Aspen Publishing

Electronic Commerce, Fourth Edition

Ronald J. Mann


  • ISBN: 9780735507166

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  • Description

    The only casebook dealing with e-commerce, Electronic Commerce, Fourth Edition, utilizes problems to expound a transactional approach to electronic commerce. Written by Ronald J. Mann, a preeminent and prolific Commercial Law scholar, this system-oriented text is structured around the hypothetical representation of a technology company.

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    Page Count 936
    Published 03/23/2011
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    Ch. 1. The Background: Regimes for Resolving Disputes

    Ch. 2. Setting Up Shop on the Internet

    Ch. 3. Protecting Information

    Ch. 4. Transactions in Electronic Commerce

    Ch. 5. Electronic Payments

    Ch. 6. Lending in the Information Age

    Ch. 7. Financing the Technology Company

  • Author Information

    Ronald J. Mann

    Law clerk to Judge Joseph T. Sneed, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit (1985-1986). Law clerk to Justice Lewis F. Powell, Jr., Supreme Court of the United States (1986-1987) . Practiced real estate and transactional law in Houston, Texas (1987-1991). Worked for the Justice Department as an Assistant for the Solicitor General of the United States, (1991-1994) .
    Joined the University of Texas faculty in 2003. Assistant professor of law (1997-1999), and professor of law (1999-2003), at the University of Michigan. Assistant professor of law (1994-1997), and professor of law (1997), at Washington University. Visiting professor of law at Harvard in 2005. Joined the Columbia Law School faculty on July 1, 2007 as Albert E. Cinelli Enterprise Professor of Law.
    Member of the American Law Institute. Recently served as the reporter for the amendments to Articles 3 and 4 of the Uniform Commercial Code.

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