Stanley H. Kremen, CDP has worked with computers and data processing since 1958. Formerly, he was vice-president and director of technical operations of Interactive Computer Systems, Inc. and manager of the Mini-Computer Business Systems Group of Peat Marwick. Mr. Kremen has been an independent computer consultant since 1980. He is currently president of SHK Consulting, Inc. and Data Processing Litigation Consultants, Inc., East Brunswick, NJ. He can be reached at his office by telephone at (732)251-3623 or toll-free at (888)SHK-DPLC and by e-mail at
Marc S. Friedman is a founding partner of Friedman-Siegelbaum in Roseland, N.J., and New York, N.Y., and is head of the firm's computer and technology practice. He also practices corporate law and is an accomplished trial and appellate lawyer. He is an adjunct Professor of Law at Seton Hall University Law School where he teaches computer law and remedies. He can be reached at his office at (973) 992-1990 or by e-mail at
Lindsey H. Taylor is an integral part of Friedman Siegelbaum’s technology and intellectual property practice. With the firm since 1986, his areas of expertise include computer and music related copyright litigation, Internet-related law and commercial litigation. Mr. Taylor’s experience extends to contract, insurance, and professional liability litigation. He has handled matters enforcing and protecting trademarks, trade secrets and restrictive covenants. In addition, he had handled substantial matters on appeal in New Jersey and in the United States Court of Appeals. He can be reached at his office at (973) 992-1990 or by e-mail at
Edward Miller is currently the Director of Client Server Technology and Operations Technical Support for Sony Music Entertainment, Inc. He is experienced in data processing in the fields of brokerage, banking, service bureau, health care, power utility, and defined benefits industries. He has expertise at all levels of management and development of applications, infrastructure, systems, and technical support for both mainframe and distributed platforms. At Sony, he manages a staff of 23 with a budget of $10,000,000, and is responsible for developing and implementing a production environment for Sony’s data processing. He is also responsible for implementation of Year 2000 compliance for the company. He was previously Vice President and Director of Business Continuity for PaineWebber. He can be reached at his office at (212) 833-8965 or by email at
Benedict G. Carmicino joined Friedman Siegelbaum in 1994, where he specializes in counseling clients in intellectual property-related matters and the negotiation of high technology agreements. Mr. Carmicino has published articles on a wide variety of computer and technology law topics, and is the regional reporter for the Third Circuit for The Computer Law Association Bulletin. Mr. Carmicino is admitted to practice in New York and New Jersey, and is a member of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York, the New York State Bar Association, the American Bar Association and the Computer Law Association. He can be reached at his office at (973) 992-1990 or by e-mail at
Warren S. Reid is president of WSR Consulting Group, in Encino, California, a firm specializing in management, technology, and litigation consulting. He is a non-lawyer who acts as a litigation strategist and expert witness in complex systems failure litigation, and serves on technology steering committees for large companies. His firm specializes in management, technology, and litigation consulting, and is also involved in traditional as well as leading edge technologies such as Year 2000 Solutions, RAID, Hippi switches, interactive multimedia, supercomputing, robotics and smart buildings, etc. He can be reached at his office by telephone at (818)986-8842 and by e-mail at
Shahan Islam is a partner in the firm of Friedman Siegelbaum in Roseland, NJ, where he handles all phases of procuring, litigating and exploiting intellectual property (patents, trademarks, unfair competition, copyrights and trade secrets) rights. He has handled patent application work and numerous license negotiations concerning various technologies for clients around the world and has helped them obtain worldwide intellectual property protection, most notably in the field of consumer electronics. Mr. Islam has counseled numerous companies concerning validity, infringement and value of patents and intellectual property portfolios in connection with mergers and acquisitions, initial public offerings or other purchases, licenses or financings. He has successfully represented American and Asian companies in patent litigation. He can be reached at his office at (973) 992-1990 or by e-mail at

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