Entertainment Law Reporter
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October 2006 Volume 28 Number 5

In the Law Reviews:

Deception and the First Amendment: A Central, Complex and Somewhat Curious Relationship by Jonathan D. Varat, the Melville B. Nimmer Memorial Lecture, 53 UCLA Law Review (2006)

The Berkeley Technology Law Journal has published Volume 21, Number 2 with the following articles:

Fear and Norms and Rock & Roll: What Jambands Can Teach Use About Persuading People to Obey Copyright Law by Mark F. Schultz, 21 Berkeley Technology Law Journal 651 (2006)

The Future of Music and Film Piracy in China by Eric Priest, 21 Berkeley Technology Law Journal 795 (2006)

A Theory of De Minimis and a Proposal for Its Application in Copyright by Andrew Inesi, 21 Berkeley Technology Law Journal 945 (2006)

Brief of Amicus Curiae: Yahoo! Inc. in Support of Petitioner, EBay, Inc. v. MercExchange, 21 Berkeley Technology Law Journal 997 (2006)

The Harvard Journal of Law & Technology has published Volume 19, Number 2 with the following articles:

A History of Online Gatekeeping by Jonathan Zittrain, 19 Harvard Journal of Law & Technology 253 (2006)

The Grokster Dead-End by Bryan H. Choi, 19 Harvard Journal of Law & Technology 393 (2006)

When Fantasy Meet Reality: The Clash Between On-Line Fantasy Sports Providers and Intellectual Property Rights by Matthew G. Massari, 19 Harvard Journal of Law & Technology 443 (2006)

Splog! Or How to Stop the Rise of a New Menace on the Internet, 19 Harvard Journal of Law & Technology 467 (2006)

Monopolistic Sleeper: How the Video Gaming Industry Awoke to Realize that Electronic Arts Was Already in Charge by Liron Offir, 8 Duquesne Business Law Journal 91 (2006)

The Columbia Journal of Law & the Arts has published a Symposium Issue entitled Contract Options for Individual Artists with the following articles:

Memorandum on Creative Commons Licenses by the Association Litteraire et Artistique Internationale, 29 The Columbia Journal of Law & the Arts 261 (2006)

The Master’s Tools v. The Master’s House: Creative Commons v. Copyright by Séverine Dusollier, 29 The Columbia Journal of Law & the Arts 271 (2006)

First Things About Secondary Rights by Brad Holland, 29 The Columbia Journal of Law & the Arts 295 (2006)

A Coffeehouse Debate: Artists’ Contracts in the Evolving Internet Era by Steve Davis, 29 The Columbia Journal of Law & the Arts 323 (2006)

Commentary: Library Reproduction Rights for Preservation and Replacement in the Digital Era: An Author’s Perspective on § 108 by Roberta Rosenthal Kwall, 29 The Columbia Journal of Law & the Arts 343 (2006)

Library Records Open to Parental Scrutiny: A New Set of Internet Access Controls for Minors? by Sidne Koenigsberg, 29 The Columbia Journal of Law & the Arts 361 (2006)

The Virginia Sports and Entertainment Law Journal has published Volume 5, Issue 2 with the following articles:

Illegal Muscle-A Comparative Analysis of Proposed Steroid Legislation and the Policies of Professional Sports’ CBAs that Led to the Steroid Controversy by Paul A. Fortenberry and Brian E. Hoffman, 5 Virginia Sports and Entertainment Law Journal 121 (2006)

The History and Recurring Issues of Ringtones: Lessons for the Future of Mobile Content by Steven Masur and Ursa Chitrakar, 5 Virginia Sports and Entertainment Law Journal 149 (2006)

Balancing the Justices in Anti-Doping Law: The Need to Ensure Fair Athletic Competition Through Effective Anti-Doping Programs vs. the Protection of Rights of Accused Athletes by Ryan Connolly, 5 Virginia Sports and Entertainment Law Journal 161 (2006)

A Piece of the Rock (or the Rockets): The Viability of Widespread Public Offerings of Professional Sports Franchises by Ryan Schaeffer, 5 Virginia Sports and Entertainment Law Journal 201 (2006)

Making Encouraged Expression Imperceptible: The Family Movie Act of 2005 is Inconsistent with the Purpose of American Copyright by Matt Williams, 5 Virginia Sports and Entertainment Law Journal 233 (2006)

From Pirates to Partners (Episode II): Protecting Intellectual Property in Post-WTO China by Peter K. Yu, 55 American University Law Review 901 (2006)

Why a DVD Is Like a Garage Door Opener: The Federal Circuit Tackles the DMCA in Chamberlain Group v. Skylink Technologies by Gregory Laurence Clinton, 13 George Mason Law Review 1115 (2005-6)

Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review has published Volume 39, Number 1 with an examination of Food Marketing to Children and the Law with the following articles among others:

Government Regulation of Food Marketing to Children: The Federal Trade Commission and the Kid-Vid Controversy by Tracy Westen, 39 Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review (2006)

Assessing the Effectiveness of Self-Regulation: A Case Study of the Children’s Advertising Review Unit by Ellen J. Fried, 39 Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review (2006)

The Supreme Court of Canada’s Appraisal of the 1980 Ban on Advertising to Children in Québec: Implications for “Misleading” Advertising Elsewhere by Bill Jeffery, 39 Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review (2006)

Restricting the Marketing of Junk Food to Children by Product Placement and Character Selling by Angela J. Campbell, 39 Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review (2006)

Resisting Deep Capture: The Commercial Speech Doctrine and Junk-Food Advertising to Children by David G. Yosifon, 39 Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review (2006)

Deconstructing Moral Rights by Cyrill P. Rigamonti, 47 Harvard International Law Journal 353 (2006)

Financial Considerations in International Intellectual Property Licensing Transactions by Emile Loza, Kimberly Chotkowski, Scott J. Stevens, and Gregory J. Ubanchuk, The Computer & Internet Lawyer, published by Aspen Publishers and edited by Arnold and Porter, 9 (2006)

Understanding and Negotiating Termination Issues in Video Game Development Contracts by Jim Charne, 23 The Computer & Internet Lawyer 27 (2006) (for publisher, see above)

Entertainment Law Review, www.sweetandmaxwell.co.uk, has published Volume17, Issue 7 with the following articles:

Warner Bros Movies to Feature (but not Premiere) on BitTorrent by Ingrid Silver and Mark Young, 17/7 Entertainment Law Review 189 (2006) (for website, see above)

Gambling, Sports Bets, Games of Skill, Lotteries, Entertainment Games, Gambling Houses, Amusement Arcades and Raffles in Germany : An Overview of the Latest Developments in German Gaming Law by Dr. Wolfgang Freiherr, Raitz Von Frentz and Dr. Christian L. Masch, 17/7 Entertainment Law Review 196 (2006) (for website, see above)

A Raw Deal for Performers: Part 2-Anti-Piracy by Nigel Parker, 17/7 Entertainment Law Review 204 (2006) (for website, see above)

HRH The Prince of Wales v. Associated Newspapers Ltd: Copyright versus the Public Interest by Paul Mitchell and Simon Bourn, 17/7 Entertainment Law Review 210 (2006) (for website, see above)

Another Nail in the Coffin for Copy-protection Technologies? Sony BMG’s XCP and MediaMax Débâcle, 17/7 Entertainment Law Review 214 (2006) (for website, see above)

Inducement and Grokster: Guarding Against the Pitfalls of Copyright Owners’ New Weapon by Ryan Pohlman, 55 DePaul Law Review 1309 (2006)

Copyright World, www.ipworldonline.com, has published Issue 162 with the following articles:

Google’s Library Project: Global Controversy by David Taylor and Jane Seager, 162 Copyright World 9 (2006) (for website, see above)

Tackling the Pirates: EUEFA’s Successful Streaming Action against Various Websites by Anna-Marie Blakeley, 162 Copyright World 10 (2006) (for website, see above)

Work in Progress: Second Stage of German Government’s Attempts to Modernise Copyright Law by Kr. Kai Turnbrägel and Saskia Lais, 162 Copyright World 12 (2006) (for website, see above)

Into the Honey Trap? Termination Provisions of US Copyright Law by Edwin Komen and Matthew Clanton, 162 Copyright World 19 (2006) (for website, see above)

Eastern Promises: Protection of Copyright at Customs Level in India by Latha Nair and Priya Rao, 162 Copyright World 23 (2006) (for website, see above)

The European Intellectual Property Review, www.sweetandmaxwell.co.uk,  has published Volume 28, Issues 8 & 9 with the following articles:

Fixing the Three-step Test by Kamiel J. Koelman, 28/8 European Intellectual Property Review 407 (2006) (for website, see above)

Importation of Pirated Copyrighted Articles into India : Powers of Customs Authorities to Confiscate by V, K. Ahuja, 28/8 European Intellectual Property Review 429 (2006) (for website, see above)

Is There a Right of Collective Personality? by Antony Taubman, 28/9 European Intellectual Property Review 485 (2006) (for website, see above)

Another Mystery Thriller: The “Da Vinci Code” Judgment by Mary Vitoria Q.C., 28/9 European Intellectual Property Review 496 (2006) (for website, see above)