RECENT GOVERNMENTAL MOVEMENT TOWARDS MAKING INTERNET SPEECH RESTRICTED

 

New Jersey Law Journal

March 24, 2008

SEC IMPROVES E-CAPITAL RAISING -- RULE 144 FACILITATES CAPITAL FUND-RAISING OPPORTUNITIES VIA THE INTERNET

New Jersey Law Journal

February 25, 2008

MONITORING EMPLOYEE INTERNET USE  -- THE USE OF TECHNOLOGY HELPS TO MINIMIZE EMPLOYEE INTERNET BAD ACTS, AND EMPLOYER LIABILITY

New Jersey Law Journal    January 28, 2008

Amerliorating Internet Sweepstakes Liability

Proper notice and implementation are needed to keep Web contests lawful

New Jersey Law Journal  January 14, 2008

Blogs Afforded Unequal Protection

COMMERCIAL CONTENT IN A BLOG MAY DIMINISH ITS FIRST AMENDMENT PROTECTIONS

New Jersey Law Journal   December 24, 2007

Emerging Internet Telemedicine Issues

Internet telemedicine is plagued by concern for patients whose physicians prescribe medication without a face-to-face examination. Consequently, state boards of medical examiners and state legislatures throughout the country have initiated disciplinary hearings and legislation to limit a physician’s ability to practice medicine without prior hands-on contact with a patient.

New Jersey Law Journal - Nov 30, 2007

THE AMERICANIZATION OF E-COMMERCE LAW

- AMERICAN LAW HAS BECOME THE PREEMINENT LEGAL FORCE WITH INTERNET COMMERCIAL TRANSACTIONS

New Jersey Law Journal - November 6, 2007

E-TELEPHONE PRIVACY

At low cost and widening availability, VoIP is common in business, and might be used at a greater volume and frequency among tech and e-commerce companies, thus making it a technology and a commodity to watch. Unfortunately, for consumer and businessperson alike, a concealed cost of VoIP service might be a user’s privacy. That’s because traditional telephone privacy is strictly sheltered by existing case law and statute, while VoIP, it could be argued, is unprotected in many instances.

(C) Jonathan Bick 2014