Colette Vogele practices intellectual property law specializing in technology and new media. She heads Vogele & Associates where she represents bloggers, podcasters, and web 2.0 interactive companies addressing contract and licensing issues, copyright, fair use, privacy, reputation and security, trademark and brand management, litigation, and government regulations.
Vogele speaks and writes regularly on issues related to intellectual property and the Internet. She holds a non-residential fellowship at Stanford’s Center for Internet & Society (cyberlaw.stanford.edu) and has been featured on numerous on-line programs including the New York Times Tech Talk, CNET Real Deal, CNET Live, and This Week In Law. Her published works include the Podcasting Legal Guide (2006) (with Creative Commons and Harvard’s Berkman Center), an audio podcast Rules for the Revolution; an article Podcasting for Corporations and Universities: Look Before You Leap (with E. Townsend Gard; Oct. 2006 in the Journal of Internet Law/Aspen Publishers); and contributing authorship in The Business Podcasting Book—Launching, Marketing and Measuring Your Podcast (Focal Press/Elsevier, Inc.). She is an Editorial Advisory Board member of the Journal for Internet Law, the California Lawyer magazine, and The Conversations Network, and a Board member of INFORUM, a division of the Commonwealth Club of California.
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