A WORD ABOUT MY PARTICIPATION ON AVVO I like avvo. I answer a lot of questions,... more
A WORD ABOUT MY PARTICIPATION ON AVVO I like avvo. I answer a lot of questions, although I do have a day job (I R a attorney). I, however, will not answer questions just to answer them; will not post "good answer" just to get points or get someone else to return the favor; and mostly I WILL NOT ENDORSE ANOTHER ATTORNEY IF I DON'T KNOW THEM OR THEIR PARTICIPATION ON AVVO. So if you are collect... view profile
An experienced attorney that is also a seasoned entrepreneur, Sean has been driving... more
An experienced attorney that is also a seasoned entrepreneur, Sean has been driving technology transactions for 20 years. Currently, Sean is President of thinkingVOICE, an ad network that delivers live, exclusive phone leads to advertisers (which include attorneys.) Go to www.thinkingvoice.com - learn why advertisers are moving from pay per click to pay per call. Sean also provides consultin... view profile
Communications and media law regulates the content of mass media broadcasts on radio, television, wire, satellite, cable, and wireless cable. It applies to traditional and new media, advertisers, online networks, film producers, artists, cable operators, satellite communications companies, Internet start-ups, website designers, blogs, and software developers and publishers. If you conduct business online, an attorney specializing in communications law can help ensure that you are in compliance with current broadcast policies and regulations for your industry.