Mikki Barry’s experience with the Internet began in the days of the Arpanet, prior to its transformation and merger with other systems into today’s Internet. She has been involved with many of the major policy decisions that laid the foundation for the robust network we have today, and spoke out in attempts to change some of the policies that are not condusive to small business and individual users of the Internet.
Mikki Barry can also help you with domain name issues, including under ICANN’s Uniform Dispute Resolution Policy, claims under the Anti Cybersquatting Consumer Protection Act, or domain name hijacking or reverse domain name hijacking cases. As President of the Domain Name Rights Coalition, Mikki has unique experience in this field.
In depth knowledge of not only the “hows” but also the “whys” of Internet law and policies is what sets an attorney apart in the Internet and Cyberspace law fields. Never be afraid to ask about an attorney’s experience with not only using the Internet, but what they know of the policies and real world issues.
As always, feel free to contact the firm in whichever manner is most comfortable for you, if you have any questions.