Meet Professors Hiller and Cohen--two pioneers in the fast-growing field of Internet law and policy. When they set out to design some of the first courses on this subject, they were at a loss for a proper text. Internet Law & Policy was written out of that necessity--as well as a passion for their chosen field. The result is a text that offers a comprehensive, current, and practical resource for understanding the legal environment of the Internet and electronic transactions. Here are just some of the features you'll find in this exciting new text: Up-to-date cases featuring companies like Napster, with questions for class discussion. Real-world management perspectives and examples of issues like UCITA and what this will mean for those purchasing software over the Internet. International considerations such as the United Nations Model Law on Contracts, SAFE, and EU directive. Policy considerations and discussions on such issues as the tax moratorium, with an analysis of the probability of new legislation. End-of-chapter questions including Internet assignments that bring chapter material to life. FOR UPDATES AND ADDED LEARNING TOOLS, please visit: www.prenhall.com/hillerHiller, Janine is the author of 'Internet Law & Policy' with ISBN 9780130334282 and ISBN 0130334286.