Description : "This book is the New Zealand title on cyber-law and the internet. It explores the impact of the internet on jurisdictions and analyses the effects of the technology on copyright, tortious liability, evidence and criminal law"--Publisher information.
Description : The book has been written for 'Business Laws' Paper of the MBA Programme, Semester-II examination of the Gautam Buddh Technical University in accordance with its new syllabus, effective from the academic year 2013-14. Its contents have been largely extracted from the author's reputed title 'Business Legislation for Management' which has gained tremendous readership over the years. This book presents the subject matter tailor-made, as per the revised course structure of the Paper, to enable the students to possess a textbook which caters to their needs in full. The book has been organized into six units, namely, Law of Contract, Law of Partnership and Law of Sale of Goods, Law of Negotiable Instruments, Company Law and Law of Consumer Protection, Law of Information Technology, and Law of Right to Information. Key Features • Quotes Indian and English cases at appropriate places with a view to ensure necessary authenticity and clarity on the subject. • Includes text questions and practical problems with hints and solutions in each chapter to enable students to evaluate their understanding of the subject • Explains complicated provisions in easily comprehensible language with the help of illustrations and analogies
Description : This guide explains the law and regulation in the UK as it applies to the Internet. The text is designed to help practitioners not only to identify the practical legal questions likely to arise, but also how to deal with them effectively.
Description : The world of Internet law is constantly changing and is difficult to follow, even for those for whom doing so is a full-time job. This updated, everything-you-need-to-know reference removes the uncertainty.
Description : Business Legislation for Management is meant for students of business management, who need to be familiar with business laws and company law in their future role as managers. The book explains these laws in a simple and succinct manner, making the students sufficiently aware of the scope of these laws so that they are able to operate their businesses within their legal confines. The book approaches the subject in a logical way, so that even a student with no legal background is able to understand it. The book is the outcome of the authors' long experience of teaching business law and company law to students pursuing undergraduate and postgraduate courses at the University of Delhi. This, in fact, has made it possible for them to write on law without the use of legal jargon; thus ensuring that even the most complicated provisions of various legislations are explained in an easily comprehensible manner. This new edition of the book has been thoroughly updated, revised and expanded keeping in mind the requirements of diverse syllabuses of various universities. New in this Edition • Laws of Intellectual Property Rights that include Patents Act, 1970, Copyright Act, 1957, Trade Marks Act, 1999, and Designs Act, 2000 • Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999 • Competition Act, 2002 Salient Features • Unfolds intricate points of law to solve intriguing questions • Elucidates practical implications of law through a large number of illustrations
Description : Completely revised and updated, the new fourth edition of this popular text takes an in-depth look at the social costs and moral problems that have arisen by the ever expanded use of the internet, and offers up-to-date legal and philosophical perspectives. It focuses heavily on content control and free speech, intellectual property, privacy and security, and features new content on blogging and social networking. Case studies throughout offer real-life scenarios and include coverage of numerous hot topics. In the process of examinging current issues, the text identifies some of the legal disputes that will likely set the standard for future cases.