E-contracts

Editor: Susan Singleton
ISBN: 9781845928452

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About E-contracts

Updated four times a year, E-contracts keeps you fully up-to-date with key legislative and legal developments. It provides a comprehensive collection of contracts, policies and notices for e-business, with a full practical commentary provided throughout, and covers both the client and supplier perspective. Contents include: an introduction to e-contracts; wesbsite development and services; fora and chat rooms; advertising, branding and promotion; end user internet access; internet selling; employment; journal/content access; notice; software licences; content provision; framing agreements; and freedom of information.Written by a leading expert in this rapidly changing field and including over 40 precedents ranging from a website hosting... Read more

About E-contracts

Updated four times a year, E-contracts keeps you fully up-to-date with key legislative and legal developments. It provides a comprehensive collection of contracts, policies and notices for e-business, with a full practical commentary provided throughout, and covers both the client and supplier perspective.
Contents include: an introduction to e-contracts; wesbsite development and services; fora and chat rooms; advertising, branding and promotion; end user internet access; internet selling; employment; journal/content access; notice; software licences; content provision; framing agreements; and freedom of information.
Written by a leading expert in this rapidly changing field and including over 40 precedents ranging from a website hosting agreement to a shopping ‘mall’ operating agreement to an internet development software agreement to a web advertising and promotion aagreement, E-contracts is for anyone involved in the drafting of e-contracts whether an established business or a start-up.

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ISBN: 9781845928452
Edition: 1st
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