Entertainment Law Reporter
www.EntertainmentLawReporter.com
February/March Volume 28 Number 9

 

In the Law Reviews:

 

The Fact & Fiction of Grokster & Sony: Using Factual Comparisons to Uncover the Legal Rule by Tiffany Parcher, 54 UCLA Law Review 509 (2006)

 

Comm/Ent: Hastings Communications and Entertainment Law Journal has published Volume 29, Number 1 with the following articles:

 

Locking Down the Library: How Copyright, Contract, and Cybertrespass Block Internet Archiving by Rebecca Bolin, 29/1 Comm/Ent: Hastings Communications and Entertainment Law Journal (2006)

 

A Minor Conundrum: Contracting with Minors in Canada for Film and Television Producers by Bob Tarantino, 29/1 Comm/Ent: Hastings Communications and Entertainment Law Journal (2006)

 

Digitized Scholarship and the “Library” Concept: Allowing the History of the Library Exemption to Inform How We View Google’s Digitized Library by Kodj Gbegnon, 29/1 Comm/Ent: Hastings Communications and Entertainment Law Journal (2006)

 

Amending Its Anti-Paparazzi Statute: California’s Latest Baby Step In Its Attempt to Curb the Aggressive Paparazzi by Lisa Vance, 29/1 Comm/Ent: Hastings Communications and Entertainment Law Journal (2006)

 

Faulting San Andreas: The Call to Arms for Sensible Regulation of Violent Video Games by Jessica Williams, 29/1 Comm/Ent: Hastings Communications and Entertainment Law Journal (2006)

 

Entertainment Law Review, published by Thomson, Sweet and Maxwell, www.sweetandmaxwell.co.uk, has issued Volume 18, Issue 2 with the following articles:

 

The Contemporary Consumption of Counterfeit Goods by Lisa Lovell, 18/2 Entertainment Law Review 45 (2007) (for website, see above)

 

In Conversation with Professor Eric Barendt: Hatred, Ridicule, Contempt and Plain Bigotry by Tony Martino, 18/2 Entertainment Law Review 48 (2007) (for website, see above)

 

Hello!, Nike and Kazaa: Bargaining in the Shadow of Intellectual Property Law by Megan Richardson and Arlen Duke, 18/2 Entertainment Law Review 56 (2007) (for website, see above)

 

The Importance of the Jameel Case by David Hooper, 18/2 Entertainment Law Review 62 (2007) (for website, see above)

 

Big Brother is Midleading You… by James Grant, 18/2 Entertainment Law Review 65 (2007) (for website, see above)

 

It Ain’t Over Until the VAT Lady Sings by Amy Boyles and Aredhel Darnley, 18/2 Entertainment Law Review 66 (2007) (for website, see above)

 

Prize Competitions and Free Draws: Interactive Quiz Shows and Complex Lotteries by Oliver Bray, 18/2 Entertainment Law Review 68 (2007) (for website, see above)

 

The ECJ has No Doubts over Community Exhaustion by Maria Mercedes Frabboni, 18/2 Entertainment Law Review 70 (2007) (for website, see above)

 

Book Review: New Directions in Copyright Law Volume 2 by Christina Michalos, 18/2 Entertainment Law Review 73 (2007) (for website, see above)

 

Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment and Technology Law has published Volume 9, Number 1 with the following articles:

 

The Privacy Gambit: Toward a Game Theoretic Approach to International Data Protection by Horace Anderson, Jr., 9 Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment and Technology Law 1 (2006)

 

Equal Protection in the World of Art and Obscenity: The Art Photographer’s Latent Struggle with Obscenity Standards in Contemporary America by Elaine Wang, 9 Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment and Technology Law 113 (2006)

 

The “Public Use” of Private Sports Stadiums: Kelo Hits a Homerun for Private Developers by Cristin Hartzog, 9 Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment and Technology Law 145 (2006)

 

Creative Industries in Developing Countries and Intellectual Property Protection by Lauren Loew, 9 Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment and Technology Law 1717 (2006)

 

Warring Ideologies for Regulating Military Blogs: A Cyberlaw Approach for Balancing Free Speech and Security in Cyberspace by Julia Mitchell, 9 Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment and Technology Law201 (2006)

 

A Winner is Who? Fair Use and the Online Distribution of Manga and Video Game Fan Translations by Jaime Muscar, 9 Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment and Technology Law 223 (2006)

 

Napster’s Second Life?: The Regulatory Challenges of Virtual Worlds by Viktor Mayer-Schonberger & John Crowley, 100 Northwestern University Law Review (2006)

 

Copyright Misuse v. Freedom of Contract: And the Winner Is… by Jennifer R. Knight, 73 Tennessee Law Review (2006)

 

Copyright on Catfish Row: Musical Borrowing, Porgy and Bess, and Unfair Use by Olufunmilayo B. Arewa, 37 Rutgers Law Journal 277 (2006)

 

There’s No “I” in “League”: Professional Sports Leagues and the Single Entity Defense by Nathaniel Grow, 105 Michigan Law Review 183 (2006)

 

The Flip Side of Privacy: The Right of Publicity, the First Amendment, and Constitutional Line Drawing-A Presumptive Approach by Russell S. Jones, Jr., Creighton Law Review’s Privacy Law Survey 939 (2006)

 

MGM v. Grokster: Judicial Activism or a Good Decision? by Andrew Beckerman-Rodau, 74/4 University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law (2006)

 

Denver University Law Review has published Volume 84, Issue 1 with the following articles:

 

Working Together in a Digital World: An Introduction by Michael S. Mireles & Viva R. Moffat, 84 Denver University Law Review 1 (2006)

 

How Digital Rights Management Will Save Authorship in the Age of the Internet by Ralph Oman, 84 Denver University Law Review 7 (2006)

 

Anticircumvention and Anti-anticircumvention by Peter K. Yu, 84 Denver University Law Review 13 (2006)

 

The “Rootkit Debacle”: The Latest Chapter in the Story of the Recording Industry and the War on Music Piracy by Megan M. LaBelle, 84 Denver University Law Review 79 (2006)

 

Remembering the Public Domain by Christine D. Galbraith, 84 Denver University Law Review 135 (2006)

 

Locks & Levies by Jeremy F. deBeer, 84 Denver University Law Review 143 (2006)

 

Beyond Copyright: Managing Information Rights with DRM by Viktor Mayer-Schoenberger, 84 Denver University Law Review 181 (2006)

 

Third-Party Copyright Liability After Grokster by Alfred C. Yen, 91 Minnesota Law Review 184 (2006)

 

University of Illinois Journal of Law, Technology & Policy has published Volume 2005, Issues 1 and 2 with the following articles:

 

Click the Mouse and Bet the House: The United States’ Internet Gambling Restrictions Before the World Trade Organization by Jonathan Schwartz, 2005/1 University of Illinois Journal of Law, Technology & Policy 125 (2005)

 

Is Interoperability Just for Those Who Can Hack It? The Application of the DMCA Interoperability Exceptions in the Consumer Electronics Industry by James L. Davis, 2005 University of Illinois Journal of Law, Technology & Policy 141 (2005)

 

Moral Rights and Digital Art: Revitalizing the Visual Artists’ Rights Act? by Kristina Mucinskas, 2005/2 University of Illinois Journal of Law, Technology & Policy 291 (2005)

 

The DMCA Anti-Circumvention Provisions and the Region Coding System: Are Multi-Zone DVD Players Illegal After the Chamberlain and Lexmark Cases? by Qixiang Sun, 2005/2 University of Illinois Journal of Law, Technology & Policy 317 (2005)

 

A Helpful Loss? The Implications of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios, Inc. v. Grokster, Ltd. on Future Distribution of Products Capable of Infringing Uses by Charles Ingrassia, 2005/2 University of Illinois Journal of Law, Technology & Policy 357 (2005)

 

Mistrust-Based Digital Rights Management by Randal C. Picker, 5 Journal on Telecommunications & High Technology Law 47 (2006) (published by University of Colorado School of Law)

 

From Wifi to Wikis and Open Source: The Political Economy of Collaborative Production in the Digital Information Age by Mark Cooper, 5 Journal of Telecommunications & High Technology Law 125 (2006) (published by University of Colorado School of Law)

 

The Columbia Journal of Law & the Arts has published Volume 29, Number 4 as a symposium entitled How the Show Goes On: Law and Theater in the Twenty-First Century with the following articles:

 

Sweet Charity: Not-for-Profit Theater moderated by Carolyn Casselman, 29 The Columbia Journal of Law & the Arts 385 (2006)

 

Money Makes the World Go-Round: The Economics of Commercial Theater, moderated by Jason Cooper, 29 The Columbia Journal of Law & the Arts 423 (2006)

 

What Permission? A Practitioner’s Guide to Copyright Licensing in Theater moderated by Freddie Gershon, 29 The Columbia Journal of Law & the Arts 445 (2006)

 

From Screen to Stage (and Back Again): Hollywood ’s Impact on Broadway, moderated by Steven Chaikelson, 29 The Columbia Journal of Law & the Arts 461 (2006)

 

Criminal Enforcement of Intellectual Property Laws in the Twenty-First Century by Michael M. DuBose, 29 The Columbia Journal of Law & the Arts 481 (2006)

 

Relief from Online Used Book Sales During New Book Launches by Sharon Billington, 29 The Columbia Journal of Law & the Arts 497 (2006)