E-commerce, the Internet and the Law: Cases and Materials
Cases and Materials on E-Commerce, The Internet, and the Law offers comprehensive coverage of Internet and e-commerce law. Combining the knowledge of four expert authors, it covers contracting, jurisdiction, copyright, trademarks, trespass, information security, e-mail, defamation and privacy. A substantive body of caselaw has emerged in these areas, and E-Commerce, The Internet, and the Law contains the leading cases. This distinguishes it from many earlier Internet law casebooks, which contain a mix of relatively few cases and relatively extensive excerpts from theoretical commentary. E-Commerce, The Internet, and the Law combines caselaw and theory by discussing trends, open questions, and theoretical issues in "Notes and Questions" sections following each case. This blend of theory and practice engages students by making the relevance and importance of theory clear.
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