Emerging Technologies and the Law: Forms and Analysis


Cross-technology transactions bring up complex legal issues related to entertainment, publishing, computer technology, finance, securities, healthcare, insurance, and communications law. Emerging Technologies and the Law: Forms and Analysis, from Law Journal Pressfocuses on the legal issues created when content publishers, entertainment and media companies, communications companies, and computer hardware and software companies work together to create new technology products. This title aims to help attorneys respond quickly and efficiently when handling content-based information technology transactions.

Chapters include  "Product Development Agreements", "Trademark Law and the Development of Emerging Technology Products", "Rights of Privacy and Publicity; Defamation", and "Joint Ventures in Emerging Technologies". There are several helpful checklists for such topics as emerging technology and copyright analysis, trade secrets, and patents. This set also includes approximately 100 forms which cover licensing agreements, product development agreements, distribution agreements, and much more!

Emerging Technologies and the Law: Forms and Analysis is available in the Internet & Technology library in Law Journal Press*. 

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