Jurisdiction: Select Analyses, Considerations and Cases


Audrey E. Stewart (Editor)
Dereck A. Washington (Editor)

Series: Laws and Legislation, Criminal Justice, Law Enforcement and Corrections
BISAC: LAW052000

In the realm of jurisprudence, the issue of jurisdiction can be quite complicated. The select analyses provided in this book examine some of the myriad elements and considerations that arise in matters of jurisdiction. Included are: an overview of Congress’s ability to participate in litigation before Article III courts; the interplay of borders, turf, cyberspace and jurisdiction; Indian tribal civil jurisdiction’s reach over non-Indians; Supreme Court appellate jurisdiction over military court cases; federal jurisdiction in copyright registration; and challenges to “large” orders under federal contracts. (Imprint: Nova)

Table of Contents

Table of Contents


Congressional Participation in Article III Courts: Jurisdiction and Standing to Sue, pp. 1-26
(Todd B. Tatelman, CRS)

The Interplay of Borders, Turf, Cyberspace, and Jurisdiction: Issues Confronting U.S. Law Enforcement, pp. 27-78
(Kristin M. Finklea, CRS)

Indian Tribal Civil Jurisdiction’s Reach Over Non-Indians: Plains Commerce Bank v. Long Family Land and Cattle Co., Inc., pp. 79-86
(Yule Kim, CRS)

Supreme Court Appellate Jurisdiction Over Military Court Cases, pp. 87-98
(R. Chuck Mason, CRS)

The Copyright Registration Requirement and Federal Court Jurisdiction: A Legal Analysis of Reed Elsevier, Inc. v. Muchnick, pp. 99-114
(Brian T. Yeh, CRS)

Jurisdiction over Challenges to “Large” Orders Under Federal Contracts, pp. 115-130
(Kate M. Manuel, Erika K. Lunder, CRS)


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