How to Get Your Business on the Web: A Legal Guide to E-commerce

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Nolo, 2002 - Computers - 352 pages
How to Get Your Business on the Web is for anyone who is either adding a website to a brick-and-mortar business or starting from scratch with a new Internet concept. This book translates the jargon of law and technology into plain English, helping readers:
-- choose the best legal structure
-- get and register a domain name
-- contract with website designers and hosts
-- create a legal privacy policy for customer information
-- protect copyrights and trademarks
-- put together licensing deals for site content
-- learn the rules and regulations of selling online
-- and more

Provides all the forms (plus the instructions needed to fill them out) as tear-outs and on CD-ROM.

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About the author (2002)

Attorney Fred S. Steingold practices law in Ann Arbor, Michigan. An expert on small business law, he represents and advises many small businesses. He is the author of Legal Guide for Starting & Running a Small Business and The Employer's Legal Handbook. His monthly column, "The Legal Advisor," is carried by trade publications across the country.

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