Intellectual Property, Media, and Internet Law Partner at Thompson Coburn LLP
My law practice focuses on solving clients’ communications issues and problems. Much of my work deals with intellectual property and information technology, particularly involving the Internet. I have taught Internet Law for eight years at Washington University School of Law, and I currently teach Censorship and Free Expression.
I am also author and editor of Internet Law Twists & Turns, a blog that examines legal issues related to the creation, publication and dissemination of information via the Internet. It’s business law basics with an Internet law twist. www.internetlawtwists.com
Specialties: Internet, media, copyright, trademark and advertising law, including both counseling and litigation
Description: Digital marketing shares its DNA with traditional marketing, but is subject to unique legal considerations, which I call “Internet law twists.” This session will detail the top legal risk area for online marketing, including special rules for behavioral and native advertising, endorsements, and electronic contracts.