Internationales Zivilverfahrensrecht bei Verträgen im Internet 978-3-16-148288-5 - Mohr Siebeck
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Isabel Scheuermann

Internationales Zivilverfahrensrecht bei Verträgen im Internet

Eine rechtsvergleichende Untersuchung des deutschen, europäischen und US-amerikanischen Zuständigkeitsrechts sowie der Anerkennung und Vollstreckung von Gerichtsentscheidungen im deutsch-amerikansichen Rechtsverkehr

[International Civil Procedure Regarding Contracts Made on the Internet. A Comparative Study of Jurisdiction in Germany, Europe and the U.S.A and the Recognition and Enforcement of US Judgments in Germany.]

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Published in German.
The Internet is the ideal basis for global electronic commerce. Isabel Scheuermann examines the jurisdiction of courts in Europe and the US over parties that concluded a contract online. She compares German and European law to U.S. law and draws conclusions for the recognition and enforcement of U.S. judgments in Germany. Using examples mostly based on original U.S. cases, she illustrates how the rules on international jurisdiction of courts and recognition of judgments can be applied in practice.
The Internet is the ideal basis for global electronic commerce. Isabel Scheuermann examines the jurisdiction of courts in Europe and the US over parties that concluded a contract online. She compares German and European law to U.S. law and draws conclusions for the recognition and enforcement of U.S. judgments in Germany. Using examples mostly based on original U.S. cases, she illustrates how the rules on international jurisdiction of courts and recognition of judgments can be applied in practice.
Authors/Editors

Isabel Scheuermann Geboren 1973; Studium der Rechtswissenschaften in Heidelberg und Bologna; 2001 LL.M. New York University; 2003 Promotion; Rechtsanwältin in Düsseldorf.

Reviews

The following reviews are known:

In: Recht & Steuern International — Oktober 2004, S.44f
In: Transpatent Advobook — Www.transpatent.com/advobook
In: IPRax — 2005, H.2, S.184