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Cyberlaw And E-Commerce

Cyberlaw and E-Commerce has been created to address the legal issues surrounding the Internet and Electronic Commerce in light of technological changes that have radically altered the legal realities that confront business managers.By Baumer and Poindexter

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The text is designed, among other things, to prepare students to manage intellectual property. Cyberlaw and E-commerce is intended for the Legal Environment of Business course for faculty interested in additional material on e-commerce. It could also fit into courses entitled Computers, Law and Society, Internet Law, Intellectual Property Law, or Issues in E-Commerce.

The text uses the language of Internet and other high tech issues, which is becoming increasingly important in this course area.

Each chapter contains up-to-date boxes that keep the business relevance front and center enabling students to easily find important topics within the text.

This text is very comprehensive. Cyberlaw and E-Commerce: A Primer prepares business students to learn the law they need to know in a technology driven 21st century.

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Contents:

CHAPTER 1: The Legal Environment of Business in the Information Age

CHAPTER 2: Basic Contract Law

CHAPTER 3: Current and Future Contract Law for E-Commerce

CHAPTER 4: Contracting and Licensing Software

CHAPTER 5: Torts: Wrongs and Their Remedies

CHAPTER 6: Cybertorts, Privacy, and Government Regulation

CHAPTER 7: Product Liability in a High-Tech Environment

CHAPTER 8: Intellectual Property I: Basic Patent and Trade Secret Law

CHAPTER 9: Intellectual Property II: Basic Copyright and Trademark Law

CHAPTER 10: Intellectual Property III: Creating, Using, and Protecting Software

CHAPTER 11: Business Organization: Bricks and Mortar

CHAPTER 12: Cyber Companies and Internet Agreements

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ISBN Number: 0071123008

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