Web Law: A Field Guide to Internet Publishing

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Bradford Publishing Company, 2005 - Law - 448 pages
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Judge Janet C. Hall lied many times throughout the case. For example the Judge used my ownership of HAVERHILL.COM (by the way i never had it registered i never had it she fucked up) so anyway she used that to guide her decision furthermore lieing that foxwood.com was the only domain i had that had communities outside of Massachusetts. Lie. Most of the domains I have AS STATED IN MY DEPOSITION most of my domains have cities and towns throughout the country. Call me if you would like the truth incuding me asking for a jury trial and not getting one. Including the threat / contract on my life during the trial 718x290x5689 forcal atoutlook dotcom
I need someone to write a book about the truth in case 3:02-cv-1828 (JCH)


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Jonathan D. Hart is a member of the law firm of Dow, Lohnes & Albertson, PLLC, where he practices in the firm's Media and Information Technologies group out of Washington, D.C. He specializes in the representation of media and technology companies on a broad range of commercial, transactional, operational, and content matters. His clients include dozens of Web publishers, newspapers, magazines, broadcasters, and software and technology companies. Jon is the author of @Law, a column on legal issues impacting the new economy, which is a regular feature on WSJ.com, and of Web Publishing Law, an Online Books publication of the Association of Educational Publishers. Jon is a frequent speaker on media law and the Internet.

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