The prosecutor claims that the husband died before being able to pay him for his brokerage services, and he is suing the defendants for brokerage expenses. The defendants are uncertain as to whether he defrayed or not, and hence are unwilling to pay.
Internet is becoming more and more popular these days. Its use has many implications as far as Jewish law is concerned. This article deals with the question of classifying damages caused through Internet usage from the perspective of Jewish law.