The Legal Guide to Developing, Protecting, and Marketing Software: Dealing with Problems Raised by Consumers, Competitors, and Employees

The Legal Guide to Developing, Protecting, and Marketing Software: Dealing with Problems Raised by Consumers, Competitors, and Employees

by Thomas J. Smedinghoff
     
 

The first one-volume collection of software law, this reference is written for non-lawyers, yet provides the detailed citations required by lawyers or others seeking further information. The Computer Software REference Manual explains the underlying legal concepts, such as copyright, trade secret, and trademark—and analyzes their impact on the software

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The first one-volume collection of software law, this reference is written for non-lawyers, yet provides the detailed citations required by lawyers or others seeking further information. The Computer Software REference Manual explains the underlying legal concepts, such as copyright, trade secret, and trademark—and analyzes their impact on the software industry. Those involved in the development, protection or marketing of computer software will find this book a valuable source of easy to read and practical legal analysis. Includes an extensive appendix containing checklists, legal forms, and sample contracts.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780471810278
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
03/10/1986
Pages:
437

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