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Electronic Commerce

ISBN-10: 0735579210
ISBN-13: 9780735579217
Edition: 3rd 2008 (Revised)
Authors: Ronald J. Mann
List price: $154.00
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Description: Electronic Commerce, Third Edition, takes a practical, practice-oriented approach To The study of e-commerce. Author Ronald Mann, well-known commercial law scholar who recently served as Reporter for revisions to UCC Articles 3, 4, and 4A,  More...

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Book details

List price: $154.00
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
Publication date: 11/12/2008
Binding: Hardcover
Size: 7.25" wide x 10.25" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 3.146
Language: English

Electronic Commerce, Third Edition, takes a practical, practice-oriented approach To The study of e-commerce. Author Ronald Mann, well-known commercial law scholar who recently served as Reporter for revisions to UCC Articles 3, 4, and 4A, de-mystifies the technology surrounding e-commerce with clear language and a problem-based pedagogy. The text is structured around the hypothetical representation of a technology company, giving students a preview of how principles and strategies work in the real world. Among the features that make this text so accessible and illuminating : lucid and concise reading assignments, that use nontechnical language whenever possible explanations about need-to-know technology that are clear and easily understood exercises that illustrate current issues in e-commerce practice coverage of important commercial law topics, such as click-through contracts, cybersquatting, web site development, software licensing, and electronic payments dozens of discrete assignments that allow for concentration on specific areas of interest extensive Teacher's Manual that provides answers to assignments in the book and a companion web site (www.mann-ecommerce.com) that complements and enriches printed materials the Third Edition has been thoroughly updated and reorganized to focus on current issues. New materials include : the latest on spyware and a new assignment on potential liability for internet-based intermediaries (including edited versions of the Perfect 10 cases) in-depth analysis of important landmark cases such as the Supreme Court opinion in Grokster And The Ninth Circuit en banc opinion in Yahoo! v. UEJF numerous new opinions in a variety of areas, including cybergriping ( Lamparello v. Falwell ), CAN-SPAM ( Omega World Travel v. Mummagraphics ), CDA ( FHC v. Roommates.com ), and clickwrap ( Wachter ) updated problem sets that reflect advances in technology and practice If you are looking for a text that explains the nuances of e-commerce in lucid, practical terms, while presenting electronic transactions squarely in the context of modern commercial law, be sure to examine the new edition of Electronic Commerce.

Ronald A. Mann received his J.D. from the University of Texas where he graduated first in his class and was the managing editor of the Texas Law Review. After graduation, he clerked for judges on the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit and the United States Supreme Court. After three years in private practice, he worked for the Justice Department for four years as an Assistant to the Solicitor General. Before joining the Texas faculty in 2003, he taught for six years at the University of Michigan and for three years at Washington University in St Louis.

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Setting Up Shop on the Internet
Protecting Information
Transactions in Electronic Commerce
Electronic Payments
Lending in the Information Age
Financing the Technology Company
The History and Technology of Internet Addresses and Domain
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