Internet Law: A Field Guide

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BNA Books, 2007 - Law - 831 pages
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Due to the fact that this book contains one quite obvious, misleading and potentially libelous characterization of the case "Dr. Brett Prince v. Mayflower Transit", it cannot be recommended. This author clearly did not research this important case and his improper conclusions regarding the outcome will mislead the public and lawyer alike. Other more appropriate and informative resources are freely available.  

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About the author (2007)

Jonathan D. Hart is a member of the law firm of Dow, Lohnes & Albertson, PLLC, where he practices in the firm's Media and Information Technologies group out of Washington, D.C. He specializes in the representation of media and technology companies on a broad range of commercial, transactional, operational, and content matters. His clients include dozens of Web publishers, newspapers, magazines, broadcasters, and software and technology companies. Jon is the author of @Law, a column on legal issues impacting the new economy, which is a regular feature on WSJ.com, and of Web Publishing Law, an Online Books publication of the Association of Educational Publishers. Jon is a frequent speaker on media law and the Internet.

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