Legal Aspects of an E-Commerce Transaction: International Conference in the Hague, 26 and 27 October 2004

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The contributions contained in these conference proceedings illustrate how the existing and future regulatory framework operates for online business transactions. Legal Aspects of an E-Commerce Transaction examines various national and international laws and treaties as well as European Community law. The book looks at self-regulatory codes of conduct elaborated by business organizations relating to advertising, spam, competition, and the use of intellectual property rights, to the conclusion of online contracts ...
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Overview

The contributions contained in these conference proceedings illustrate how the existing and future regulatory framework operates for online business transactions. Legal Aspects of an E-Commerce Transaction examines various national and international laws and treaties as well as European Community law. The book looks at self-regulatory codes of conduct elaborated by business organizations relating to advertising, spam, competition, and the use of intellectual property rights, to the conclusion of online contracts and their performance. Additionally, post-contractual issues, dispute resolution, and taxation are discussed, and their interaction is examined. Rules on electronic payment, electronic invoicing, and the taxation of electronic business transactions are equally addressed.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9783935808712
  • Publisher: Sellier, European Law Publishers
  • Publication date: 1/20/2006
  • Pages: 361
  • Product dimensions: 6.30 (w) x 9.50 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Table of Contents

The legal aspects of an e-commerce transaction : the pre-contractual phase 3
Online advertising standards - an introduction to the slides online advertising standards 19
Self-regulation in market research 25
WIPO update - intellectual property issues in the digital agenda 29
Copyright, e-commerce and conflicting national norms : judicial and legislative competence 33
Copyright infringement on the Internet and service provider's liability - a Japanese approach from a comparative perspective 41
Negotiation and conclusion of the contract : formal and substantive validity, choice-of-court and choice-of-law clauses - an introduction 57
Harmonising the law of international electronic contracting adjust the rules but don't rewrite them 73
Paction - the model international sale contract creating international sales contracts online 103
The e-commerce directive and private international law 107
Party autonomy and international online business-to-business contracts in Europe and the United States 123
Two facets of United States law applying to e-commerce transactions : jurisdiction over online disputes, and the uniform computer information transactions act 135
The performance phase 147
UNIDROIT principles and e-commerce 149
Legal certainty for electronic transactions : the role of the UNCITRAL model law on electronic commerce (1996) 159
Electronic communication and incoterms 2000 annex : electronic communications under CISG - CISG-advisory council opinion no 1, 15 August 2003 178
Legal aspects of electronic payments 197
Electronic invoicing in the light of European community directive 2001/115/EC 211
E-commerce : where to go with taxation? : outline : tax, e-commerce & law 235
E-commerce : the post-contractual phase 241
Building trust online : work at the OECD building user trust online 243
Online dispute resolution (ODR) : crossing technology and disputes the RisolviOnline project of the chamber of arbitration of Milan 249
Untouchable? : a Canadian perspective on the anti-spam battle 261
Key characteristics of modern Russian regulation in the field of electronic commerce 289
The Hague conference project for a global convention on jurisdiction, recognition and enforcement in civil and commercial matters (the Hague judgments project), electronic commerce and intellectual property 293
Annex : draft on exclusive choice of court agreements 309
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