B.S., B.A., University of Notre Dame; J.D., Duke. Professor Songer is a partner at White & Case LLP. He specializes in technology litigation, including copyright, trade secret, internet, and patent disputes. His internet law experience includes “cybersquatter” domain name infringement, “framing” violations, general copyright and trademark infringement, personal jurisdiction, evidence (use of Internet material), First Amendment free speech issues, class action procedures for preventative infringement program, “spam” email violations, and ISP liability. He counsels clients on security offerings, web site content agreements, web site development agreements, defamation liability, business method patents, online monitoring programs for copyright and trademark violations, multimedia contracts, offshore gambling sites, technology export programs, and the Digital Copyright Act. Professor Songer has lectured before various clients and industry representatives on trademark, copyright, privacy, cybersecurity, and internet law.