Zack Levine is admitted to practice law in all California state courts, the United States District Court for the Central District of California, and the United States District Court for the District of Colorado. He has a strong legal background in licensing agreements, intellectual property, domain disputes, e-commerce, and gaming. Mr. Levine is the author of the "Litigation" and "Cloud Law" columns for the monthly newsletters E-Commerce Law Report and Cyberspace Lawyer and is a contributing author to Scott on Multimedia Law, Scott on Information Technology Law, the IT Law Wiki, FindLaw, and Superhero Law, as well as the former author of the "FAQ" column in the E-Commerce Law Report.
Mr. Levine attended Southwestern Law School as well as the University of California San Diego. Through the Moot Court Honors program at Southwestern he participated in the John Marshall Information Technology and Privacy competition where he was the 2nd Place Oralist.
Adjunct Professor of Law, Southwestern Law School -- Video Game Law; Live Entertainment Law
Uploading Content to a Server for Streaming Does Not Violate a License for Public Performance, Cyberspace Lawyer, November 2011, Volume 16, Issue 10.
State Governments See eTaxes as a Potential Silver Lining to Cloud Services, Cyberspace Lawyer, October 2011, Volume 13, Issue 10.
There is No Reasonable Expectation of Privacy In Your IP Address - or - Why You Shouldn't Steal Your Neighbor's WiFi, Cyberspace Lawyer, August 2011, Volume 16, Issue 7.
Taxation in Virtual Worlds, e-Commerce Law Report, March 2009, Volume 11, Issue 3.
Glendale Bar Association, Beverly Hills Bar Association, Glendale Chamber of Commerce, Assoication of Media and Entertainment Counsel.