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Technology & e-Commerce Law Section

Fairfax County is home to more than 6,700 technology and e-commerce companies and has the highest concentration of technology jobs of any major U.S. market. More than one in four jobs countywide is tied to the technology and e-commerce industries.


The Technology & E-Commerce Law Section of the Fairfax Bar Association (FBA) was founded to provide leadership on the emerging legal issues affecting technology and e-commerce companies, their employees, and their customers. The Section sponsors continuing legal education courses and provides its members a forum to discuss those issues, including privacy, cybersecurity, licensing, electronic communications, consumer protection, Internet contracting, and the litigation of matters involving technology, digital storage, and electronic communication.


An FBA member joining the Section enjoys benefits that include:

  • An opportunity to develop and foster a network of similarly-interested professionals, through CLEs, committees, and social functions;
  • Detailed and practical information for regular practitioners and those who address technology and e-commerce issues only occasionally; and
  • Information about the ethical and business-related concerns that emerging technology creates for long-time practitioners and smaller law firms, with strategies to embrace technology as a tool for effective advocacy and representation.

Section membership is $30.00 per year and is open to all FBA members. For more information about the Technology & E-Commerce Law Section, please contact Jonathan D. Frieden ( or Jonathan Phillips (



Section Officers

Phone Number

Chair: Jonathan Phillips


Board Liaison: 


Staff Liaison: Courtnie L. Norris







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