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
Dennis S. Deutsch, a member of the bars of New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Florida, concentrates his practice in computer law, copyright, trademark, trade secret and licensing law and litigation. He is a member of the firm of Ferrara, Turitz, Harraka & Goldberg, P.C., in Hackensack, NJ. Mr. Deutsch is a Professor of Law at Fordham Law School and Rutgers Law School, teaching computer law at both, and lectures nationally on computer law related topics. He can be reached at his office at (201) 489-8787 or by e-mail at or at
Charles R. Merrill is a partner of the law firm of McCarter & English, Newark, N.J., where he chairs the firm's Computer and High-Tech Law Practice Group. He served as Co-Reporter of the Digital Signature Guidelines, published August 1, 1996 by the Information Security Committee of the American Bar Association Section of Science and Technology, and is the National Moderator of Counsel Connect's E-Mail and Electronic Commerce online forum. He can be reached at his office at (201) 622-4444 or by e-mail at
Pauline L. Wen is an associate with the firm of Friedman Siegelbaum in Roseland, NJ, where she specializes in high technology litigation, particularly involving computer software and hardware and litigation of intellectual property rights and contractual disputes. Ms. Wen received a Bachelor of Science degree in information systems from Carnegie-Mellon University in 1986. She has expertise in all phases of computer software development. Prior to entering law school, she spent five years successfully developing software applications for such companies as AT&T Bell Laboratories, Deloitte & Touche, and DRT Systems. Ms. Wen received a J.D. degree from Rutgers Law School-Newark in 1994. Ms. Wen is admitted to the New Jersey Bar and the New York Bar. She can be reached at her office at (973) 992-1990 or by e-mail at
Kristin F. Bissinger is an associate with the firm of Friedman Siegelbaum in Roseland, NJ in the New Media & Computer Technology and Intellectual Property Groups. Ms. Bissinger, previously employed by Unisys Corporation in the Contracts Department, joined Frideman Siegelbaum in November 1996. Ms. Bissinger received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Columbia College, Columbia University in 1990 and graduated with honors from Seton Hall University School of Law in 1994. Ms. Bissinger was admitted to practice law in New York and New Jersey in 1994, and is currently a member of the New York Bar Association and New Jersey Bar Association. She can be reached at her office at (973) 992-1990 or by e-mail at
Shacara N. Boone is an associate with the firm of Friedman Siegelbaum in Roseland, NJ, practicing in the firm,s Labor & Employment, Litigation and Criminal Law Groups. Ms. Boone concentrates her practice in general litigation, employment law, labor law, school law, discrimination law, and criminal law. Ms. Boone has published articles on such cutting-edge technology law as the use at trial of "shadow" data. Ms. Boone received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Seton Hall University. She received her Juris Doctor degree from Rutgers School of Law-Newark. Ms. Boone is admitted to practice in the State of New York and is a member of the New York State Bar Association. She can be reached at her office at (973) 992-1990 or by e-mail at

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