Stephen M. Kramarsky, a member of Dewey Pegno & Kramarsky, writes that as Web business models have diversified, jurisdiction has emerged as one of the thorniest Internet issues: A modern Web site for a company based in Chicago might be designed in New York, coded in California, supported in India, connected via a Virginia Internet service provider, hosted on servers in the Bahamas, and viewed by users from Brooklyn to Beijing.
Jurisdictional Issues on the Internet
New York Law Journal
January 15, 2008
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