AUTHORS: Burgunder, Lee B. - ©2004
Legal Aspects of Managing Technology is designed for managers who work with innovations in any technological field. The book focuses substantial attention on the wide range of controversial issues regarding intellectual property rights, but covers all other key technology law topics as well, such as privacy, biotechnology, e-commerce and antitrust. The text examines legal policies from managerial and social perspectives, and it addresses strategic decisions within the international context. The book also uses hypothetical and real-world thread cases to show students how to critically think about legal choices as new topics are introduced. The result is a text that provides a seamless combination of critical elements: It focuses on integral technology law topics, analyzes the most current and interesting issues, engages readers in controversial and important social issues, and demonstrates the public policy process.
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