Sookman: Computer, Internet and Electronic Commerce Law (2000-2012)
Sookman: Computer, Internet and Electronic Commerce Law reflects the author’s familiarity not only with the law but also with the industry itself. As the industry has expanded and grown in complexity so has the law, and, so has Sookman. From a single volume as first published in 1989 to the present six volumes of detailed, comprehensive coverage, Sookman: Computer, Internet and Electronic Commerce Law provides the only current source of Canadian information with significant international developments that comprehensively analyzes IP/Tech legal issues. The continued growth of the Internet as a means of doing business ensures that eventually there will be no “e” in eCommerce, and almost any practitioner advising commercial clients will need to have an understanding of this law.
As the foremost Canadian authority on IP/IT law, Sookman is frequently referred to and applied by the courts.
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Intellectual Property Law in Canada: Cases and Commentary (2nd ed. 2013)
McCarthy Tétrault partners Barry Sookman, Steven Mason and Dan Glover draw on their extensive expertise in intellectual property law to shed light on this complex area of the law in their newest book, Intellectual Property Law in Canada: Cases and Commentary.
This edition will be of particular interest to private practitioners, in-house lawyers, law students, law professors and librarians. The authors have selected the important cases in IP law, including very recent cases from the Supreme Court of Canada and other appellant courts, to provide the most up to date and instructive set of materials on IP law in Canada.
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Copyright: Cases and Commentary on the Canadian and International Law (2009).
McCarthy Tétrault partners Barry Sookman and Steven Mason illustrate the challenges, concepts and approaches to copyright issues in their newly released casebook Copyright: Cases and Commentary on the Canadian and International Law. The authors draw on their experience in numerous high-profile intellectual property cases to show how copyright operates within various national legal systems and plays an important role in the creation and dissemination of valuable intellectual property assets.
Aimed at law students, law professors, librarians and practitioners, the casebook includes extracts from leading cases in both Canadian and international jurisprudence, and explains copyright matters to a broad audience through carefully selected court opinions and insightful commentary.
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Computer, Internet and Electronic Commerce Terms: Judicial, Legislative and Technical Definitions (2001-2012)
This dictionary contains technical and legal definitions of terms commonly used in association with the computer and Internet industry. This resource has an international scope, drawing definitions from Canadian, U.S., U.K. and European cases, statutes, and regulations. Often multiple definitions for the same terms are provided based on the caselaw or usage in different jurisdictions for different purposes. Drawn from the glossary in Sookman: Computer, Internet and Electronic Commerce Law, the dictionary is published annually.
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