Legal aspects of managing technology, 4th ed
Legal aspects of managing technology, 4th ed.
West legal studies in business academic series
For non-law students and managers who work with technological innovations, Burgunder (business law and public policy, California Polytechnic State U., San Luis Obispo) explains issues involving intellectual property rights as well as privacy, biotechnology, e- commerce, and antitrust. Approximately 50 cases are incorporated into the discussion, which also addresses legal policies in managerial and social terms and strategic decision-making. The text does not cover telecommunications law. This edition integrates recent issues such as file-sharing controversies, changes to patent laws, privacy on the internet, trade disputes, and legal controversies involving Google and the Blackberry system.
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