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Partner at Wolk & Levine, LLP, a boutique business services law firm, providing quality legal services to businesses in a diverse range of practice areas across the State of California.


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Practice areas


  1. Gaming: 25%
    6 years
  2. Business: 25%
    6 years
  3. Intellectual Property: 20%
    6 years
  4. Contracts & Agreements: 20%
    6 years
  5. Lawsuits & Disputes: 10%
    6 years



Hourly ($250-350/hour), contingent (20-40%), Fixed (sometimes), Free consultation (30 minutes)

Payment types:

Cash, Check, Credit card

Attorney endorsements

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  • Jonathan Christopher Tobin

    Can't say much more than has already been said about Mr. Levine. Sharp, professional, with an eye for good cases and clients.


    Jonathan Tobin Intellectual Property Attorney
    Relationship: Worked together on matter

  • Brian Russell Michaels

    I endorse this lawyer.


    Brian Michaels Criminal Defense Attorney
    Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community

Contact info

Wolk & Levine, LLP

550 North Brand Blvd.
Suite 625
Glendale, CA, 91203

2601 Ocean Park Blvd.
Suite 302
Santa Monica, CA, 90405



We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
Avvo contributions
Legal answers
Award nameGrantorDate granted
Editorial Advisory BoardCyberspace Lawyer2010
Editorial Advisory BoardE-Commerce Law Report2010
Volunteer of the YearKitten Rescue2009
CALI Award - Information Privacy LawThe Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction2008
2006/2007 Best Practice Round JudgeSouthwestern Moot Court Board of Governors2007
2nd Place OralistJohn Marshall Information Technology and Privacy Moot Court Competition2006
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
Adjunct ProfessorSouthwestern Law School2013 - Present
PartnerWolk & Levine, LLP2013 - Present
General CounselVerdant Resource, FPC2012 - Present
PartnerWolk Levine & Trotter, LLP2009 - Present
General CounselParrots First2009 - Present
N/ACoggan & Tarlow2009 - 2009
N/AJohnson, Cebula & Rygh2008 - 2009
Research AssistantSouthwestern Law2007 - 2008
Association namePosition nameDuration
The Association of Media and Entertainment CounselAttorney Member2012 - Present
Glendale Bar AssociationAttorney Member2012 - Present
Glendale Chamber of CommerceN/A2011 - Present
American Bar Association, Intellectual Property Law SectionN/A2010 - Present
Glendale Bar AssociationN/A2010 - Present
Beverly Hills Bar AssociationN/A2010 - Present
Glendale Bar AssociationN/A2010 - Present
E-Commerce Law ReportEditorial Advisory Board2010 - Present
Cyberspace LawyerEditorial Advisory Board2010 - Present
American Bar AssociationN/A2009 - Present
Parrots FirstVolunteer counsel2009 - Present
Legal Aid Foundation of Los AngelesVolunteer Santa Monica Clinic2008 - 2008
Kitten RescueVolunteer2008 - Present
General Relief Advocacy ProjectVolunteer2007 - 2008
Parrots FirstVolunteer2002 - Present
State Bar of CaliforniaN/AN/A
Legal cases
Case nameOutcome
Powerbox International AB v. Powerbox, Inc.Case against our client dismissed with prejudice.
Machtolff et al. v. Pearson et al.Settlement and concurrent use agreement.
Hatch et al v. Campbell et al.Settled during trial.
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Publication nameTitleDate
Los Angeles TimesCan board place association funds in risky investments?2013
Los Angeles TimesWhen past-due payments are overseen by lawyers2013
E-Commerce Law ReportUpdates from the Cloud2012
Cyberspace LawyerRestrictions on live-streaming and archiving of court proceedings may constitute unconstitutional prior restraints2012
Cyberspace LawyerMisuse of an automatic email service through Facebook or another social networking site can lead to liability under the CAN-SPAM Act, the CFAA, and California Penal Code § 5022012
Cyberspace LawyerPotential liability for defamation and false light as a result of Wikipedia entries2012
Cyberspace LawyerAll members of a data loss class action must suffer, and allege, sufficient harm to establish standing2012
Cyberspace LawyerPrivate Employee Blog That Perpetuates Coworker Harassment is Sufficiently Related to the Workplace to Impose Liability on an Employer2012
Cyberspace LawyerThe Ninth Circuit Weighs In On The Application of FACTA to Emailed Receipts and Offers Drafting Tips for Forum Selection Clauses2012
Cyberspace LawyerSection 512(h) Subpoenas Are Limited to Current Infringing Activity2012
Cyberspace LawyerCDA Section 230 Provides Immunity to eBay for Tortious Conduct of Its Sellers2012
Cyberspace LawyerAutomated Domain Forwarding by GoDaddy Does Not Constitute Contributory Cybersquatting2012
Cyberspace Lawyer50-Year Harassment Restraining Order Upheld Against Scorned Lover Turned Angry Blogger2012
Cyberspace LawyerClickwrap, Browsewrap, and now Referencewrap?2012
Law CommentatorStarting a Business and Protecting Your Intellectual Property2012
Cyberspace LawyerWoW Users Are Only Licensees but Glider Users Are Not Copyright Infringers2011
Cyberspace LawyerCourt Denies Summary Judgment Motion from Marketing Company Sued for the Alleged Infringement of its Client’s Website2011
Cyberspace LawyerSDNY Gives Sellify a Lesson in Agency Law2011
Cyberspace LawyerTrademark Owner Loses Rights Through Naked Licensing2011
Cyberspace LawyerLess Spam on Facebook!2011
Cyberspace LawyerThe Direct Marketing Association is granted a preliminary injunction against Colorado’s new tax collection obligations imposed on out-of-state retailers2011
Cyberspace LawyerSoftech Denied Preliminary Injunction Due to Essential Step Defense2011
Cyberspace LawyerOnly the holder of an exclusive right has standing to bring a claim for copyright infringement2011
Cyberspace LawyerThe FTC is not required to show substantial injury that was not reasonably avoidable by consumers in a deception case2011
Cyberspace LawyerPrevious DMCA take-down notices do not shift the burden to a service provider to conduct a search for additional infringing content2011
Cyberspace LawyerA violation of your employer’s computer use policy can mean a violation of the CFAA2011
Cyberspace LawyerFun With Unilateral Contracts (Stebbins v. Wal-Mart Stores Arkansas)2011
Cyberspace LawyerDomain Registrar Found Liable for Improper Transfer of Domain Name2011
Cyberspace LawyerNCAA Student-Athlete Lawsuit Set to Proceed Following Grant of Electronic Arts’ Motion to Dismiss Certain Claims2011
Cyberspace LawyerThe Ninth Circuit Weighs In On The Application of FACTA to Emailed Receipts and Offers Drafting Tips for Forum Selection Clauses2011
Cyberspace LawyerPresence of Flash Cookies Insufficient Damage to Support Standing2011
IT Law WikiVarious articles2011
E-Commerce Law ReportClickwrap and Browse-Wrap FAQ2010
Cyberspace LawyerBlockowicz v. Williams2010
Cyberspace LawyerMissouri Court of Appeals Gives Guidance for the Enforcement of Browse-Wrap Agreements2010
Cyberspace LawyerProof of Participating in the Creation of Defamatory Statements is Required to Defeat Immunity Under the Communications Decency Act2010
Cyberspace LawyerDistrict Courrt Finds a Heightened Standard for Unmasking an Anonymous Non-Party Speaker2010
Cyberspace LawyerSales on Ebay Do Not Lead to Personal Jurisdiction in the Buyer's State2010
Cyberspace LawyerLanguage Education Website eVisa is Found to Dilute the Visa Trademark2010
Cyberspace LawyerNo Unauthorized Use of Name or Likeness Without a Showing of Produce or Service Promotion2010
Cyberspace LawyerAOL Denied Preliminary Injunction Against Allegedly Infringing Trademark Use Due to a Finding that its "" Mark is Generic2010
Cyberspace Lawyer9th Circuit Rules on Nominative Fair Use Defense as it Applies to Domain Names2010
Cyberspace LawyerService of Process by Email2010
Cyberspace LawyerSetting Up a MySpace Page for Someone Else (Other Than Your Cat) Could Lead to Criminal Liability2010
Cyberspace LawyerNo Claim for Data Breach Without Actual Harm2010
Superhero LawVarious articles2009
Cyberspace LawyerSection 230 Applies to Statements of Union Members on Union Website2009
Cyberspace LawyerDistrict Court Denies Blockbuster's Motion to Compel Arbitration Based on an Illusory Clause2009
E-Commerce Law ReportTaxation in Virtual Worlds2009
Cyberspace LawyerNew Jersey Blogger Denied Shield Law Protection and Liable for Damages Without Evidence of Actual Harm2009
Cyberspace Lawyer“Good Faith” is Too Soft, “Summary Judgment” is Too Hard, “Prima Facie” is Just Right2009
Cyberspace LawyerFirst Circuit Says Truth is a Defense to Defamation, but Only in Moderation2009
Cyberspace LawyerFourth Circuit Says Statutory Damages Under the Stored Communications Act Are Reserved for Those That Are Actually Damaged2009
Cyberspace LawyerCalifornia Violent Video Game Act Is Running Out of Extra Lives2009
Cyberspace LawyerReal Rights of Publicity Give Way to First Amendment Rights in a Fantasy Game2009
Cyberspace LawyerSingle Publication Rule Applies to Online Defamation2009
E-Commerce Law ReportGold Farming FAQ2009
Cyberspace LawyerWarrants for e-mail must meet the particularity requirement and affidavits must be attached to have any bearing on the legitimacy of the warrant2009
Cyberspace LawyerLying When Signing Up for Online Service Not a Crime2009
Cyberspace Lawyer9th Circuit Applies National Community Standards to Internet Speech2009
Cyberspace LawyerInternet "Trash Talk" Can Still be Defamatory2009
Cyberspace LawyerNo Receipt Required for the Seizure of E-Mail2009
Cyberspace LawyerImpeachment by Facebook Status Update?2009
E-Commerce Law ReportAtlantic Recording v. XM Satellite Radio2007
Cyberspace LawyerWikipedia is Not a Source Whose Accuracy Cannot Be Reasonably QuestionedN/A
Cyberspace LawyerYahoo Could Be Liable for an Unnecessary Promise to Remove Third-Party ContentN/A
Cyberspace LawyerStick to Twitter on your Office Computer and Stay Out of JailN/A
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Southwestern University School of LawN/AJuris Doctorate2008
University of California - San DiegoN/AUndergraduate2004
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
Los Angeles Story Expo 2013Entertainment Law Crash Course2013
Entertainment Law and Web 2.0Law Firm Marketing2013
Drafting and Negotiating Technology AgreementsOutsourcing Law2013
Blueprint: Law for CreativesIntellectual Property2013
Starting a business and protecting your intellectual propertyBusiness law and intellectual property2012
Mock Interview ProgramInterviews2012
Intellectual Property Law Society MeetingStarting an Intellectual Property Law Firm2012
Entertainment Law and Web 2.0Social Networking and the Law2012
Entertainment Law and Web 2.0Social Networking and the Law2011
Drafting and Negotiating Technology AgreementsContract Drafting and Negotiation2011
Entertainment Law and Web 2.0Social Networking and the Law2010
Drafting and Negotiating Technology Agreements - Southwestern Law School ClassContract Drafting and Negotiating2010
Oral and Written Appellate Argument GuidanceAppellate Arguments2007