Entertainment Law Reporter
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January 2007 Volume 28 Number 8

In the Law Reviews:

UCLA Entertainment Law Review has published Volume 13, Issue 2 with the following articles:

Commercial Speech, Intellectual Property Rights, and Advertising Using Virtual Images Inserted in TV, Film, and the Real World by Woodrow Barfield, 13 UCLA Entertainment Law Review (2006)

Indecent Exposure: An Economic Approach to Removing the Boob from the Tube by B. Chad Bungard, 13 UCLA Entertainment Law Review (2006)

Harsh Realities: Substantial Similarity in the Reality Television Context by Daniel Fox, 13 UCLA Entertainment Law Review (2006)

A Proposal in Hindsight: Restoring Copyright’s Delicate Balance by Reworking 17 U.S.C. § U.S.C 1201 by Daniel S. Hurwitz, 13 UCLA Entertainment Law Review (2006)

Loyola of Los Angeles Entertainment Law Review has published Volume 26, Number 3 with the following articles:

Which Public? Whose Interest? How the FCC’s Deregulation of Radio Station Ownership Has Harmed the Public Interest and How We Can Escape from the Swamp by Rachel M. Stilwell, 26 Loyola of Los Angeles Entertainment Law Review (2006)

Hold the Mayo: An Analysis of the Validity of the NBA’s Stern No Preps to Pros Rule and the Application of the Nonstatutory Exemption by Andrew M. Jones, 26 Loyola of Los Angeles Entertainment Law Review (2006)

Fame, Fortune, and…Fourteen-Hour Days: Open Casting Calls for Reality TV Contestants are Pre-Employment Tests and Public Accommodations Under the Americans with Disabilities Act by Carley G. Mak, 26 Loyola of Los Angeles Entertainment Law Review (2006)

Texas Review of Entertainment & Sports Law has published Volumes 6 and 7 with the following articles:

In Facetiis Verititas: How Improvisational Comedy Can Help Trial Lawyers Get Some Chops by Steven Lubet and Thomas Hankinson, 7 Texas Review of Entertainment & Sports Law 1 (2006)

“Hail to the Potomac Drainage Basin Indigenous Person”: Has Political Correctness Gone Too Far? by Marvin Longabaugh, 7 Texas Review of Entertainment & Sports Law 15 (2006)

Conflicting Beats: Proposing the Adoption of an Additional Obligation Within the WTO TRIPS Agreement Under Article 14 to Recognize Digital Sampling and Digital Sampling Infringement by Tara E. Castillo, 7 Texas Review of Entertainment & Sports Law 31 (2006)

Attempting to Herd Spam and the Effects of White Buffalo Ventures, LLC v. University of Texas at Austin by Carl M. Szabo, 7 Texas Review of Entertainment & Sports Law 63 (2006)

Sharing Television Through the Internet: Why the Courts Should Find Fair Use and Why It May Be a Moot Point by Sheila Zoe Longren Collins, 7 Texas Review of Entertainment & Sports Law 79 (2006)

Is Clarett Correct? A Glance at the Purview of the Antitrust Labor Exemption by Christian Dennie, 6 Texas Review of Entertainment & Sports Law 1 (2004-2006)

Reversing the Refs: An Argument for Limited Review in Horse Racing by Bennett Liebman, 6 Texas Review of Entertainment & Sports Law 23 (2004-2006)

Anti-Scalping Laws: Should They Be Forgotten? by Jonathan C. Benitah, 6 Texas Review of Entertainment & Sports Law 55 (2004-2006)

Precedent Be Damned: It’s All About Good Politics & Sensational Soundbites by Clay Calvert and Robert D. Richards, 6 Texas Review of Entertainment & Sports Law 79 (2004-2006)

Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal has published Volume 24, Number 2 with the following articles:

Leakers, Bloggers and the Fourth Estate Inmates: The Misguided Pursuit of a Reporter’s Privilege by Randall D. Eliason, 24 Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal 385 (2006)

Killing with Kindness: Fatal Flaws in the 56.6 Billion Universal Service Funding Mission and What Should Be Done to Narrow the Digital Divide by Rob Frieden, 24 Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal 447 (2006)

Global Copyright, Local Speech by Michael D. Birnhack, 24 Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal 491 (2006)

An Authors’ Rights-Based Copyright Law: The Fairness and Morality of French and American Law Compared by Jean-Luc Piotraut, 24 Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal 549 (2006)

A Duty to Protect the Rights of Performers? Constitutional Foundations of an Intellectual Property Right by Michael Gruenberger, 24 Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal 617 (2006)

January 1, 2003: The Birth of the Unpublished Public Domain and Its International Implications by Elizabeth Townsend Gard, 24 Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal 687 (2006)

What’s the Story with Storyline Patents-An Argument Against the Allowance of Proposed Storyline Patents and for the Rejection of Currently Pending Storyline Patent Applications by Ben Manevitz, 24 Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal 717 (2006)

Is Fame Alone Sufficient to Create Priority Rights: An International Perspective on the Viability of the Famous/Well-Known Marks Doctrine by Alexis Weissberger, 24 Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal 739 (2006)

Harvest of Knowledge: Why the Public Policy Behind Copyright Law Requires Legislation Endorsing Digital Media Collections as Privileged Revisions by Diana Katz Gerstel, 24 Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal 779 (2006)

“Thou Shalt Not Go About as a Talebearer Among Thy People”: Jewish Law and the Private Facts Tort by Elie Mischel, 24 Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal 811 (2006)

Identity Theft: Tribute Bands, Grand Rights, and Dramatico-Musical Performances by Brent Giles Davis, 24 Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal 845 (2006)

Gibson v. PRS: The Applicability of the Initial Interest Confusion Doctrine to Trademarked Product Shapes by Paul Anthony Marchisotto, 24 Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal 883 (2006)

The Great Mall of China: Should the United States Restrict Importation of Chinese Cultural Property? by Inbal Baum, 24 Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal 919 (2006)

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal has published Volume 16, Number 4 with the following articles:

The Trademark Dilution Revision Act of 2005: Breathing Life Back into the Federal Dilution Statute by William G. Barber, 16 Fordham Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal 1113 (2006)

A Defense of the New Federal Trademark Antidilution Law by Barton Beebe, 16 Fordham Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal 1143 (2006)

Why Are We Confused About the Trademark Dilution Law by Christine Haight Farley, 16 Fordham Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal 1175 (2006)

The Trademark Dilution Revision Act - A Consumer Perspective by Paul Alan Levy, 16 Fordham Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal 1189 (2006)

Hunting the Hunters: AB 381 and California’s Attempt to Restrain the Paparazzi by Samantha J. Katze, 16 Fordham Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal 1349 (2006)

DePaul-LCA Journal of Art and Entertainment Law has published Volumes 15 and 16 with the following articles:

Friends Writers Offer Creative Necessity Argument for Sexual Harassment: Justication or Abuse Excuse? by Alayna Jehle and Monica K. Miller, 15 DePaul-LCA Journal of Art and Entertainment Law 265 (2005)

Bridgeport Music’s Two-Second Sample Rule Puts the Big Chill on the Music Industry by Courtney Bartlett, 15 DePaul-LCA Journal of Art and Entertainment Law 301 (2005)

Clarity to Litigation Concerning Digitally Sampling Sound Recordings: Get a License or Do Not Sample. The Bridgeport Music Decision by Lisa B. Mine, 15 DePaul-LCA Journal of Art and Entertainment Law 329 (2005)

United States v. Martignon: Court Yanks the “Power” Plug on the Federal Antibootlegging Law by Nancy L. Datres, 15 DePaul-LCA Journal of Art and Entertainment Law 347 (2005)

The Lion, the Witch (Hunt) and the Wardrobe Malfunction: Congress’s Crackdown on Television Indecency by Lindsay LaVine, 15 DePaul-LCA Journal of Art and Entertainment Law 385 (2005)

Trademark Nominative Fair Use: The Relevance of the “New Kids on the Block Factors” After the Supreme Court KP Permanent Make-Up v. Lasting Impression Decision by Carl Regelmann, 16 DePaul-LCA Journal of Art and Entertainment Law 1 (2005)

Lifting the Supreme Court’s Thumb Off of the Scale: Promoting Technological and Entrepreneurial Innovation While Protecting the Interests of Copyright Holders after MGM v. Grokster by Shane Nix, 16 DePaul-LCA Journal of Art and Entertainment Law 49 (2005)

Runaway Production: An Analysis of California’s Legislative Response to film Production Incentives in Other States and Abroad by Carlynn B. Ferguson, 16 DePaul-LCA Journal of Art and Entertainment Law 111 (2005)

European Intellectual Property Review, www.sweetandmaxwell.co.uk, has published Volume 29, Issue 1 with the following articles:

Users’ Rights: Reconstructing Copyright Policy on Utilitarian Grounds by Thomas Riis and Jens Schovsbo, 29 European Intellectual Property Review 1 (2007) (for website, see above)

Secondary Liability for Infringements of Copyright-Protected Works: Part 2 by Thomas Hays, 29 European Intellectual Property Review 15 (2007) (for website, see above)

The Use of Televisions in Hotel Rooms by Anne Bateman, 29 European Intellectual Property Review 22 (2007) (for website, see above)