San Diego Law Review
Personal Jurisdiction and the Internet Quagmire: Amputating Judicially Created Long-ArmS
This Comment will explore the expanding power courts have given the word “haled” and its relationship to computer communication: a relationship that is confusing, contradictory, and sometimes downright troubling. Personal jurisdiction via the internet is a rapidly expanding area of American jurisprudence that has developed, and is developing, in response to the explosive growth of computer communications. While the hypothetical internet disclaimer contained above could be viewed as little more than unsubstantiated fears of the legally paranoid, in the future it may be the disclaimer of the legally prudent.
Personal Jurisdiction and the Internet Quagmire: Amputating Judicially Created Long-ArmS,
San Diego L. Rev.
Available at: https://digital.sandiego.edu/sdlr/vol35/iss2/6