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by Lee B. Burgunder

Free eBook Legal Aspects of Managing Technology (West Legal Studies in Business Academic Series) download ISBN: 0324399731
Author: Lee B. Burgunder
Publisher: South-Western College/West; 4 edition (July 10, 2006)
Language: English
Pages: 704
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Legal Aspects of Managing. has been added to your Cart. Professor Burgunder is recognized as a "Distinguished Teacher" at Cal Poly, and is a pioneer in developing technology law courses for undergraduate and graduate programs.

Legal Aspects of Managing. He has published numerous articles on intellectual property and technology law issues, and served as co-chair of the technology law section within the Academy of Legal Studies in Business. Professor Burgunder received his law degree and . from Stanford University, and practiced law at Patton, Boggs in Washington, . prior to entering academia.

Legal Aspects of Managing Technology West Legal Studies in Business Academic.

Lee B. Burgunder is professor of law and public policy at California Polytechnic State University, where he has been teaching for 25 years.

This textbook offers a comprehensive presentation of intellectual property rights and solid coverage of other key topics including ecommerce, privacy, antitrust, and biotechnology. Lee B.

West Legal Studies in Business Academic . This book is designed for businesspersons working with technological innovations in any field, including business, management, computer science, engineering, architecture, biology, or law. It focuses on integral technology law topics with substantial attention paid to the wide range of controversial issues regarding intellectual property rights, and coverage of all other key topics such as e-commerce, privacy, antitrust, and biotechnology.

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The book is organized around the three b. The book is organized around the three basic stages of the employment life cycle: hiring, managing, and firing, to better highlight the legal issues that arise within particular areas of human resource practice. См. также: Общий менеджмент. Похожие книги: Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act. Frederic P. Miller.

Whether you plan a career in management, engineering, architecture, biology, computer science, or other field that deals with innovations in any technological field, LEGAL ASPECTS OF MANAGING TECHNOLOGY will give you the understanding of the fundamental legal issues pertinent to technology management you need to competently create strategic plans in consultation with their attorneys. Up-to-date coverage focuses on integral technology law topics, including a intellectual property rights, privacy, biotechnology, e-commerce and antitrust.
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This book is the main text for the "Legal Issues in Technology" (SEIS 650) class I am taking this fall at the University of Saint Thomas, St. Paul, Minnesota.

It gives one a general overview of intellectual property rights from a technology perspective in the United States, and to some extent in the international space. In particular, one gets a basic understanding of key legal issues surrounding the protection of trade secrets, copyrights, patents, trademarks, and contractual rights pertaining to computer technology and the internet.

This is done through the study of several well written and summarized descriptions of past and current legal cases and decisions made in the United States court system, and also from the perspective of a hypothetical company CoolEdge that is the business of selling an exercise machine called Optimizer. One thing that is made very apparent is the constantly evolving nature of legal constructs and policies, and how they have had to continuously adapt along with changing aspects of technology in the United States and the rest of the world.

All of this covered in 14 chapters and 644 pages, plus two more online - which we did not cover in class. This is a general education book and very well meets it's goal of leaving the reader with an excellent understanding of the various legal issues raised by computer technology. Also with an awareness and need for everyone involved in high technology enterprises to keep abreast of developments in these areas as we continue going about meeting our business and societal goals. If there was something I did not like about the book, is that it did not have questions at the end of each chapter to test and improve one's grasp of concepts and issues discussed, or a list of further readings and references.
This book is all about cases and concepts that don’t match the cases. It is a really hard to book to keep it with, due to a lot of ambivalent concepts and example. I was asked to used this book as a grad school level, but the writing and the away to approach the subjects are definitely not at that level. It might be a good book for case studies for high schoolers however!
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The file is almost unreadable on my kindle because it will not aallow me to enlarge the font. Reading it on a computer is ok but a pain in the butt.
Had some interesting concept although dated.
Relevant enough to get through the semester, but you probably want the most current edition.
I received on time but tons of highlighted text. Overall it was great - purchased for a class and sadly we only need 3 chapters out of it so I wont be able to review the overall quality of the book.