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Computer Technology Law Report ®

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What this service is:

Keep on top of legal developments in liability and insurance coverage issues relating to computers — from network security to packaging and protecting digital assets — with Computer Technology Law Report, the most authoritative, objective new publication in this emerging practice area.

What it helps you do:

  • Insure against cyber-risks. Manage insurance for digital assets and risks, and identify emerging sources of recovery for computer-related losses.
  • Protect your clients. Keep up with groundbreaking legislation and be prepared to comply with new regulations.
  • Develop sound legal strategies by following ongoing litigation and the latest court decisions.
  • Learn who's liable when servers fail, which states are setting standards, and other answers to key questions.
  • Practice on the cutting edge with comprehensive, in-depth coverage of major legal issues affecting the computer technology industry. Better understand related areas of the law.
  • Avoid information overload, techno-jargon, or cyber-hype with objective, plain-English news coverage.
  • Reap the benefits of legal expertise. The Report is backed by the industry's most distinguished advisory board of computer law experts.
Product Structure

Notification: current reports providing news and developments

Formats and Frequency

Print and Web notification formats are issued and available twice-monthly. Print current reports are indexed every four months, cumulating annually. Web current reports are archived to 5/05/2000. E-mail summaries, providing the highlights and table of contents for each report, with URLs to full text articles and documents are also available.

  • Antitrust issues
  • Computer technology exports
  • Contract liability
  • Copyright protection
  • Defective hardware and software products
  • Design patents
  • Digital assets
  • Insurance coverage for computer-related liabilities
  • Network security
  • "Open source" software licensing and development
  • Patent protection
  • Reverse engineering
  • Software licensing
  • Software piracy
  • Tort liability
  • Trademark protection
  • Uniform Computer Transaction Act