Digital Information Law, a service provided by attorney Gretchen McCord, was established in spring 2010, in response to a growing need in many industries for guidance, training, and education on legal issues related to evolving information content technology and new media. Digital Information Law provides cutting-edge educational materials for professionals working in the world of modern information, from business owners to educators to authors and artists.
Digital Information Law provides live workshops, downloadable workshops, e-books, customized training in all formats, and more, in the areas of copyright, licensing, privacy, social media law, and related areas. See the Digital Information Law Learning Store for current offerings.
In 2014, Digital Information Law acquired and began publishing the widely-respected quarterly journal Copyright & New Media Law, originally established in 1997. Copyright & New Media Law explains in plain English, for both lawyers and non-lawyers, complex legal issues such as copyright, licensing, privacy, and more, as they relate to digital and online information and developing media. Each issue provides explanations and analyses of current issues by leading experts, addressing U.S., Canadian, and international law.