EDI Law Review, The
Electron Comm Law Rev
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Discontinued in 2001. Continued by Electronic Communication Law Review (1570-2294). Electronic data interchange (EDI) has become an important tool allowing commercial partners to communicate standardised messages instantly instead of transmitting trade documents in paper form. EDI includes electronic contracting across enterprise as well as organization boundaries. EDI is considered to be essential in the improvement of economic activities and priority action is given to legislative measures that solve problems concerning EDI. The quickening pace of the use of EDI is associated with important and unexpected legal consequences. The task of keeping abreast of new EDI developments has to be combined with attempts to adapt tried and tested methods of legal analysis in solving the unfamiliar problems that arise in the field of EDI. The EDI Law Review provides a forum for discussing the legal aspects and consequences of EDI. Each issue of The EDI Law Review contains an editorial articles (with abstract) case reviews legal analyses of (changes in) legislation book reviews and documents.
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