Computer and Internet Law Integrated Library


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Executives today expect their corporate counsel to advise them on all aspects of computer and Internet regulations the same as they do with traditional business issues. The Computer and Internet Law Integrated Library provides a complete, one-stop research solution in computer and Internet law, including eight CCH and Aspen brand products in the core library, plus an additional seven products available as add-ons. It covers the full range of Internet and computer law issues with analytical, primary source material delivering unparalleled depth and breadth of coverage, as well as current developments thanks to an email-based news "Tracker". It offers fast, convenient linking between primary source material and treatise material, plus advanced CCH search functionality that lets you search by topic database, key-word or citation across the entire product offering. All in all, the Library puts the computer law answers you need right in your hands with greater speed, accuracy and convenience than ever before.

The Computer and Internet Law Integrated Library features the following products in the core library:

  • CCH's Guide to Computer Law
  • Drafting Internet Agreements
  • Law of Electronic Commerce
  • Law of the Internet
  • Scott on Computer Law
  • Scott on Multimedia Law
  • Journal of Internet Law
  • Computer and Internet Lawyer

Plus, it offers the following products as add-ons:

  • CCH's Copyright Law Reporter
  • Drafting Technology Patent License Agreements
  • Electronic Discovery: Law and Practice
  • Federal Telecommunications Law
  • Perle and Williams on Publishing Law
  • Scott on Outsourcing Law and Practice
  • Kluwer Law International's International Encyclopaedia of Laws: Cyber Law

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