Attorney Michael Goldstein is the primary author of this Internet Law Blog. He is one of the founding partners of the Law Practice. The E-Legal Lawyer covers topics such as business law, civil litigation, cyber law, copyright, business consulting, and bankruptcy.
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On our employment law blog, Attorney Michael Goldstein has posted a very interesting article regarding sexual harassment in the workplace and how the practice of such has shifted from adults to part-time teenage employees. It demonstrates how retail stores, restaurants and other outlets found...
Although this blog primarily deals with cyber law and small business issues, many of our readers and subjects of blog articles come from a place where they have amassed immense student loans. As such, one of our attorney’s, Michael Goldstein has drafted a very poignant article on our...
An attachment is a prejudgment security device available to a creditor seeking to recover money damages and is used to encumber the debtor’s property during the pendency of the lawsuit. Mass. R. Civ. P. 4.1. Among the types of property subject to attachments are real property, personal...
Kimberly Blanton of The Boston Globe reported on March 8, 2008 that the Massachusetts attorney general filed suit yesterday against a Quincy mortgage broker, charging the firm with falsifying applications from customers to ensure they would qualify for loans. Brokers at Lehi Mortgage Services Inc....
Each year millions of Americans file for chapter 7 or 13 bankruptcy protection in order to eliminate unsecured debt, including large credit card balances, or in order to stop a foreclosure on their home. What these debtor’s don’t realize, is that not only do they need to put the...
On December 1, 2007, the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure received several updates, demonstrating the Federal Courts acknowledgement of the impact of online activity in our daily lives. Several rules were modified to include technological vernacular. Most notably, Rules 11 and 26, which directs...
If an individual conducts business over the internet with a web-based company and the parties enter into an agreement, and the company either breaches the agreement or commits some form of fraudulent or deceptive business practice with the buyer, can the buyer sue the company in his or her home...
Recently I was reading a blog entry by another blogger who I read frequently, and came across a posting, 5 top reasons’s to incorporate in Delaware. In this blog posting, many positive facets are discussed, including Delaware’s flexible and in many cases advantageous corporate laws,...
As an attorney with many small business clients creating their first websites, I am frequently asked to analyze a website’s searchability and potential for rankings on Google, Yahoo, MSN and other search portals. I find that using a professional search engine optimization expert is...
A very interesting press release that I read today regarding private information being broadcast on the internet: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - Tuesday, December 13, 2007 00:01 Contact: Glenn Hagele Mobile: 916/203-2442 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Documents: http://www.GlennHagele.com Private Info in...