Michigan’s Cyber Court Law

New legislation has been adopted in Michigan that will allow technology companies to sue each other over the Internet. This legislation was passed in an effort to save litigants time and money. Michigan will be an example to other states to enact legislation providing for virtual courts.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

What is the purpose of this Cyber Court bill?
How does the bill define “business and commercial actions”?
How will litigants file their briefs and court related documents?
How do lawyers feel about this bill?
What are the consequences of this Internet bill?


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