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May 2012 (vol. 45 no. 5)
pp. 10-12
Brian M. Gaff, Edwards Wildman Palmer LLP
Stephen G. Huggard, Edwards Wildman Palmer LLP
Gregory W. Carey, Edwards Wildman Palmer LLP
The fifth in a series of articles providing basic information on legal issues facing people and businesses that operate in computing-related markets focuses on common legal pitfalls that businesses encounter and when and why businesses should be prepared to get legal advice. The featured Web extra is an audio recording of the Computing and the Law column connected to the fifth in a series of articles providing basic information on legal issues facing people and businesses that operate in computing-related markets. Coauthors Brian M. Gaff, Stephen G. Huggard, and Gregory W. Carey discuss common legal pitfalls that businesses encounter and when and why businesses should be prepared to get legal advice.
Index Terms:
computing and the law
Citation:
Brian M. Gaff, Stephen G. Huggard, Gregory W. Carey, "Do I Need A Lawyer? If You Have to Ask, You Probably Do," Computer, vol. 45, no. 5, pp. 10-12, May 2012, doi:10.1109/MC.2012.167
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