Editorial

Portals, Gateways, Communities...

Portals are the hot topic of the moment. And in a reverse of the natural order of things, many are looking for people to go through them. Delia Venables gives a personal guide to some of the portals on offer.

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KnowMaw: Every lawyer’s dream – the KM portal

Rowe & Maw believes that it is the first UK law firm to develop a legal KM portal to be rolled out on a practice-wide basis across the firm. Dr Karen Cleaver, Project Manager at Rowe &Maw, explains how KnowMaw was developed.

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To a Web Site, and Beyond!

Andrew Haslam describes how Lovells designed, built and launched their latest Web site.

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Backbytes

Richard Harrison looks back, and forward.

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Is EU Competition Law the Limit for the Internet?

Continuing our look at IT law from different international perspectives, Dr Jean Paul van Marissing considers the effect of EU competition law on commercial Internet values. His article asks whether some windows ofopportunity are closed by the effects of competition restrictions.

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UCITA - The Storm to Come for Software Licencees

Last year, in the United States, the Uniform Computer Information Transaction Act (UCITA) was passed at a federal level. At the time of writing,it had been adopted in two states and will be in force in Maryland from 1October of this year. It is expected that other states will shortly follow suit.Kit Burden and Creole Palmer explain what you need to know about it.

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The Tangled Web: Human Rights Sources on The Web

The Scottish Group (now the Scottish Society for Computers and Law) has chosen the theme of Human Rights and IT as the common thread running through the main part of its 2000/2001 series of meetings.

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Devolution Comes to the SCL

A new organisation has been created in Scotland. Here’s a brief explanation of the reasons for the establishment of the Scottish Society for Computers & Law.

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Starting from Scratch

Andrew Katz started from nothing and kitted out his firm. He tells us how.

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