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Lior Leser

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Member since: Mar 01, 2012

Lior Leser counsels Online, Mobile and Software companies. With a J.D. from Stanford Law School and an M.A. from the International Business School, Lior Leser is uniquely equipped to help web 2.0 businesses grow and succeed in today's competitive marketplace.

From dating sites to e-commerce, from mobile products distribution to software developers, today's tech businesses require web 2.0 legal expertise. The legal challenges posed by such issues as user generated content, community opinions, cloud computing and double opt-in mobile subscriptions just didn't exist a couple of years ago.

With the know-how and expertise to direct, counsel and support tomorrow's technologies and business strategies, we provide leading and up and coming technology companies with the tools and knowledge needed to build strong and secure business and legal strategies.

Mr. Leser attended Stanford Law School (Stanford, CA), where he co-founded the Stanford Journal of Law - Business and Finance. Prior to law school, Mr. Leser attended Sophia University (Japan) and the London School of Economics (London, UK) for advanced studies in Economics. Mr. Leser attended Brandeis University (Waltham, MA), where he earned a Masters degree in International Economics and Finance and a Bachelors degree in Economics. Mr. Leser has received numerous academic and professional awards and distinctions, and he participates in several charitable/philanthropic organizations in his community.

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Licensing agreement is a contract whereby the innovator, writer, composer, software programmer and scientist allow other people to manufacture, publish and sell copies of their work. It is the

Legal> Intellectual Property l 2 years ago

Many amateur composers fall victim to a badly drafted licensing agreement that totally stomps on their right over their royalties and possible million dollar career. This scenario does not only

Legal> Copyright l 2 years ago

There is a great deal of misinformation about what constitutes online compliance. The prevailing notion is that there are key issues that must be addressed and once accomplished "compliance" is

Legal> Cyber Law l 3 years ago

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