An essential tool for the modern lawyer, containing detailed analysis on all aspects of Information Technology law, the Encyclopedia of Information Technology Law:
- Analyses topics such as the admissibility of computer evidence, compliance with the rules on data protection, capital allowances for investment in software, and the problems of transferring software licences on the sale of a business
- Shares the experience and expertise of a team of experts drawn from the leading city firms as well as prominent academics
- Includes UK and EC legislation in comprehensive appendices
- Provides access to the very latest developments through three updating releases a year
Forthcoming releases will update chapters on competition law, data protection and intellectual property law.