Author: Brett J. Trout Esq.ISBN 1-58939-728-6 (softcover)
ISBN 1-58939-729-3 (hardcover)
What company does not use the Internet to do business? Unfortunately, out of the millions of companies online, only a handful understands the hundreds of Internet laws that can bring their thriving business to a screeching halt. Whether it is a security issue or a problem with a website developer, Internet Laws Affecting Your Company gives you the tools to keep your business on firm legal footing and out of the courtroom.
From email to intellectual property, Internet Laws Affecting Your Company guides you and your company seamlessly through the expanding maze of Internet law and regulation. Each chapter highlights a specific legal issue using a simple, easy to read approach. Chapters highlight common problems facing your company, and provide quick and simple solutions to keep you out of harm's way.
Written in clear, easy to understand language, Internet Laws Affecting Your Company serves as a handy desk reference on how various laws impact your everyday business activities on the Internet. In many cases, a quick glance at this invaluable reference will prevent your company from becoming another one of the thousands of Internet casualties.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Brett Trout is a registered patent attorney and past president of the Iowa Intellectual Property Law Association. He is the current Chair of the Iowa State Bar Association Technology Committee and author of the book Internet Laws Affecting Iowa Companies. Mr. Trout is also a contributing author to the American Bar Association's book, The e-Business Legal Arsenal: Practitioner Agreements and Checklists. He practices in the areas of Patents, Trademarks, Copyrights, Software Licensing and eCommerce compliance. His practice also includes federal litigation of Intellectual Property and Complex Technology issues. Mr. Trout has drafted and prosecuted hundreds of trademark and patent applications before the United States Patent and Trademark Office. He specializes in drafting and negotiating software and complex technology licensing agreements, guiding clients through the numerous intricacies of these highly specialized areas of the law. His practice covers intellectual property protection and consultation for clients across the country, and he is a frequent lecturer on all aspects of intellectual property and information technology legal issues.
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