The Legal Guide to Developing, Protecting, and Marketing Software
Dealing With Problems Raised by Customers, Competitors, and EmployeesBook - 1986
The first one-volume collection of software law, this reference is written for non-lawyers, yet provides the detailed citations required by lawyers or others seeking further information. The Computer Software REference Manual explains the underlying legal concepts, such as copyright, trade secret, and trademark--and analyzes their impact on the software industry. Those involved in the development, protection or marketing of computer software will find this book a valuable source of easy to read and practical legal analysis. Includes an extensive appendix containing checklists, legal forms, and sample contracts.
Publisher: New York : Wiley, c1986
Characteristics: xix, 437 p. : ill. ; 24 cm