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PAUL GOODMAN

 

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pgoodman@cshzlaw.com

 

Paul Goodman, of counsel to the firm, has been actively engaged in the practice of computer law for many years, and now concentrates on the representation of Internet and new media clients with respect to both corporate and product level matters.
At the corporate level, Mr. Goodman has represented many clients involved in the merger and acquisition of Web design and services companies, as well as venture capital transactions within the Internet industry. His experience includes reverse mergers of operating companies into publicly-traded shells and is involved in the formation of shell companies. He is currently SEC counsel to two publicly-traded companies and handles all aspects of their ’33 and ’34 Act compliance. His client base includes two of the largest Web services and development companies in New York City, a major Macintosh software utilities publisher, a Web-based distance learning company, a Web-based video rental company, and various other concerns in the software, consulting, Web and computer reselling businesses. He is a member of the Board of Directors of Aladdin Systems Holding, Inc. (OTCBB:ALHI).
At the product transaction level, Mr. Goodman has represented clients in a wide range of transactions including software publishing, technology licensing, software development and distribution arrangements, software and hardware maintenance agreements, trademarks, software patents and copyrights, foreign localization and OEM licensing, Web site development ventures, purchase and sale of Web sites, advertising arrangements and purchase and sale of domain names. Typical clients include software publishing companies, Web site development companies, computer resellers and consulting firms.
Mr. Goodman received a Juris Doctor degree from the City University of New York and received a Bachelors and Masters Degree in Computer Science from Queens College. He was formerly a faculty member of the Queens College Computer Science Department and is the author of five books on programming.
Mr. Goodman is admitted to practice law in the State of New York.

 

PAUL GOODMAN

 

EXT. 221
pgoodman@cshzlaw.com

 

Paul Goodman, of counsel to the firm, has been actively engaged in the practice of computer law for many years, and now concentrates on the representation of Internet and new media clients with respect to both corporate and product level matters.
At the corporate level, Mr. Goodman has represented many clients involved in the merger and acquisition of Web design and services companies, as well as venture capital transactions within the Internet industry. His experience includes reverse mergers of operating companies into publicly-traded shells and is involved in the formation of shell companies. He is currently SEC counsel to two publicly-traded companies and handles all aspects of their ’33 and ’34 Act compliance. His client base includes two of the largest Web services and development companies in New York City, a major Macintosh software utilities publisher, a Web-based distance learning company, a Web-based video rental company, and various other concerns in the software, consulting, Web and computer reselling businesses. He is a member of the Board of Directors of Aladdin Systems Holding, Inc. (OTCBB:ALHI).
At the product transaction level, Mr. Goodman has represented clients in a wide range of transactions including software publishing, technology licensing, software development and distribution arrangements, software and hardware maintenance agreements, trademarks, software patents and copyrights, foreign localization and OEM licensing, Web site development ventures, purchase and sale of Web sites, advertising arrangements and purchase and sale of domain names. Typical clients include software publishing companies, Web site development companies, computer resellers and consulting firms.
Mr. Goodman received a Juris Doctor degree from the City University of New York and received a Bachelors and Masters Degree in Computer Science from Queens College. He was formerly a faculty member of the Queens College Computer Science Department and is the author of five books on programming.
Mr. Goodman is admitted to practice law in the State of New York.