Internet Commerce: The Emerging Legal Framework : Cases and Materials

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Foundation Press, Jan 1, 2002 - Law - 1266 pages
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The Internet is changing how we communicate with each other, how we gather information, how we form communities, and, more and more, how we engage in commercial transactions. This casebook addresses the last of these transformations: it addresses the law of electronic commerce. It puts together everything needed to teach a course in e-commerce. It addresses all of the important legal issues that arise in conducting business via the Internet - beginning with registration of a domain name, and including contracting, protecting intellectual property, complying with government regulations, and resolving disputes. It is besupplemented with a website that contains online materials referenced in the book, as well as updates reflecting important developments in the law of e-commerce.

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Contents

Table of Cases
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CHAPTER ONE Regulatory Paradigms for Electronic Com
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B Communication Space as Unitary
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Copyright

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Margaret Jane Radin is the Henry King Ransom Professor of Law at the University of Michigan and the William Benjamin Scott and Luna M. Scott Professor of Law, emerita, at Stanford University. Radin is the author of "Reinterpreting Property" and "Contested Commodities.

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