Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP
Paul Arne advises clients in legal and business issues involving computer technology and the internet, with a special emphasis on complex transactions and difficult legal issues. His practice focuses on the law and business of technology, privacy, security and revenue recognition worldwide:
Paul speaks, writes and advises in legal areas where the application of the law to the newness of technology creates uncertainty. Recent publications and presentations involve:
While Section Chair, Paul guided the Technology Law Section of the State Bar of Georgia in further embracing privacy and security attorneys, resulting in its rebranding to the Privacy & Technology Section.
Paul founded and chairs the firm’s Open Source Practice.
Paul’s publications have appeared in Journal of Internet Law, The Computer & Internet Lawyer, Georgia State Bar Journal, numerous Practicing Law Institute books, and The SciTech Lawyer. His 1995 article “Old Wine in New Bottles: the Emerging Law of the Internet,” was cited in the 9th Circuit’s En Banc decision (concurring opinion) in Fair Housing Council v. Roommates.com.