middle spectrum. With the jurisdiction over the internet getting more attention, many Web Sites have turned to the middle in hope of not getting pulled into the PersonalJurisdiction of the internet.
Why is personaljurisdiction an issue for who post websites? Personaljurisdiction could be an issue for...
Why is personaljurisdiction an issue for those who post websites? – There is no set test to examine the determination of personaljurisdiction for those who post website so the court uses the interactive-passive distinction. This could be an issue for some because if there is enough activity in a State...
Courtjurisdiction is determined two ways, by due process and state statures known as long arms.
Answer these Questions, after reading article “Internet Jurisdiction”.
Why is personaljurisdiction an issue for those who post...
1. Why is personaljurisdiction an issue for those who post Websites?
Personaljurisdiction could be an issue for those who post websites because there seems to be a fine line between what is considered strictly interactive v. strictly passive use of websites. What is clear, however, is that if there...
be subject to a state's jurisdiction. Creating and maintaining a Web page that is accessible from anywhere in the world poses new jurisdictional issues. The law on jurisdiction on the Internet is continuously evolving. The question is whether a court has personaljurisdiction of an individual just because...
creator subject to a state's jurisdiction? Creating and maintaining a web page that is accessible from anywhere in the world poses new jurisdictional issues.
In his article, Christopher Wolf, an attorney at a Washington D.C. law firm, explains the evolving law on jurisdiction on the internet. The question...
1. ｃ: Because,a federal court has more extensive jurisdiction than a state court. While the jurisdiction of state courts are limited by their boundaries, the federal court system covers the entire nation. An important limit to diversity jurisdiction is that only cases involving more than...
confidentiality and protection of financial information such as credit cards. Also, there is a growing concern about how this information is stored and what type of accessibility is provided to it. The type and level of customer service provided is an important issue as well.
On a B2B site the primary...
that govern Service Outside Jurisdiction
Service of a claim is the procedure used to give legal notice to a defendant of a court's exercise of its jurisdiction over the defendant, enabling them to respond to the proceedings before the court.
Service outside the jurisdiction is sometimes allowed under...
Carolina Supreme Court?
* Chief Justice Jean Hoefer Toal
* Justice Costa M. Pleicones
* Justice Donald W. Beatty
* Justice John W. Kittredge
* Justice Kaye G. Hearn
2) What two types of jurisdictions does the South Carolina Supreme Court exercise?
* The Supreme Court has both appellate...
and jurisdiction of the Scottish criminal and civil courts. Give examples of the types of cases these courts will hear and indicate which Scottish legal personnel you would expect to find there.
Scottish courts are divided into two distinct and separate systems, each with its own jurisdiction and...
experience violence in the home than non-Indigenous women.2
1.3. Over the past several decades, governments at the Commonwealth, State and Territory levels have taken steps in response to domestic violence through legislative and non-legislative measures. The law can do much to discourage domestic violence –...
Chapter 6 The Court System and Alternative Dispute Resolution Chapter Outline 1. Introduction 2. Basic Judicial Requirements 3. State Court Systems 4. The Federal Court System 5. Alternative Dispute Resolution Chapter Objectives After completing this chapter, you will know: • The requirements that must...
the Conqueror after 1066 and the Battle of Hastings. Normandy and indeed most of France already had a form of Feudalism in place and King William required a hierarchical system of security which guaranteed him loyalty, particularly in the form of an army. Feudalism was the key. Essentially this was led...
CH. 1: INTRODUCTION TO LAW AND LEGAL REASONING
Law – provides stability, predictability, and continuity.
LAW IS AN (1. SET OF RULES) that (2. COURTS WILL ENFORCE)—and AMERICA’S FIRST LAW SYSTEM USED IS COMMON LAW/ ANGLO-AMERICAN COMMON LAW
1. CONSTITUTION (+ CHARTERS)
primary sources of law. Courts refer to these for interpreting and applying the primary sources of law.
Articles in law reviews
Compilations of law
Common law: a body of general rules that applied throughout the entire English realm.
Courts of law were those that...
16. Remedy At Law
17. Remedy In Equity
Deans List #2 –Jurisdiction
2. Concurrent Jurisdiction
3. Diversity of Citizenship
4. Federal Question
5. In Personam Jurisdiction
6. In Rem Jurisdiction
7. Long-Arm Statute
8. Alternative Dispute Resolution...
Litigation: a lawsuit filed in order to have the issues resolved by the courts
II - TYPES OF JUDICIAL SYSTEMS
Plaintiff: party that begins the law suit
Defendant: the part that is sued
The Civil Courts System
Trial courts: are the lowest rung on the ladder, meaning this...
rule, courts will not grant equitable remedy unless the remedy (monetary damages) is inadequate
* Stare decisis: Deciding new cases by referencing old ones
* Judges are obligated to follow precedents in their jurisdiction
* Legal reasoning:
* 1) What are the...
SECTION A: A quick guide to litigation resources The ability to find the relevant provisions of the CPR, Court forms, and case law is a key skill of the litigation lawyer. Some of the preparatory tasks in your civil litigation course will test this skill. The...