Cross-Border Litigation and ADR Mechanisms in Disputes Concerning Mobile Computing in the EU

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The aim of this paper is to discuss briefly how the EU rules on jurisdiction, choice of law and alternative dispute resolution in civil and commercial matters operate in the context of mobile computing. The article first looks at rules on jurisdiction in commercial disputes, both between businesses and between businesses and consumers. It then discusses the choice-of-law issues applicable to mobile computing. Finally, there is an examination of alternative dispute resolution as an alternative to regular courts in transactions involving mobile computing.
The aim of this paper is to discuss briefly how the EU rules on jurisdiction, choice of law and alternative dispute resolution in civil and commercial matters operate in the context of mobile computing. The article first looks at rules on jurisdiction in commercial disputes, both between businesses and between businesses and consumers. It then discusses the choice-of-law issues applicable to mobile computing. Finally, there is an examination of alternative dispute resolution as an alternative to regular courts in transactions involving mobile computing.
LanguageEnglish
JournalInternational Journal of Private Law
Volume4
Issue number2
Pages315-327
ISSN1753-6235
DOIs
StatePublished - 2011

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    Cross-Border Litigation and ADR Mechanisms in Disputes Concerning Mobile Computing in the EU. / Savin, Andrej.

    In: International Journal of Private Law, Vol. 4, No. 2, 2011, p. 315-327.

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