Bigelow, Robert P.
July 1977
American Bar Association Journal;Jul77, Vol. 63 Issue 7, p954
Academic Journal
Discusses legal problems arising from the increased use of computers in the United States. Inclusion of litigation between manufacturers and users on whether the computer system the maker supplied is what the user thought he was getting; Disputes that may arise from the scope of insurance coverage; Problems in the patent and copyright fields.


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