Jurisdiction Over Electronic Commerce: Preliminary Teaching Materials
2 Pages Posted: 9 Dec 1999
Date Written: October 15, 1999
Law school courses covering the law of the Internet are proliferating almost as rapidly as domain names, but there is a dearth of teaching materials. In an effort to help fill that gap, we offer a draft of one chapter of a casebook we are writing on the law of electronic commerce. The chapter focuses on the developing law of personal jurisdiction, and touches upon a few related matters. This is very much a work in progress, and we would be grateful to receive any comments or suggestions that you may have. The chapter's table of contents is reproduced below. Text of the chapter will be freely provided upon request. Please note, as required by law: These materials do not necessarily represent the views of the Federal Trade Commission or any individual Commissioner.
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