skip to Main Content
Adult Attorney | Adult Lawyer (248) 290-0655 Email

Adult Business Lawyer, Corey D. Silverstein, Speaks About Understanding Laws & Regulations

Adult Business Lawyer, Corey D. Silverstein, Talks About Understanding The Laws & Regulations That Can Affect Your Bottom Line. This past January 16, 2017, adult business attorney, Corey D. Silverstein was invited to present at the 2017 Internext tradeshow in Las Vegas, Nevada. For those of you that missed this incredible educational opportunity, here is the video of the complete presentation. This is a great opportunity to hear from adult industry lawyer, Corey D. Silverstein himself, and his thoughts on some of the biggest developments in politics and the laws that affect the adult industry. As always we encourage you to contact adult industry attorney, Corey D. Silverstein by visiting our contact page.

Read More
Phoenix Forum Logo Over Image Of Desert

Adult Business Lawyer Returns to the Phoenix Forum

The Law Offices of Corey D. Silverstein, P.C. is very excited to announce that porn attorney, Corey D. Silverstein, will be attending this year’s Phoenix Forum, in gorgeous Tempe, Arizona. The tradeshow’s presenter, CCBill, describes the show as: “the premier educational/networking event for the Adult Business Community. Unlike larger exhibit-style tradeshows, The Phoenix Forum is a mid-sized gathering, offering attendees a more relaxed face-to-face networking environment and providing unsurpassed opportunities to meet, learn and share ideas with their online business peers. The three day schedule combines educational tracks and guest speakers along with structured power lunches, networking happy hour sessions, evening receptions and special events which are all designed toward a single focus - to help attendees meet and do business.” This year’s Phoenix Forum (“the Leading Tradeshow for Adult Online”) takes place from March 22-26, 2017 at the Tempe Mission Palms Hotel. Porn lawyer, Corey D. Silverstein has been attending and presenting at the Phoenix Forum for the last decade and is thrilled to be returning to the event to meet with the hundreds of business professionals that come from a wide range of companies representing all aspects of the online adult business world. If you are going to…

Read More
XBIZ 360 Fundraiser Donor Stats

Adult Business Lawyer, Corey D. Silverstein Supports FSC and ASACP During XBIZ 360 Fundraiser

The annual XBIZ 360 Fundraiser is a unique opportunity to donate and support two of the largest and strongest organizations that support the adult industry. The Association of Sites Advocating Child Protection (ASACP Foundation) and the Free Speech Coalition (FSC). This year, adult business attorney, Corey D. Silverstein was proud and happy to donate to both the ASACP Foundation and the FSC. “The ASACP and the FSC do so much for the adult industry and this donation is just a small token of my appreciation for the tireless work of everyone at the ASACP and the FSC.” Silverstein said. All of this year’s donors were announced at the 2017 XBIZ awards. Adult attorney, Corey D. Silverstein was invited and proudly attended this year’s awards show in Los Angeles, CA and was honored with all of the other great individuals and businesses that donated to this year’s XBIZ 360 Fundrauser, including MojoHost, Grand Slam Media, Paradise Marketing, Mr. Skin, Larry Walters, Ero Advertising, SegPay, Good Vibrations and the FUBAR Times. Silverstein went on to say that, “I look forward to staying involved with both the ASACP and the FSC and supporting these great organizations.”

Read More
Silverstein Legal Tradeshow Schedule

Adult Attorney 2017 Tradeshow Schedule

As previously announced, adult industry attorney, Corey D. Silverstein will be attending this year’s XBIZ 2017 tradeshow, and interNEXT 2017. We are now pleased to announce that adult industry lawyer, Corey D. Silverstein will also be attending the Affiliate Summit West 2017 tradeshow. If you are attending any of these incredible events and want to meet with adult entertainment lawyer, Corey D. Silverstein, then I encourage you to contact us today to schedule a meeting. Mr. Silverstein will be meeting with existing clients and prospective clients at all 3 events. Also, adult lawyer, Corey D. Silverstein has been invited and accepted three separate speaking engagements during the course of the tradeshows. Here is his schedule of the speaking engagements. XBIZ 2017 When: January 11, 2017 – 2:00pm Where: Rooftop Panorama Ballroom Title: Legal Challenges for Adult Entertainment Synopsis: XBIZ presents its annual look at the most pressing legal challenges facing the adult entertainment industry over the New Year, as well as the status of the ongoing issues affecting business owners. This executive session will highlight the threats and opportunities presented by adult’s evolving regulatory landscape, with an eye on possible changes from the new U.S. administration. interNEXT When: January 15,…

Read More
Internext 2017

Adult Entertainment Attorney, Corey D. Silverstein Returns to interNEXT 2017

Adult entertainment lawyer, Corey D. Silverstein is pleased to announce that he has accepted an invitation to attend interNEXT 2017, “the original adult digital conference.” This year’s interNEXT tradeshow takes place from January 14-January 17, 2017 at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. The tradeshow touts itself as the “Largest Webmaster Show in North America.” interNEXT 2017 will feature an agenda packed with educational seminars, workshops, networking events and product displays. The interNEXT tradeshow is always one of the most popular events in the adult entertainment industry and 2017’s rendition of the show is already looking to be bigger and better than ever before. This is an amazing opportunity for newbies and veterans alike to meet with adult industry lawyer, Corey D. Silverstein and get your important legal questions answered. Adult business lawyer Corey D. Silverstein has already been getting meeting requests, especially from those online adult entertainment businesses that are concerned about how the election of Donald Trump and the republican party’s decisive victory in the 2016 United States election will impact the future of the adult entertainment industry. interNEXT 2017 is a great place to sit and chat with adult industry attorney, Corey D.…

Read More
YNOT Logo

Adult Industry Lawyer Corey D. Silverstein Joins YNOT

Veteran, adult industry attorney, Corey D. Silverstein is no stranger to participating in a wide range of forums across the internet. In fact, during the past decade, Corey D. Silverstein has participated in hundreds of online discussions related to the law, the adult entertainment industry, the internet and technology. Arguably long overdue, adult entertainment lawyer, Corey D. Silverstein, has now become a member of the YNOT community and will be engaging with YNOT’s diverse members from all across the globe. According to its website, “the YNOT brand was introduced to the adult entertainment business community in 1996.” “Today the company offers a variety of B2B services for adult businesses.” “Part news and part social network, YNOT.com is the longest running online resource for adult industry professionals.” YNOT has a tradition of breaking some of the biggest legal stories affecting the adult industry and it’s only fitting for adult business lawyer, Corey D. Silverstein to become a part of the conversation.

Read More
Photo Background With XBIZ 2017 Logo And White Sans-serif Type In Center

Adult Industry Attorney, Corey D. Silverstein, Returns to XBIZ 2017!

Corey D. Silverstein is very pleased to announce that he has accepted an invitation to attend and speak at XBIZ 2017. XBIZ 2017 (sponsored by Chaturbate) takes place from January 9, 2017 – January 13, 2017 at the luxurious Andaz West Hollywood hotel, in West Hollywood, California. In a story released on September 20, 2016, according to XBIZ’s very own, Stephen Yagielowicz, “Staying true to its mission, the annual events series will once again offer the most comprehensive look and futuristic approach to the business of adult entertainment with a focus on content creation, advertising, publishing and emerging technologies, providing attendees with the knowledge and power to stay ahead of the curve.” Adult entertainment attorney, Corey D. Silverstein has been scheduled to speak at a special seminar, tentatively scheduled for Wednesday January 11, 2017. Additional specifics about the seminar will be announced as the XBIZ Show gets closer. The tradeshow presents an incredible opportunity for any attendee to schedule some face time with adult industry lawyer, Corey D. Silverstein. We encourage you to schedule an appointment today to meet during the XBIZ Show by visiting our Contact page. Regardless of the nature of your adult business or online venture, Corey…

Read More
JuicyAds Logo Over Digital Scales Of Justice Illustration

Corey D. Silverstein Assists Ad Network To Defeat Secondary Copyright Claims

Adult attorney, Corey D. Silverstein Assists Ad Network To Defeat Secondary Copyright Claims: ALS Scan v. JuicyAds. The plaintiff in this case is well-known pornographer/litigator ALS Scan. Today’s case involves an ad network, Tiger Media, which runs the JuicyAds network catering to pornography websites. ALS Scan’s real targets are alleged “pirate Internet sites” with names like imghili.net; namethatpornstar.com; slimpics.com; cumonmy.com; bestofsexpics.com; teenbe.com; mymaturespace.com; spankwiki.net; and stooorage.com. “Plaintiff alleges that it has sent 195 separate email notifications to JuicyAds with multiple examples of infringing ALS images on certain Publishers’ websites, but JuicyAds refuses to terminate these Publishers’ accounts.” ALS Scan also alleges it signed up a sting account with JuicyAds called “www.stolenalspictures.com” with the headline “Infringing ALS Photos Made Free,” but JuicyAds did not remove it from the network. (This account is strikingly similar to the Ninth Circuit’s hypothetical “stolencelebritypics.com” example in Perfect 10 v. ccBill–which ALS Scan chose to imitate even though ccBill was a defense win). Tiger moved to dismiss the complaint. The court grants the motion. Read the full story on the Technology & Marketing Law Blog.

Read More
JuicyAds Logo Over Digital Scales Of Justice Illustration

Silverstein Legal helps win online copyright ruling for JuicyAds

LOS ANGELES — A federal judge yesterday sided with JuicyAds and dismissed a lawsuit that accused the adult ad network of profiting from pirate sites that use its service to generate revenue. The case, filed this past summer at Los Angeles federal court by adult publisher ALS Scan, was the first where an ad traffic company stood accused of aiding pirate sites. ALS Scan sued JuicyAds, content delivery network CloudFlare and other third parties for copyright infringement carried out by its users. ALS Scan, in its complaint, said it alerted Juicy Ads 195 times about infringing activities of several customers, but that it took no action in response and continued to offer services. “[J]uicyAds and Cloudflare make money by continuing to do commerce with sites that draw traffic through the lure of free infringing content,” ALS Scan said in the complaint. But JuicyAds moved to dismiss the case on grounds that ALS Scan, a website (“All Ladies Shaved”) that is operated by the parent company that owns MetArt, failed to state a claim for secondary liability against the traffic company. Read the full story on XBIZ.

Read More
JuicyAds Logo Over Digital Scales Of Justice Illustration

Silverstein Legal Helps Tiger Media Duck Porn Co.’s $10M Pirating Suit For Now

Law360, Los Angeles (October 3, 2016, 11:25 PM EDT) -- A California judge on Monday dismissed Tiger Media Inc. from a pornography producer's $10 million suit claiming the Canadian company operates an ad network supporting websites that illegally distribute its adult content, but granted the porn company permission to file an amended suit. U.S. District Judge George H. Wu granted Tiger Media’s motion to be dropped from a copyright infringement suit brought by ALS Scan Inc. against eight different companies the pornography provider claims are either websites displaying the infringing adult content or third-party service providers... Read the full article at Law 360.

Read More
Back To Top