Legal Aspects of Managing Technology
The fifth edition of LEGAL ASPECTS OF MANAGING TECHNOLOGY guides students through the complex legal issues involved with today's fast-paced, rapidly-changing technology environment. This textbook offers a comprehensive presentation of intellectual property rights and solid coverage of other key topics including ecommerce, privacy, antitrust, and biotechnology. Its goal is not to make readers legal experts; rather it is too allow managers to understand the fundamental legal issues pertinent to technology management so that they can competently create strategic plans in consultation with their attorneys. Regardless of students' majors or future career plans -- be it in business, management, computer science, engineering, architecture, biology, or law -- this text provides students with the tools they need for understanding, applying, and anticipating fundamental legal issues related to technology.
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An Overview of the Technology Policy Environment in the United States
The International Technology Policy Environment
Fundamental Requirements for Patent Protection in the United States
Obtaining and Defending Patent Rights in the United States and Globally
Patent Protection for Computer Programs and Internet Business Methods
Protection of Secret Information
Fundamental Aspects of Copyright Protection
Copyright Protection for Computer Programs and Digital Media
Domain Names and Other Trademark Issues on the Internet
Tort Liability for Physical and Economic Harms
Intrusions on Privacy and Other Personal Rights
Important Contract Issues for Technology Companies
Antitrust and Anticompetitive Conduct
Biotechnology Patent Issues and Other Controversies
Table of Cases
Copyright and the Internet
Protecting Trademarks and Product Designs in International Markets
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