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New Online Computer and Internet Law Library Now Available from Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
(RIVERWOODS, ILL., September 21, 2006) – Now there’s a one-stop research solution for specialists in computer and Internet law that brings together the resources of CCH, Aspen Publishers and Kluwer Law International in the integrated electronic environment of the CCH Internet Research NetWork. The Computer and Internet Law Integrated Library covers the full range of computer and Internet law issues with analytical, primary source and current awareness information. CCH, Aspen Publishers, Kluwer Law International and Loislaw are part of Wolters Kluwer Law & Business.
“With nearly 20 years of in-depth coverage of computer law, the Wolters Kluwer Law & Business group had an enormous amount of expert content available to build this library,” said Wolters Kluwer Law & Business Product Manager Sharon Kube. “This library pulls together all the content – cases, expert analysis and forms – that practitioners in the field will find indispensable.”
The Library consists of a core of primary source and analytical materials augmented by news and current commentary. Optional content additions allow subscribers to extend their coverage to specialty areas such as copyright, patent licensing, publishing, outsourcing, electronic discovery and telecommunications.
Primary Source & Analytical Materials
- CCH Guide to Computer Law is the premier resource covering intellectual property, software licensing, computer crime, Internet issues, e-commerce, privacy and security, with comprehensive coverage of ever-changing laws and regulations and significant court decisions. It includes a searchable database of computer law cases dating back to 1982.
- Law of the Internet, by George B. Delta and Jeffrey H. Matsuura, provides coverage of the legal disciplines influenced by the Internet, with special focus on electronic commerce and online contracts; privacy and network security; intellectual property; and online content management.
- Law of Electronic Commerce, by Jane Kaufman Winn and Benjamin Wright, is a guide to the business, technology and legal issues involved in electronic commerce, with coverage of technologies and business models; domain name conflicts and shrink-wrap agreements; security; traditional contract principles in the electronic environment; electronic records in litigation; recordkeeping; liability of service providers; confidentiality and control of data; and state and federal regulation of electronic markets.
- Drafting Internet Agreements, by Gregory J. Battersby and Charles W. Grimes, Editors, is a comprehensive collection of more than 50 sample agreements, practice tips and checklists organized by type of Internet transaction.
- Scott on Computer Law, by Michael D. Scott, addresses the legal principles governing computer technology and how they are applied, covering topics such as p rotection of intellectual property rights, computer contracting issues, international transactions, tort law, computer crime, constitutional law and evidence.
- Scott on Multimedia Law , by Michael D. Scott, lays out the legal framework for the development, marketing, distribution and licensing of multimedia products with coverage of d omain names, copyright, moral rights, patents, trademarks, trade names, trade secrets, international aspects of IP rights, titles, characters, rights of publicity, right of privacy, defamation, unfair competition, employment agreements, development agreements, distribution agreements and licensing issues for incorporated materials.
News and Commentary
- The Computer & Internet Lawyer, Ronald L. Johnston, Editor-in-Chief, is a popular monthly journal with articles written by practicing attorneys who specialize in internet law, providing guidance for resolving problems that face manufacturers, developers, distributors and users of computer, telecommunication and online products and services.
- Journal of Internet Law, Mark Radcliffe, Editor-in-Chief and Robert Hale II, Executive Editor, is a monthly journal designed to keep readers on top of the latest developments in cyberspace law with detailed analysis of the latest cases and regulatory changes and their impact on their clients’ businesses.
- Computer & Internet News Tracker is an e-mail service that alerts subscribers to proposed federal and state legislation, new court cases, enforcement actions and international developments, with links to source documents.
- The Computer & Internet Advance Release Documents feature will contain the text of new and proposed legislation, court decisions and other important official documents, posted as they are released.
- Perle & Williams on Publishing Law by E. Gabriel Perle, John Taylor Williams and Mark A. Fischer;
- Scott on Outsourcing Law and Practice by Michael D. Scott;
- International Encyclopaedia of Laws: Cyber Law by Jos Dumortier;
- CCH Copyright Law Reporter;
- Drafting Technology Patent License Agreements by Michael J. Lennon;
- Electronic Discovery: Law and Practice by Adam Cohen and David Lender; and
- Federal Telecommunications Law by Peter W. Huber, Michael K. Kellogg and John Thorne.
For More Information
For more information or to order the CCH Computer and Internet Law Integrated Library, call 1-888-224-7377 (1-888-CCH-REPS) to speak with a sales representative.
About Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
Wolters Kluwer Law & Business is a leading provider of research products and software solutions in key specialty areas for legal and business professionals, as well as casebooks and study aids for law students. Its major brands include Aspen Publishers, CCH, Kluwer Law International and Loislaw. Its markets include law firms, law schools, corporate counsel and professionals requiring legal and compliance information. Wolters Kluwer Law & Business, a unit of Wolters Kluwer, is based in New York City and Riverwoods, Ill.
Wolters Kluwer is a leading multinational publisher and information services company. The company’s core markets are spread across the health, corporate services, finance, tax, accounting, law, regulatory and education sectors. Wolters Kluwer has annual revenues (2005) of €3.4 billion, employs approximately 18,400 people worldwide and maintains operations across Europe, North America and Asia Pacific. Wolters Kluwer is headquartered in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Its shares are quoted on the Euronext Amsterdam (WKL) and are included in the AEX and Euronext 100 indices. For more information, see www.wolterskluwer.com.
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