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Bouchat V. Baltimore Ravens: The Fourth Circuit Adopts The Strinkingly Similar Doctrine To Infer Proof Of Access, Douglas R. Arntsen Dec 2003

Bouchat V. Baltimore Ravens: The Fourth Circuit Adopts The Strinkingly Similar Doctrine To Infer Proof Of Access, Douglas R. Arntsen

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


A Barcelona.Com Analysis: Toward A Better Model For Adjudication Of International Domain Name Disputes, Zohar Efroni Dec 2003

A Barcelona.Com Analysis: Toward A Better Model For Adjudication Of International Domain Name Disputes, Zohar Efroni

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Panel Ii: Conflicts Of Interest In Sports, John D. Feerick, David Feher, Craig E. Fenech, Charles Grantham, Steven C. Krane, Nicole Coward Dec 2003

Panel Ii: Conflicts Of Interest In Sports, John D. Feerick, David Feher, Craig E. Fenech, Charles Grantham, Steven C. Krane, Nicole Coward

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The Glass Sneaker: Thirty Years Of Victories And Defeats Involving Title Ix And Sex Discrimination In Athletics, Diane Heckman Dec 2003

The Glass Sneaker: Thirty Years Of Victories And Defeats Involving Title Ix And Sex Discrimination In Athletics, Diane Heckman

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Personal Fouls: How Sexual Assault By Football Players Is Exposing Universities To Title Ix Liability, Christopher M. Parent Dec 2003

Personal Fouls: How Sexual Assault By Football Players Is Exposing Universities To Title Ix Liability, Christopher M. Parent

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Pay Or Play? The Jeremy Bloom Decision And Ncaa Amateurism Rules, Laura Freedman Dec 2003

Pay Or Play? The Jeremy Bloom Decision And Ncaa Amateurism Rules, Laura Freedman

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Far From The Finish Line: Transsexualism And Athletic Competition, Jill Pilgrim, David Martin, Will Binder Dec 2003

Far From The Finish Line: Transsexualism And Athletic Competition, Jill Pilgrim, David Martin, Will Binder

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Panel I: Legal Issues In Sports Security, Richard H. Fallon, Jr., Milton Ahlerich, Norman Siegel, William D. Squires, Paul H. Zoubek, Laura Freedman Dec 2003

Panel I: Legal Issues In Sports Security, Richard H. Fallon, Jr., Milton Ahlerich, Norman Siegel, William D. Squires, Paul H. Zoubek, Laura Freedman

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Panel Iii: The Current State Of Sports And The Media, Mark Conrad, Laurie Basch, David S. Denenberg, Jim Durham, Jerome S. Ebenstein, Brett Goodman, Nicole Coward Dec 2003

Panel Iii: The Current State Of Sports And The Media, Mark Conrad, Laurie Basch, David S. Denenberg, Jim Durham, Jerome S. Ebenstein, Brett Goodman, Nicole Coward

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Platform For Privacy Preferences (“P3p”): Finding Consumer Assent To Electronic Privacy Policies, Kimberly Rose Goldberg Dec 2003

Platform For Privacy Preferences (“P3p”): Finding Consumer Assent To Electronic Privacy Policies, Kimberly Rose Goldberg

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Intellectual Property In Transition Economies: Assessing The Latvian Experience, Simon Helm Dec 2003

Intellectual Property In Transition Economies: Assessing The Latvian Experience, Simon Helm

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Rethinking Reexamination Reform: Is It Time For Corrective Surgery, Or Is It Time To Amputate?, Kristn Jakobsen Osenga Dec 2003

Rethinking Reexamination Reform: Is It Time For Corrective Surgery, Or Is It Time To Amputate?, Kristn Jakobsen Osenga

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


No Competition: How Radio Consolidation Has Diminished Diversity And Sacrificed Localism, Gregory M. Prindle Dec 2003

No Competition: How Radio Consolidation Has Diminished Diversity And Sacrificed Localism, Gregory M. Prindle

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Ensuring The Continuity Of The United States Government: The Presidency: Joint Hearing Before The Committee On The Judiciary And Committee On Rules And Administration, Senate, 108th Congress, Subcommittee On Constitutional Amendments; Committee On The Judiciary. Senate. United States. Sep 2003

Ensuring The Continuity Of The United States Government: The Presidency: Joint Hearing Before The Committee On The Judiciary And Committee On Rules And Administration, Senate, 108th Congress, Subcommittee On Constitutional Amendments; Committee On The Judiciary. Senate. United States.

Congressional Materials

Examines concerns about the Presidential Succession Act and proposals to revise procedures for a transfer of power in case of vacancies in the offices of President and Vice President.


Presidential Succession Act Of 2003, United States. House Of Representatives Jul 2003

Presidential Succession Act Of 2003, United States. House Of Representatives

Proposed Presidential Succession Legislation

A proposed bill to enable the President to select a successor in the case that both the President and Vice President are unable to serve. This proposed bill requires the President to submit the presidential succession list, with either the Speaker of the House of Representatives or the office of the Minority Leader of the House as the office designated as the highest on the presidential succession list and either the Office of the Majority Leader of the Senate or the office of the Minority Leader of the Senate as next highest on the list.


Press Rights In Peril: The Department Of Justice Infringes Upon Press Liberties By Conducting "Special Interest" Removal Proceedings, Gabriel S. Oberfield Jun 2003

Press Rights In Peril: The Department Of Justice Infringes Upon Press Liberties By Conducting "Special Interest" Removal Proceedings, Gabriel S. Oberfield

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


C’Est What? Saisie! A Comparison Of Patent Infringement Remedies Among The G7 Economic Nations, Larry Coury Jun 2003

C’Est What? Saisie! A Comparison Of Patent Infringement Remedies Among The G7 Economic Nations, Larry Coury

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Filled Milk, Footnote Four & The First Amendment: An Analysis Of The Preferred Position Of Speech After The Carolene Products Decision, Elizabeth Wallmeyer Jun 2003

Filled Milk, Footnote Four & The First Amendment: An Analysis Of The Preferred Position Of Speech After The Carolene Products Decision, Elizabeth Wallmeyer

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Victor’S Little Secret: Supreme Court Decision Means More Protection For Trademark Parody, Jordan M. Blanke Jun 2003

Victor’S Little Secret: Supreme Court Decision Means More Protection For Trademark Parody, Jordan M. Blanke

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Presidential And Vice Presidential Succession: Overview And Current Legislation, Thomas H. Neale, Congressional Research Service. Library Of Congress, Government And Finance Division. Library Of Congress Mar 2003

Presidential And Vice Presidential Succession: Overview And Current Legislation, Thomas H. Neale, Congressional Research Service. Library Of Congress, Government And Finance Division. Library Of Congress

Congressional Materials

Reviews legislative history of presidential and vice presidential succession.


Internet Killed The Video Star: How In-House Internet Distribution Will Affect Profit Participants , Konrad Gatien Mar 2003

Internet Killed The Video Star: How In-House Internet Distribution Will Affect Profit Participants , Konrad Gatien

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Advancing Science While Protecting Developing Countries From Exloitation Of Their Resources And Knowledge, Elizabeth Longacre Mar 2003

Advancing Science While Protecting Developing Countries From Exloitation Of Their Resources And Knowledge, Elizabeth Longacre

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Panel I: The End Of Equivalents? Examining The Fallout From Festo, J. Michael Jakes, Herbert Michael Schwartz, Harold C. Wegner Mar 2003

Panel I: The End Of Equivalents? Examining The Fallout From Festo, J. Michael Jakes, Herbert Michael Schwartz, Harold C. Wegner

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Panel Ii: Mickey Mice? Potential Ramifications Of Eldred V. Ashcroft, David O. Carson, Eben Moglen, Wendy Seltzer, Charles Sims Mar 2003

Panel Ii: Mickey Mice? Potential Ramifications Of Eldred V. Ashcroft, David O. Carson, Eben Moglen, Wendy Seltzer, Charles Sims

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Panel Iii: Www.Thegovernmenthasdecideditisinyour(Read:Our)Bestinterestsnottoviewthis.Com: Should The First Amendment Ever Come Second?, Ann Beeson, Jacob M. Lewis, Charles Sims, Lee Tien Mar 2003

Panel Iii: Www.Thegovernmenthasdecideditisinyour(Read:Our)Bestinterestsnottoviewthis.Com: Should The First Amendment Ever Come Second?, Ann Beeson, Jacob M. Lewis, Charles Sims, Lee Tien

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Festering Questions After Festo, Harold C. Wegner Mar 2003

Festering Questions After Festo, Harold C. Wegner

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Le Droit Et Les Reseaux Internationaux D'Information, Joel R. Reidenberg Feb 2003

Le Droit Et Les Reseaux Internationaux D'Information, Joel R. Reidenberg

Faculty Scholarship

Travaux pour obtenir le grade de Docteur De L'Universite Paris I. Discipline: Droit. Sujet des publications: Le Droit Et Les Reseaux Internationaux D'Information


Analyst Conflicts Of Interests: Are The Nasd And Nyse Rules Enough?, Karen Contoudis Jan 2003

Analyst Conflicts Of Interests: Are The Nasd And Nyse Rules Enough?, Karen Contoudis

Fordham Journal of Corporate & Financial Law

No abstract provided.


Just The (Unweildy, Hard To Gether, But Nonetheless Essential) Facts, Ma'am: What We Know And Don't Know About Problem-Solving Courts, Greg Berman, Anne Gulick Jan 2003

Just The (Unweildy, Hard To Gether, But Nonetheless Essential) Facts, Ma'am: What We Know And Don't Know About Problem-Solving Courts, Greg Berman, Anne Gulick

Fordham Urban Law Journal

This article asses what is known and what remains to be understood about problem-solving courts. Specifically, the article asserts that drug courts serve a needy population, court mandated treatment programs have higher retention rates, those who participate longer have better outcomes, those in drug courts had lower rates of recidivism, drug use, and that graduated sanctions have statistically significant impact on offenders behavior, sanctions are crucial to the model's effectiveness, post-program studies are sparse, drug courts are less costly than traditional adjudication, but cost savings for jail and prison beds are less clear. The article also addresses questions that ...


Theorizing Community Justice Through Community Courts, Jeffrey Fagan, Victoria Malkin Jan 2003

Theorizing Community Justice Through Community Courts, Jeffrey Fagan, Victoria Malkin

Fordham Urban Law Journal

This article reports on research conducted on the Red Hook Community Justice Center in Brooklyn, New York. It theorizes the structure and process of community justice, focusing on the model offered by community courts and examining how the Red Hook Community Justice Center's development and implementation are products of its immersion in the intersection of societal, spatial, and political dynamic within the Red Hook neighborhood. The article begins by reviewing the sociological perspectives that converge in the historical development of "community justice." It continues by setting forth a framework of social regulation and control that shapes the internal workings ...