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In Search Of The Multimedia Grail, Daniel L. Brenner Dec 1994

In Search Of The Multimedia Grail, Daniel L. Brenner

Federal Communications Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Fcc Plus Sixty, Larry King Dec 1994

Fcc Plus Sixty, Larry King

Federal Communications Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Trends In Communications And Other Musings On Our Future, Rachelle B. Chong Dec 1994

Trends In Communications And Other Musings On Our Future, Rachelle B. Chong

Federal Communications Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Jefferson On The Internet, Nicholas Johnson Dec 1994

Jefferson On The Internet, Nicholas Johnson

Federal Communications Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Steps Toward A Global Information Infrastructure, Larry Irving, Janet Hernandez, Wendy C. Chow Dec 1994

Steps Toward A Global Information Infrastructure, Larry Irving, Janet Hernandez, Wendy C. Chow

Federal Communications Law Journal

No abstract provided.


A Law Antecedent And Paramount, Fred H. Cate Dec 1994

A Law Antecedent And Paramount, Fred H. Cate

Federal Communications Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Toward Regulation That Fosters Competition, Reed Hundt Dec 1994

Toward Regulation That Fosters Competition, Reed Hundt

Federal Communications Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Principles For The Communications Act Of 2034: The Superstructure Of Infrastructure, Eli M. Noam Dec 1994

Principles For The Communications Act Of 2034: The Superstructure Of Infrastructure, Eli M. Noam

Federal Communications Law Journal

No abstract provided.


On The Sixtieth Anniversary Of The Communications Act Of 1934, Joel Rosenbloom Dec 1994

On The Sixtieth Anniversary Of The Communications Act Of 1934, Joel Rosenbloom

Federal Communications Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Regulations Under The Higher Education Amendments Of 1992: A Case Study In Negotiated Rulemaking, Mark L. Pelesh Oct 1994

Regulations Under The Higher Education Amendments Of 1992: A Case Study In Negotiated Rulemaking, Mark L. Pelesh

Law and Contemporary Problems

The Higher Education Amendments of 1992 formally provided for a "Program Integrity Triad" of accrediting agencies, the states, and the Department of Education to control access to student financial assistance programs. Negotiated rulemaking was mandated by Congress for the implementation of the program.


Private Accreditation As A Substitute For Direct Government Regulation In Public Health Insurance Programs: When Is It Appropriate?, Eleanor D. Kinney Oct 1994

Private Accreditation As A Substitute For Direct Government Regulation In Public Health Insurance Programs: When Is It Appropriate?, Eleanor D. Kinney

Law and Contemporary Problems

The appropriateness of the use of private accreditation in regulating and defining the quality of health care providers under government health insurance programs is examined. The characteristics of health care institutions and the patients they serve are important considerations.


The Unfolding Tendency In The Federal Relationship To Private Accreditation In Higher Education, Matthew W. Finkin Oct 1994

The Unfolding Tendency In The Federal Relationship To Private Accreditation In Higher Education, Matthew W. Finkin

Law and Contemporary Problems

The government has come to rely on private organizations for accreditation in higher education. It created the Higher Education Amendments of 1992 Act, which provided for state "postsecondary review entities" to contract with the Department of Education.


Bioethics With A Human Face, Carl E. Schneider Oct 1994

Bioethics With A Human Face, Carl E. Schneider

Articles

This Article and the successor article I will shortly publish grow out of one reaction I have had to years of reading bioethical and legal literature. Let me begin by putting the point in its simplest, even crudest, form: That literature too often discusses the problems of health care in so disembodied and denatured a way that the patients and physicians, the family and friends, the dread and the disease are quite abstracted from the scene. The result is a literature that critically limits itself and that crucially oversimplifies the issues it confronts. There are, of course, reasons bioethical and ...


Review Of: Ann Rappaport, Development And Transfer Of Pollution Prevention Technology, Kristina M. Jahns Sep 1994

Review Of: Ann Rappaport, Development And Transfer Of Pollution Prevention Technology, Kristina M. Jahns

RISK: Health, Safety & Environment (1990-2002)

Review of: Ann Rappaport, Development and Transfer of Pollution Prevention Technology (Quorum Books 1993). Appendices, bibliographical references, figures, index, preface, tables. LC 93-292; ISBN 0-89930-816-3 [203 pp. Cloth $55.00. 88 Post Road West, Westport CT 06881.]


Banking And Finance Financial Institutions: Provide Amendments To Licensing Requirements Of Mortgage Lenders And Mortgage Brokers, William D. Gaither Sep 1994

Banking And Finance Financial Institutions: Provide Amendments To Licensing Requirements Of Mortgage Lenders And Mortgage Brokers, William D. Gaither

Georgia State University Law Review

The Act makes changes to improve implementation of the 1993 Georgia law regulating mortgage lenders and mortgage brokers.


Amendment To The Constitution Of The State Of Georgia Article Iii. Legislative Branch, Section Vi. Exercise Of Powers: Provide Georgia Complete Authority To Regulate Alcoholic Beverages In Any Manner Permitted Under The Twenty-First Amendment To The United States Constitution, Leila Ann Greiff Lawlor Sep 1994

Amendment To The Constitution Of The State Of Georgia Article Iii. Legislative Branch, Section Vi. Exercise Of Powers: Provide Georgia Complete Authority To Regulate Alcoholic Beverages In Any Manner Permitted Under The Twenty-First Amendment To The United States Constitution, Leila Ann Greiff Lawlor

Georgia State University Law Review

The General Assembly passed this resolution during its 1994 session, but the voters of Georgia must ratify the legislation in a statewide referendum in November 1994 in order for the resolution to become an amendment to the Georgia Constitution. The amendment gives the Georgia General Assembly full authority under the Twenty-First Amendment to the United States Constitution to regulate public nudity in combination with alcoholic beverage sales.


Indecent Exposure On The Information Superhighway: Regulating Pornography On Integrated Broadband Telecommunications Networks, Angelyn M. Wright Sep 1994

Indecent Exposure On The Information Superhighway: Regulating Pornography On Integrated Broadband Telecommunications Networks, Angelyn M. Wright

Georgia State University Law Review

No abstract provided.


The National Information Infrastructure Initiative And The Emergence Of The Electronic Superhighway, Jonathan D. Blake, Lee J. Tiedrich Jun 1994

The National Information Infrastructure Initiative And The Emergence Of The Electronic Superhighway, Jonathan D. Blake, Lee J. Tiedrich

Federal Communications Law Journal

The "information superhighway" has become a multipurpose label for the nation's evolving communications structure. Private investment to extend and enhance communications capacity, convergence of presently disparate technologies, and governmental policy will all play a role in formulating the superhighway's composition. Plainly, the challenges that lie ahead in constructing and regulating the superhighway will confront both the public and private sectors. The Authors begin their discussion by exploring the communications industry's role in developing the information superhighway. They then examine the details of both pending infrastructure legislation and the Clinton administration's infrastructure proposal. The Authors also discuss ...


Swaps Ahoy! Should Regulators Voyage Into Unknown Waters?, Marc A. Horwitz Apr 1994

Swaps Ahoy! Should Regulators Voyage Into Unknown Waters?, Marc A. Horwitz

Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies

No abstract provided.


Anatomy Of A Regulatory Program: Comment On “Strategic Regulators And The Choice Of Rulemaking Procedures”, Jeffrey S. Lubbers Apr 1994

Anatomy Of A Regulatory Program: Comment On “Strategic Regulators And The Choice Of Rulemaking Procedures”, Jeffrey S. Lubbers

Law and Contemporary Problems

James Hamilton and Christopher Schroeder's (1994) article on agency behavior shed light on the issue of whether agency rulemaking may be "ossifying." Certain types of agency rules are much more likely to be accompanied by at least one guidance document.


Improving The Environment Of Agency Rulemaking: An Essay On Management, Games, And Accountability, Jerry L. Mashaw Apr 1994

Improving The Environment Of Agency Rulemaking: An Essay On Management, Games, And Accountability, Jerry L. Mashaw

Law and Contemporary Problems

Rulemaking by federal administrative agencies tends to be viewed more as a problem than as a solution today. It is argued that if policymaking by rule has become moribund, there is a need to reconsider the structure of agency rulemaking as a mechanism of governance.


Strategic Regulators And The Choice Of Rulemaking Procedures: The Selection Of Formal Vs. Informal Rules In Regulating Hazardous Waste, James T. Hamilton, Christopher H. Schroeder Apr 1994

Strategic Regulators And The Choice Of Rulemaking Procedures: The Selection Of Formal Vs. Informal Rules In Regulating Hazardous Waste, James T. Hamilton, Christopher H. Schroeder

Law and Contemporary Problems

The selection of decisionmaking procedures by regulatory agencies is examined, using the EPA and its implementation of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act as a source of data. The role that congressional selection of agency procedures plays in the efforts of Congress to control agency policy is refined.


Tqm-Ing Omb: Or Why Regulatory Review Under Executive Order 12,291 Works Poorly And What President Clinton Should Do About It, E. Donald Elliott Apr 1994

Tqm-Ing Omb: Or Why Regulatory Review Under Executive Order 12,291 Works Poorly And What President Clinton Should Do About It, E. Donald Elliott

Law and Contemporary Problems

Reflections are presented on how Pres Clinton should improve the deeply troubled relationship between the OMB and other government agencies. No president would dream of abolishing review of agency actions by the OMB.


Telecommunications Property Taxation, James A. Amdur Mar 1994

Telecommunications Property Taxation, James A. Amdur

Federal Communications Law Journal

Because of recent changes in the regulatory environment, both states and telecommunications carriers are giving increased attention to property taxation. In analyzing the principles and practices involved in property taxation of telecommunications carriers, the Article emphasizes the relationship between the manner of regulation and the valuation of property. The Article reviews three major cases that deal with significant current valuation issues, and concludes that a uniform system of valuation and taxation would be the optimal solution to resolve many of the issues.


Panel Iv: Censorship Of Cable Television’S Leased And Public Access Channels, Majorie Heins, James N. Horwood, Robert T. Perry, Michael Sitcov Mar 1994

Panel Iv: Censorship Of Cable Television’S Leased And Public Access Channels, Majorie Heins, James N. Horwood, Robert T. Perry, Michael Sitcov

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Maximizing The Return From Genome Research: Introduction, Thomas G. Field Jr. Mar 1994

Maximizing The Return From Genome Research: Introduction, Thomas G. Field Jr.

RISK: Health, Safety & Environment (1990-2002)

Professor Field introduces and explains the origins of the symposium.


Panel Ii: Cable Versus Broadcast Tv: The “Must Carry” Provisions Of The Cable Television Consumer And Competition Act Of 1992, Marc Apfelbaum, Gregory Buscarino, Steven J. Hyman, Robert D. Joffe Mar 1994

Panel Ii: Cable Versus Broadcast Tv: The “Must Carry” Provisions Of The Cable Television Consumer And Competition Act Of 1992, Marc Apfelbaum, Gregory Buscarino, Steven J. Hyman, Robert D. Joffe

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Panel Iii: Cable Versus The Telephone Companies: Can Telephone Companies Be Constitutionally Barred From Delivering Video Programming? , David E. Bronston, James J. Gilligan, Mark C. Hansen, Joseph A. Post Mar 1994

Panel Iii: Cable Versus The Telephone Companies: Can Telephone Companies Be Constitutionally Barred From Delivering Video Programming? , David E. Bronston, James J. Gilligan, Mark C. Hansen, Joseph A. Post

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Panel I: The Changing Landscape Of First Amendment Jurisprudence In Light Of The New Communications And Media Alliances, J. Richard Devlin, Theodore C. Hirt, Andrew A. Merdek Mar 1994

Panel I: The Changing Landscape Of First Amendment Jurisprudence In Light Of The New Communications And Media Alliances, J. Richard Devlin, Theodore C. Hirt, Andrew A. Merdek

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The Legal Regulation Of Foreign Investment In Russia, Vladimir F. Popondopulo Jan 1994

The Legal Regulation Of Foreign Investment In Russia, Vladimir F. Popondopulo

Cleveland State Law Review

The legal regulation of foreign investment in Russia is carried out in accordance with the Statute of the Russian Federation dated July 4, 1991, entitled, "Concerning Foreign Investment in the Russia Federation and in accordance with several other basic laws. The statute prescribes the concept of foreign investment and the forms in which it may take effect, the procedure for the creation, operation and liquidation of foreign investment business enterprises, the procedure for the acquisition by foreign investors of ownership shares in the enterprise, its stock or other securities, the procedure for the acquisition by the foreign investor of the ...