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  Texas Domain Dispute Lawyers

    Because of the rapid growth of Computer and Internet Technology traditional areas of business law have been changing.  Computer and Internet Law or Cyberlaw is a relatively new area of law that is really a combination of numerous other areas of law including intellectual property law, business contracts, real estate development, franchise, and corporate law. The difference between Cyberlaw and other traditional areas of law is that in Cyberlaw, previously decided legal issues are being challenged and need to be re-examined because of advances in technology.  Whether you have trade dress problems, breach of web development agreements, or theft of intellectual property, it is important to have a business law lawyer that is familiar with emerging areas of law.

    One of the fastest growing areas of business has been the Internet and the Web.  The domains on the Internet are hot e-property that have started some huge legal battles.  Domain Disputes are a fast growing area of law because businesses that traditionally did not compete for similar names are now competing for similar names.  Local businesses are running into other similar businesses that want the same domain name.  These domain disputes bring with them intellectual property issues as well as new issue that courts have not seen before.  For more information on Domain Disputes, please feel free to e-mail TexasLawyers.com, follow the below links to Texas Lawyers that handle domain disputes, go to intellectual property and Texas Business Lawyers Prins Arwine listing, or go to Texas Domain Dispute Lawyer Jason Coomer's directory listing.

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