Internet law is changing almost as fast as technology itself -- making it vital to the success of your case that your research is based on all the latest laws and key decisions that interpret them.
Law of the Internet is an easy-to-use resource written for busy practitioners like you, with summaries of major cases and statutes, and forms you can adapt to the specifics of your case. Stay ahead of the game with this annually-updated, one-volume treatise, which provides comprehensive analysis of legal issues raised by the Internet and insightful commentary on future directions the law may take.
The eBook version of this title features links to Lexis Advance for further legal research options.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Electronic Contracts
Chapter 2 Privacy
Chapter 3 Jurisdiction
Chapter 4 Trademark
Chapter 5 Copyright
Chapter 6 Defamation
Chapter 7 Computer Crime
Chapter 8 Censorship
Chapter 9 Taxation
Chapter 10 Internet Legal Practice and Research
Chapter 11 Securities Regulation
Chapter 12 Internet Patents
Chapter 13 Internet Risks and Insurance
Chapter 14 Open Source Software