||Internet Law & Business
Click here to download the July 2013 issue.
"Every business that wants to survive is going to be a digital business."
Robert Shapiro, Under Secretary
U.S. Department of Commerce
"The key to survival is not to understand certain things in minute detail but to comprehend everything well enough to make wise decisions."
Scientist and Author
Internet Law & Business is our newest publication, an unusually comprehensive, analytical and interesting tool. Whereas most legal newsletters provide scattered pieces of information, our goal is to concisely integrate legal, business and technical information so you will understand your client's best options for buying and selling globally over the web.
This publication is not just a newsletter: It is a monthly 100-page multi-media publication that is part newsletter and part magazine:
- Like a newsletter, we feature case summaries and analysis (see enclosed sample); moreover, we publish briefs and transcripts of oral arguments in key cases.
- Like a magazine, we publish articles and roundtable discussions on important topics. For example, our premiere issue featured a roundtable discussion with advertising consultants and lawyers on how your clients can create the most cost-effective websites and ads without infringing on the trademarks or privacy of others. Our January issue contains a seminar on global branding and our June issue a forum by scholars and practitioners on ICANN arbitration decisions.
Our Editor-in-Chief is uniquely qualified to analyze and integrate the information you need: Professor Tiller has published articles on issues of cyberlaw and intellectual property. He often will read the briefs and speak to the advocates before reporting the decisions; similarly, he will consult with experts before explaining the technical and marketing considerations that underlie the cases.
We are not newcomers to these subjects. Our 20-year-old sister publication, the Computer Law Reporter, has earned the subscriptions of organizations such as Compaq Computer, Texas Instruments, Microsoft Corp., Harvard Law School and a who's who of national law firms.
If you wish to subscribe, we can deliver our service to you via hardcopy, e-mail, or both. The cost is $1950 per year. The e-mail edition is delivered as a PDF attachment that requires Adobe®'s free Acrobat® Reader and contains links to all of the opinions reported in the issue. (You can download the reader without charge at http://www.adobe.com) With this option you will receive prompt notification of important decisions and events in advance of our monthly publication dates. (You may print out the e-mail edition but may only forward it to persons at your office address.)