Brigham Young University Law Review

Brigham Young University Law Review is a magazine focusing on Law

Articles from Vol. 1998, No. 4, 1998

Are We Ready for Mediation in Cyberspace?
The idea of mediatingl disputes online has captured the imagination of the dispute resolution profession. Mediators propose creating "spaces" in cyberspace2 where disputes would be resolved electronically.3 Online mediation is not the mere stuff of conjecture....
Auto-Owners Insurance Co. V. Harrington: Resisting the Impulse to Judicially Rewrite Exclusion Clauses
I. Introduction Individuals purchase liability insurance for one primary purpose: to shift liability to an insurer for injuries they may cause.' In order to protect themselves from liability for intentional injuries, insurance companies typically state...
The Dissolution of Core Values: Development of Crime and Society in Postwar Scandinavia with an Emphasis on Norwegian Circumstances
I would first like to thank my friend, Erlend D. Peterson, for giving me this opportunity to come to Utah to speak to you. As a citizen of a small nation situated far to the northeast and bordering mighty Russia, it is a pleasure as well as a privilege...
WWW.International_shoe.Com: Analyzing Weber V. Jolly Hotels' Paradigm for Personal Jurisdiction in Cyberspace
I. INTRODUCTION The unprecedented explosion of the Internet has singularly induced "the most profound transformation a technology has brought since the capture of fire."' A review of the exponential growth surrounding the Internet reveals some dizzying...

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