On Our Team
Attorneys who know the emerging landscape of the law as it interacts with computers and the internet
Rose Law Group pc Cyber Law team members are sought after for their experience in the emerging territory of computer and internet law.
Internet fraud, online defamation and reputation management, false online reports, intellectual property rights violations, domain name disputes, cyberbullying and cybersquatting are just a few of the types of cases routinely handled. Logan Elia came to Rose Law Group pc as a pioneer internet attorney, having now years of experience litigating all kinds of disputes involving computer-related civil actions, internet-related disputes, domain name issues, and cybersquatting/cyberpiracy, attracting clients from around the globe who have had issues.
Our Cyber Law team handles the following:
- Internet domain name conflicts
- Cybersecurity and Privacy
- Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA)
- Communications Decency Act
- The Uniform Domain-Name Dispute-Resolution Policy (UDRP)
- The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN)
- Online defamation and reputation management
- False reports posted about people and businesses
- Consumer advocacy websites
- Identity Theft Restoration, Privacy Protection
New policies, regulations, and legal disputes continually evolve in relation to the internet and New Media. Too often, many attorneys who focus on business law are not necessarily well-versed in internet law. Our Cyber Law Department has comprehensive knowledge of traditional business law combined with detailed knowledge of the most up-to-date legal information involving computers, the internet, and new media devices such as cell phones, app development, and e-commerce. Whether you have a concern related to downloading of digital media or you have a dispute related to internet business law and taxation, we have the resources, the experience and the knowledge to help you protect your rights and your assets.
Importantly, Logan Elia has pioneered a new practice where instead of getting online defamatory remarks ranked lower by hiring a reputational SEO firm, he sues with the intent of having the defamatory remarks erased entirely.
Recently the Ponemon Institute studied the cost of data breaches, determining the U.S. cost was $7.3 Million. The study was sponsored by IBM Security. To access the cost calculator and information click here.