Our guide addresses issues that every business executive and their legal counsel should know and monitor on a continual basis.
North Vancouver, B.C., Canada (PRWEB) February 11, 2014
Specialty Technical Publishers, premier North American publisher of audit, compliance and risk solutions, today announced the re-launch of Internet Law: The Complete Guide, the ultimate reference for the rapidly changing field of Internet law and regulation. It will be regularly updated several times a year in order to remain the most current guide available.
Internet Law explains how important issues (including Commercial and Personal Law) affect all forms of business and includes chapters on all aspects of regulation including:
- Privacy issues
- Practicing law online
- Individual rights.
The Internet's increasingly vital role in all aspects of business presents challenges for both industry and regulators alike. Internet Law is used by corporate counsel, lawyers, law professors and their students, Internet service providers, bloggers, social network operators, web designers, web training consultants, systems integration consultants, and government officials and employees to name but a few.
A sample chapter of the book is available here.
Steve Britten, Acting-President of Specialty Technical Publishers, notes, “The Internet has permeated virtually every aspect of our lives and has become a vital business tool. Our guide addresses issues that every business executive and their legal counsel should know and monitor on a continual basis. That is the beauty of our system of regular updates: our authors address key issues with the expertise they possess by virtue of being at the forefront of changes as they happen.”
Internet Law: The Complete Guide is written by experts and has three contributing authors delivering expanded content in this dynamic and ever-litigious field. The three authors are John R. Levine, Christina S. Loza and Brett J. Trout. All three are internet law experts who bring many years of combined expertise in the practical application of Internet law to real world problems.
John R. Levine writes, speaks and consults on the Internet, electronic mail, cyber security, and related topics. He is the author of many books on the Internet, including The Internet for Dummies, and co-founded the Domain Assurance Council, a non-profit industry consortium that establishes standards for email certification and security.
Christina S. Loza is the managing partner of Loza & Loza, LLP, and is a registered Patent Attorney. She brings to Internet Law experience in all areas of intellectual property law including trademarks, patents, copyrights, trade secrets, domain name disputes, Internet law, eBay dispute resolution, and IP licensing, counselling and litigation.
Brett J. Trout teaches, writes and advises on intellectual property law, information technology, and other computer-related legal issues, and is the author of CyberLaw: A Legal Arsenal for Online Business.
Specialty Technical Publishers produces technical resource guides covering environmental, health & safety, transportation, accounting, business practices, standards and law, offering comprehensive guidance on key compliance and regulatory issues. STP is a division of Glacier Media Inc., a Canadian information communications company that provides primary and essential information in print, electronic and online media.