Technology Law: What Every Business (And Business-Minded Person) Needs to Know

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Scarecrow Press, May 20, 2009 - Business & Economics - 230 pages
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Based on a series of previously published articles, Technology Law adopts a reader-friendly approach to the problems and issues facing those of us who depend on technology to make a living. Avoiding technical jargon, this book offers simple explanations of why certain laws exist, what they mean, and suggestions for responding to them responsibly and effectively. In this revised edition, Mark Grossman addresses developments that have taken place over the past five years in the rapidly changing world of technology law. This edition incorporates new and updated articles that address the many changes since the publication of the first edition. The book is logically structured so that, though its chapters deal with a multitude of topics, related articles are grouped together. The book's broad scope engages with issues in technology law across a wide spectrum of business areas. Those who deal with technology in any capacity will find much value in this important volume.
 

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Contents

Technology Copyright andIntellectual Property
1
Laws Issues and Tips
19
ECommerce Legalities andGetting Paid
41
Chapter 04 Managing IT and Software
67
Development and Upkeep LawsIssues and Solutions
93
Chapter 06 Employees Rights Obligations and Pitfalls in Litigation
113
Schemes and Scams
133
Chapter 08 Privacy Policy and Encryption
161
Policies Procedures and Suggestions
179
Chapter 10 History Background Thoughtsand Legal Considerations
199
Index
211
About the Author
217
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Mark Grossman is a shareholder in the law firm Grossman Law Group and has been a regular columnist for the Miami Herald.

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