Dotan Hammer is a Partner in the Internet, Cyber & Copyright Group at Pearl Cohen’s Tel Aviv office. Dotan’s practices primarily focus on cyber, data protection, and privacy, where he counsels a wide array of clients – from technology-driven to brick-and-mortar – on the ins and outs of data and cyber regulation in the United States, the European Union, and Israel.
Dotan’s practice also focuses on technology-intensive transactional work, advising clients on software, software-as-a-service, website licenses and user agreements, digital (electronic) signatures, copyright issues, and open-source matters.
Having completed his academic degree in computer science at the age of 19, later working as a software developer and a technological project leader in the public sector in Israel, Dotan now utilizes his technological background to focus on the interplay of law and technology and counsels clients in this emerging area in the law.
Dotan’s practices include privacy and data protection, software and website licenses and user agreements, digital (electronic) signatures, copyright issues, open-source matters, and other aspects of the law relating to computers, the Internet, and information technology.