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The GigaLaw Guide to Internet Law
Book Overview (condensed, from the author)
Published by Random House, The GigaLaw Guide to Internet Law is a user-friendly guide to the legal issues relevant to conducting business online. Clearly written and without any confusing legalese, the book is useful to both lawyers and non-lawyers alike.
The GigaLaw Guide to Internet Law covers nearly every aspect of Internet law in 35 chapters. Plus, it includes hundreds of hyperlinks to websites for further reading of important cases, codes, news articles and more.
About the Author
Doug Isenberg is an attorney and the founder of GigaLaw.com. A former news reporter and magazine editor, Isenberg practices intellectual property, technology and Internet law. He also writes regularly about Internet law, including columns that have been published by The Wall Street Journal Online, CNET News.com and Internet World magazine (some of which are available on GigaLaw.com). He wrote a special report on copyright law and the Internet for the 2002 edition of the World Book Year Book.
Isenberg is licensed to practice law in the state of Georgia and is an elected officer of the State Bar of Georgia's Intellectual Property Law Section. His legal clients include technology, media and other companies of all sizes. He holds a bachelor's degree in political science from Washington University and a law degree (cum laude) from Georgia State University College of Law.
Isenberg lives with his wife and son in Atlanta.
- Book Review: The GigaLaw Guide to Internet Law
- Andy King reviews the title in the October 24, 2002 version of the WebReference Update.
- Interview: Doug Isenberg
- The author chats with Andy King about GigaLaw.com, trademarks, cybersquatting, and other Internet legality issues.
- The author's Web site is home to both legal news and helpful how-to (or how-NOT-to) articles on a vast array of issues. It is also home to the companion site for this book.
- Avoiding Legal Trouble When Registering Domain Names
- From the September 28, 2000 edition of the WebReference Update. In this response to a previously posted WebReference article, "Cybersquatting," trademark searching, and generic domain name registration are among the issues discussed.
- Accessible Sites
- Isenberg joins Web gurus Jeffrey Zeldman and Jakob Nielsen in a round table discussion of the legal and design issues surrounding Web site accessibility. From the WebReference Update.
Created: October 28, 2002
Revised: October 28, 2002