Sequel Technology & IP Law delivers critical information on intellectual property and Internet law through its new web portal and mobile web site. With everything from updates on the latest legal developments to free seminars for Sequel clients, the portal is another example of how agile, efficient firms like Sequel are changing the way law is practiced.
Online PR News – 24-January-2012 – – Sequel is expanding its client services by launching a web portal at http://www.sequeltechlaw.com offering critical information on intellectual property and Internet law. A mobile-optimized version is available at m.sequeltechlaw.com. The site will offer updates on important subjects such as the latest views about managing the legal risk associated with data breaches, how to manage the costs of a litigation, and the viability of “hot news” misappropriation claims. The portal is a natural complement to Sequel’s affiliated web site, eCrimetools.com, which provides the tools, services, education, and databases needed to confront Internet crime.
Sequel’s managing partner, Melise Blakeslee, explains, “We want to reach out to our clients with the information they need to protect their bottom line. The new site supports our goal of helping clients achieve their legal goals in the most efficient way possible.”
The site also outlines Sequel’s unique approach to practicing law, with an emphasis on effectiveness, flexibility and efficiency instead of a lawyer-focused, big-law way of doing things. Sequel seeks to partner with its clients, using the firm’s proven experience in intellectual property, technology, Internet and business law to develop solutions to real-world business challenges that are proactive, innovative and practical. One of Sequel’s advantages is its flexible billing arrangements, including fixed-fee, monthly billing, and hourly billing with optional “not-to-exceed” budgets.
SEQUEL SEMINARS AND FREE CLE
Sequel’s new site also offers significant educational opportunities, including materials available for clients that were presented in connection with Sequel Seminars (http://www.sequeltechlaw.com/news-la/sequel-seminars/). These seminars give in-house attorneys the essential information on intellectual property and the Internet they need to protect their companies. The seminars are free to Sequel clients. Sequel’s latest seminar, offered through Lawline.com, is a two-part presentation on Researching Cybersquatting and Other Online Infringement and Preparing and Filing UDRP (Domain Name) Complaints. The program will be offered as a live webcast through the Lawline.com site on January 31, 2012 from 5:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. (EST) and then will be available on demand. CLE credit is available for many states. Sequel clients interested in obtaining a free pass should contact Lisa at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ABOUT SEQUEL TECHNOLOGY & IP LAW:
Sequel Technology & IP Law, PLLC, is a Washington, D.C. law firm founded in 2009 with the goal of giving clients “big firm” talent, focus, and expertise without the big cost. The law firm focuses on intellectual property, information technology, Internet and business law. (www.sequeltechlaw.com)