My books expand on topics that have been pertinent to their experience as a lawyer, entrepreneur, blogger, and flash mob organizer. I strive to break down legal concepts so anyone can understand them.

Please enjoy all of my books.

The Legal Side of Blogging

The Legal Side of Blogging: How Not to get Sued, Fired, Arrested or Killed

Having a blog is awesome. Having the cops or Joe the Process Server show up on your doorstep is not. Bloggers put themselves at legal risk with each and every blog post. Yes, you have freedom of speech but that doesn’t mean you can’t get sued. In this book tells you how to stay out of legal hot water — with your boss, the cops, and the courts. Copyright, trademark, privacy, defamation… it’s all in there. And it’s written in an easy-to-understand style expressly for serious bloggers.

Flash Mob Law

Flash Mob Law: The Legal Side of Planning and Participating in Pillow Fights, No Pants Rides, and Other Shenanigans

Flash mobs are meant to be fun and solely for the entertainment of the participants and their unsuspecting audience, but the legal side of flash mobs must always be considered. This ground-breaking book is the first of its kind and discusses the legal side of flash mobs and presents the reader with everything they need to know about where the law stands on all the issues related to the planning and execution of a flash mob. 

Legal Side of Blogging for Lawyers

The Legal Side of Blogging for Lawyers

Written by a blogger for bloggers, this book addresses the full scope of legal issues that accompany blogging, including intellectual property, criminal law, employment law, professional conduct, and much more. It explains your rights as a blogger as well as discusses real-life examples of what can go wrong and offers advice about how to avoid the common legal pitfalls of blogging. When done properly, no lawyer should have any concerns about their blog conflicting with their ethical obligations.