Internet law — a.k.a., regulations and statutes that govern online business, marketing, promotions, and communications — is of one Gordon Law's core competencies. Our team of attorneys, accountants, and professionals works with startups, e-commerce entreprenuers, affiliates (marketers/networks), and businesses with an online presence who want to comply with state, federal, and international rules...in the most profitable way possible.
Based in Illinois, we work with people across the United States and Abroad.
While useful in countless ways, ubiquitously communicating at the speed of light also spawned a rumormongering epidemic. Companies that find themselves in the crosshairs of an online reputation attack can count on our Internet lawyers to use every available legal tool to restore their good names.
Is your business online privacy compliant? The U.S. doesn't have a universal digital privacy law, but several states and international bodies do, and commercial websites (including sites that display advertising) must adhere. Our Internet law attorneys will make sure you're operating on the right side of the law.
Intellectual property is becoming ever more valuable, which is why theft and misappropriation are on the rise. Our business law team helps writers, artists, professionals, and businesses register intellectual property - and defend their rights when conflicts arise.
The e-commerce ecosystem is rapidly expanding. Our Internet law attorneys work with online retailers with everything from business formation to account suspension, tax compliance to counterfeiting conflicts. We've worked with countless sellers and intimately understand the industry ins-and-outs.
A woman filed an Internet law claim against several brands for not maintaining acceptable website accessibility standards. Is your site vulnerable?GO »
Uber changed its terms of service agreement to align with #MeToo initiatives. Does your business need to update your policies as well?GO »
The General Protection Data Rule (GDPR) is now in effect. Though an EU law, most stateside websites must comply with the new online privacy statute.GO »
Amazon's terms of service forbid incentivized reviews. But reviews fuel the platform, and online sellers say they're almost forced to break the rules.GO »
According to reports, Facebook seems to have moved a ton of data from the EU to California. Is it to avoid an impending online privacy law?GO »
Two famous chocolate makers —one here in the U.S. and one over in the Ukraine — are locked in a cybersquatting battle over a chocolate kiss domain.GO »