contracts, electronic commerce, cyberspace
In this annual survey, we discuss the electronic contracting cases decided between July 1, 2006 and June 30, 2007. In the article, we discuss issues involving contract formation, procedural unconscionability, the scope of UETA and E-SIGN, and contracts formed by automated agents. We conclude that whatever doctrinal doubt judges and scholars may once have had about applying standard contract law to electronic transactions, those doubts have now been largely resolved, and that the decisions involving electronic contracts are following the general law of contracts pretty closely.
Science and Technology Law
Digital Commons Citation
Moringiello, Juliet M. and Reynolds, William L., "Survey of the Law of Cyberspace: Electronic Contracting Cases 2006-2007" (2007). Faculty Scholarship. 440.