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About the Book
This book, written by experts in the area of cyberspace law, provides the business lawyer with a toolkit for advising clients in the electronic environment. Internet law is a new way of looking at existing law in an environment that is constantly evolving, and the shift of business to the online world has also changed the way business lawyers work with their clients. With the ease of online communications, clients may exchange much written communication about a potential transaction, or easily obtain suggested forms of legal documentation, long before a lawyer is apprised of developments.
This book is designed for the business lawyer who is not yet immersed in all of the issues that arise in internet transactions and is filled with practice tips on how to avoid traps for the unwary as well as a detailed discussion of relevant cases, statutes, and regulations. The book is divided into four sets of chapters:
Fundamentals of Internet Transactions
The Substantive Law of Internet Transactions
Transaction Planning/Conducting Your Business, and
Doing Business with Canadians.
Included is a "Top Ten" list of statutes which every lawyer should be familiar with when advising clients doing business in the electronic environment, along with chapters illustrating the legal challenges that can arise in cross-border transactions. The chapters on Canadian law are written with the U.S. lawyer in mind, and they highlight important differences between U.S and Canadian law.
A must-have book for lawyers to help spot the important issues when business is conducted in the ever evolving electronic environment.