International Telecommunications Law in the Post-Deregulatory Landscape
Co-Sponsored with the Brooklyn Law School Center for the Study of International Business Law
Joan G. Wexler
Panel I: Telecommunications Developments in the European Union
The Post-Deregulatory Landscape in International Telecommunications Law: A Unique European Union Approach?
Governing Networks: Telecommunication Deregulation in Europe and the United States
Panel I: Discussion Transcript
Panel II: ICANN and WIPO at Work: Towards a Paradigm of International Telecommunications Governance?
The Managing Lawmaker in Cyberspace: A Power Model
Fair.com?: An Examination of the Allegations of Systemic Unfairness in the ICANN UDRP
Panel II: Discussion Transcript
Reed E. Hundt
Panel III: International Trade in Media Products
Commentary: Globalism and National Media Policies in the United States and Canada: A Critique of C. Edwin Baker’s Media, Markets, and Democracy
Jerome A. Barron
Panel III: Discussion Transcript
Notes and Comments:
Casting a Constitutional Controversy as a Nonjusticiable Political Question: Made in the USA Foundation v. United States
Moses David Breuer
Motives and Consequences of the FSC Dispute: Recent Salvo in a Long Standing Trade War or Fashioning a Bargaining Chip?
Nicholas J. Minella
Recognition of Indigenous Heritage in the Modern World: U.S. Legal Protection in Light of International Custom
Kristin Ann Mattiske
Is Uganda’s “No-Party” System Discriminatory Against Women and a Violation of International Law?
Amy N. Lippincott