presents a problem on the adequacy of the software being used by
and human resources departments. More than this concern, however,
are the issues of whether to hire additional employees - on a permanent
or temporary basis - to meet the problems of Y2K and what form of
and compensation package to grant especially with respect to
consultants, programmers and engineers who will be hired only for
this purpose. A question also arises on whether independent
should instead be engaged. And in case the latter option is
to, what should be the effect on copyright and other intellectual
rights on the resulting software or derivative products? Who
the owner thereof?
and other issues with far-reaching legal implications deserve to
be studied carefully.
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