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Law beyond borders : extraterritorial jurisdiction in an age of globalization

Author: Stephen Gerard Coughlan; Robert J Currie; Hugh M Kindred; Teresa Scassa
Publisher: Toronto : Irwin Law, 2014.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This book is about the reach of law beyond state borders from a Canadian perspective. It investigates the scope of the legal and practical power of Canada to assert, and to respond to foreign assertions of, extraterritorial jurisdiction. Ultimately, the authors articulate a theoretical and analytical framework to aid decision making by law and policy makers when Canada is faced with the issue of whether to act  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Stephen Gerard Coughlan; Robert J Currie; Hugh M Kindred; Teresa Scassa
ISBN: 9781552213704 1552213706 9780226183701 022618370X
OCLC Number: 883320548
Notes: Includes table of cases.
Description: xv, 372 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Introduction: The contours of jurisdiction --
State jurisdiction : drivers of change in Canadian practice --
The jurisdictional status quo in Canada and internationally --
Extended territoriality versus extraterritoriality : a key jurisdictional distinction --
Jurisdiction over the internet? --
Weighing the scales about acting extraterritorially --
Case studies of extraterritorial jurisdiction --
A prospective framework for extraterritorial action.
Responsibility: Steve Coughlan, Robert J. Currie, Hugh M. Kindred, Teresa Scassa.
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