Thirty-First Selected Bibliography on Computers, Technology and the Law

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Thirty-First Selected Bibliography on Computers, Technology and the Law


(January 1998 through December 1998)

INTRODUCTION

Each year, the Journal staff provides a grouping of the most important and timely articles on virtually all areas of technology and the law. This compilation is designed to be a research guide for our readers and to assist them in gaining a greater understanding of technology issues and the law. To that end, this year's annual Bibliography contains nearly 700 articles indexed by subject matter.

Over the years, the annual Bibliography has grown to include almost every legal aspect of computers and technology. However, the Journal welcomes any suggestions about additional topics for the annual Bibliography.

INDEX

1. COMPUTER USAGE IN LAW PRACTICE
   1.0 General
   1.1 Computerized Legal Research
      1.1.0 General
      1.1.1 Online Legal Research
      1.1.2 Legal Research Using CD-ROM
   1.2 Law Office Management
      1.2.0 General
      1.2.1 Office Automation
      1.2.2 Case Management
      1.2.3 Case File Security
      1.2.4 Internet Access
   1.3 Use of Computers in Discovery and Trial
   1.4 Selected Uses in the Law Practice
      1.4.0 General
      1.4.1 Tax Filing
      1.4.2 Bankruptcy
      1.4.3 Estate Planning
      1.4.4 Real Estate
      1.4.5 Immigration
      1.4.6 Dispute Resolution
   1.5 Computers in Legal Education

2. COMPUTERS AND THE GOVERNMENT: USE AND REGULATIONS
   2.0 General
   2.1 Computers and Law Enforcement
      2.1.0 General
      2.1.1 Computers in Judicial Administration
      2.1.2 Computers in Police Operation
      2.1.3 Computers in Correctional Institutions
      2.1.4 Use of Computers in Evaluating Evidence
   2.2 Use of Computers by Federal Agencies and Departments
      2.2.0 General
      2.2.1 Government Procurement
      2.2.2 Internal Revenue Service
      2.2.3 Security Exchange Commission
      2.2.4 U.S. Patent Office
      2.2.5 Government Information Retrieval System
  2.3 Use of Computers by State and Local Governments
  2.4 Use of Computers by the State and Federal Legislatures
  2.5 Government Regulation of Computer-Related Industry
      2.5.0 General
      2.5.1 Antitrust
      2.5.2 FCC Regulation
      2.5.3 Tariff and Trade Control
3. LEGAL ISSUES OF COMPUTER SALES, USAGE, AND SERVICES
   3.0 General
   3.1 Contracting for Hardware, Software, and Computer Services
      3.1.0 General
      3.1.1 Purchase, Lease and License Considerations
      3.1.2 Limitations of Liability Warranties
   3.2 Substantive Law Aspects
      3.2.0 General
      3.2.1 Taxation of Software
      3.2.2 Electronic Media Discovery
      3.2.3 Computer Crime
      3.2.4 Computer-Related Product Liability
      3.2.5 Computer Security
      3.2.6 First Amendment Issues
      3.2.7 Cybertort
      3.2.8 Taxation of Electronic Commerce
   3.3 Problems of Privacy and Computers
      3.3.0 General
      3.3.1 Date Privacy
      3.3.2 Governmental Invasion of Privacy
      3.3.3 Credit Reference
4. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY PROTECTION OF COMPUTER AND
   TECHNOLOGY
   4.0 General
   4.1 Patent
      4.1.0 General
      4.1.1 Software Patent
      4.1.2 Biotech Patent
   4.2 Software Copyright
      4.2.0 General
      4.2.1 User Interface
      4.2.2 Fair Use
      4.2.3 Video Game
   4.3 Digital Copyright
      4.3.0 General
      4.3.1 Electronic Compilation
      4.3.2 Computer Database
      4.3.3 Multimedia
      4.3.4 Computer-Generated Works
   4.4 Trademark
   4.5 Trade Secret
   4.6 Semiconductor Chip Protection
   4.7 Licensing
5. THE COMPUTER IN BUSINESS  5.0 General
   5.1 Computers in Banking and Finance
   5.2 Computers in the Transportation Industry
   5.3 Computers in the Publishing Industry
   5.4 Computers in Advertising
6. COMPUTERS AND LEGAL REASONING
   6.0 General
   6.1 Artificial Intelligence
7. INTERNATIONAL INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY PROTECTION OF
   COMPUTER AND TECHNOLOGY LAW
   7. … 

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