The basic rate for a subscription is $250 per year. There is a price scale that rises to $2,500 for subscribers with 12 recipients of the TLJ Alert. The price schedule includes a fixed rate of $2,500 for subscribers with any number of recipients, provided that they are all employed by the subscriber, and have one e-mail domain.
Free one month trial subscriptions are available. Also, free subscriptions are available for federal government officials, Congressional staff, and court personnel.
The TLJ web site remains a free access web site. Copies of the TLJ Alert are published in the web site two months after original distribution by e-mail to subscribers.
The basic subscription rate is $250 per year for a single recipient. TLJ published about 250 issues in its first year. Hence, this amounts to a price of about one dollar per issue.
Method of Payment.
Please submit a check, cashiers check, or money order made payable to David Carney, or pay by credit card via PayPal. See, TLJ PayPal payments page.
For foreign subscribers, please submit payment denominated in United States Dollars.
Mail payment to David Carney, 3034 Newark St., NW, Washington DC, 20008.
Rates for Subscribing Entities with Multiple Recipients.
The subscription rate is $250 for the first recipient, $225 each for recipients 2 through 5, $200 each for recipients 6 through 10, $175 each for recipients 11 and 12. However, once the subscription fee reaches $2,500 (the price for 12 recipients) the subscriber may have the TLJ Alert sent to an unlimited number of recipients. However, all recipients must be employees, partners or shareholders of the subscriber, and all must have e-mail addresses at a single e-mail domain. Also, the subscriber must provide TLJ with the names and e-mail addresses of all recipients; delivery will be made solely by TLJ. The table below lists total subscription prices for entities with multiple recipients.
Free One Month Trial Subscriptions.
To qualify for a free one month trial subscription, you must provide your name, employer, and an e-mail address. Moreover, the user name and domain must correspond to your name and employer. For example, an address such as firstname.lastname@example.org will not qualify. The purpose of this requirement is to prevent abuse of the free subscription offer.
Free subscriptions are available for federal judges, law clerks, other court personnel, Members of Congress, their staff, committee staff, General Accounting Office staff, and federal government officials.
(In practice most such subscribers work for Representatives, Senators, Congressional Committees, the USPTO, FCC, FTC, DOJ, NTIA, TA, or federal appeals court judges.)
To receive a free subscription, you must provide your name, employer, and e-mail address. The e-mail address must correspond to your name and employer.
TLJ Web Site.
There continues to be a Tech Law Journal web site. The TLJ Daily E-Mail Alerts continues to be published there. However, they are published on a two month delay.
Answers to Other Occasionally Asked Questions
1. Tech Law Journal is not incorporated. It is a business name used by David
Carney. David Carney is the sole proprietor.
2. Tech Law Journal is not a minority owned business.
3. Neither Tech Law Journal, nor David Carney engage in consulting or the practice of law.
4. The subscription list is not for sale.
5. Neither the Tech Law Journal web site, nor the TLJ Daily E-Mail Alert, carry advertisements.