Written by nationally recognized Internet law experts, E-Business Legal Handbook provides specific guidance on how to manage risk and avoid liability in the full range of e-business transactions. it brings you fully up-to-date on future implications of the Uniform Computer Information Transactions Act (UCITA), and spells out the preventive law and client planning strategies companies can take to avoid costly Internet-related lawsuits. You'll discover practical solutions for: Creating and establishing a corporate identity--Selecting an appropriate domain name...protecting and establishing trademark. Going online-Developing an Internet site...accessing the Internet via an Internet Service Provider...resolving legal and policy issues surrounding the firm's website. Entering into and enforcing contracts-Identifying the parties...enforcing web wrap, web linking and web development agreements...limiting liability for damages and warranties...using digital signature technology. Collecting revenue/establishing payment systems-Digital cash...encryption...establishing merchant account...setting up a virtual storefront. Establishing a marketing presence-Creating links to and from a corporate web page...drafting a disclaimer of endorsement of and liability for linked sites. Distributing products--Complying with the UCC, UCITA, And The Uniform Electronic Transactions Act (UETA). Planning for strategic use of jurisdiction-Venue...conflict of interest...choice of law...forum and venue provisions. Civil liability in cyberspace-Bases for a company's liability...avoiding cyberspace liability...defenses to tort action. Assuring Internet security--Technical elements of Internet security...digital signatures...liability for negligence...contracts and disclaimers. Resolving cyberspace disputes-How to draft ADR clauses for cyberspace...how damages involving Internet disputes are computed. and more! Always Current E-Business Legal Handbook is completely up-to-date. But to make sure you're always abreast of the latest legal developments, you will automatically receive -- risk-free with no obligation to purchase -- updates and/ or new editions. You will be billed separately at the then-current price. Upon receipt, you will have 30 days to purchase or return. Of course, you may cancel this automatic supplementation program at any time simply by notifying Aspen Law a Business in writing. Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act of 1999 President Clinton signed the Anticybersquatting Consumer ... Porsche.com.310 In that case, Porsche, the owner of the trademarks aquot;Porscheaquot; and aquot;boxster, aquot; filed an action against 1 28anbsp;...
|Title||:||E-business Legal Handbook|
|Author||:||Michael Rustad, Cyrus Daftary|
|Publisher||:||Aspen Publishers - 2001|