Emerging Technologies and the Law: Forms and Analysis, Volume 1

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Richard Raysman
Law Journal Press, 2002 - Law
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The future has arrived ahead of schedule! Content publishers, entertainment and media companies, communications companies, and computer hardware and software companies are combining to create products that are revolutionizing business and private lives. Law firms and businesses must be prepared to react quickly or risk being left behind. That's where Emerging Technologies and the Law: Forms and Analysis comes in. This comprehensive guide addresses the many legal issues presented by complex cross-technology transactions. It features 100 ready-to-use forms on CD-ROM that eliminate guesswork and lead you through every critical step in structuring different kinds of agreements. You'll find clear explanations of: the technological and legal issues involved; an overview of patent law as it applies to emerging technologies; checklists of important factors to consider before beginning a complex cross-technology transaction; and more.
  

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Contents

The Constant Evolution of Information Technology
1-1
Content License and Distribution Agreement 4148
1-4
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1-24
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1-61
Rights Acquisition
2-1
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2-173
Product Development Agreements
3-1
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3-3
7 Term 411
192
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207
License Agreement 3213
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Product Distribution
4-1
Table of Contents
4-7
Rights of Privacy and Publicity Defamation
4-16
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4-21
Copyright

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About the author (2002)

Richard Raysman is a partner in the New York office of Holland & Knight LLP. Mr. Raysman is co-author of the two-volume treatises Computer Law: Drafting and Negotiating Forms and Agreements; Emerging Technologies and the Law: Forms and Analysis and Intellectual Property Licensing: Forms and Analysis, all published by Law Journal Press, and co-writes a monthly column on computer law for the New York Law Journal. Mr. Raysman is past Chair of the Business Law Section, the largest section of the New York State Bar Association, and is past Chair of its Finance Committee. He also chairs Corporate Counsel's annual Law Journal IP Trademark, Copyright & Licensing Counsel Forum. Prior to practicing law, he was a systems engineer for six years with IBM Corp. Mr. Raysman concentrates his practice on Intellectual Property, including outsourcing and IP litigation, and was recently selected by Chambers as one of America's leading outsourcing lawyers. He is a member of the practical Law Company Advisory Board for Intellectual Property and Technology.

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