Successful Contracts: Merging Design and Technology

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Successful Contracts: Merging Design and Technology. / Barton, Thomas D.; Haapio, Helena; Passera, Stefania; Hazard, James G.

Legal Tech, Smart Contracts and Blockchain. toim. / Marcelo Corrales; Mark Fenwick; Helena Haapio. 2019. s. 63-91 (Perspectives in Law, Business and Innovation).

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Harvard

Barton, TD, Haapio, H, Passera, S & Hazard, JG 2019, Successful Contracts: Merging Design and Technology. julkaisussa M Corrales, M Fenwick & H Haapio (toim), Legal Tech, Smart Contracts and Blockchain. Perspectives in Law, Business and Innovation, Sivut 63-91.

APA

Barton, T. D., Haapio, H., Passera, S., & Hazard, J. G. (2019). Successful Contracts: Merging Design and Technology. teoksessa M. Corrales, M. Fenwick, & H. Haapio (Toimittajat), Legal Tech, Smart Contracts and Blockchain (Sivut 63-91). (Perspectives in Law, Business and Innovation).

Vancouver

Barton TD, Haapio H, Passera S, Hazard JG. Successful Contracts: Merging Design and Technology. julkaisussa Corrales M, Fenwick M, Haapio H, toimittajat, Legal Tech, Smart Contracts and Blockchain. 2019. s. 63-91. (Perspectives in Law, Business and Innovation).

Author

Barton, Thomas D. ; Haapio, Helena ; Passera, Stefania ; Hazard, James G. / Successful Contracts: Merging Design and Technology. Legal Tech, Smart Contracts and Blockchain. Toimittaja / Marcelo Corrales ; Mark Fenwick ; Helena Haapio. 2019. Sivut 63-91 (Perspectives in Law, Business and Innovation).

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