Internet and Technology Law Desk Reference, 2001 Edition

Internet and Technology Law Desk Reference, 2001 Edition

by Michael D. Scott
     
 

INTERNET AND TECHNOLOGY LAW DESK REFERENCE is the first reference to bring together the court's definition of high-tech terms, legal doctrines, acronyms, and jargon by using case citations and definitions accepted by the courts. The book covers over 2,200 legal and technical terms-the most comprehensive listing of its kind. So you can advise clients, draft

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INTERNET AND TECHNOLOGY LAW DESK REFERENCE is the first reference to bring together the court's definition of high-tech terms, legal doctrines, acronyms, and jargon by using case citations and definitions accepted by the courts. The book covers over 2,200 legal and technical terms-the most comprehensive listing of its kind. So you can advise clients, draft contracts, and litigate cases confident that you're using accurate terminology backed by legal precedent. This handbook covers dozens of legal and technical issues, such as:

  • Copyright and Patents
  • Contracts and Torts
  • Security and Trade Secrets
  • Free Speech Issues
  • Internet Fraud and Crime
  • Internet and E-commerce
  • Software and Hardware
  • Telecommunications
  • Multimedia and Video Games
  • Computer Manufacturing
  • and more. Always Current Internet and Technology Law Desk Reference is completely up-to-date. But to make sure you're always abreast of the latest legal developments, you will automatically receive — risk-free with no obligation to purchase — updates and/ or new editions. You will be billed separately at the then-current price. Upon receipt, you will have 30 days to purchase or return. Of course, you may cancel this automatic supplementation program at any time simply by notifying Aspen Law & Business in writing. (If you are an instructor interested in adopting this book for your class, special student discounts are available for adoptions of 8 copies or more. For more information, please call: 1-800-950-5259.)

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  • Editorial Reviews

    Booknews
    A practicing lawyer and legal writer presents a desk reference of alphabetically arranged definitions of technological terms used in the legal field, mostly consisting of single words but occasionally commonly used phrases. Entries include the term or phrase, the branch of law or technology in which it is used, a definition (usually taken from an "official" source, such as a court decision, statute, or government document), an annotation (consisting of a more expansive explanation of the term or phrase), related issues, and cross- references. Also includes some entries consisting of important, frequently-cited case decisions; other entries focus on statutes, government reports, and organizations. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

    Product Details

    ISBN-13:
    9780735515260
    Publisher:
    Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
    Publication date:
    01/28/2001
    Edition description:
    2001 ED.
    Pages:
    922
    Product dimensions:
    5.91(w) x 8.66(h) x (d)

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