Plunkett Cooney’s multidisciplinary team of attorneys is available to assist and guide your business as it evolves, grows and navigates through today’s e-business landscape. As a full-service law firm, we have addressed a variety of client needs in the traditional business arena, and our technological expertise has allowed us to transfer those skills to the e-business marketplace and Internet.
Our attorneys have experience and expertise in dealing with e-law issues in fields as varied as architecture and engineering liability; banking and finance; bankruptcy; construction; corporate law; contract drafting and negotiation; business formation; non-compete, non-solicitation and confidentiality issues; criminal defense; governmental affairs; immigration; insurance; intellectual property; international law; labor and employment; professional liability; real estate; regulatory law; tax and telecommunication issues and even issues regarding Internet filters for municipal libraries.
Plunkett Cooney’s attorneys stay abreast of the latest technology and legal issues involving electronic commerce and the Internet. Legislation that will affect the way business is conducted in the new economy is being continually introduced. From the CAN-SPAM Act to The Sarbanes-Oxley Act and beyond, Plunkett Cooney’s e-business attorneys advise their clients of the ramifications of these laws on their evolving internet based businesses and transactions.
The e-Business & Internet Law Practice Group also goes to great lengths to help clients minimize liability. Our attorneys routinely present workshops, lectures and seminars offering legal updates and techniques to limit corporate and personal liability and to enhance our clients’ ability to do business in any setting.