Chris Erb is a corporate attorney focusing primarily on small and mid-sized international companies doing business in the United States, particularly in the areas of computer, internet, and privacy/data security law. Chris also assists with the structuring and formation of corporations, negotiation of contracts and agreements, and with the transfer of personnel to support the new US corporation. With his knowledge of European, particularly German, business practices and law, Chris can assist clients in understanding the similarities and differences between the European and US business environment, and with recognizing and avoiding the risks associated with the often litigious US market.
For many years Chris was an adjunct professor of law at Temple University School of Law, and he is a regular speaker on cybersquatting and internet law for the Pennsylvania Bar Association. Chris has also contributed articles on corporate and immigration law to German American Trade, ACCA Docket, and a variety of other publications. He blogs (not as frequently as he should) at Erblawg.com.
Chris is a member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals, the American Bar Association International Section, and the German American Chamber of Commerce of Philadelphia.