Internet And Technology Law Desk Reference

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Aspen Publishers, May 1, 2004 - Business & Economics - 951 pages
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Internet and Technology Law Desk Reference is the first reference to explains today's high-tech terms, legal doctrines, acronyms, and jargon as the terms have been defined in court decisions, statutes, regulations, or industry usage. The book covers over 2,400 legal and technical terms-the most comprehensive listing of its kind. So you can advise clients, draft contracts, and litigate cases confident that you're using accurate terminology backed by legal precedent. This handbook covers dozens of legal and technical issues, such as: Copyright and Patents Contracts and Torts Security and Trade Secrets Free Speech Issues Internet Fraud and Crime Internet and E-commerce Software and Hardware Telecommunications Multimedia and Video Games Computer Manufacturing and more.

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Scott is a partner in the Santa Monica, California office of Perkins Coie LLP. He has practiced computer and intellectual property law for the last 28 years.

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