International Conflict of Law: Online Aspects - Procedural Issues Not Involving Jurisdiction
Review procedural issues not involving jurisdiction.
Just as advances in computer and telecommunications technology dramatically changed American jurisprudence in the twentieth century, the advent of the Internet has significantly affected international conflicts of law in the twenty-first century. That the Internet would give rise to international legal chaos was apparent early on. This white paper reviews procedural issues not involving jurisdiction including outbound and inbound subpoenas, warrants, and discovery orders.
Practices in the areas of Internet and technology law, intellectual property law (including trademark registrations for non-U.S. companies), business and corporate law, international and domestic commercial transactions, virtual currency law, privacy law, and drone law (law of unmanned aerial systems or UAS); frequent speaker on topics related to the Internet, digital technology law, international private law, and legal ethics
Author of the 2019 edition of Stuckey & Ellis, Internet and Online Law (Law Journal Press), and the author of numerous articles and op-ed pieces regarding legal topics
Twice testified before Congress on information law topics
Served as chair of the Ohio State Bar Association’s International Law Committee, as chair of its OSBA's Digital Technology Law Committee, and as a member of the OSBA's Ad Hoc Committee on Multijurisdictional Practice
J.D. degree, Antioch School of Law; B.A. degree, Ohio State