Product details

Publisher: 
Carswell
Practice area: 
Intellectual property
Jurisdiction: 
General
Publication date: 
2020-08-21
ISBN: 
9780779897285
Carswell

The Law Of The Sharing Economy

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Burshtein The Law of The Sharing Economy addresses the emerging legal issues in Canada, the United States, other English law jurisdictions, Europe, and elsewhere, relating to the increasingly important sharing economy. Although the book deals with all relevant industries, most of the law has developed in the context of accommodation-sharing platforms like AIRBNB, ride-sharing platforms such as UBER and LYFT, and vehicle-sharing platforms like TURO.

Examples of the numerous subjects addressed are:

  • Legal and regulatory challenges faced by operators of platforms that seek to upend existing industries and their regulatory models
  • Classification and other legal treatment of workers in the sharing economy
  • Industry specific regulatory challenges and developments to each type of industry
  • Competition, privacy, and other regulatory issues
  • Tort and criminal liability issues
  • Contractual, intellectual property, and technology issues

In all cases, the different approaches to issues addressed by multiple jurisdictions are considered.

About the Author

Sheldon Burshtein practiced intellectual property and technology law until his retirement in 2017 from the major law firm at which he began in 1978. He earned an engineering degree as well as civil and common law degrees from McGill University. Sheldon also qualified as a patent agent, trade-mark agent, professional engineer, and certified licensing professional. His practice was devoted to the protection of, and transactions relating to, cutting edge technologies in all industries and some of the most valuable intellectual properties in the world.

All domestic and international peer review continuously recognized Sheldon as a leader of the intellectual property and technology bar. He has been a frequent speaker, a university lecturer, leader in professional organizations, member of multiple editorial boards, and the author of hundreds of articles and papers. Sheldon has also authored several books, including a six-volume treatise on Internet and social media law, and co-authored others.

Carswell

The Law Of The Sharing Economy

Availability: In Stock

Description

Burshtein The Law of The Sharing Economy addresses the emerging legal issues in Canada, the United States, other English law jurisdictions, Europe, and elsewhere, relating to the increasingly important sharing economy. Although the book deals with all relevant industries, most of the law has developed in the context of accommodation-sharing platforms like AIRBNB, ride-sharing platforms such as UBER and LYFT, and vehicle-sharing platforms like TURO.

Examples of the numerous subjects addressed are:

  • Legal and regulatory challenges faced by operators of platforms that seek to upend existing industries and their regulatory models
  • Classification and other legal treatment of workers in the sharing economy
  • Industry specific regulatory challenges and developments to each type of industry
  • Competition, privacy, and other regulatory issues
  • Tort and criminal liability issues
  • Contractual, intellectual property, and technology issues

In all cases, the different approaches to issues addressed by multiple jurisdictions are considered.

About the Author

Sheldon Burshtein practiced intellectual property and technology law until his retirement in 2017 from the major law firm at which he began in 1978. He earned an engineering degree as well as civil and common law degrees from McGill University. Sheldon also qualified as a patent agent, trade-mark agent, professional engineer, and certified licensing professional. His practice was devoted to the protection of, and transactions relating to, cutting edge technologies in all industries and some of the most valuable intellectual properties in the world.

All domestic and international peer review continuously recognized Sheldon as a leader of the intellectual property and technology bar. He has been a frequent speaker, a university lecturer, leader in professional organizations, member of multiple editorial boards, and the author of hundreds of articles and papers. Sheldon has also authored several books, including a six-volume treatise on Internet and social media law, and co-authored others.