This Casenote questions the Pavlovich court’s holding. More
specifically, it argues that the exercise of personal jurisdiction in this case violates the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution and that the court erred when it failed to quash service of process. Further, this Casenote posits that exercise of jurisdiction here not only eviscerates the mandates of International Shoe Co. v. Washington and its progeny, but also extends California jurisdiction to cover Internet users everywhere.
Pavlovich v. Superior Court: Spinning a World Wide Web for California Personal Jurisdiction*,
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