Cyberlaw and E-commerce

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McGraw-Hill, 2002 - Computers - 404 pages
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Legal environment is changing in the 21st century, and Cyberlaw and E-Commerce has been created to address the legal issues surrounding the Internet and Electronic Commerce in light of technological changes that have radically altered the legal realities that confront business managers. The text is designed, among other things, to prepare students to manage intellectual property. Cyberlaw and E-commerce is intended for the Legal Environment of Business course for faculty interested in additional material on e-commerce. It could also fit into courses entitled Computers, Law and Society, Internet Law, Intellectual Property Law, or Issues in E-Commerce.

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Contents

The Legal Environment of Business
1
Basic Patent
3
Costly Errors and Consequences
8
CHAPTER I
9
Summary
21
Chakrabarty 77 230
27
Contract Formation
29
Robert Chuckrow Construction Company v
35
The University of Colorado Foundation Inc v
211
Dr Sakharam D Mahurkar v
224
Patentable Subject Matter
228
Damages
235
Panduit Corporation v Stahlin Brothers Fibre
239
Economic Espionage Act of 1996
246
Summary
253
Basic Contract Law 23
257

Genuineness of Assent
41
Writing Requirements and the Statute of Frauds
43
The Opera Company of Boston Inc v The Wolf
48
Contractual Remedies
49
chapter Bl
55
Advent Systems Limited v
59
In Re RealNetworks Inc
65
Challenges to Contract Law Created by the Internet
67
StepSaver Data Systems Inc v
71
Who Is Accepting?
76
h a p t e h i
85
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89
Summary
115
Tort Overview
120
Fraudulent Misrepresentation Conversion and Trespass
133
Liability
135
Negligence
139
Strict Liability
147
Privacy Cybertorts and Federal and State
156
Use of Private Information Fraud and Identity
165
Summary
176
John Doe et al v American National
182
Second and Third 765
185
Jack Lindsey Executor of the Estate
196
Summary
206
State Trade Secret Laws
210
Scope of Copyright Protection
259
Actual
265
Music MP3 and Napster
271
Recording Industry Association of America v
272
Copyright Law and the Internet
278
Ale House Management Inc v
286
The AntiDilution Act of 1996
295
Using and Protecting
303
Lotus Development Corp v Paperback Software
307
Other Limitations of Copyright Protection
309
Trade Secrets
320
Picker International Corporation v Imaging
323
The Semiconductor Chip Protection Act 1984
326
Contracting and Licensing Chapter 11 Business Organizations
333
Collete Bohatch v Butler Binion
336
Corporations
340
Northampton Valley Constructors Inc v
350
Summary
362
Internet Agreements
365
Storm Impact Inc v Software of
368
Legal Liabilities Associated with Establishing
376
Barry Diller et al Plaintiffs v Eric
381
Summary
389
Cybertorts Privacy and Government
391
Product Liability in a HighTech
412
Copyright

About the author (2002)

Baumer is a professor at North Carolina State University.

Poindexter is a professor at North Carolina State University.

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