John Di Giacomo is an experienced business, intellectual property, litigation, and Internet lawyer practicing in the areas of copyright, trademark, domain name disputes, e-money, e-payment systems, contracts, defamation, Internet law, Communications Decency Act §230 immunity issues, international commercial law, cybersquatting and domain name disputes, video game law, adult industry law, Uniform Electronic Transactions Act (UETA), E-Sign Act, shrinkwrap, browsewrap, and clickwrap issues, computer tort claims (e.g. trespass to chattels for unauthorized entry & spamming), and other intellectual property or business law related areas. John has litigated intellectual property, business, and commercial disputes in state and federal courts across the United States, including in front of courts of appeals and international arbitration bodies, such as the World Intellectual Property Organization, National Arbitration Forum, and the South African Institute of Intellectual Property Law. He has been published and interviewed concerning Internet Law, business law, and intellectual property issues by various media outlets, including Intellectual Property Magazine, Canadian Public Radio, and newspapers across the country. John lives in Traverse City, Michigan with his wife Brooke and dog Grimace. He is a board member of the Traverse City Downtown Development Authority, the Traverse City History Center, and a former board member of the Grand Traverse, Leelanau, and Antrim Bar Association. He is a member of the Independent Game Developers Association, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, and the Copyright Society of the USA. When not practicing law, John enjoys sailing, fly fishing, backpacking, and, of course, spending time with his wife.