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Internet & Technology Law

In the realm of technology, change is the only constant. With the continuous evolution of technology, the governing laws also undergo transformations. As a business owner, rest assured that Holihan & Harchuck is committed to navigating you through the fluctuating regulations that directly influence your ability to operate.

Advisors to large corporations and start-ups

Whether you’re launching a new venture, refining an existing product, or broadening your market presence, our team is here to equip you with the legal resources necessary for navigating your project successfully. Take advantage of our expertise in crafting and safeguarding rights to online content and intellectual property, as well as our guidance on utilizing trademarks and copyrights in the online sphere.

We partner with clients across multiple legal disciplines, including Internet, eCommerce, social media, and domain law.

Our primary services include:

  • Online Agreements
  • Privacy Policies
  • DMCA Compliance & Agent Services
  • Affiliate Advertising Programs
  • Domain transactions and disputes

Representative Work

Companies of all sizes have benefited from our extensive legal knowledge when developing online governance processes and policies, terms and conditions, and related business documents. With technology, Intellectual Property protection grows in importance as access to counterfeit goods is easier than ever. Holihan & Harchuck has successfully represented many clients in this practice area, including:

The first Anti-Cybersquatting lawsuit initiated in Florida subsequent to the enactment of section 15 U.S.C. §1125(d). The legal action targeted an entity mentioned in Congressional testimony, serving as the basis for the Lanham Act amendment to accommodate such claims.
Disney Enterprises, Inc. v. Murray Hill Transportation Corp., 6:01-cv-00564-PCF (MD Fla.)

Trademark infringement action resulting in a six-figure judgment, permanent injunction and transfer of domain names.
Affliction Holdings, LLC, Lacoste Alligator, S.A., Oakley, Inc., Nike, Inc., True Religion Apparel, Inc., and Guru Denim, Inc. v. Hesse et al, 09-61510-cv-Lenard/Turnoff (SD Fla.)

Successfully pursued a trademark infringement case against European online sellers who were distributing counterfeit products to U.S. consumers through platforms such as eBay and other third-party online sales channels. The court granted a Temporary Restraining Order (TRO), Asset Freeze, and Expedited Discovery in response.
Calvin Klein Trademark Trust et al v. procommerce ltd et al, 0:16-cv-62697 (M.D. Fla)