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Douglas Pulitzer has expertise concentrated in technology, e-commerce, m-commerce, social media, privacy, information management and intellectual property law (collectively, “Expertise”). He represents a broad range of clients, from start-up entrepreneurs to multinational corporations.

Douglas has enjoyed a wide variety of legal experiences over his career that have provided him with a unique perspective and legal skill set, including work at a large Wall Street law firm, in-house experience at both a global financial services firm and a revolutionary beverage company, and the entrepreneurial endeavor of running his own law firm.

Douglas has extensive experience in structuring, drafting and negotiating a wide range of transactions in matters related to his areas of expertise which include: advising companies on issues of moving to a Web 2.0-based environment and implementing an ec-ommerce and
m-commerce infrastructure, social media issues, privacy and data security assessments, compliance and policies, including cross-border data transfers and the strategic collection and management of personal information assets. He is also highly experienced in CAN-SPAM, COPPA, HIPPA, HITECH, PCI DSS and GLB; creation and structuring of strategic alliances, joint ventures and other partnership arrangements; and agreements in a variety of areas, including: complex licensing and cross-licensing; design, development and distribution; service level; technology-related services; data center leases and co-location.
Douglas’ expertise also includes such matters as: procurement (government and commercial for both tangible and intangible items); outsourcing transactions, including help desk, planogram, category management, cloud computing, and software as a service; open source issues, marketing and co-branding agreements; publishing and collaboration agreements; and strategic intellectual property and information asset purchases, sales, use, transfer, management and protection.


  • J.D., Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law
  • B.A., New York University