Interactive Web Sites and New York Jurisdiction

, New York Law Journal


In today's Internet economy, can an out-of-state defendant's interaction with a Web site establish jurisdiction? Ganfer & Shore partner Mark A. Berman analyzes New York law to find that a site's interactive features may not be sufficient for jurisdiction to attach, without more.

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