The Role of a Collaborative Commerce Legal Framework in IT-Related Litigation

Posted October 31, 2005 | Technology |

IT-related litigation requires a clear understanding of the contractual obligations in computer-mediated transactions emanating from collaborative commerce. This article outlines the general principles of a legal framework that can be used to understand contractual obligations that would potentially form part of any litigation relating to computer-based (or electronic) transactions.

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Bhuvan Unhelkar
Bhuvan Unhelkar (BE, MDBA, MSc, PhD; FACS) is a Cutter Expert. He has decades of strategic as well as hands-on professional experience in the information and communi­cations technologies (ICT) industry. Dr. Unhelkar is a full Professor at the University of South Florida, Sarasota-Manatee campus. As a founder of MethodScience and PLATiFi, he has demonstrated consulting and training expertise in big data (strategies), business analysis (use cases… Read More
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