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Welcome to the best source for legal representation. Whether you are an individual or a business, Silverstein Legal will provide you with prompt and aggressive representation to meet your specific needs.
Size doesn’t matter at our firm. Whether you or an individual, a small business, a large business (including international), Silverstein Legal will address your specific legal needs with innovative and flexible methods and solutions.
Our office is a full-service boutique firm that practices in numerous different areas of the law, including but not limited to, business law, civil litigation, contracts, corporate law, creditor rights, criminal defense, dispute resolution, domestic relations, entertainment law, internet law, intellectual property, first amendment (free speech), media law, and probate (wills & trust) contests/litigation. Please visit Our Services page for a more detailed list of our services.
While we pride ourselves in our work in the areas of law referenced above, our law firm is especially proud of its work in the internet and technology markets. Our firm is comprised of some of the most innovative and technology savvy internet attorneys and our clients engage in the operation of various types of websites and online businesses. In the internet arena, our lawyers regularly assist clients with regulatory compliance (including, CAN-SPAM and various State Spam laws, and FTC compliance), online marketing, content evaluation, social media policies, first amendment issues, censorship, intellectual property issues, the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), data theft, privacy issues (including privacy policies), licensing (including, content, software and hardware), record keeping, website sales, advertising law, domain disputes (including cybersquatting and UDRP actions), data security, and much more. Our internet law clients include, internet service providers, website operators, programmers, software developers, artists, and photographers/videographers, just to name a few.
Silverstein Legal’s experience and knowledge, together with a commitment to results and client satisfaction, enables us to answer all of your questions and help to solve all of your problems, as efficiently as possible. The law and the court system has never been more complex. No matter what legal issue you are facing, our office can get you answers that you need.
Our firm’s managing and founding member, Corey Silverstein, has been dedicated to the study and practice of law for almost a decade. His years of experience and understanding of his client’s specific needs enables him to fight for and protect his clients. For a more detailed profile on Mr. Silverstein please visit our About page.
I encourage you to browse our website and contact us if we can be of any assistance to you.
Who do we represent?
Advertisement and Traffic Brokers
We are experienced in representing some of the largest traffic and advertisement brokers in the online community today. Traffic and advertisement brokers are constantly dealing with complex technology related contracts and transactions, and our attorneys have the advanced technical and legal skills necessary for these issues.
Our attorneys have decades of experience representing content producers and ensuring that their intellectual property rights are protected. We are experienced in age verification and record keeping issues.
The thought of being investigated, accused, indicted, charged, or prosecuted for a criminal offense is a life changing event that can have profound consequences on an individual or business. For the past decade, we have defended and assisted countless clients that have either been investigated or charged with a wide range of criminal offenses, including both white collar and blue collar crimes.
Our firm represents some of the most successful domainers in the world and we have substantial experience dealing in the sale and purchase of multi-million dollar domain transactions. We also have a tremendous amount of experience assisting our clients in domain name disputes.
Internet Service Providers (ISPs) / Hosts
Our firm proudly represents individuals and businesses that sell or lease: internet hosting, collocation, bandwidth, servers and various other technology.
Our lawyers understand the legal complexities involved in the payment processing industry and have substantial experience representing merchants, merchant account holders, third party billing services, payment gateways, and alternative payment processors.
Website Owners and Operators
Our firm proudly represents the owners and operators of various types of websites including but not limited to: paysites, freesites, affiliate programs, tube sites, cam sites, dating sites, search engines, novelty stores, blog and online communities.
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New York – Silverstein Legal is proud to announce that the firm’s founding member, Corey D. Silverstein, has received his license to practice law in the State of New York and was admitted to the New York State bar in a ceremony at the New York Court of Appeals in Albany, New York. Attorney Corey D. Silverstein is now licensed to practice law in Michigan, the District of Columbia, Arizona, Georgia and New York. Additionally, through his of-counsel relationship with the Walters Law Group and its founding/principal member, attorney Lawrence Walters, Silverstein Legal is also able to assist Florida clientele. “New York continues to be one of the business and financial power-houses of the world and it has always been one of my personal and professional goals to expand to New York.” Silverstein said. “New York has, is and always will be where the action is at and it’s only fitting that Silverstein Legal is part of the equation.” Silverstein continued. “Our plan is to quickly make Silverstein Legal’s presence felt in New York and provide an immediate benefit to all of our existing and prospective clients.” Silverstein Legal was founded in 2006 and continues to be the premier boutique…
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DMCA Attorney Corey Silverstein warns all website operators to ensure DMCA compliance and offers DMCA Agent Services. From Copyright.gov: “The Digital Millennium Copyright Act (“DMCA”) provides safe harbors from copyright infringement liability for online service providers. In order to qualify for safe harbor protection, certain kinds of service providers—for example, those that allow users to post or store material on their systems, and search engines, directories, and other information location tools— must designate an agent to receive notifications of claimed copyright infringement. To designate an agent, a service provider must do two things: (1) make certain contact information for the agent available to the public on its website; and (2) provide the same information to the Copyright Office, which maintains a centralized online directory of designated agent contact information for public use. The service provider must also ensure that this information is up to date. In December 2016, the Office introduced an online registration system and electronically generated directory to replace the Office’s old paper-based system and directory. Accordingly, the Office no longer accepts paper designations. To designate an agent, a service provider must register with and use the Office’s online system.” The Designation of an agent to receive notifications…