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April 2002’s Book Briefs

'Internet Law for the Business Lawyer'
How does a company structure an e-business model to ensure compliance with customs and export regulations? Do established principles of determining jurisdictions apply to the Internet? How does a company avoid infringement of intellectual property rights on the Internet? What differences are there between U.S. and European treatments of privacy?
The answers to these and other questions are in "Internet Law for the Business Lawyer," published by the American Bar Association's Business Law Section. This reference addresses legal issues a general practitioner is likely to face in supporting clients doing business on the Web. Each chapter provides analysis of the relevant legislation, regulation and case law.
The cost of this 555-page paperback is $125 and can be ordered by calling (800) 285-2221.
BNA publishes trade secrets supplement The 50 states and the District of Columbia apply a wide variety of state-specific definitions, requirements and court findings to trade-secret litigation. Practitioners can track important developments with the "2001 Cumulative Supplement" to "Trade Secrets: A State-by- State Survey," published by BNA Books, a division of The Bureau of National Affairs.
"Trade Secrets" offers in-depth analysis of each state's statutory and common law protection for trade secrets and other confidential business information, in and out of the employment context. Multi-state finding lists streamline research, allowing quick review of differences among the states.
The "2001 Cumulative Supplement" updates case law and legislative developments. It includes such topics as: accidental/inadvertent disclosure, attorneys (disqualification), common law/statutory law interplay, defamation, demurrer, interpleader, patent law issues, and personal liability of corporate directors.
For cost and ordering information, call (800) 960-1220 or visit www.bnabooks.com.
Aspen publishes guide to licensing and IP law terminology "Licensing and Intellectual Property Law Desk Reference," available from Aspen Law & Business, combines the features of a legal glossary, handbook and desk reference into a single volume that covers every legal and technical topic in licensing and IP law today, including copyright, contracts, licensing, mask works, patent, right of publicity, trademark, unfair competition, trade secret, technology, business, organization and jurisdiction. For cost information or to order, call (800) 638-8437 or visit www.aspenpublishers.com.

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