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International Computer and Internet Contracts and Law
International Computer and Internet Contracts and Law
Number of volumes: 2
ISBN:  9780421490505
Last Release: Dec 2017 / Next Release: Feb 2018
Subscription Information: 4 releases a year, Charge By Release
Format:  Looseleaf, CD-ROM
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International Computer and Internet Contracts and Law is a highly respected work providing the practitioner with the definitive guide to drafting and negotiating computer, business, internet and e-commerce contracts.

The legal commentaries, which cover UK, Europe, USA, China, India, Japan and Australia have been compiled by some of the world’s leading experts. The subject matter is broken down into familiar areas to help guide you to the relevant materials as well as specific commentary on Digital and Electronic Signatures and Online Dispute Resolution.

Main features:

  • Provides over 65  ready-to-use international computer, internet and e-commerce contracts with specific clause variations for UK, Europe, USA,China, India, Japan and Australia
  • Includes explanatory notes for each contract and offers practical drafting and negotiating issues to consider
  • Specialist legal commentaries covering UK, Europe, USA, China, Australia, Japan and India
  • Specialist Electronic and Digital Signatures section with worldwide reference and sample clauses
  • Specialist Online Dispute Resolution section with sample clauses.
  • All contracts are on CD-ROM for instant use.

 

You will also find specialist sections on Electronic Signatures and Online Dispute Resolution. This commentary is updated several times a year to keep you fully briefed on the main issues facing you when you are working with overseas clients.

INDISPENSABLE INFORMATION

  • Provides 60 ready-to-use international computer and internet contracts with specific clause variations for Europe, USA, China, India, Japan and Australia
  • Includes explanatory notes for each contract and offers practical issues to consider
  • Optional clauses are included so you can make the contracts suitable for use in Europe, USA, China, Australia, Japan and India
  • A dedicated Electronic and Digital Signatures section is provided
  • A dedicated Online Dispute Resolution section is provide
  • Updated at least twice a year to keep track of developments
  • Provides a CD-ROM containing all of the precedents
  • Now includes comprehensive China coverage

For information on CD-ROM compatibility and system requirements please see this page before purchasing.


Releases in 2017 and 2018 will be updating the following:

  • The entire EU Commentary
  • Updated Internet and E-Commerce Commentary
  • New Cloud Computing Commentary
  • Updated USA jurisdictional clauses in each Precedent
  • The addition of new Precedents for Cloud Computing and Internet of Things (OEM) Agreements.

EDITORS & EDITORIAL BOARD

Principal Legal Author:
M-T Michele Rennie (LL.B, NP)
Head of Intellectual Property and Internet Law, Computalaw Ltd.

Specialist Contributors
USA
J.T. (Jay) Westermeier
, Attorney at Law with of Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP in Reston Virginia, USA prior to which he was a partner in DLA Piper Rudnick Gray Cary US LLP, Reston, VA.
David Bender, formerly Attorney at Law with DLA Piper US LLP and White & Case, New York, now Senior lecturer at University of Houston Law School, New York

Europe
Philip Woolfson, Steptoe & Johnson, Brussels
Sam da Silva, NABARRO LLP, London

China
Prof. Dr. Hong Xue, Professor of Law and the Director of the Institute for the Internet Policy & Law at Beijing Normal University (BNU)

Australia
Anna Sharpe, principal of the law firm Sharpe Ivo, prior to which she was partner at Clayton Utz, Brisbane

Japan
Takashi Kanai, Frantech Law Office, Tokyo
Wakaba Hara, Makino Law, Tokyo prior to which she worked at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Tokyo

India
Shalini Agarwal, founding partner at In Se Legal London and Mumbai.
Ganesh Prasad ,partner Khaitan & Co, Mumbai

Electronic and Digital Signatures
Stephen Mason, is an English barrister specialising in electronic and digital signature law

Alternative Dispute Resolution Contributor:
Dr Juan Pablo Cortés Dieguéz (LLB, LLM, PhD), CSET Lecturer in Civil Justice at the School of Law, University of Leicester, UK and a Gould Research Fellow, Stanford School of Law, USA.

SUBSCRIPTION INFORMATION
Updating releases are charged for individually when published.

On receipt of your initial order the loose-leaf mainwork, we will register you for the updating releases. When a new updating release is published, you will automatically receive the release along with the invoice. Please inform us, in writing, if at any time you wish to cancel the updating service. We will cancel the service and will not send you further releases.
REVIEWS

"Books such as this should be seen as a godsend by computer lawyers freed from the drudgery of inventing text and formats"
-Computer Law and Practice


".. the precedents . . . are useful starting points with the principal issues and local variations highlighted . . . There is little doubt that this is a useful addition to the bookshelves of the IT specialist practitioner"
- Computer & Telecommunication Law Review


"We are told that we shall soon all be passengers on the 'information superhighway', caught up in a 'multi-media revolution.' However, amidst all the hype remains the fundamental concept that, irrespective of the end results or functions of this technology, there must be an old fashioned contractual relationship between parties who wish to use or exploit it in any way."
-The Legal Executive Journal
 
  "In addition, to reflect the international nature of information technology, the work also provides a Commentary which goes some of the way to explain the law and practice behind the precedents from the viewpoints of a number of countries. Clearly presented and extremely useful, this will greatly assist the ever increasing band of IT practitioners."
-The Legal Executive Journal


"The universality in style and content of the contracts included in the publication is intended to reassure the user that the laws relating to computers in general, and intellectual property in particular, have developed and evolved along substantially similar lines in all the jurisdictions represented."
-Computer Law & Security Report  

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