computer law

computer law

(legal)
Apart from software law, other relevant laws include those concerning the sale of goods. Communication law is more relevant to the Internet, it has to do with media issues in general, e.g. free speech.
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A WARWICKSHIRE solicitor is set to be one of the speakers at an international forum on computer law and e-commerce.
The holder accompanies the CIPAV after needs analysis, the reformulation, identifying the associated legal risk, decision support and advice) (recommendation in the areas of technology law, right to the image, right of intellectual property, computer law and the right to protection of personal data
Co-editor of 'A Manager's Guide to IT Law'(British Computer Society), and contributed the chapter on computer contracts to Computer Law (Oxford University Press) which is used as a standard textbook on the University of London LLM in IT law; ?
Prior to US Healthcare, he was a partner at Wolf Block in Philadelphia, concentrating his practice in complex commercial litigation and computer law.
Deveci, "Hyperlinks Citations, Reproducing Original Works," (2011) 27, Computer Law & Security Review 465 at 466-68.
Ballon represents technology, media, and entertainment companies in complex intellectual property and Internet litigation, including copyright, trademark, trade secret, privacy and security, computer law, class action, internet, and Web 2.
Some readers may be motivated to become healthcare administrators, or attorneys specializing in computer law.
Rounding out our intellectual property, media and technology services, the team provides client counseling and advice regarding trade secret, unfair competition, advertising, entertainment and computer law.
Brown will advise clients on a wide variety of matters relating to information technology, including transactions involving computer systems, computer outsourcing, hardware and software licensing, new media, and computer law.
The new publication is a re-launch of Computer Law & Tax Report, a monthly newsletter acquired from Roditti Reports Corp.
Raysman is co-author of the two-volume treatise Computer Law: Drafting and Negotiating Forms and Agreements published by Law Journal Press and writes a monthly column on computer law for the New York Law Journal.
Some readers may be motivated to become an attorney specializing in computer law.
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