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Pammer and Hotel Alpenhof - ECJ decision creates further uncertainty about when e-businesses 'direct activities' to a consumer's state under the Brussels I Regulation
Computer Law and Security Report
  • Dan J B Svantesson, Bond University
Date of this Version
6-1-2011
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Journal Article
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Svantesson, D. J. (2011). Pammer and Hotel Alpenhof - ECJ decision creates further uncertainty about when e-businesses 'direct activities' to a consumer's state under the Brussels I Regulation. Computer Law and Security Report, 27 (3), 298-304.

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Abstract
The European Court of Justice's recent judgement in the joined cases C-585/08 and C-144/09 will have substantial long-term implications for European e-businesses and e-consumers trading across borders. The key question considered was whether the fact that a website can be consulted on the Internet in the Member State of the consumer's domicile is sufficient to justify a finding that commercial or professional activities are being directed to that Member State within the meaning of Article 15(1)(c) of the Brussels I Regulation.
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Dan J B Svantesson. "Pammer and Hotel Alpenhof - ECJ decision creates further uncertainty about when e-businesses 'direct activities' to a consumer's state under the Brussels I Regulation" Computer Law and Security Report Vol. 27 Iss. 3 (2011) p. 298 - 304 ISSN: 0267-3649
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