Jul 24, 2019

TLo Attorney Authors Updates for Internet Law Treatise

Linda Norbut reflects upon best practices for creating enforceable online contracts.

Over the past year, Thomas & LoCicero attorney Linda Norbut has served as a contributing author, creating a series of updates for Internet Law: The Complete Guide, an online reference book for the rapidly changing field of Internet law and regulations.  Her final and most recent update is highlighted with a companion column on the blog Audit, Compliance and Risk published on the website of the reference guide’s publisher, Specialty Technical Publishers.

With its coverage of e-commerce, intellectual property, practicing law online, and individual rights, Internet Law explains how issues in this dynamic field affect all forms of business.  The publication is used by corporate counsel in all forms of business, lawyers, law professors and their students, Internet service providers, bloggers, social network operators, web designers, web training consultants, systems integration consultants, and government officials and employees.

Linda R. Norbut is an attorney in the Tampa office of Thomas & LoCicero.  Her practice concentration is in data privacy and security, media and communications law, including defamation and invasion of privacy.  She also focuses on business litigation and intellectual property matters.

With offices in Tampa and Fort Lauderdale, Thomas & LoCicero is a Florida law firm that is widely known and respected for its commitment to free speech and a free press.  The firm represents the industryā€™s leading electronic and traditional publishers, as well as individual journalists, bloggers and influencers of social media on issues ranging from news gathering to invasion of privacy, from defamation to pre-publication review.  At the heart of the firmā€™s mission is to champion free speech and defend journalism every day.

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