PRESS: “Attorneys Beware” Ethics & the Cloud Post Republished in February Issue of the Texas Bar Journal

I am blessed that the Texas Bar Journal reprinted my blog post on the ethical issues surrounding attorney use of cloud-based services in this year’s February issue! My original post set forth my observations about how attorneys’ use of cloud-based services, (such as Google Drive, Dropbox and Evernote, to name a few) may leave attorneys […]

Attorneys Beware: The “Cloud” May Be Raining on Your Ethical Obligations

EverNote.  DropBox.  Google Drive. These are but a few of the many cloud-based applications available on the Internet that provide helpful and cost-effective solutions to document creation, collaboration and storage. Traditionally, the need for additional document management capability meant purchasing a new disk drive or a new software package.  Technology has now evolved to the […]

MEDIA: Is the President Giving Away the Internet? Tom Kulik on the Mike Shikman Show (WSVA Radio)

The National Telecommunications and Information Administration says that ICANN is ready for private sector management of the DNS…but is it? I had the pleasure of appearing live on The Mike Shikman Show on WSVA (Harrisonburg, VA) to discuss the repercussions of ending US oversight of ICANN – it was a fun discussion with a great […]

ISPs Beware: If You Ignore These 3 Things, You CAN Be Liable for Copyright Infringement

Until recently, most internet service providers (“ISPs”) had good reason to feel reasonably shielded from liability stemming from the conduct of their subscribers. From the uploading of unlicensed music files to the exchange of pirated content via BitTorrent, most ISPs remained shielded from liability since the implementation of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act in 1998. […]