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Volume 20.1 (2011-2012)(Read)

2011-2012 Masthead

  •  “In Memoriam: Larry Darby” by Joseph P. Fuhr Jr (read)
  • “Innovation and National Broadband Policies: Facts, Fiction and Unanswered Questions in the Net Neutrality Debate” by Larry F. Darby & Joseph P. Fuhr Jr. (read)
  • “Technology, Business, & Policy Implications as the Communications Ecosystem Moves from POTs to  PANs” by Alan Pearce, Barry Goodstadt, & Manoj Agarwal (read)
  • “Wireless: The Common Medium of Conversation” by Reed Hundt (read)
  • “Debris Mitigation Certification and the Commercial Space Industry: A New Weapon in the Fight Against Space Pollution” by Benjamin Jacobs (read)

Volume 19.2 (2010-2011)(Read)

2010 -2011 Masthead

     Articles

  • “The Internet as “The Common Medium”” by Reed E. Hundt (Read)
  • “Considerations Unique to the Purchase and Sale of Broadcast Stations” by Erwin G. Krasnow, John M. Pelkey, & John Wells King (Read)
  • “The Economic Impact of Free Conference Calling Services” by Alan Pearce & W. Brian Barrett (Read)

Notes

  •  “Financing Film Through Aggressive Tax Incentives – A Losing Proposition for the States?” by Alexander Malyshev (Read)
  • “Broadcast v. Broadband? A Survey of the Reallocation of Broadcast Spectrum for Wireless Broadband” by Karen R. Sprung (Read)

Volume 19.1 (2009-2010) (Read)

     Broadband Articles

  • INTRODUCTION: “The Law School’s Role in Documenting and Analyzing the Increasingly Rapid Development of Broadband” by  Michael H. Botein (Read)
  • “Broadband In America: Introduction to a New Federal Priority” by Jennifer A. Manner & Ronnie S. Cho (Read)
  • “Broadband Adoption: Why it Matters and How it Works” by Charles Davidson, Michael J. Santorelli & Thomas Kamber (Read)
  • “Protecting Consumers by Tracking Advertisers Under the National Broadband Plan” by Courtney A. Barclay (Read)
  • “Be Careful of your Broadband Wishes: Compliance Requirements for BTOP- and BIP- Award Grantees” by Daniel Margolis (Read)

    Google Books Settlement Articles

  • “Google, the Guilds, and Reading the Public: Settlement is Code is Law?” by Dariusz Adamski (Read)
  • “The Conflict Between Google and the Book Publishers should not be Settled by a Universally Binding Agreement in a Class Action” by Ad van Loon (Read)

Volume 18.2 (Spring 2009) (Read)

Volume 18.1 (Fall 2008) (Read)

Volume 17. 2 (Spring 2008)

  • “A Million Little Murrows: New Media and New Politics” by Brian Lehrer (Read)
  • Student Note: “Regulating the Transition from from Analog to Digital Television Broadcasting in North America: A Comparison of the Canadian, U.S., and Mexican Experiences” by Joshua T. Block (Read)
  • “The Silent Treatment: Retaliatory Government Shut-Outs of the Press” by Samia F. Khan (Read)

Vol. 17.1 (Fall 2007)

  • “Digital Rights Management Systems (DRMs): Recent Developments in Europe” by Francisco Javier Cabrera Blazquez (Read)
  • “Statistical Framework to Value Network Neutrality” by Mark Gaynor and Scott Bradner (Read)
  • “Access to the Celestial Multiplex” by Peter Johnson (Read)
  • “The Development of IPTV and VOD in Europe in the Context of Transition to Digital Television” by Dr. Andre Lange (Read)

Vol. 16.2 (Spring/Summer 2007)

  • “Television Without Frontiers in the European Union: The Commission Moves Broadcasting to New Grounds” by Willem F. Korthals Altes (Read)
  • “Consumer Welfare, Capital Formation and Net Neutrality: Paying for the Next Generation Broadband Networks” by Larry F. Darby and Joseph P. Fuhr, Jr. (Read)
  • Student Note: “Digital Video Copyright Protection with File Based Content” by Patrick Turner (Read)

Vol. 16.1 (Fall 2006)

  • “Synthetic Competition” by The Honorable Douglas H. Ginsburg (Read)
  • “Clearing the Air: Deconstructing the Myths and Misconceptions about Buying Broadcast Stations” by Erwin G. Krasnow (Read)
  • “An Analysis of the Public Safety & Homeland Security Benefits of an Interoperable Nationwide Emergency Communications Network at 700 MHZ Built by a Public-Private Partnership” by Dr. Alan Pearce (Read)
  • Student Note: “Access to Global Telecommunications: A Comparative Discussion of the Extraterritorial Legal Issues Confronting the Telecommunications Relay Service” by Joshua Pila (Read)

Vol. 15.2 (Spring 2006)

  • “Introduction: To Have or Not to Have – Must-Carry Rules” by Wolfgang Cross and Susanne Nikoltchev (Read)
  • “Workshop on Must-Carry Obligations: Summary of the Discussion” by Sabina Gorini and Nico van Eijk (Read)
  • “What are We Carrying Across the EU These Days?” by Thomas Roukens (Read)
  • “Analog and Digital Must-Carry Obligations of Cable and Satellite Operators in the United States ” by Rob Frieden (Read)
  • “The Future of Must-Carry: From Must-Carry to a Concept of Universal Service in the Info-Communications Sector” by Peggy Valcke (Read)

Vol. 15.1 (Fall 2005)

  • “An Evening with Richard D. Parsons” by Richard D. Parsons (Read)
  • “The FCC’s New Indecency Enforcement Policy and Its European Counterparts: A Cautionary Tale” by Michael Botein and Dariusz Adamski (Read)
  • Student Note: “What About Broadcast Violence?” by Shalom C. Stephens (Read)
  • Student Note: “Bush Administration Secrecy: An Empirical Study of Freedom of Information Act Disclosure” by Edward B. Gerard (Read)

Vol. 14.2 (Spring 2005)

  • “Cingular’s Purchase of AT&T Wireless: An Economic Analysis” by Alan Pearce and J. Richard Carlson (Read)
  • “Now That We Have Competition, Where Do We Go From Here?A Road Map For Deregulation” by Jennifer A. Manner (Read)
  • Student Note: “New Use in Copyright: A Messy Case” by Anthony diFrancesca (Read)

Vol. 14.1 (Fall 2004)

  • “Sport as Reflected in European Media Law” by Alexander Scheuer and Peter Strothmann (Read)

Vol. 13.2 (Summer 2004)

  • “Give Me Liberty: Individual Rights inA Time of War” by Anthony Lewis
  • “A State-By-State Comparison of Spam Laws” by ArmindaB. Bepko
  • “A Minimum Contacts and Fairness Examination of Personal Jurisdiction Over Providers of Free Downloads on the Internet” by Natalya Shmulevich

Vol. 13.1: Co-Regulation of the Media in Europe (Fall 2003)

  • “European Provisions for the Establishment of Co-Regulation Frameworks” by Carmen Palzer
  • “The Potential for Practice of an Intangible Idea” by Tarlach McGonagle

Vol. 11.2 (Spring 2003)

  • “The Demise of the Information Superhighway” by Michael Botein
  • “Outlook for Copyright and Digital Media Legislation in the 108th Congress” by Philip S. Corwin
  • “Does the Supreme Court have a ‘Liberal’ or ‘Conservative’ Intellectual Copyright Jurisprudence?: An Evening with Kenneth Starr and Martin Gerbus” by Moderator Mel Simensky

Vol. 11.1 (Fall 2002)

  • “Self-Censorship in Latin America” by Geraldo Reves (Read)
  • “The Odd Couple: Postmodern Culture and Copyright Law” by Eric Shimanoff (Read)
  • “Regulation of Speech on the Internet: Fourth Time’s the Charm?” by Tanessa Cabe (Read)
  • “Paying Attention to Justice: The FCC and the Failure to Deregulate” by Michelle Almeida (Read)

Vol. 10.2: The Role of Parody in Copyright: Is a New Wind Blowing? (Spring 2002)

  • “Introduction” by Melvin Simensky (Read)
  • “Flexibility in Parody of Copyrighted Material” by Joseph Beck (Read)
  • “The Integrity of Copyright” by Martin Garbus (Read)
  • “The Importance of Preserving Copyright” by Edward Samuels (Read)
  • Student Note: “Does the Wind Blow Fair? A Discussion of the Critique of the Suntrust v. Houghton-Mifflin Case” by Carla D. Davis (Read)

Vol. 10.1 (Fall 2001)

  • “Competition in Canadian Telecommunications: Building on Success and Moving Forward” by Francoise Bertrand
  • “Freedom versus Access Rights in a European Context” by Ad van Loon

Vol. 9.2 (Spring 2001)

  • “Child Online Protection Act: The Problem of Contemporary Community Standards on the World Wide Web” by Sahara Stone
  • “Is Use Of The V-Chip In The Public Schools An Exorcise Of Government–Sponsored Censorship?” by Jenean M. Klein
  • “Telephone Competition Under The 1996 Telecommunications Act” by Stacy Schwartz
  • “National Entertainment Law Moot Court Competition Best Petitioners’ Brief” by Andra H. Feiner, Carol A. Giuliano, and Jessica M. LaMarche

Vol. 9.1 (Fall 2000)

  • “Investment Incentives and Local Competition at the FCC” by Larry F. Darby and Joseph Fuhr
  • “’Propertyzing’ the Electromagnetic Spectrum: Why It’s Important and, How to Begin” by LawrenceJ. White
  • “Trademark Infringement, Metatags, and The Initial Interest Confusion Remedy” by StanleyU. Paylago

Vol. 8.2 (Spring 2000)

  • “The New York Story: ‘Ain’t No Stopping Us Now’” by William E. Kennard
  • “Media and Telecommunications Regulation on the Internet: Regulate or Strangulate?” by Lewis Schnurr
  • “Open Access to Cable Systems for Internet Access Providers” by Kathleen Hawkins Berkowe
  • “Bell-Atlantic Paves the Way for In-Region Inter-Lata Long Distance Approval” by Paul Cordella

Vol. 8.1 (Fall 1999)

  • “One and the Same: How Internet Non-Regulation Undermines the Rationales Used to Support Broadcast Regulation” by Stephen J. Shapiro
  • “Restricting Foreign Television Programming in Europe: The European Community’s Television Quota Reappraised” by Michael Landsman
  • “Thoughts on the Sprint Acquisition” by Michael Botein
  • “Videostreaming Content over the Internet” by Lyndon Hong
  • “Gaps in the Jurisdictional Fence: Supreme Court Lets FCC Regulate Prices and Other Intrastate Matters in Search for Local Exchange Competition” by Derek Jacques and Dawn Fasano

Vol. 7.2 (Spring 1999)

  • “The Telecom Act at Three: Seeing the Face of the Future” by Honorable William E. Kennard, Chairman, Federal Communications Commission
  • “FCC Regulation and Other Oxymorons Revisited” by Erwin G. Krasnow and M. Wayne Milstead

Vol. 7.1 (Fall 1998)

  • “Personal Jurisdiction in Cyberspace: Where Can You Be Sued, And Whose Laws Apply?” written by George M. Perry with contributions by Peggy A. Miller, Vivian Polak and Marcy L. Edwards
  • “Regulatory Treatment of Network Convergence: Opportunities and Challenges in the Digital Era” by Benjamin Lipschitz
  • “Another Look at European Internet Law” by Alain Gardrat

Vol. 6 (Fall 1997)

  • “The Use of Disclaimers & the Internet’s World Wide Web” by B. Keith Fulton (Read)
  • “Congress Wrestles with the Internet: ACLU v. Renoand the Communications Decency Act” by Claudia Oliveri (Read)
  • “Broadcasting on the Internet: Legal Issues for Traditional and Internet-Only Broadcasters” by Eric S. Slater (Read)

Vol. 5.3 (Spring 1997)

  • “Cable Television Privacy Requirements Enter the World on Internet Service Providers” by David R. Goodfriend (Read)
  • “Content and Control of Public Access Channels on Cable Television After DenverArea Educational Telecommunications Consortium v. FCC: The Non-Forum Forum” by Jeffrey S. Hops (Read)
  • “Musical Arrangements: The Unprotected Intellectual Property” by Roy Evans (Read)

Vol. 5.2 (Winter 1996)

  • “The 1996 Telecommunications Act Trilogy” by Gregory L. Rosston (Read)
  • “Payphone Deregulation Under The Telecommunications Act of 1996” by Benjamin Lipschitz (Read)
  • “Permanent Number Portability: A Necessary Element for Effective Local Competition” by Christopher Waldron (Read)

Vol. 5.1 (Fall 1996)

  • “The Telecommunications Act of 1996 and Cable Rate Regulation” by Matthew C. Bracco (Read)
  • “The Future of Caps – In Light of Technological, Economic and Legal Factors” by James Alexander Hall, IV (Read)
  • “The History of Facsimile Use” by Catherine Rubio Kuffner (Read)
  • “OVS: A Platform Worth Investing In?” by Kimberly Auerbach (Read)

Vol. 4 (Fall 1995)

  • “Loose Ends” by Peter Huber (Read)
  • “Alien Ownership Restrictions in the Communications Industry: Are They Compatible with the NII?” by Dale Tarzia (Read)

Symposium

  • “Foreign Ownership in the Communications Industry: An Analysis of Section 310” by Richard Nohe, Erwin Krasnow, Keith E. Bernard, Joel Winnik, J. Gregory Sidak, and Richard Cotton (Read)

Vol. 3.2 (Spring 1994)

  • “Campbellv. Acuff-Rose: Bringing Fair Use into Focus?” by Edward Samuels (Read)
  • “The Supreme Court and the Prior Restraint Doctrine: An Ominous Shift?” by Sigman L. Splichal and Matthew D. Bunker (Read)
  • “A La Carte Cable Programming: Enhanced Consumer Choice or Evasion of Regulation?” by Robert B. Gibson (Read)
  • “Computerized Bulletin Board Systems: Civil Liability for Rogue Programming” by Dale Tarzia (Read)
  • “Comparative Broadcast Hearings: Bechtel and the Integration Criterion” by Tanner Freeman (Read)

Vol. 3.1 (Winter 1994 )

  • “The Government’s Role in the National Information Infrastructure” by Thomas Sugrue (Read)
  • “Spectrum Auctions for Personal Communications Services: Protecting Small Business Concerns” by Andrea L. Johnson (Read)

Symposia

  • “A Critical Analysis of the AT&T-McGraw Merger” (Read)
  • “Telco-Cable Mergers: The Future of the Telecommunications Industry?” (Read)

Vol. 2 (Spring 1993)

  • “Telecommunications, Itemization, and Privacy: Some Developments in the EC and the Netherlands” by Willem F. Korthals Altes (Read)
  • “Originality” by Monica Ashton (Read)
  • “Advertising Agencies Face Stricter Scrutiny for Their Ads” by Christopher D’Orta (Read)
  • “FCC Paves Wayfor Personal Communications Systems” by Brad Franco (Read)
  • “Economic and Regulatory Barriers to Digital Radio Technology” by Scott Rossnow (Read)
  • “Dial and File Services Accelerate Court Business” by Charlotte G. Anderson-Bedford (Read)
  • Commentary: “Television Wars” by Steven Hsiang Onne (Read)

Vol. 1.2 (Spring 1992)

  • Newspaper Format (Articles to be added)

Vol. 1.1 (Fall 1991)

  • Newspaper Format (Articles to be added)

A

  • “Paying Attention to Justice: The FCC and the Failure to Deregulate” by Michelle Almeida (Read)
  • “Telecommunications, Itemization, and Privacy: Some Developments in the EC and the Netherlands” by Willem F. Korthals Altes (Read)
  • “Dial and File Services Accelerate Court Business” by Charlotte G. Anderson-Bedford (Read)
  • “Television Without Frontiers in the European Union: The Commission Moves Broadcasting to New Grounds” by Willem F. Korthals Altes (Read)
  • “Originality” by Monica Ashton (Read)
  • “OVS: A Platform Worth Investing In?” by Kimberly Auerbach (Read)

B

  • “Bell-Atlantic Paves the Way for In-Region Inter-Lata Long Distance Approval” by Paul Cordella
  • “Flexibility in Parody of Copyrighted Material” by Joseph Beck
  • “A State-By-State Comparison of Spam Laws” by ArmindaB. Bepko
  • “Open Access to Cable Systems for Internet Access Providers” by Kathleen Hawkins Berkowe
  • “Competition in Canadian Telecommunications: Building on Success and Moving Forward” by Francoise Bertrand
  • “Digital Rights Management Systems (DRMs): Recent Developments in Europe” by Fracisco Javier Cabrera Blazquez (Read)
  • “Regulating the Transition from from Analog to Digital Television Broadcasting in North America: A Comparison of the Canadian, U.S., and Mexican Experiences” by Joshua T. Block (Read)
  • “The Demise of the Information Superhighway” by Michael Botein
  • “Thoughts on the Sprint Acquisition” by Michael Botein
  • “The FCC’s New Indecency Enforcement Policy and Its European Counterparts: A Cautionary Tale” by Michael Botein and Dariusz Adamski (Read)
  • “The Telecommunications Act of 1996 and Cable Rate Regulation” by Matthew C. Bracco (Read)

C

  • “Regulation of Speech on the Internet: Fourth Time’s the Charm?” by Tanessa Cabe (Read)
  • “Bell-Atlantic Paves the Way for In-Region Inter-Lata Long Distance Approval” by Paul Cordella
  • “Outlook for Copyright and Digital Media Legislation in the 108th Congress” by Philip S. Corwin
  • “Introduction: To Have or Not to Have – Must-Carry Rules” by Wolfgang Cross and Susanne Nikoltchev (Read)

D

  • “Consumer Welfare, Capital Formation and Net Neutrality: Paying for the Next Generation Broadband Networks” by Larry F. Darby and Joseph P. Fuhr, Jr. (Read)
  • “Investment Incentives and Local Competition at the FCC” by Larry F. Darby and Joseph Fuhr
  • “Does the Wind Blow Fair? A Discussion of the Critique of the Suntrust v. Houghton-Mifflin Case” by Carla D. Davis (Read)
  • “New Use in Copyright: A Messy Case” by Anthony diFrancesca (Read)
  • “Advertising Agencies Face Stricter Scrutiny for Their Ads” by Christopher D’Orta (Read)

E

  • “Musical Arrangements: The Unprotected Intellectual Property” by Roy Evans

F

  • “National Entertainment Law Moot Court Competition Best Petitioners’ Brief” by Andra H. Feiner, Carol A. Giuliano, and Jessica M. LaMarche
  • “FCC Paves Way for Personal Communications Systems” by Brad Franco (Read)
  • “Comparative Broadcast Hearings: Bechtel and the Integration Criterion” by Tanner Freeman (Read)
  • “Analog and Digital Must-Carry Obligations of Cable and Satellite Operators in the United States ” by Rob Frieden (Read)
  • “The Use of Disclaimers & the Internet’s World Wide Web” by B. Keith Fulton (Read)

G

  • “The Integrity of Copyright” by Martin Garbus (Read)
  • “Another Look at European Internet Law” by Alain Gardrat
  • “Statistical Framework to Value Network Neutrality” by Mark Gaynor and Scott Bradner (Read)
  • “Bush Administration Secrecy: An Empirical Study of Freedom of Information Act Disclosure” by Edward B. Gerard (Read)
  • “A La Carte Cable Programming: Enhanced Consumer Choice or Evasion of Regulation?” by Robert B. Gibson (Read)
  • “Synthetic Competition” by The Honorable Douglas H. Ginsburg (Read)
  • “Cable Television Privacy Requirements Enter the World on Internet Service Providers” by David R. Goodfriend (Read)
  • “Workshop on Must-Carry Obligations: Summary of the Discussion” by Sabina Gorini and Nico van Eijk (Read)

H

  • “The Future of Caps – In Light of Technological, Economic and Legal Factors” by James Alexander Hall, IV (Read)
  • “Videostreaming Content over the Internet” by Lyndon Hong
  • “Content and Control of Public Access Channels on Cable Television After Denver Area Educational Telecommunications Consortium v. FCC: The Non-Forum Forum” by Jeffrey S. Hops (Read)
  • “Loose Ends” by Peter Huber (Read)

J

  • “Gaps in the Jurisdictional Fence: Supreme Court Lets FCC Regulate Prices and Other Intrastate Matters in Search for Local Exchange Competition” by Derek Jacques and Dawn Fasano
  • “Spectrum Auctions for Personal Communications Services: Protecting Small Business Concerns” by Andrea L. Johnson (Read)
  • “Access to the Celestial Multiplex” by Peter Johnson (Read)

K

  • “The New York Story: ‘Ain’t No Stopping Us Now’” by William E. Kennard
  • “The Telecom Act at Three: Seeing the Face of the Future” by Honorable William E. Kennard, Chairman, Federal Communications Commission
  • “The Silent Treatment: Retaliatory Government Shut-Outs of the Press” by Samia F. Khan (Read)
  • “Is Use Of The V-Chip In The Public Schools An Exorcise Of Government – Sponsored Censorship?” by Jenean M. Klein
  • “Clearing the Air: Deconstructing the Myths and Misconceptions about Buying Broadcast Stations” by Erwin G. Krasnow (Read)
  • “FCC Regulation and Other Oxymorons Revisited” by Erwin G. Krasnow and M. Wayne Milstead
  • “The History of Facsimile Use” by Catherine Rubio Kuffner (Read)

L

  • “Restricting Foreign Television Programming in Europe: The European Community’s Television Quota Reappraised” by Michael Landsman
  • “The Development of IPTV and VOD in Europe in the Context of Transition to Digital Television” by Andre Lange (Read)
  • “A Million Little Murrows: New Media and New Politics” by Brian Lehrer (Read)
  • “Give Me Liberty: Individual Rights inA Time of War” by Anthony Lewis
  • “Payphone Deregulation Under The Telecommunications Act of 1996” by Benjamin Lipschitz (Read)
  • “Regulatory Treatment of Network Convergence: Opportunities and Challenges in the Digital Era” by Benjamin Lipschitz
  • “Freedom versus Access Rights in a European Context” by Ad van Loon

M

  • “Now That We Have Competition, Where Do We Go From Here?A Road Map For Deregulation” by Jennifer A. Manner
  • “The Potential for Practice of an Intangible Idea” by Tarlach McGonagle

N

  • “Foreign Ownership in the Communications Industry: An Analysis of Section 310” by Richard Nohe, Erwin Krasnow, Keith E. Bernard, Joel Winnik, J. Gregory Sidak, and Richard Cotton (Read)

O

  • “Congress Wrestles with the Internet: ACLU v. Reno and the Communications Decency Act” by Claudia Oliveri (Read)
  • “Television Wars” by Steven Hsiang Onne (Read)

P

  • “European Provisions for the Establishment of Co-Regulation Frameworks” by Carmen Palzer
  • “Trademark Infringement, Metatags, and The Initial Interest Confusion Remedy” by Stanley U. Paylago
  • “An Evening with Richard D. Parsons” by Richard D. Parsons (Read)
  • “An Analysis of the Public Safety & Homeland Security Benefits of an Interoperable Nationwide Emergency Communications Network at 700 MHZ Built by a Public-Private Partnership” by Dr. Alan Pearce (Read)
  • “Cingular’s Purchase of AT&T Wireless: An Economic Analysis” by Alan Pearce and J. Richard Carlson (Read)
  • “Personal Jurisdiction in Cyberspace: Where Can You Be Sued, And Whose Laws Apply?” written by George M. Perry with contributions by Peggy A. Miller, Vivian Polak and Marcy L. Edwards
  • “Access to Global Telecommunications: A Comparative Discussion of the Extraterritorial Legal Issues Confronting the Telecommunications Relay Service” by Joshua Pila (Read)

R

  • “Self-Censorship in Latin America” by Geraldo Reves (Read)
  • “Economic and Regulatory Barriers to Digital Radio Technology” by Scott Rossnow (Read)
  • “The 1996 Telecommunications Act Trilogy” by Gregory L. Rosston (Read)
  • “What are We Carrying Across the EU These Days?” by Thomas Roukens (Read)

S

  • “Campbell v. Acuff-Rose: Bringing Fair Use into Focus?” by Edward Samuels (Read)
  • “The Importance of Preserving Copyright” by Edward Samuels (Read)
  • “Media and Telecommunications Regulation on the Internet: Regulate or Strangulate?” by Lewis Schnurr
  • “Telephone Competition Under The 1996 Telecommunications Act” by Stacy Schwartz
  • “One and the Same: How Internet Non-Regulation Undermines the Rationales Used to Support Broadcast Regulation” by Stephen J. Shapiro
  • “The Odd Couple: Postmodern Culture and Copyright Law” by Eric Shimanoff (Read)
  • “A Minimum Contacts and Fairness Examination of Personal Jurisdiction Over Providers of Free Downloads on the Internet” by Natalya Shmulevich
  • “Does the Supreme Court have a ‘Liberal’ or ‘Conservative’ Intellectual Copyright Jurisprudence?: An Evening with Kenneth Starr and Martin Gerbus” by Moderator Mel Simensky
  • The Role of Parody in Copyright: Is a New Wind Blowing? “Introduction” by Melvin Simensky
  • “Broadcasting on the Internet: Legal Issues for Traditional and Internet-Only Broadcasters” by Eric S. Slater (Read)
  • “The Supreme Court and the Prior Rstraint Doctrine: An Ominous Shift?” by Sigman L. Splichal and Matthew D. Bunker (Read)
  • “What About Broadcast Violence?” by Shalom C. Stephens (Read)
  • “Child Online Protection Act: The Problem of Contemporary Community Standards on the World Wide Web” by Sahara Stone
  • “Sport as Reflected in European Media Law” by Alexander Scheuer and Peter Strothmann (Read)
  • “The Government’s Role in the National Information Infrastructure” by Thomas Sugrue (Read)

T

  • “Alien Ownership Restrictions in the Communications Industry: Are They Compatible with the NII?” by Dale Tarzia (Read)
  • “Computerized Bulletin Board Systems: Civil Liability for Rogue Programming” by Dale Tarzia (Read)
  • “Digital Video Copyright Protection with File Based Content” by Patrick Turner (Read)

V

  • “The Future of Must-Carry: From Must-Carry to a Concept of Universal Service in the Info-Communications Sector” by Peggy Valcke (Read)

W

  • “Permanent Number Portability: A Necessary Element for Effective Local Competition” by Christopher Waldron (Read)
  • “”Propertyzing” the Electromagnetic Spectrum: Why It’s Important and, How to Begin” by Lawrence J. White

(Symposia not published by author)

  • “A Critical Analysis of the AT&T – McGraw Merger”
  • “Telco – Cable Mergers: The Future of the Telecommunications Industry?” (Read)

#

  • “The 1996 Telecommunications Act Trilogy” by Gregory L. Rosston (Read)

A

  • “Access to the Celestial Multiplex” by Peter Johnson (Read)
  • “Access to Global Telecommunications: A Comparative Discussion of the Extraterritorial Legal Issues Confronting the Telecommunications Relay Service” by Joshua Pila (Read)
  • “Advertising Agencies Face Stricter Scrutiny for Their Ads” by Christopher D’Orta (Read)
  • “Alien Ownership Restrictions in the Communications Industry: Are They Compatible with the NII?” by Dale Tarzia (Read)
  • “Analog and Digital Must-Carry Obligations of Cable and Satellite Operators in the United States ” by Rob Frieden (Read)
  • “An Analysis of the Public Safety & Homeland Security Benefits of an Interoperable Nationwide Emergency Communications Network at 700 MHZ Built by a Public-Private Partnership” by Dr. Alan Pearce (Read)
  • “Another Look at European Internet Law” by Alain Gardrat

B

  • “Bell-Atlantic Paves the Way for In-Region Inter-Lata Long Distance Approval” by Paul Cordella“Flexibility in Parody of Copyrighted Material” by Joseph Beck
  • “Broadcasting on the Internet: Legal Issues for Traditional and Internet-Only Broadcasters” by Eric S. Slater (Read)
  • “Bush Administration Secrecy: An Empirical Study of Freedom of Information Act Disclosure” by Edward B. Gerard (Read)

C

  • “Cable Television Privacy Requirements Enter the World on Internet Service Providers” by David R. Goodfriend (Read)
  • “Campbell v. Acuff-Rose: Bringing Fair Use into Focus?” by Edward Samuels (Read)
  • “Child Online Protection Act: The Problem of Contemporary Community Standards on the World Wide Web” by Sahara Stone
  • “Cingular’s Purchase of AT&T Wireless: An Economic Analysis” by Alan Pearce and J. Richard Carlson (Read)
  • “Clearing the Air: Deconstructing the Myths and Misconceptions about Buying Broadcast Stations” by Erwin G. Krasnow (Read)
  • “Comparative Broadcast Hearings: Bechtel and the Integration Criterion” by Tanner Freeman (Read)
  • “Competition in Canadian Telecommunications: Building on Success and Moving Forward” by Francoise Bertrand
  • “Computerized Bulletin Board Systems: Civil Liability for Rogue Programming” by Dale Tarzia (Read)
  • “Congress Wrestles with the Internet: ACLU v. Reno and the Communications Decency Act” by Claudia Oliveri (Read)
  • “Consumer Welfare, Capital Formation and Net Neutrality: Paying for the Next Generation Broadband Networks” by Larry F. Darby and Joseph P. Fuhr, Jr. (Read)
  • “Content and Control of Public Access Channels on Cable Television After Denver Area Educational Telecommunications Consortium v. FCC: The Non-Forum Forum” by Jeffrey S. Hops (Read)
  • “A Critical Analysis of the AT&T – McGraw Merger” (Read)

D

  • “The Demise of the Information Superhighway” by Michael Botein
  • “The Development of IPTV and VOD in Europe in the Context of Transition to Digital Television” by Andre Lange (Read)
  • “Dial and File Services Accelerate Court Business” by Charlotte G. Anderson-Bedford (Read)
  • “Digital Rights Management Systems (DRMs): Recent Developments in Europe” by Fracisco Javier Cabrera Blazquez (Read)
  • “Digital Video Copyright Protection with File Based Content” by Patrick Turner (Read)
  • “Does the Supreme Court have a ‘Liberal’ or ‘Conservative’ Intellectual Copyright Jurisprudence?: An Evening with Kenneth Starr and Martin Gerbus” by Moderator Mel Simensky
  • “Does the Wind Blow Fair? A Discussion of the Critique of the Suntrust v. Houghton-Mifflin Case” by Carla D. Davis (Read)

E

  • “Economic and Regulatory Barriers to Digital Radio Technology” by Scott Rossnow (Read)
  • “European Provisions for the Establishment of Co-Regulation Frameworks” by Carmen Palzer
  • “An Evening with Richard D. Parsons” by Richard D. Parsons (Read)

F

  • “FCC Paves Way for Personal Communications Systems” by Brad Franco (Read)
  • “The FCC’s New Indecency Enforcement Policy and Its European Counterparts: A Cautionary Tale” by Michael Botein and Dariusz Adamski (Read)
  • “FCC Regulation and Other Oxymorons Revisited” by Erwin G. Krasnow and M. Wayne Milstead
  • “Flexibility in Parody of Copyrighted Material” by Joseph Beck
  • “Foreign Ownership in the Communications Industry: An Analysis of Section 310” by Richard Nohe, Erwin Krasnow, Keith E. Bernard, Joel Winnik, J. Gregory Sidak, and Richard Cotton (Read)
  • “Freedom versus Access Rights in a European Context” by Ad van Loon
  • “The Future of Caps – In Light of Technological, Economic and Legal Factors” by James Alexander Hall, IV (Read)
  • “The Future of Must-Carry: From Must-Carry to a Concept of Universal Service in the Info-Communications Sector” by Peggy Valcke (Read)

G

  • “Gaps in the Jurisdictional Fence: Supreme Court Lets FCC Regulate Prices and Other Intrastate Matters in Search for Local Exchange Competition” by Derek Jacques and Dawn Fasano
  • “Give Me Liberty: Individual Rights inA Time of War” by Anthony Lewis
  • “The Government’s Role in the National Information Infrastructure” by Thomas Sugrue (Read)

H

  • “The History of Facsimile Use” by Catherine Rubio Kuffner (Read)

I

  • “The Importance of Preserving Copyright” by Edward Samuels (Read)
  • “The Integrity of Copyright” by Martin Garbus (Read)
  • “Introduction: To Have or Not to Have – Must-Carry Rules” by Wolfgang Cross and Susanne Nikoltchev (Read)
  • “Investment Incentives and Local Competition at the FCC” by Larry F. Darby and Joseph Fuhr
  • “Is Use Of The V-Chip In The Public Schools An Exorcise Of Government – Sponsored Censorship?” by Jenean M. Klein

L

  • “A La Carte Cable Programming: Enhanced Consumer Choice or Evasion of Regulation?” by Robert B. Gibson (Read)
  • “Loose Ends” by Peter Huber (Read)

M

  • “Media and Telecommunications Regulation on the Internet: Regulate or Strangulate?” by Lewis Schnurr
  • “A Million Little Murrows: New Media and New Politics” by Brian Lehrer (Read)
  • “A Minimum Contacts and Fairness Examination of Personal Jurisdiction Over Providers of Free Downloads on the Internet” by Natalya Shmulevich
  • “Musical Arrangements: The Unprotected Intellectual Property” by Roy Evans

N

  • “National Entertainment Law Moot Court Competition Best Petitioners’ Brief” by Andra H. Feiner, Carol A. Giuliano, and Jessica M. LaMarche
  • “New Use in Copyright: A Messy Case” by Anthony diFrancesca (Read)
  • “The New York Story: ‘Ain’t No Stopping Us Now’” by William E. Kennard
  • “Now That We Have Competition, Where Do We Go From Here?A Road Map For Deregulation” by Jennifer A. Manner

O

  • “The Odd Couple: Postmodern Culture and Copyright Law” by Eric Shimanoff (Read)
  • “One and the Same: How Internet Non-Regulation Undermines the Rationales Used to Support Broadcast Regulation” by Stephen J. Shapiro
  • “Open Access to Cable Systems for Internet Access Providers” by Kathleen Hawkins Berkowe
  • “Originality” by Monica Ashton (Read)
  • “Outlook for Copyright and Digital Media Legislation in the 108th Congress” by Philip S. Corwin
  • “OVS: A Platform Worth Investing In?” by Kimberly Auerbach (Read)

P

  • “Paying Attention to Justice: The FCC and the Failure to Deregulate” by Michelle Almeida (Read)
  • “Payphone Deregulation Under The Telecommunications Act of 1996” by Benjamin Lipschitz (Read)
  • “Permanent Number Portability: A Necessary Element for Effective Local Competition” by Christopher Waldron (Read)
  • “Personal Jurisdiction in Cyberspace: Where Can You Be Sued, And Whose Laws Apply?” written by George M. Perry with contributions by Peggy A. Miller, Vivian Polak and Marcy L. Edwards
  • “The Potential for Practice of an Intangible Idea” by Tarlach McGonagle
  • “‘Propertyzing” the Electromagnetic Spectrum: Why It’s Important and, How to Begin” by Lawrence J. White

R

  • “Regulating the Transition from from Analog to Digital Television Broadcasting in North America: A Comparison of the Canadian, U.S., and Mexican Experiences” by Joshua T. Block (Read)
  • “Regulation of Speech on the Internet: Fourth Time’s the Charm?” by Tanessa Cabe (Read)
  • “Regulatory Treatment of Network Convergence: Opportunities and Challenges in the Digital Era” by Benjamin Lipschitz
  • “Restricting Foreign Television Programming in Europe: The European Community’s Television Quota Reappraised” by Michael Landsman
  • “The Role of Parody in Copyright: Is a New Wind Blowing? “Introduction” by Melvin Simensky

S

  • “Self-Censorship in Latin America” by Geraldo Reves (Read)
  • “The Silent Treatment: Retaliatory Government Shut-Outs of the Press” by Samia F. Khan (Read)
  • “Spectrum Auctions for Personal Communications Services: Protecting Small Business Concerns” by Andrea L. Johnson (Read)
  • “Sport as Reflected in European Media Law” by Alexander Scheuer and Peter Strothmann (Read)
  • “A State-By-State Comparison of Spam Laws” by ArmindaB. Bepko
  • “Statistical Framework to Value Network Neutrality” by Mark Gaynor and Scott Bradner (Read)
  • “The Supreme Court and the Prior Rstraint Doctrine: An Ominous Shift?” by Sigman L. Splichal and Matthew D. Bunker (Read)
  • “Synthetic Competition” by The Honorable Douglas H. Ginsburg (Read)

T

  • “Telco – Cable Mergers: The Future of the Telecommunications Industry?” (Read)
  • “The Telecom Act at Three: Seeing the Face of the Future” by Honorable William E. Kennard, Chairman, Federal Communications Commission
  • “The Telecommunications Act of 1996 and Cable Rate Regulation” by Matthew C. Bracco (Read)
  • “Telecommunications, Itemization, and Privacy: Some Developments in the EC and the Netherlands” by Willem F. Korthals Altes (Read)
  • “Telephone Competition Under The 1996 Telecommunications Act” by Stacy Schwartz
  • “Television Wars” by Steven Hsiang Onne (Read)
  • “Television Without Frontiers in the European Union: The Commission Moves Broadcasting to New Grounds” by Willem F. Korthals Altes (Read)
  • “Thoughts on the Sprint Acquisition” by Michael Botein
  • “Trademark Infringement, Metatags, and The Initial Interest Confusion Remedy” by Stanley U. Paylago

V

  • “Videostreaming Content over the Internet” by Lyndon Hong

U

  • “The Use of Disclaimers & the Internet’s World Wide Web” by B. Keith Fulton (Read)

W

  • “What About Broadcast Violence?” by Shalom C. Stephens (Read)
  • “What Are We Carrying Across the EU These Days?” by Thomas Roukens (Read)
  • “Workshop on Must-Carry Obligations: Summary of the Discussion” by Sabina Gorini and Nico van Eijk (Read)