People's Law Guide
by Stephen M. Feidelman, Esq.
Business data used to be recorded upon paper and filed in manila folders within a cabinet. Not anymore! Most businesses have taken advantage of the computer age to go "paperless". Without realizing it, many businesses have electronic data stored throughout their offices. The obvious places, desktop and notebook computers, aren't the only places data is electronically stored. In addition, data is also commonly stored on hand held PDAs and Blackberry® mobile units - even iPods®. Often, electronic messages (data) have been uploaded to a central server. Of course, they also came from someone else's server. Electronic records everywhere!
Stephen M. Feidelman maintains a general civil law practice in Hollywood, Florida, with a core concentration on franchise and dealership representation and allied business law issues. He has attained a Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review rating of AV®, which depicts that a lawyer is recognized for the highest levels of skill and integrity; has served on the Executive Council of The Florida Bar Business Law Section; chaired The Florida Bar's Antitrust, Franchise and Trade Regulation Law Committee; been a faculty participant in numerous seminars related to franchise and business opportunity legal issues; contributed to Florida Bar committee consumer education pamphlets and seminar course materials; and been a guest lecturer on franchise law issues at the H. Wayne Huizenga School of Business and Entrepreneurship, Nova Southeastern University.