Partner Stu Panensky Authors Article on Technology Errors & Omissions (“Tech E&O”) for Professional Times Magazine

Partner Stu Panensky authors article on Technology Errors & Omissions ("Tech E&O") for Professional Times Magazine. Titled, Does IT Go Without Saying?, Stu's article explores the standard of care and other legal issues relating to technology professionals and software developers. The article was published in the June 2018 issue of the industry trade magazine, Professional Times [...]

Client Alert – Don’t Get Soaked by the Alphabet Soup of 21st Century Digital Marketing!

Our Privacy, Litigation and Telephone Consumer Protection Act (‘TCPA’) practice groups are increasingly called upon to advise regarding sophisticated marketing campaigns involving text and e-mail solicitations. In some cases, there is a GPS element to the situation where communications via text or email are targeted to persons in range of the sender based upon GPS [...]

FisherBroyles Announces Michael Khoury Named 2017 Detroit Information Technology Lawyer of the Year

Detroit, MI – FisherBroyles®, the cloud-based law firm that is revolutionizing the efficiency of the practice of law, is pleased to announce that Michael S. Khoury has been named the 2017 Information Technology Lawyer of the Year in Detroit by Best Lawyers®. Khoury is a business lawyer with particular experience in information technology and technology transactions, [...]

FisherBroyles Announces Major Expansion of its Intellectual Property Group

Eight Attorney Group Joins FisherBroyles’ Patent Team (Atlanta, GA — October 17, 2016) — FisherBroyles LLP announced today that eight attorneys from ALG Intellectual Property, LLC have joined the nation’s first and largest cloud-based law firm in a major expansion of the firm’s intellectual property group. ALG is a prominent intellectual property boutique based in [...]

Your Data Practices May Need a Lift: Lessons from Uber/NYAG Settlement

Companies which obtain through smartphone apps, vehicle transmitters or otherwise, location information of their customers and employees should heed the very recent settlement agreement between the New York Attorney General and Uber. Among other things, the agreement requires that such data be encrypted and password protected with accessibility on a need to know basis. It [...]

Tips for Avoiding Pitfalls in Technology Contracts

The recent problems experienced by Finish Line should be instructive to all users and providers of technology products and services. Based in Indianapolis, Finish Line operates as a specialty retailer of athletic shoes, apparel, and accessories in the U.S.  Public reporting on the company’s Q3 earnings and sales acknowledged a problem with deployment of a new [...]