Entertainment Law Reporter
www.EntertainmentLawReporter.com
June 2006 Volume 28 Number 1

In the Law Reviews:

Entertainment and Sports Lawyer, a Publication of the ABA Forum on the Entertainment and Sports Industries, has issued Volume 23, Number 3 with the following articles:

Antitrust and Major League Baseball: The MLB v. Crist Antitrust Preemption Case by M.K. Braza, 23/3 Entertainment and Sports Lawyer 1 (2005) (for publisher, see above)

Publicity Rights, Merchandising and Economic Reasoning by Michael Einhorn, 23/3 Entertainment and Sports Lawyer 1 (2005) (for publisher, see above)

Lawyering at the Intersection of Madison and Vine: It’s about Brand Integration by Scott Shagin and Matthew Savare, 23/3 Entertainment and Sports Lawyer 1 (2005) (for publisher, see above)

Pinned Down: Labor Law and Professional Wrestling Part I: The History of the Billion-Dollar Pro-Wrestling Industry by Jamie Sharp, 23/3 Entertainment and Sports Lawyer 3 (2005) (for publisher, see above)

New York University Journal of Legislation and Public Policy has published Volume 9, Number 1 with a Symposium on The Unintended Consequences of Legislating Technology: The Digital Millennium Copyright Act including the following articles:

American Copyright Issues in the Pre-Grokster Landscape by Alison M. Norris, 9 New York University Journal of Legislation and Public Policy 1 (2005)

Making Technology Visible: Liability of Internet Service Providers for Peer-to-Peer Traffic by Niva Elkin-Koren, 9 New York University Journal of Legislation and Public Policy 15 (2005)

Daddy…Are We There Yet? Lost in Grokster Land by Diane Leenheer Zimmerman, 9 New York University Journal of Legislation and Public Policy 75 (2005)

Safe Harbors Under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act by Mike  Scott, 9 New York University Journal of Legislation and Public Policy 99 (2005)

The Entertainment Law Review, www.sweetandmaxwell.co.uk, has published Volume 17, Issue 4 with the following articles:

No Frontiers-the New EU Proposal on Audiovisual Media Services by Jan Willem Van Den Bos, 17/4 Entertainment Law Review 109 (2006) (for publisher, see above)

Pirates Ahoy! Publishing, the Internet and Electronic Piracy by Alasdair Taylor and Catriona Taylor, 17/4 Entertainment Law Review 114 (2006) (for publisher, see above)

Ofcom Buys into Product Placement: Consultation on Issues Related to Product Placement by James Grant, 17/4 Entertainment Law Review 118 (20060 (for publisher, see above)

Tackling Online Copyright Infringers in Hong Kong by Wan Ting Low, 17/4 Entertainment Law Review 122 (2006) (for publisher, see above)

Dominance: Excessive Pricing, Access to Data and Essential Facilities: British Horseracing Board by Louisa Penny, 17/4 Entertainment Law Review 128 (2006) (for publisher, see above)

Sheikhs and Princes: To Sue or Not to Sue by Charlotte Hinton and Louisa Albertini, 17/4 Entertainment Law Review 130 (2006) (for publisher, see above)

The European Intellectual Property Review, www.sweetandmaxwell.co.uk, has published Volume 28, Issues 4, 5, and 6 with the following articles:

The Image of Copyright by Isolde Gendreau, 28/4 European Intellectual Property Review 209 (2006) (for website, see above)

Pitfalls and Challenges of the EC Directive on the Collective Management of Copyright and Related Rights by Pavel Tuma, 28/4 European Intellectual Property Review 220 (2006) (for website, see above)

A New Impetus for Chinese Copyright Protection: The Regulations on Collective Administration of Copyright (2005) by Zeqing Yuan, 28/4 European Intellectual Property Review 241 (2006) (for website, see above)

Book Review: On the Origin of the Right to Copy: Charting the Movement of Copyright Law in 18th Century Britain (1695-1775) by Uma Suthersanen, 28/4 European Intellectual Property Review 256 (2006) (for website, see above)

Droit de Suite by Pierre Valentin, 28/5 European Intellectual Property Review 268 (2006) (for website, see above)

Does Copyright Law Confer a Monopoly over Unpreserved Cows? by Tania Cheng, 28/2 European Intellectual Property Review 276 (2006) (for website, see above)

New Development in Digital Copyright Protection in China : The Landmark Case of Zheng Chengsi v Shusheng, 28/2 European Intellectual Property Review 299 (2006) (for website, see above)

Competition v. Copyright Protection in the Digital Age by Tony Ciro and Mark Fox, 28/6 European Intellectual Property Review 329 (2006) (for website, see above)

Taking Security over Intellectual Property: A Practical Overview by Vanya Bromfield and John Runeckles, 28/6 European Intellectual Property Review 344 (2006) (for website, see above)

What’s in a Name? Claude Ruiz Picasso v OHIM by Michele Boote, 28/6 European Intellectual Property Review 349 (2006) (for website, see above)

New Types of Exploitation “The Magic Mountain ” on DVD by Gunter Poll, 28/6 European Intellectual Property Review 355 (2006) (for website, see above)

Book Review: Droit d’auteur et droit du public á  l’information. Approche de droit comparé by Dr Estelle Derclaye, 28/6 European Intellectual Property Review 357 (2006) (for website, see above)

Book Review: Copyright Law in the Digital Society: the Challenges of Multimedia by Professor Jeremy Phillips, 28/6 European Intellectual Property Review 358 (2006) (for website, see above)

The Public Interest Defence in Copyright Law: Myth or Reality? by Alexandra Sims, 28/6 European Intellectual Property Review 335 (2006) (for website, see above)

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal has published Volume 16, Number 2 with the following articles:

Blogging: A Journal Need Not a Journalist Make by Anne Flanagan, 16 Fordham Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal 395 (2006)

The C.S.I Effect: Exposing the Media Myth by Dr. Kimberlianne Podlas, 16 Fordham Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal 429 (2006)

Suing the News Media in the Age of Tabloid Journalism: L. Lin Wood and the Battle for Accountability by Robert D. Richards & Clay Calvert, 16 Fordham Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal 467 (2006)

Why the Initially Confused Should Get a Clue: The Battle Between Trademark Infringement and Consumer Choice Online by John Handy, 16 Fordham Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal 567 (2006)

Television Formats: Caught in the Abyss of the Idea/Expression Dichotomy by Jay Rubin, 16 Fordham Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal 661 (2006)