People ask a lot of interesting questions in the legal section of forums like DNForum, Namepros and DomainState, and some of the better known domain lawyers visit those forums and give good information. This is pretty generous, because a lawyer’s knowledge is generally his best asset, and if he’s giving the advice away for free, it’s beneficial to the domain community possibly at his business’ detriment.
Marc Randazza is a First Amendment attorney who is familiar with domain law. He is frequently one of the legal professionals who provides commentary and insight in response to questions posed on the popular domain forums. I was looking at one of his replies on DN Forum, and I saw that he referenced a post on his frequently updated website/blog, The Legal Satyricon.
Not only was the answer to the person’s question answered in Randazza’s blog post, but I saw quite a bit of valuable information on the site. Although the blog doesn’t solely focus on domain names (in fact, domain name law is just one of many topics), there is a wealth of valuable information on Randazza’s site.
I have never engaged Randazza for legal services before, but I appreciate all of the information he shares on his blog.