Current GigaLaw.com Editorial Board Members
Douglas M. Isenberg, an attorney, is the founder, editor and publisher of GigaLaw.com. A former news reporter and magazine editor, he practices intellectual property and Internet law in Atlanta. He is the author of the book "The GigaLaw.com Guide to Internet Law," to be published by Random House in the fall of 2002. He also writes regularly about Internet law, including columns for Internet World magazine and CNET News.com. He is licensed to practice law in the state of Georgia.
Stephanie B. Glaser practices law at Patterson, Belknap, Webb & Tyler LLP in New York City. Her practice includes intellectual property licensing and agreements; intellectual property counseling; corporate transactions; and First Amendment and privacy counseling. She is licensed to practice law in the state of New York.
James A. Harvey concentrates his practice on technology, electronic commerce and Internet-related transactions and advice as a partner at Alston & Bird LLP in Atlanta. His representation routinely includes advice in privacy and data management issues. He is licensed to practice law in the state of Georgia.
Jay Hollander practices computer and Internet law with his own law firm in New York City, Hollander and Company LLC. He concentrates his practice on computer software and Internet issues. He is licensed to practice law in the state of New York.
Gregory J. Kirsch practices intellectual property law in Atlanta as a shareholder with the law firm Needle & Rosenberg, P.C. He heads the firm’s software, telecom and electronic technology patent practice. He is licensed to practice law in the states of Georgia and Virginia and in the District of Columbia.
Michael Landau is a professor of law at Georgia State University College of Law in Atlanta. He is head of the school's intellectual property curriculum group and a prolific writer and speaker on intellectual property and computer law topics. He is licensed to practice law in the state of New York.
Douglas M. Towns practices labor and employment law as a partner at Jones, Day, Reavis & Pogue in Atlanta. His experience includes representation of high-tech and other companies in Title VII, ADA and other employment matters, and he has written and lectured on issues relating to technology and the workplace. He is licensed to practice law in the state of Georgia.
Peter K. Yu is executive director of the Intellectual Property Law Program and deputy director of the Howard M. Squadron Program in Law, Media & Society at Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in New York City, where he also serves as an acting assistant professor of law. He is a research associate of the Programme in Comparative Media Law & Policy at the University of Oxford and has written on a variety of legal topics. He is licensed to practice law in the state of New York.