Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references, bibliography (pages 295-305), and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Electronic consumer contracts in private international law The definition and scope of the book Jurisdiction in electronic consumer contracts (1) : the rule-based approach in the Brussels I regulation Jurisdiction in electronic consumer contracts (2) : the discretion-based approach in English common law Jurisdiction in electronic consumer contracts (3) : critical assessment of US innovations Electronic consumer contracts with choice of forum clauses Online dispute resolution for electronic consumer contracts Protective choice of law in e-consumer contracts in the current European choice of law regime Choice of law evolution in the Rome I regulation Neutral choice of law in e-consumer contracts : the common law approach in the US 2nd Restatement Choice of law in areas with harmonised substantive law Proposals for conflict of laws in electronic consumer contracts.