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Dr. Schaller Praise for Mr. Rivera, J.D., M.B.A., E.I.T, Top Internet Defamation Lawyer

Mr. Rivera is a superior, very thoughtful and brilliant lawyer. He is a lawyer’s lawyer. Reading his materials shows you are not dealing with just another Internet lawyer, but the cream of the crop. If a character disordered person or other entity is causing you to need someone who offers superior intellect and specific detailed knowledge, this man is a fine choice to protect your fair interests.

If you ask around, do not be surprised to hear his name repeatedly come up, as the top choice for your Internet legal needs.

When the Department of Defense needed a technical and management expert to lead one its most important projects during a critical time in the history of the United States, Domingo J. Rivera received the call.

Hardly a surprise to many people.


Domingo J. Rivera, M.B.A., E.I.T., Esq., Internet Law Specialist and Internet Defamation Lawyer

Domingo J. Rivera, Internet Lawyer, earned a BS in Computer Engineering, an MBA with a specialty in Information Technology Management, and a Doctorate of Jurisprudence. Domingo J. Rivera is also a registered Electrical Engineering E.I.T. in the State of Florida.

Prior to attending law school, he was a US Navy Engineering Officer, and was lead engineer for the Homeland Security Headquarters located in Norfolk, Virginia. In that capacity, Mr. Rivera held a Department of Defense Top Secret Clearance with NATO access.

Domingo J. Rivera has over ten years of software programming and development. His technical abilities are exceptional, with advanced knowledge of most popular computer programming languages including C++, PHP, ASP, CGI, Pascal, Java, Assembly Language, Visual Basic, HTML and XML.

As a true technical expert who held a Top Secret Clearance with Nato Access, Domingo J. Rivera, Internet Lawyer, has been involved with technology and Internet processes that other Internet Lawyers and technologists do not even know exist. Often, your opposing party will bring in a college professor with a Ph.D. in Computer Science or Engineering as an expert witness. When your Internet business is on the line, who will you count on to cross examine this expert? Will you count on the Computer Engineer who has been in the forefront of the development of Internet technology, or on a non-technical expert who goes by the title of “Internet Lawyer” or Online Defamation Attorney?

Domingo J. Rivera, Internet Lawyer, is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, the Virginia State Bar, the American Bar Association, and the Virginia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. He is also fluent in the Spanish language.

When the Department of Defense needed a technical and management expert to lead one its most important projects during a critical time in the history of the United States, Domingo J. Rivera received the call. As your Internet Lawyer, Domingo J. Rivera will apply the same high standards to assist you with your Internet Law case. You should expect no less from your Internet Lawyer and Cyber Defamation Attorney.

When you need your online reputation protected from Internet defamation, an Internet Defamation Lawyer, Cyber defamation attorney, Internet Libel Lawyer, and Cyber slander attorney from our firm is an expert in Internet defamation law.


Some Small Internet Law Educational Excerpts

The CDA, cyber-racketeers, the DMCA, and changes to Section 230 by Domingo Rivera

It has been quite a while since my previous post. I have been extremely busy assisting my clients with Internet legal matters. Internet defamation continues to affect the reputation of businesses and professionals as former customers, patients, and others who know that they do not have valid legal claims assert their false and frivolous complaints in blogs, forums and smear sites. Even competitors are now posing as unsatisfied consumers in order to post false and ...<< MORE >>
Posted by Cyber Lawyer at 11/26/2008 11:35 AM

Cease and Desist Letters: Balancing the Punishment for Bad Faith Against the Punishment for Bad Letters

There is no doubt that cease and desist letters serve a very important purpose in the litigation process, particularly in legal matters related to the Internet. Many causes of action have bad faith as either an essential element or a factor that increases damages. A party’s refusal to correct its acts after receiving a legitimate cease and desist notice can be interpreted as a sign of bad faith. Although a recipient of a cease and desist notice has every right to decline pre-litigation requests without adverse consequences, he must do so in good faith. Good faith means a ...<< MORE >>
Posted by Cyber Lawyer at 6/13/2008 11:34 PM

Internet Bloggers Beware: Ohio Court Lands Another Blow Against Those Engaging in Internet Defamation

I recently commented on the impact of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals’ decision limiting the protections afforded to service providers under the Communications Decency Act. In that case, the court refused to provide immunity to website owners who encourage unlawful or defamatory statements. Less than a month later, the Ohio Court of Appeals also refused to protect the “interests” of bloggers and others who engage in online defamatory statements. The Ninth Circuit’s message was that if you encourage unlawful conduct, the CDA will not provide you with unwarranted solace. The Ohio Court ... << MORE >>
Posted by Cyber Lawyer at 5/1/2008 2:06 AM

Internet Defamation Law - Website owners and bloggers beware - The latest interpretation of Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act

As a general rule, we encourage many of our clients who own or operate websites or blogs and who want to be somewhat protected from Internet defamation claims to not encourage others to post comments. We also explain to our clients the impact of Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit has validated our general recommendation for a cautious approach ...

Website operators and web log (blog) owners beware - If you encourage illegal content or design your website to require users to input illegal content, you may not be ...<< MORE >>
Posted by Cyber Lawyer at 4/4/2008 9:28 PM

Internet Copyright Infringement — Courts Weigh-In

We frequently handle Internet copyright infringement issues. These issues present themselves in many forms. Some examples include: Internet copyright infringement resulting from copied website contents, Internet copyright infringement claims against ISP resulting from copied website photographs, Internet copyright infringement claims against Internet search engine from displaying copyright images as thumbnails with the indexed results, and Internet copyright infringement claim against search engine and online retailer resulting from the use of copyrighted images as thumbnails.

Internet copyright infringement decisions are far from uniform. Quite to the contrary, Internet law is one of the least predictable areas of law. However, the decisions of ...<< MORE >>
Posted by Cyber Lawyer at 3/10/2008 2:57 PM

Our Interview With the BBC

Last Friday, I had the pleasure of being invited for an interview with reporter Alex Ritson from the BBC. I appeared on his satellite radio broadcast where we discussed issues related to Internet Defamation, the Communications Decency Act immunity, the differences between a service provider and a content provider, the Wikileaks case, and related Internet Law matters. ...<< MORE >>
Posted by Cyber Lawyer at 3/3/2008 11:19 PM

Peer to Peer (P2P) software is great!... until the SWAT team arrives

Many people install file sharing, peer-to-peer (P2P) software in their computers. The concept sounds promising, having open collaboration and open sharing of files and information between Internet users throughout the world. Unfortunately, that is not the way it usually ends.

P2P software frequently becomes a tool for copyright infringement, computer hacking, child pornography, and similar actionable conduct. Often, this conduct results in civil and/or criminal prosecution. Now, we are not discussing whether P2P software is itself a problem. There is plenty of case law discussing whether the software can be used for non-infringing uses and whether infringement is the primary ...<< MORE >>
Posted by Cyber Lawyer at 1/25/2008 11:59 AM


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