Eric Menhart is an attorney specializing in intellectual property and information technology, based in Washington, D.C. The Founder of CyberLaw P.C., Eric Menhart has appeared in the U.S. District Courts for the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Massachusetts, as well as in the District of Columbia Court of Appeals and the state courts of Maryland. At CyberLaw P.C., Eric Menhart provides legal advice on ecommerce, online privacy issues, technology licensing, and entertainment law. Eric Menhart has represented clients in litigation over copyright infringement, spam or junk e-mail, fax marketing and telemarketing, spyware, and text message spam. Eric Menhart advises the victims of cybersquatting, typosquatting, domain name warehousing, domain grace period violations, and other URL related grey areas with respect to possible legal recourse. Examples of Eric Menhart’s litigation success include assisting in overturning a D.C. Superior Court ruling that stated that a private party could not bring an action under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA). Furthermore, Eric Menhart developed a licensing agreement for a prominent legal journal that wanted to sell publication rights to third parties, and Eric Menhart assisted a web-based, start-up company to register trademarks and ensure protection of its copyrights and intellectual property. Quoted in the press, Eric Menhart opines on intellectual property and information technology law The Baltimore Sun, USA Today, The Washington Post, CNN, the Associated Press, Fox News, and MSNBC. Eric Menhart is author of several scholarly articles on internet taxation and electronic privacy rights published in Class Action Reports and the Journal of State Taxation. A graduate of The George Washington University in Washington, D.C., Eric Menhart is a member of the American Bar Association, the District of Columbia Bar, and Maryland State Bar Association. In his spare time, Eric Menhart enjoys football, golf, and travel.