Cyberspace Jurisdiction in the U.S. (From an Alien's Point of View) - The International Dimension of Due Process

COMPLEX SERIES, No. 5/01, Institutt for rettsinfomatikk - Norwegian Research Center for Computers and Law, 2001

457 Pages Posted: 14 Mar 2008 Last revised: 24 May 2014

Henrik Stakemann Spang-Hanssen

Independent; University of Vienna School of Law - Department of Commercial and Business Law

Abstract

This book (431 pages) consists of part I, Introduction; part II giving a broad introduction to the federal court system and personal jurisdiction in the United States; part III.A deals with on-line agreements and forum choice clauses; part III.B. deals with 1990-2001 cases on jurisdiction in relation to cyberspace; part III.C deals with U.S. e-mail cases; part III.D is a survey over U.S. cases on jurisdiction dealing with website activity; part V has Final Remarks.

Keywords: Cyberspace, Internet, Personal Jurisdiction, Civil Procedure

JEL Classification: K10, K39, K40

Suggested Citation

Spang-Hanssen, Henrik Stakemann, Cyberspace Jurisdiction in the U.S. (From an Alien's Point of View) - The International Dimension of Due Process. COMPLEX SERIES, No. 5/01, Institutt for rettsinfomatikk - Norwegian Research Center for Computers and Law, 2001 . Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1105703

Henrik Stakemann Spang-Hanssen (Contact Author)

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University of Vienna School of Law - Department of Commercial and Business Law

Schottenbastei 10-16
A-1010 Vienna
Austria
+1 (408) 348-8431 (Phone)

HOME PAGE: http://www.hssph.net

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