Encyclopedia of E-Commerce Law
General Editor: Robert Carolina
The Encyclopedia of E-Commerce Law, is a 2 volume looseleaf work that deals with all the most important aspects of e-commerce and its legal implications. Including detailed commentary on all areas, the work examines taxation, consumer and regulatory law, data protection, ISP liability, domain names and intellectual property, among other areas of discussion.
- A major new reference work that covers all the most important areas of e-commerce law
- Examines the impact on the law of developments such as The Electronic Communications Act and the EU Electronic Commerce Directive and the Brussels and Rome Conventions
- Contains practical commentary
- Written by a variety of experts from practitioners at large city firms, IT litigators and academics
- 3 releases a year provide up-to-date information on an area that is undergoing rapid development.