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E-Commerce Law: A Handbook for Business

by: Alston, N; Curran, M; Frost, S; Ganopolsky, O; Graham, C; Hall, M; Hughes, G; Jordan, R; Napoli, J; Scott, B; Stals, G; St Clair, D; Thorp, S; Tyree, A; Willmott, N

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Publisher: ,2003/12/30


ISBN: 0409319619
ISBN13: 9780409319613

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The task of managing a business in today's commercial climate is by no means an easy feat. Whether it be issues relating to employment, the delivery of goods or expanding your client base, the list of legal and financial concerns is endless. Transporting your business into the virtual world adds a new dimension to traditional business practices, introducing an entirely different set of challenges to contend with.

  The intangible nature of this forum not only redefines business relationships and practices, it also exposes online operators to a different set of risks and liabilities. Issues such as contract negotiation, tax compliance and protecting company ideas, for example, have taken on an added complexity, while concepts such as e-security and online fraud have introduced an entirely new field of regulation altogether.

  Be it a sole operator or large corporation conducting their business online, the world of electronic commerce is an unquestionably challenging domain. The rate with which laws regulating its operation are being introduced and redefined can simply render it a overwhelming experience.

  E-Commerce Law A Handbook for Business addresses the issues affecting online business in a straightforward, practical manner. In addition to discussing relevant legal developments and obligations, this work includes procedures and policies that businesses can implement to actively manage risks. The contributing authors are leaders in their respective fields, drawing on a wealth of knowledge and experience to provide succinct, purposeful information that can be readily utilised in any business context.

  Also incorporating real case examples, checklists and summary notes, E-Commerce Law: A Handbook for Business provides a straightforward, yet comprehensive insight into your rights and responsibilities in the ever-expanding world of e-commerce.