Y2K Law Handbook: Year 2000 Problem Legal Guide 
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 Y2K Law Handbook: Year 2000 Problem Legal Guide

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On January 1, 2000, your personal and business computer systems may crash
because they will not be able to handle the century-date change.  Despite
expending an estimated $600 billion worldwide over the next few years in
attempts to avoid this disaster, pundits are estimating over $1 TRILLION
in litigation will follow us into the early years of the next century!

The Y2K Law Handbook is a complete Year 2000 Problem legal guide for
Managers, Consultants, Programmers, Internet Service Providers, SysOps,
WebMasters, Corporate Offices & Directors, Government employees, and (of
course) Attorneys, Accountants and other professionals.  It clearly
explains how to assess and attempt to reduce your legal liability exposure
while providing an overview of applicable legal theories and defenses.

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Content Summary:

 The Y2K LAW HANDBOOK covers the following areas:

 1. Nature and Scope of Problem:  The Number of the Beast

 2. Remedial Solutions: Gimme that Duct Tape!

 3. The Players:  Who, Me?

 4. Player Liability:  What, Me Worry?

 5. Reducing the Legal Risks:  Bend over and kiss it goodbye?

 6. The Integrated Legal Audit & Assessment

 7. Conclusions: Katie, Bar the Door!

 8. Appendices

About the Author:
 Timothy L. Butler, Esq. is an attorney practicing law in Santa Fe New
Mexico since 1983.  He has worked at Los Alamos National Laboratory as a
Program Manager overseeing computer related projects.  He is an
experienced computer programmer and has received specialized training in
expert systems, database and artificial intelligence technologies.  He has
co-authored and taught PC-Expert Systems courses at LANL.  A graduate of
the University of California, Hastings College of the Law, he is an
Adjunct Professor at the University of New Mexico Law School, teaching
courses in computer, technology and intellectual property law.  He has an
active practice in computer and technology-related law, focusing on
intellectual property, technology development & licensing, and related
litigation activities.   He addresses Y2K legal issues on a daily basis.

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Mon, 20 Dec 1999 03:00:00 GMT  
 Y2K Law Handbook: Year 2000 Problem Legal Guide

(TLBPC) schreibt:

>On January 1, 2000, your personal and business computer systems may crash
>because they will not be able to handle the century-date change.

My systems has no problems, and it's many years old :-)

Every user can check what will happen, by setting the date/time to the
last day in the old century, a few seconds before midnight. Also setting
the date to 2097 and booting with that date worked fine.

I'd like to know, how many users really will have problems then, provided
you have a buggy system, and plan to use it so long. Please let me know!

IMO only one problem exists, with old bussiness software, incapable of
handling dates above 1999.


Tue, 21 Dec 1999 03:00:00 GMT  
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