This new edition of Cheeseman's Business Law recognizes the revolution that the Internet and electronic commerce has brought to business and society throughout the United State and the world. The courts have interpreted and adapted existing laws to apply to e-commerce, while state legislatures and Congress have enacted new statues to regulate the digital economy. The fourth edition of Cheesman's Business Law incorporates e-commerce and Internet law throughout the book. First, there is a new Unit IV "Intellectual Property, E-Commerce, and Internet Law" that has two chapters dealing exclusively with legal and business issues related to the new electronic commerce. These chapters are: Chapter 17 Intellectual Property and Internet Law and Chapter 18 E-Commerce and Internet Law Also, there are more than 50 New E-Commerce and Internet Law boxes that feature special laws and cases related to the Internet and Web-based commerce that are strategically located throughout the book. Some of these special featured boxes are: Broad Free-Speech Rights Granted in Cyberspace E-Mail Messages Used as Evidence Federal Law Helps Victims of Identity Fraud The Uniform Computer Information Transactions Act (UCITA) The Uniform Electronic Transaction Act (UETA) Cyber Business Plans Are Patentable The Digital Millennium Copyright Act Anticybersquatting Act Passed by Congress Cheeseman's Business Law, Fourth Edition has the most comprehensive coverage of the expanding area on intellectual property law and the new and exciting areas of domain names, electronic commerce, and Internet Law. Please take a look at Chapters 17 and 18 and the extensive e-commerce and Internet law materials in this exciting revision.Cheeseman, Harry is the author of 'Business Law Ethical, International, & E-Commerce Environment' with ISBN 9780130879134 and ISBN 0130879134.