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0-459-27365-5
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Approximately 1500 pages
4 volume looseleaf, filed to date, with 2 months free service
3-Ring Binder
2003-02-01
Carswell

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Electronic Commerce: A Practitioner's Guide
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Description
For a world where constant change is the status quo, three experienced, authoritative practitioners offer this comprehensive, up-to-date guide to all aspects of Electronic Commerce, including:
  • The protection of intellectual property online, including copyright, trademarks and unfair competition, confidentiality and trade secrets, and such specialized issues as the copyright of databases
  • Criminal, tort and privacy issues, from liability for cyber-crimes to defamation and spamming
  • Issues relating to website content, be it advertising, marketing and promoting online, licensing content, or links, frames and meta tags
  • Discussion of the fundamental concerns of e-commerce: information security, privacy obligations, export controls, online contracting, domain names, payment systems and electronic cash, taxation, electronic records and consumer protection
  • Liability issues for Internet service providers, website operators, corporate and individual users
  • Others topics addressed are employers and the Internet, regulation of the Internet, Internet-based agreements, and sector specific issues such as online banking, insurance, securities, etc.
Written with the practitioner in mind, this work is organized in an accessible and well-indexed looseleaf format to facilitate regular updates from its distinguished contributors.
About the Author
Alan Gahtan has been identified as a leading E-Commerce lawyer by Who's Who of Business Lawyers and as a leading Canadian IT lawyer by the Lexpert Directory. He is co-founder of Mann & Gahtan LLP (Toronto) and is a partner with the U.S. law firm of Brown Raysman Millstein Felder & Steiner LLP. Mr. Gahtan is a course coordinator for Osgoode Hall Law School's LL.M. Program in E-Commerce Law.
Martin P.J. Kratz leads the Intellectual Property and eCommerce Practices for Bennett Jones LLP. He practises in the information technology and intellectual property law areas with the firm of Bennett Jones. In addition, he is co-director of Osgoode Hall Law School's Intellectual Property LLM program and teaches courses in that program and at other Universities.
Fraser Mann is a founding partner of Mann Symons LLP. He practises primarily in the areas of technology, procurement, e-health and intellectual property law. Mr. Mann is Past President of the Canadian Information Technology Law Association (IT.Can) and Past Co-Chair of the Technology Law Committee of the International Bar Association. He is currently President of the Canadian International Council (Toronto branch). He is the author of Computer Technology and the Law in Canada, co-author of Internet Law, and co-editor of Electronic Commerce: A Practitioner's Guide and of Mann's Technology Law News. Fraser has been recognized as a leading lawyer in technology law by various national and international publications, including Chambers Global Guide (where he has been ranked in Tier 1 of technology lawyers in Canada), Lexpert®, the International Who's Who of Internet and e-Commerce Lawyers and Best Lawyers in Canada.