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"Technology has always fascinated me. Gemini, Apollo, and Star Trek all captivated me as a kid. I managed to marry both law and technology by becoming a tech lawyer." So are we introduced to columnist and practicing lawyer Mark Grossman. Based on a series of previously published articles, Technology Law adopts a reader-friendly approach to the problems and issues faced by those of us who depend on technology to make a living—in other words, just about everyone! Written in the first person, it transitions easily between explanations of why certain laws exist (and what they mean) and suggestions for responding responsibly and effectively.
|1||The Law: Technology, Copyright, and Intellectual Property||1|
|2||Venture Capital and Financiers: Getting Started Correctly||21|
|3||Contracts and Contracting: Laws, Issues, and Tips||29|
|4||The Internet: E-Commerce, Legalities, and Getting Paid||53|
|5||Websites: Development and Upkeep; Laws, Issues, and Solutions||89|
|6||Employees' Rights, Obligations, and Pitfalls in Litigation||99|
|7||Piracy and Crime: Schemes and Scams||107|
|8||Privacy, Policy and Encryption||125|
|9||Negotiations: Policies, Procedures, and Suggestions||139|
|10||History, Background, Thoughts, and Legal Considerations||163|
|About the Author||177|
Posted January 22, 2004
Many a lawyer write exhaustive (and exhausting!) treatises about their area of legal expertise. Mark Grossman gives business people and lawyers alike straightforward, succinct and down-to-earth advice in a fast moving area of the law. Great to compare notes with a fellow practitioner.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.