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  • Information Technology Litigation: Law and Analysis

  • Information Technology Litigation: Law and Analysis

    Barry G. Felder, Frederick L. Whitmer, Jeffrey P. Weingart

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“A useful resource for practitioners and law firm libraries that need to stay as up-to-date as possible.”Legal Information Alert

Litigating IT-related disputes successfully requires attorneys to stay current with both the latest technological developments and the constant flow of cases dealing with them. This multidisciplinary guide focuses on legal issues relating to software, digital content, and electronic data.

Information Technology Litigation: Law and Analysis examines fundamental and advanced aspects of litigation involving information technology, including: pre-suit strategic considerations in light of the fast pace of the IT industry; IT-related copyright litigation, including computer software infringement, online infringement, file sharing, and Digital Millennium Copyright Act violations; patent litigation, including software/business method patents, proving infringement, Markman hearings and claim construction; IT-specific actions for trademark violations; trade secret misappropriation lawsuits and preventive policies; laws relating to online privacy, data security and fraud; electronic discovery; alternative dispute resolution; and emerging areas.

The authors examine the pleading requirements, remedies and affirmative defenses for a wide variety of actions. With its emphasis on how the law is currently applied, Information Technology Litigation: Law and Analysis is an especially valuable resource for practitioners.

Book #00691; looseleaf, one volume, 696 pages; published in 2008, updated as needed; no additional charge for updates during your subscription. Looseleaf print subscribers receive supplements. The online edition is updated automatically. ISBN: 978-1-58852-146-0.

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