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Should Consumers Read Online Terms of Service?

I’ve been reading and thinking a lot lately about website terms of service. There’s something unsavory to me about having a contract formed between a website owner and its users by posting complicated legalese on the site and pretending the users read them. It’s the “pretending the users read them” part that bothers me. Everybody […] Read More

Postette: Is Software Governed by the UCC?

Article 2 of the Uniform Commercial Code governs the sale of goods. Whether software is a good is a thorny question, and a lot of variables affect the answer. In this excellent Law Technology News post, Richard Raysman and Peter Brown, of Holland & Knight and Baker & Hostetler respectively, summarize the issues and eloquently […] Read More