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by anonymous   2017-08-20

I think Legal Guide to Web & Software Development by Stephen Fishman Attorney is what you're looking for.

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An amazing book! Answers nearly every legal question you can imagine and some you would have never thought of. -- John Dvorak, PC Magazine

Covers every imaginable detail important to such a rapidly growing and intangible medium. -- Entrepreneur

This book passes my own personal test for legal guides --with higher marks than any other legal guide. -- Jeff Duntemann, Editor, PC Techniques Magazine

Product Description

Protect your rights, and your hard work!

The laws covering website and software development are complex and confusing, but if you don't untangle them, it could cost you thousands of dollars in attorneys' fees and lawsuits.

Fortunately, Legal Guide to Web & Software Development decodes this complex area of the law, thoroughly and in reader-friendly English. It also provides contracts, agreements and legal forms on CD-ROM, with step-by-step instructions for filling them out, so you can protect your software and website without paying a lawyer's ransom.

Use Legal Guide to Web & Software Development to learn:

  • what kind of legal protection you need
  • the strengths and limitations of each type of protection
  • how to avoid infringement
  • which provisions you need when drafting an agreement
  • how to obtain permission to use other people's materials

You'll find complete, step-by-step instructions to draft:

  • employment agreements
  • contractor and consultant agreements
  • development agreements
  • license agreements

The 5th edition of Legal Guide to Web & Software Development is completely updated to provide the latest case law and statutory revisions.

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