Upsetting the apple cart
The recent case of Apple Computer v Apple Corps called into question whether a contract can be made in two places at once. Nicholas Valner looks at the implications for future jurisdictional battles
The latest dispute between the two Apple companies raises an important issue – can a contract can be made in two places at once? And if so, does this create a problem in establishing which is the right jurisdiction to try a dispute in respect of that contract?
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