Welcome. My name is Richard Comenzo. I am an attorney specializing in Internet Law. My office is located in
Brookline, Massachusetts. Please feel free to call my office if you have any questions regarding the Federal or
Massachusetts laws applicable to the Internet.
If you have been accused of an Internet Crime and either want to appeal your conviction or have yet to have a trial, contact me.
Below are some of my credentials. My legal expertise concerns Internet Law, Immigration Law, Copyrights and Trademarks, Computer Law, and Criminal Law.
I am an attorney with over eighteen (18) years of experience in the computer industry.
I possess ten (10) years as a practicing attorney.
I have nine (9) years of Internet technical and legal experience.
I speak both Russian and German.
I have been an expert witness concerning the issue of Electronic Discovery and other Internet related issues (e-mails; ghost imaging; reliability of evidence).
I obtained one of the first trademarks for a Massachusetts Internet company in 1996.
I have incorporated many Internet Companies and counsel them as to their legal rights concerning trademark or copyright infringements.
I have a B.S. from Georgetown University in Russian/Linguistics, a Master’s of Education from American University,
a CAGS from Boston University in Computer Science together with my law degree.
My technical expertise is in database design using ORACLE, MSSQL and NOTES.
I am proficient in Visual C++, SQL, and Visual Basic.
This web site is a resource for the growing field of Internet Law. I will post important decisions by the US Supreme Court,
Massachusetts Courts, and First Circuit Court which may affect the constitutional rights of Internet users accused by the government of criminal behavior.
By sending me an e-mail request, I will be pleased to provide any services or information which I may have to help lawyers understand
the Internet or potential clients understand their rights.
Please understand that the information referenced above is provided only as general information which may or may not reflect the most
current legal developments, thus the information is not provided in the course of an attorney-client relationship and is not intended to
constitute legal advice until and if an attorney-client relationship is established with my firm.