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Monday, January 27, 2014
Treatise Spotlight: Law of Electronic Commerce, 4th

 Title: Law of Electronic Commerce, 4th

Author: Jane Kaufman Winn and Benjamin Wright

Publisher: Aspen Publishers

Last Update: 2014-1 supplement


The volume of trade done through electronic media continues to skyrocket, and the law evolves at a staggering rate. To keep pace with all the new cases, statutes, proposals, commentaries, and model laws, there is no better resource than the Law of Electronic Commerce - your guide to the implications of communications technology for commercial law and transactions.

The Fourth Edition has been completely revised to reflect the explosive growth of the internet and the one-to-many network model that has replaced older forms of electronic commerce. You'll find practice pointers and in-depth, up-to-the-minute analysis of:

  • Electronic contracting
  • Electronic Payments and Lending
  • Intellectual property rights and rights in data
  • Privacy and collections of data
  • E-business regulation, including antitrust, trade practices, securities and banking
  • Taxation of electronic commerce
  • Computer crime and computer security
  • Electronic records in litigation, including authentication and the best evidence rule
  • Employer liability and electronic communications in the workplace
  • Developing a records management program
  • Liability of service providers
  • and much more

(description taken from publisher's website)

Posted By Alicia at 12:05 PM

Thursday, January 9, 2014
Research Tip: How to Trace Federal Legislation-A Research Guide

There's a great post up today on In Custodia Legis, the blog of the Law Librarians of Congress, titled How to Trace Federal Legislation - A Research Guide.

Any given provision in the current U.S. Code may be the product of multiple acts passed over a long period of time. So, how do you unpack the provision and discover the different acts that gave rise to a particular section of the Code? Tracing legislation from the Code back to the bills, public laws, and Statutes at Large that created it may seem daunting for the uninitiated, but we hope this research guide will help simplify the process.


Posted By Alicia at 12:05 PM