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					                               Eric J. Sinrod
                            Duane Morris LLP
                            Tel: 415-957-3019
                            Fax: 415-957-3001
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Eric J. Sinrod is a partner in the San Francisco office of Duane Morris LLP.
Mr. Sinrod's trial, appellate, and overall litigation practice, which includes
experience before the United States Supreme Court, has covered a number
of important Internet, technology, intellectual property, information,
communications, commercial, antitrust, eDiscovery, environmental, and
insurance coverage issues. He has represented domestic and international
clients in major class actions and where hundreds of millions of dollars have
been at stake. He also has handled numerous matters for smaller companies
and individuals. Mr. Sinrod recently was highlighted by an outside
publication as "the leading IP attorney in the land," and he has been
selected by his peers as one of the "Best Lawyers in America" in the area of
Cyber Law and repeatedly as a "Super Lawyer" for Business Litigation.

Mr. Sinrod's work has been profiled in The New York Times, The Wall Street
Journal, The Washington Post, USA Today, The Wall Street Reporter
Magazine, Fox News, The Supreme Court of the United States Blog, CFO
Magazine, National Law Journal, Cyber Esq. Magazine, Business Insurance
Magazine, The ABA Journal, The American Lawyer, The California Lawyer,
The Minnesota Star Tribune, Counsel to Counsel, Lawyers Weekly, Lawyers
USA, The Recorder, Security Management magazine, Compliance Week,
Investor Relations,, Business Credit magazine, The Village
Voice, The East Bay Business Times, ROBTV, Newsday, Creditline, SlashDot
and Japanese public television. Mondaq recently announced that one of Mr.
Sinrod's columns was the most popular article in the United States in the
month that it was published. Mr. Sinrod also writes weekly legal columns for
and and he is a regular guest speaker covering legal issues for
LAWCAST, the Legal Talk Network, Tech TV, KNX CBS Radio, Live Online
News and CNET Radio.

Legal Columns Published by Mr. Sinrod

Mr. Sinrod is an adjunct professor of law and has published many law review
and other journal articles. He is a frequent speaker on Internet, information
and communications issues. He is an advisor to the Cyberspace Law Seminar
at Hastings College of the Law and teaches an Information Law Seminar at
Golden Gate University School of Law. Mr. Sinrod is a member of the Board
of Directors for the Computer Law Association, the Editorial Board of the
Journal of Internet Law, the ABA Internet Industry Committee, the Board of
Advisors for the Start-Up and Emerging Companies Newsletter for American
Lawyer Media, the Advisory Board for the BNA Electronic Commerce & Law
Report, and the Executive Committee of the Law Practice Management &
Technology Section of the State Bar of California.

Mr. Sinrod was a judicial clerk for the Honorable Samuel Conti, Judge of the
United States District Court for the Northern District of California. He served
as lead trial attorney in a number of jury trials as a Special Deputy District
Attorney for the Marin County District Attorney's Office. Mr. Sinrod has been
an appellate and trial moot court judge at Boalt Hall and other law schools.

Mr. Sinrod is admitted to practice law in the United States Supreme Court, a
number of other federal courts and all California courts.

Representative Matters

          A. Antitrust

          •    American Express Travel Related Services Company, Inc. v. Visa
               USA, Inc. et al., Case No. 04-CV-08967 (SDNY): Lead counsel for
               Washington Mutual in massive antitrust case filed by American
               Express against Visa, MasterCard, and various banks with respect
               to network rules relating to issuance of credit cards; successful

          •    In re Insurance Antitrust Litigation, 723 F.Supp. 464 (N.D. Cal.
               1989), rev'd, 938 F.2d 919 (9th Cir. 1991), aff'd in part and rev'd in
               par sub nom, Hartford Fire Ins. Co. v. California, 113 S.Ct. 2891,
               125 L.Ed.2d 612 (1993): Represented foreign insurers in multi-
               district litigation initiated by dozens of state attorneys general and
               private parties who alleged global conspiracies with respect to the
               pricing and availability of liability insurance.

          B. Commercial Litigation

          •    Spielman and Yu Plaintiffs v. Ex'pression Center For New Media
               (Alameda Superior Court, 2008); Lead trial counsel for sound arts
               and digital visual media college in two-month jury trial involving
               allegations of fraud and various statutory violations; achieved
               complete trial victory, defeating all of plaintiffs' claims and
               recovering relief sought on cross-complaint.

          •    Gilmore Steel Corp. v. United States, 672 F.Supp. 1458 (CIT 1987),
               rev'd sub nom, Oregon Steel Mills, Inc. v. United States, 862 F.2d
               1541 (Fed. Cir. 1988): Represented domestic steel manufacturer in
               connection with alleged steel "dumping" by Japanese and Korean
               steel manufacturers.

          •    Cameron Financial v. Kay-Co Investments, Inc. (San Luis Obispo
               Superior Court, 2006); Lead counsel representing the defendant
               company in a hotly contested trade secrets dispute relating to
               company business practices and information; resolved case
               successful after prevailed on motions.

          •    Carematrix Creditor Litigation (2005-2006); Lead counsel
               representing national elder care management company in its efforts
               to recover substantial sums from the debtor in complex bankruptcy
               proceedings; achieved successful resolution for client.

          •    Felton Bank Class Action Cases (Three federal cases across the
               country, 2000-2002); Lead counsel representing bank in consumer
               debt alleged fraud class actions; resolved successfully.

          •    Pacific Guarantee Mortgage v. Pacific Capital Mortgage (Marin
               County Superior Court, 1998-1999); Lead counsel representing
               defendant company charged with trade secret misappropriate,
               employee raiding, and copyright infringements; achieved victory by
               defeating preliminary injunction motion.

          •    Bechtel Wind Turbine Litigation (Northern District of California,
               1987-1989); Represented defendant company charged with
               improper inspection of wind turbines; prevailed on summary

          •    In re Consolidated Capital Securities Litigation (Northern District of
               California, 1985-1987); Worked with team defending company in
               securities fraud litigation.

          •    In re Apple Securities Litigation (Northern District of California,
               1985-1986); Worked with team defending company in securities
               fraud litigation.

          C. Information Technology/Intellectual Property

          •    U.S. Dep't of State v. Ray, 112 S.Ct. 541(1991): Lead counsel who
               prepared briefing before the United States Supreme Court
               regarding critical information withheld under the Freedom of
               Information Act because of privacy concerns.

          •    Mayock v. INS, 714 F.Supp. 1558 (N.D. Cal. 1989), rev'd sub nom,
               Mayock v. Nelson, 938 F.2d 1006 (9th Cir. 1991), nationwide
               settlement, 43 Am. U.L. Re. 325, App. (1994) see also Mayock v.
               INS, 736 F.Supp. 1561 (N.D. Cal. 1990): As lead counsel, obtained
               nationwide declaratory and injunctive relief regarding the provision
               of government materials under the Freedom of Information Act,
               also secured the largest award of attorney's fees under the statute.

          •    French Connection Limited v. Frederique Taillefer, WIPO Arbitration
               and Mediation Center Administrative Panel Decision Re
     , Case No. D2005-0255, May 16,
               2005. As lead counsel, obtained order transferring a domain name.

          •    Highfields Capital Management, L.P. v. Doe, 385 F.Supp.2d 969,
               2005 WL 2065142, N.D. Cal., January 18, 2005. As lead counsel,
               obtained order protecting anonymous Internet free speech.

          •    French Connection Limited v. Daniel Bradley, WIPO Arbitration and
               Mediation Center Administrative Panel Decision Re
     , Case No. D2004-0742, November 22, 2004.
               As lead counsel, obtained order transferring a domain name.

          •    Begraft v. eBay (New Jersey state court, 2004); Lead counsel
               representing eBay in lawsuit that challenged online sale of ski resort
               and eBay's online policies; prevailed by motion and case was
               dismissed with prejudice.

          •    BSM, Inc. v. Mitek Systems, Inc. (AAA Arbitration, San Diego,
               2004-2005); Lead counsel representing defendant maker of
               character recognition software in dispute concerning source code
               and copyright infringement; achieved victory in extensive

          •    Hinshaw & Culberston (2006-2007): retained as expert in complex
               copyright litigation.

          •    Papazian v. Keynote Systems, Inc. (San Mateo Superior Court,
               2004-2005); Lead counsel representing plaintiffs in dispute
               involving acquisition of one Internet company by another and cross-
               allegations relating to trade secrets; resolved successfully at

          •    ERISCO v. CSRG (Central District of California, 2003); Lead counsel
               representing Perot Systems in major copyright infringement,
               antitrust and unfair competition case; effectively resolved case
               successfully at outset.

          •    Workmen's Auto Insurance v. SIS (Los Angeles Superior Court,
               2002); As lead counsel, secured successful settlement for plaintiff
               company in major software defect case.

          •    Fundamental Software, Inc. v. Fundamental Software, Inc.
               (Northern District of California, 2001); Lead counsel representing
               plaintiff middleware company in bet-the-farm trademark
               infringement action; successful resolution after obtaining results in
               legal proceedings.

          •    Abacus America, Inc. v. Alabanza Corporation (San Diego Superior
               Court, 2006); Represented company in major trade secrets,
               software dispute between Web hosting companies; successful

          •    Business Software Alliance v. Workmen's Auto Insurance Company
               (Los Angeles Superior Court, 2002-2003); Lead counsel
               representing defendant with respect to allegations of copyright
               infringement and software piracy; successful settlement.

          D. Environmental/Insurance Coverage

          •    Travelers Cas. and Sur. Co. v. Superior Court, 63 Cal. App. 4th
               1440 (1998): Successful amicus briefing on the pollution exclusion
               contained in general liability policies.

          •    Lockheed Insurance Coverage Litigation (Santa Clara Superior
               Court (1993-2000); Lead counsel for London insurers on numerous
               issues; victorious at trial in defeating $500 million in claims on
               Burbank contamination site.

          •    Modesto Irrigation District Pipeline Litigation (Eastern District of
               California, (2003-2006); Lead counsel representing defendant in
               case involving responsibility for a pipeline; achieved resolution after
               successful motion practice.

          •    TMX Interactive Mold Litigation (San Francisco Superior Court
               (2004-2006); Lead counsel representing defendant in toxic mold
               case; achieved successful resolution.

          •    Three Sisters Ranch Enterprises Environmental Litigation (Northern
               District of California, 2002-2004); Lead counsel for defendant
               purchaser of contaminated property; achieved complete victory by
               proving fraud on summary judgment that led to the rescission of
               the purchase contract from 15 years earlier and to client not having
               responsibility for ground and groundwater pollution cleanup.

          •    Chevron v. Kentucky Agricultural Energy Corporation (San Francisco
               Superior Court (1987-2000); Represented insurer with respect to
               claims made under performance guarantee policy as to a fuel
               ethanol plant; successful resolution.

Professional Activities

          •    Advisor, Hastings College of the Law, Cyberspace Law Seminar

          •    Adjunct Professor, Golden Gate University School of Law,
               Information Law Seminar

          •    Journal of Internet Law, Editorial Board Member

          •    American Bar Association
               - Internet Industry Committee

          •    BNA Electronic Commerce & Law, Advisory Board

          •    Start-Up and Emerging Companies Newsletter, American Lawyer
               Media, Board of Advisors

          •    The State Bar of California
               - Law Practice Management and Technology Section
               -- Executive Committee

          •    International Technology Law Association

          •    Association of Business Trial Attorneys

          •    The Bar Association of San Francisco

          •    California Trial Lawyers Association

          •    San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association

          •    Appellate and Moot Court Judge
               - University of California at Berkeley--Boalt Hall School of Law
               - Santa Clara University School of Law
               - Golden Gate University School of Law


          •    California

          •    U.S. Court of International Trade

          •    U.S. Supreme Court

          •    U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit

          •    U.S. District Courts of California


          •    University of Michigan Law School, J.D., cum laude, 1984
               Associate Editor, University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform

          •    Oberlin College, B.A., 1980
               Phi Beta Kappa
               Comfort Starr Scholarship Prize for Academic Excellence


          •    Duane Morris LLP
               - Partner, 2000-present

          •    Hancock Rothert & Bunshoft LLP, San Francisco, California
               - Partner, 1992-2000
               - Associate, 1987-1991

          •    Heller, Ehrman, White & McAuliffe, San Francisco, California
               - Associate, 1985-1987

          •    United States District Court for the Northern District of California
               - Judicial Clerk, Honorable Samuel M. Conti, 1984-1985

Board Memberships

          •    Editorial Board, Journal of Internet Law

          •    Advisory Board, Start-Up and Emerging Companies Newsletter,
               published by American Lawyer Media

          •    Advisory Board, BNA Electronic Commerce & Law Report

Honors and Awards

          •    Named a Super Lawyer for Business Litigation, 2006-2008

          •    Listed in The Best Lawyers in America for Cyberlaw, 2005-2006

          •    Mr. Sinrod's article, "Word to the Wise If You Quit In a Huff," was
               the most popular article in the United States on the Mondaq
               service, April 2006.

          •    Recipient, Internet Marketing Attorney Awards of 2003. Mr. Sinrod
               was referred to as "the leading IP attorney in the land."

Selected Publications

          •    Many hundreds of weekly Cyberlaw columns for CNET,
     , The Supreme Court of the United States Blog,
     , American Lawyer Media's,
               Computerworld and Upside, all of which are available at
      (1999 to present, 2008)

          •    "The Impact of Data Loss Prevention Communications Capture on
               E-discovery," contribution to publication by Pro-Tec Data, June

          •    New Scientist: Book Review - The Second Life Herald, 2007.

          •    "Don't Forget Your Umbrella" - Quoted In Book By Ari Kaplan, 2007.

          •    "Promise of EFOIA Still Unfulfilled Ten Years Later," 33:7 Access
               Reports 3, 2007

          •    "Attention Trademark Owners: Take a Hit!",
               November 2006

          •    "Workplace Worries: Blogging, IMing, iPods and Camera Phones -
               Oh My! Business Credit, October 2006

          •    "Creative Commons - An Answer to the Copyright Debate?"
     , September 2006

          •    "How We Almost Lost Our BlackBerries," For The Defense, June

          •    "Computer Fraud and Abuse Act Protects Employers," Human
               Resource Ideas & Trends; Human Resource Executive, May 2006.

          •    "Word to the Wise If You Quit In a Huff," Mondaq, April 2006 (most
               popular article in the United States that month).

          •    " Domain Name Ordered Transferred to French
               Connection," 1 Journal of Internet Law 1 (2005).

          •    "The Legal Implications of Disappearing E-Mail," 7:9 Journal of
               Internet Law 23 (2004).

          •    "Internet Forms and Commentary: A Practitioner's Guide to E-
               Commerce Contracts and the World Wide Web," a Chapter on
               Metatag License Contracts, ABA Section of Business Law,
               Committee on Law in Cyberspace, Information Infrastructure
               Subcommittee, and Internet Industry Committee (2002).

          •    "The Future of Internet Privacy," 4:9 Journal of Internet Law 22

          •    "Cyber-Crimes: A Practical Approach to the Application of Federal
               Computer Crime Laws," 16 Computer & High Technology Law
               Journal 177 (2000).

          •    Chapter author for the book, "Internet Law and Business
               Handbook," Ladera Press, (2000).

          •    "Hacking Your Way to Hard Time: "Application of Computer Crime
               Laws to Specific Types of Hacking Attacks," Journal of Internet Law
               1 (2000).

          •    "The Evolving Role of Trademark in Cyberspace," 3:10 Journal of
               Internet Law 5 (2000).

          •    "The Eye of the High Tech Storm: The Law of E-Mail," 3:8 and 3:9
               Journal of Internet Law 1 (2000).

          •    "Commercial Use of E-Mail and Potential Pitfalls of Anti-Spam
               Laws," VIBES (2000).

          •    "Controlling Chaos: The Emerging Law of Privacy and Speech in
               Cyberspace," 1999 Stanford Technology Law Review 1

          •    "First Steps in Formulating Net Tax Policy," 3:2 Journal of Internet
               Law 13 (1999).

          •    "The New Wave of Speech and Privacy Developments in
               Cyberspace," 21:3 Hastings Communications and Entertainment
               Law Journal 5831 (1999).

          •    "Keeping the E-Commerce Taxman at Bay: The Internet Tax
               Freedom Act," Spring 1999 Report of the ABA Industry Internet

          •    "Internet Privacy: Is Someone Invading Your Cyberspace?" 14:1
               Computer Law Association Bulletin (1999).

          •    "Net Tax," Daily Journal, California Business Law Adviser, March 15,
               1999, p. 18.

          •    "Sweet Land of E-Liberty: The Internet Tax Freedom Act," 2:7
               Journal of Internet Law (1999).

          •    "Cyberspeech: Censorship, 'Spam,' and Defamation," presented at
               the 28th Annual Computer Law Association Conference
               (Washington, D.C., April 1999).

          •    "Filtering Out Internet Facts," Daily Journal Cyber Esq. (Winter

          •    "Internet Speech: Putting the Genie Back in the Bottle," 2:4 Journal
               of Internet Law 1 (1998).

          •    "Privacy Lost in the Brave New Web?" 2:3 Journal of Internet Law 1

          •    "Policing Web Sites," 25:1 Privacy Journal 3 (1998).

          •    "Privacy Lost in the Brave New Web?" 24:20 Access Reports 8

          •    "Improving Access to Government Information in an Era of
               Budgetary Constraints," 27 Urban Lawyer 105 (1995).

          •    "Freedom of Information Act Disclosure Deadlines: Bridging the Gap
               Between Legislative Intent and Economic Reality," 43 American
               University Law Review 325 (1994).

          •    "Specific Recommendations for Improving Media Access to
               Government Information," 15 Journal of Media Law and Practice 79

          •    "Proposals for Expediting Access to Government Communications
               and Information," 12:3 Communications Lawyer 6 (1994).

          •    "Applying the Freedom of Information Act in the Immigration
               Context," 94-12 Immigration Briefing 1 (1994).

          •    "Reconciling Congressional Intent with Budgetary Constraints Re
               FOIA Response Deadlines," 20:8 Access Reports 3 (1994).

          •    "It's High Time We Had a FOIA That Works," 17:1 The National Law
               Journal (9/5/94).

          •    "Blocking Access to Government Information Under the New
               Personal Privacy Rule," 24 Seton Hall Law Review 214 (1993).

          •    "Expediting Access to Government Information Relative to
               Immigration Proceedings," 71 Interpreter Releases 669 (1993).

          •    "Emerging Judicial Precedent Threatens Media Access to
               Government Information," 21:1 Media Law Notes 15 (1993).

          •    Arguing for Derivative Use," 19:22 Access Reports 5 (1993).

Selected Speaking Engagements

          •    Regular Guest Speaker for Coast to Coast program on the Legal
               Talk Network,

          •    Regular Guest Speaker Covering Internet Legal Issues for Live
               Online News,

          •    Regular Guest Speaker Addressing Cyberlaw Matters for CNET
               Radio; 910 AM,

          •    Regular Guest Speaker for LAWCAST;

          •    Featured Speaker on ROBTV,

          •    "Internet Highway Robbery: Protect Your Domain, Trademarks and
               Copyrights From Cyberthieves," Career College Association
               Convention, Las Vegas, June 2008.

          •    Moderator and Speaker, Online Privacy, Fifth Annual E-Commerce
               Best Practices Conference, Palo Alto, California, June 2008

          •    Featured Speaker and Moderator, Behavioral Advertising,
               Association of Corporate Counsel, Palo Alto and San Francisco,
               California, May 2008

          •    E-Discovery and E-FOIA, Featured Spearker, Department of Energy
               And Contractor Attorneys Association 2008 Conference, Stanford
               University, Palo Alto, May 2008

          •    "Intellectual Property Infringement Issues," Dutch Business
               Roundtable, San Francisco, May 2008.

          •    "Living with E-Discovery Amendments," presentation with Guidance
               Software, San Francisco, California, September 2007

          •    "Royalty Agreements and Audits," San Francisco Chapter, Litigation
               Interest Group, San Francisco, California, June 2007

          •    Moderator and Speaker, "Law in Virtual Worlds," Fourth Annual E-
               Commerce Best Practices Conference, Palo Alto, California, June

          •    Featured Speaker, "Trespass - An Ancient Legal Doctrine Gains
               Traction in Cyberspace," Association of Corporate Counsel, Palo Alto
               and San Francisco, California, April 2007

          •    Moderator and Speaker, "Trademark Protection in Cyberspace,"
               Annual Conference of the Association of Corporate Counsel, San
               Francisco Bay Area Chapter, San Francisco, California, March 2007

          •    Featured speaker, "Cyberspace Law," SFPA, San Francisco,
               California, February 2007

          •    "Digital Rights Management" (video presentation), CNET's
               Computer Electronics Show (CES) - "The Next Big Thing," Las
               Vegas, Nevada, January 2007

          •    Featured Speaker, "Grappling with High-Tech Employee Activities,"
               Association of Corporate Counsel, Palo Alto and San Francisco,
               California, September 2006

          •    Moderator and Speaker, Online Employee Activities Panel, Stanford
               Ecommerce Best Practices Annual Conference; Palo Alto, June

          •    The Give And Take of the Digital Age; Association of Corporate
               Counsel; San Francisco Bay Area Chapter, Annual Conference; San
               Francisco, March 2006.

          •    Featured speaker, Topic: Electronic Litigation Risk Management
               Issues, annual meeting of the Association of Corporate Counsel,
               San Francisco Bay Area Chapter, San Francisco, California, March
               23, 2006

          •    Managing Online Legal Exposure; Presentation to Cisco Legal
               Department; February 2006.

          •    Avoiding Legal Landmines in Cyberspace, Association of Corporate
               Counsel; Palo Alto and San Francisco, August 2005.

          •    Moderator, Emerging Areas of Risk Panel, Stanford Ecommerce Best
               Practices Annual Conference; Palo Alto, June 2005.

          •    High Tech Resolution and Victory, Internet Law Section of the
               Barristers Club of San Francisco; May 2005.

          •    Insurance Coverage Relating to Remediation, Association for
               Environmental Health and Sciences; San Diego; March 2005.

          •    Update on eCommerce Law, Silicon Valley Association of General
               Counsel Annual Meeting; Santa Clara, December 2004.

          •    Steering Clear of Internet Risks and Liabilities, World Congress
               Conference of the Computer Law Association; Amsterdam,
               November 2004

          •    Responsible Information Management, Privacy & Information
               Security, Ponemon Institute; Tucson, September-October 2004

          •    Online Security, Stanford E-Commerce Best Practices Project: Best
               Practices in Marketing Software and Other Content to the World
               Over the Internet; Palo Alto, June 2004

          •    The Growing Onslaught of High-Tech Disputes: Recommendations
               for Resolution and Victory, Association of Corporate Counsel; Palo
               Alto and San Francisco, May 2004

          •    Outsourcing in Financial Services, American Conference Institute;
               Las Vegas, March 2004.

          •    Rescission of Contracts to Escape Liability, Association for
               Environmental Health and Sciences; March 2004.

          •    Judge, Companies in United States With Best Privacy Practices;
               Ponemon Institute and TRUSTe; 2004.

          •    Self-Regulation Versus Government Intervention in IT Security,
               Sanctum, Inc.; Webcast, December 2003.

          •    High-Tech Perils, American Corporate Counsel Association; Palo Alto
               and San Francisco, October 2003.

          •    Litigation in the Tech World, Scandinavian Delegation; San
               Francisco, July 2003.

          •    High-Tech Privacy Developments, European Legal and Business
               Delegation; San Francisco, March 2003.

          •    Access to Business and Government Electronic Information; Annual
               Conference of American Association of Access Professionals; San
               Francisco, March 2003.

          •    Internet and Intellectual Property Legal Roundup, Digital Media in
               Business Program; San Francisco, March 2003.

          •    Legal Perils for the Telecommunications Industry, California
               Telephone Association Annual Summit; Monterey, February 2003.

          •    Risks & Liabilities in Cyberspace, Insurance Society of Philadelphia;
               Philadelphia, February 2003.

          •    Liabilities in Cyberspace, Digital Media in Business Program; San
               Francisco, October 2002.

          •    Online Risks and Liabilities, Professional Lawyers Retreat; Miami,
               October 2002.

          •    Information Technology Litigation: Representing Your Client in
               Software Performance & System Failure Claims, sponsored by the
               Practicing Law Institute; San Francisco/New York, May 2002.

          •    E-Business Legal Risks, North America Conference on Computer
               Audit, Control and Security, sponsored by the Information Systems
               Audit and Control Association; San Francisco, May 2002.

          •    California Lawyer magazine Privacy Roundtable; San Francisco,
               April 2002.

          •    The Law of the Internet: Intellectual Property Issues in Cyberspace,
               sponsored by the National Business Institute; San Francisco,
               December 2001.

          •    Cyber Privacy Conference, Bar Association of San Francisco
               Corporate Counsel Program; San Francisco, July 2001.

          •    Fast-Breaking Internet Legal Developments, Digital Media in
               Business Program; San Francisco, July 2001.

          •    Executive Briefing on Recent Cutting-Edge Employment Issues; San
               Francisco, June 2001.

          • Commercial Email Conference; San Francisco, May

          •    Online Insurance Coverage Seminar, American Lawyer Media's
     ; World Wide Web, May 2001.

          •    Email Abuse and the Law, Mailwall Summit, Organized by
               Brightmail; San Francisco, June 2001.

          •    Web Site Hosting Agreements, Cyberspace Camp Program of the
               Computer Law Association; San Jose, March 2001.

          •    Internet Privacy Issues, presentation for Charles Schwab & Co.,
               Inc.; San Francisco, January 2001.

          •    Recent Legal Trends in Cyberspace, Digital Media in Business
               Program; San Francisco, December 2000.

          •    Online Commercial Legal Issues, Direct Response E-Mail Marketing
               Strategies National Conference; New York City, October 2000.

          •    Computer Crime Laws, EPRI Enterprise Infrastructure Security Legal
               Workshop, San Francisco; October 2000.

          •    Avoiding Legal Pitfalls in Global E-Commerce, San Francisco
               Chamber of Commerce; San Francisco, October 2000.

          •    Ethical Issues in Cyberspace, American Bar Association; San
               Francisco, October 2000.

          •    Piracy and Privacy in the High-Tech Workplace, Sponsored by
               Duane, Morris & Heckscher LLP; San Francisco and Palo Alto,
               September 2000.

          •    Cybercrime and the Federal Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, Def
               Con 8; Las Vegas, July 2000.

          •    Current Cyberspace Legal Developments, Digital Media in Business
               Program; San Francisco, July 2000.

          •    Internet Privacy Presentation for The American Corporate Counsel
               Association, Northern California Chapter; Palo Alto and San
               Francisco, May 2000.

          •    Overview of Legal Developments and Practical Strategies Regarding
               Privacy and Speech on the Internet at the Direct Response E-Mail
               Marketing Strategies 2000 Conference, sponsored by the
               International Quality & Productivity Center; San Francisco, May

          •    Fast-Breaking Legal Issues in E-Business, Intranet Presentation for
               AON; Los Angeles, May 2000.

          •    Recent Legal Trends in Cyberspace, Digital Media in Business
               Program; San Francisco, May 2000.

          •    Computers, Freedom & Privacy 2000: Challenging the Assumptions;
               "Privacy Policies: Public Protection or License to Snoop?"; Toronto,
               April 2000.

          •    Moderator of Cybercrime Symposium, sponsored by Duane, Morris
               & Heckscher LLP, PriceWaterhouseCoopers and Upside Media; San
               Francisco, March 2000.

          •    "Privacy in the New Millennium: A Practical Exploration of the
               Internet and its Impact on Privacy," sponsored by Santa Clara
               University Computer and High Technology Law Journal; Santa
               Clara, February 2000.

          •    The Law of the Internet, sponsored by the National Business
               Institute; San Francisco, February 2000.

          •    Risk and Insurance Managers Society, Marsh USA Risk & Insurance
               Services, "The Internet: Business Opportunity/Liability Nightmare";
               San Francisco, January 2000.

          •    Digital Impact Corporate Seminar for Web Retailing on Recent
               Legislative Developments; San Francisco, October 1999.

          •    The American Corporate Counsel Association, Southern California
               Chapter Annual Conference on "Technology Issues for the New
               Millennium;" Los Angeles, October 1999.

          •    Direct Response E-Mail Marketing Strategies, sponsored by
               International Quality & Productivity Center; San Francisco, August

          •    The Twenty-Eighth Computer Law Association Annual Meeting and
               World Computer Law Congress, "Practical Strategies for the
               Changing Information Technology Market," sponsored by The
               Computer Law Association in cooperation with The Federal
               Communications Bar Association; Washington, D.C., April 1999.

          •    The Eleventh Annual Computer Law Symposium, "Enabling
               Electronic Commerce, Trademark, Privacy and Internet Business,"
               sponsored by Hewlett Packard and presented by the Hastings
               Communications and Entertainment Law Journal; San Francisco,
               February 1999.


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