Documenting E-Commerce Transactions. Thomson Reuters. 1 Volume. Looseleaf format. Current through March 2020 Supplement. Ex-private law firm library, very good. Publisher's Price $747. Special $250. * Documenting E-Commerce Transactions covers the various types of e-commerce transactions handled by corporate counsel. It includes a discussion of the law of e-commerce, as well as issues involving traditional law, such as antitrust, privacy, jurisdiction, shrink-wrap and click-wrap licenses, copyright, mail order rules, and the law and practice relating to domain names. A collection of illustrative e-commerce agreements are organized into chapters. Each chapter describes the kind of agreement required for specific transactions, and outlines the key points to cover and negotiate. Provides an overview of federal and state laws directly impacting e-commerce transactions; Contains over 150 sample forms used by prominent companies in a variety of transactions; Covers both "new economy" (linking, domain names) and traditional law topics as they apply to e-commerce transactions; Contains summaries of significant caselaw; Saves counsel time by identifying critical legal issues to be addressed when conducting e-commerce transactions.
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