Fred Wilf has been practicing intellectual property, technology and business law since 1985. In addition to representing individuals, he represents companies of all sizes, from startup to Fortune 100. He also serves as an arbitrator in technology and intellectual property disputes.
Fred also represents charities and non-profit organizations for licensing, intellectual property and organizational issues, including several that he represents on a pro bono publico basis.
Mr. Wilf speaks and writes extensively on topics involving technology and the law, including talks and seminars on Internet law, cloud computing, ecommerce, licensing and privacy. He taught a course on Cyberlaw as an adjunct professor at Rutgers Law School in Camden, New Jersey.
Industry Expertise (10)
Areas of Expertise (3)
Case Western Reserve University School of Law: Juris Doctor, Law 1985
Founder and President of the CWRU Computer/Law Forum.
Rutgers University: Bachelor of Arts, Accounting (minors in computer software and economics) 1982
Editor-in-Chief of the Campus Newspaper (Rutgers Gleaner). Editor-in-Chief of the Campus Yearbook (Mneme). Member of the ACM Computer Programming Team.
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Event Appearances (3)
Co-Course Planner and Moderator of "Internet Law Update"
Annual continuing legal education seminar 1997 to present Philadelphia, Pa. (Pennsylvania Bar Institute - Philadelphia Bar Association)
Co-Course Planner and Moderator of "Cloud Computing: Law, Risk and Opportunities"
Two-day continuing legal education seminar Philadelphia, Pa. (Law Seminars International)
Co-Course Planner and Moderator of "Technology Law Institute"
Two-day continuing legal education seminar conducted annually 2004-2009 Philadelphia, Pa. (Pennsylvania Bar Institute - Philadelphia Bar Association)
Sample Talks (3)
Intellectual Property Update
Update on recent issues in intellectual property, often with a focus on a particular industry.
ookBay! Legal Issues in Starting an Online Company
So, you want to start an online company? Here are the basic legal issues you should consider and keep in mind while turning your passion into your company. Clear overview of legal issues with recommendations for implementation with or without counsel.
The Law of the Cloud
Overview of legal issues in cloud computing, including contracts, intellectual property and privacy.
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