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International Computer and Internet Contracts and Law

International Computer and Internet Contracts and Law
Number of volumes: 2
ISBN:  9780421490505
Subscription Information: 6 releases a year, Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Looseleaf, CD-ROM
(£4,127.00 + £412.70 VAT)
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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. Written by M-T Michele Rennie of Computalaw, award-winning international company law firm, the title comes accompanied by a CD-ROM which provides the practitioner with over 90 ready-to-use contracts and licenses drafted by some of the world’s leading experts (see below). Each contract includes the latest technology updates including legal AI and has multi-jurisdictional clauses for use in UK, European Community, USA, China, India, Australia, Japan and for use on the Internet.

As well as over 90 ready-to-use contracts and licences, the Book’s Commentary offers a comprehensive, definitive but user-friendly analysis of the international laws which relate to software, databases, IT, legal AI and E-commerce in the UK, European Community, USA, China, India, Japan, Australia, and on the Internet as well as specific commentary on Digital and Electronic Signatures and Online Dispute Resolution.

The subject matter and contracts are broken down into familiar areas to help guide you to the relevant materials. It includes numerous styles of contracts, licenses and forms on:

  • Software licenses (including ‘APP’ licenses, “SaaS” Subscription Agreements, shrink-wrap, web-wrap, browse-wrap, evaluation, open source and Creative Commons)
  • Distribution agreements (for software, hardware or systems)
  • Software development, licensing, development, support and protection contracts
  • Website development, hosting, colo, SEO, terms and conditions, GDPR, content and advertising agreements
  • Escrow agreements for software source code (with and without verification)
  • Data license, purchase and subscription agreements (for ‘real-time’ and historical data)
  • On-line subscriber, SaaS and ISP agreements
  • Internet and Ecommerce contracts (including website development, terms of use, Privacy policies (including GDPR compliant), hosting, content, banner advertising, search engine optimisation, e-book publishing and 3D printing
  • Global network contract for telecoms, software and data
  • General Business contracts and templates – including NDAs, copyright protection, assignment, disclosure, outsourcing, consultancy, evaluation, facilities management as well as templates business styles for drafting Proposals and Statement of Work templates and Professional services.

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


Principal Legal Author and editor:

M-T Michele Rennie (LL.B, NP) Head of Intellectual Property and Internet Law, Computalaw Ltd worldwide and legal advisor to numerous multi-national IT and e-commerce companies as well as to numerous smaller pioneering companies in specialist niche areas such as Cloud computing companies creating ‘Apps’; a collaboration of US and EU companies providing certification services to the aerospace and other safety critical industries; legal advisor to an exciting new technology company harnessing satellite data intelligence for environmental analysis and statistics required by multi-national organisations such as the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and most recently, legal advisor on AI digital ‘tools’ for the legal sector and other industries.  Read more about each of the author and contributors on www.computalaw.com



Peter Brown (BA, JD), principal of Peter Brown & Associates PLLC, New York. Read more

David Bender (Sc.B., LL.B., LL.M, S.J.D.), Special Counsel, Data Privacy, at GTC Law Group. Read more

J.T.(Jay) Westermeier (LL.M, JD, MBA), former Attorney at Law with 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. Read more

Prof. Dr. Hong Xue, Professor of Law at Beijing Normal University (BNU), Director of the Institute for the Internet Policy & Law (IIPL) and
and Co-Director of United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) and former ICANN ccNSO councilor and the Chair of Council of Chinese Domain Name Users Alliance. Read more

Shalini Agarwal, (LLB, LLM Cantab.), 
founding Partner at InSe Legal, a full service Indian law firm and also a co-founder of India Across Borders - a global mobility solutions company.  Read more

Vinay Joy and Ganesh Prasad –  with Khaitan & Co. Mumbai and Bangalore.


Juma Weeks, Esq. (LL.B), senior associate in the Privacy and Cybersecurity team at the London office of Ropes & Gray LLP.  Read more

Philip Woolfson (M.A., LL.B), partner in the Brussels office of Steptoe & Johnson LLP. Read more

Anna Sharpe (LL.B. (Hons), LL.M) (LLB (Hons), LLM, Grad Dip App Corp Gov, ACIS, ASCA), principal of the law firm Sharpe Ivo.
Read more

Takashi Kanai (LL.B., LL.M), attorney-at-law at Frantech Law Office, Tokyo and a professor at Musashino University, Tokyo.
Read more

Wakaba Hara, Makino Law, Tokyo. Read more

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



"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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