Private international law and the internet /

"Takes a fresh and original approach to what is perhaps the most crucial current issue in private international law: that is, how the Internet affects and is affected by the four fundamental questions: When should a lawsuit be entertained by the courts? Which state's law should be applied?...

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Main Author: Svantesson, Dan Jerker B
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Alphen aan den Rijn : Frederick, MD : Kluwer Law International ; Sold and distributed in North, Central and South America by Aspen Publishers, c2012
Edition:2nd ed
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260 |a Alphen aan den Rijn :  |b Kluwer Law International ;  |a Frederick, MD :  |b Sold and distributed in North, Central and South America by Aspen Publishers,  |c c2012 
300 |a xxii, 557 p. ;  |c 25 cm 
504 |a Includes bibliographical references (p. [507]-527) and index 
505 0 |a Foreword / Christopher Kuner -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Approaching the Internet -- 3. Approaching private international law -- 4. Traditional common law : Australia, England and Hong Kong SAR -- 5. The United States of America -- 6. European civil law : Germany and Sweden -- 7. The People's Republic of China -- 8. International instruments -- 9. A critique of current rules of private international law -- 10. Geo-identification : time to take technology seriously -- 11. Proposed 'defamation convention model' -- 12. Proposed 'contracts convention model' -- 13. Concluding remarks 
520 |a "Takes a fresh and original approach to what is perhaps the most crucial current issue in private international law: that is, how the Internet affects and is affected by the four fundamental questions: When should a lawsuit be entertained by the courts? Which state's law should be applied? When should a court that can entertain a lawsuit decline to do so? And will judgment rendered in one country be recognized and enforced in another?"--P. [4] of cover 
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