The Law Office of Michael B. Green, Esq. 
Post Office Box 2451, Seaford New York 11783
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the Southern and Eastern US District Courts and all New York State Courts

Your Primary Source for Computer, Internet, Telecom and High Technology Law

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The Law Offices of Michael B. Green, Esq. advises clients in many areas of the law, business and technology including: drafting, reviewing, negotiating and enforcing contracts along with other transactional projects, intellectual property licenses, residential and commercial leases, asset purchases and software acquisition as well as with guidance on insurance, bankruptcy, settlements, warranty and indemnity, human resources, discrimination & employment issues and general day to day legal, business and technical matters.

  

Our office provides an entire range of representation on issues involving HIPAA, FERPA and Intellectual Property matters such as trademark and copyright preparation, maintenance, and enforcement, trade secret and confidentiality protections, license agreements, service level agreements, and source code escrow services.

  

We can provide you with a virtual “turn-key” contracting process with templates for contracts and other important documents, detailed guidance on each step and on every issue as well as assistance in developing a more efficient contract tracking process. Moreover, we can support you in negotiating and settling disputes involving client, employment and vendor agreements, solicitation and poaching of valuable technical employees, collections and insurance claims.

  

Our office can also provide guidance on human resources issues such as drafting and revising employment agreements and corporate policies included in employee manuals, interviewing and termination of employment, employee stock plans, potential sexual harassment claims, whether former employees violated non-compete clauses in employment agreements, independent contractor versus employee status for tax purposes and reductions in force.

 

Unique and novel challenges are met with a vast array of resources. We are available to consult with you 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Please call us at (516) 993-4357 or e-mail with your problems for a free consultation and together we will find a way to solve them.

Michael Green is also the author or co-author of several articles and has collaborated on two briefs submitted to the United States Supreme Court in landmark Internet cases. The following are some of these works:

U.S. v. American Library Association (“CIPA” Case) Amicus Curiae Brief  - This brief was filed with the U.S. Supreme Court on February 10th, 2003.

ACLU v. Reno (CDA Indecency Case) Amici Curiae Brief  - This brief was filed with the U.S. Supreme Court on February 19th, 1997.

Bridging The Analogy Gap: The Internet, The Printing Press And Freedom Of Speech - This Law Review Article was published in the Spring 1997 by invitation of the Seattle University School of Law.

Anonymity, Democracy and Cyberspace - Last Draft of Law Review Article unpublished due to discontinuance of publication.

Nameless in Cyberspace: Anonymity on the Internet - This was an edited version of the Anonymity, Democracy and Cyberspace Law Review Article that was ultimately published by the Cato Institute as Briefing Paper No. 54 on December 8, 1999.

Copyright, Fair Use and ISP Liability on the Internet - This is a paper written during the second year of law school and also published in the March, 1996 issue of The Ethical Spectacle.

 
 

The following are outlines from the Shareware Industry Conference presented by Michael Green.

Outline - Effective Contract Negotiations.

Outline - Confidentiality Issues When Selling/Licensing Source Code.
 
 
 

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The Ethical Spectacle is an on-line magazine edited by my friend, colleague and mentor, Jonathan Wallace, Esq.

Our office is proud to have known and worked with retired attorney Lance Rose, LL.M, an esteemed pioneer in Computer and Internet Law and author of the seminal, NetLaw, as our Business and Technology Law Consultant. His tremendous achievements in the emergence of this field will continue to resonate throughout the future. He will always be greatly missed.
 
 

“One of the greatest pains to human nature is the pain of a new idea...” Walter Bagehot 1826-1877