Volume X (2003-2004)

Issue 1: Fall 2003

Introduction: contains Cover, Table of Contents, Letter from the Editor, and Masthead

Articles

1.   California’s Database Breach Notification Security Act: The First State Breach Notification Law Is Not Yet a Suitable Template For National Identity Theft Legislation — Timothy H. Skinner

2.   Towards a Theory of Cyberplace: A Proposal For a New Legal Framework — Ronnie Cohen and Janine S. Hiller

3.   Appealing a Rejection at the Patent Board of Appeals: Analysis of Recent Board Decisions and Non-Appeal Alternatives — Susan Perng Pan

4.   The Academy Chokes on Food Biotech, Public Policy Suffocates — Henry I. Miller, MD

Casenote

5.   Globe Newspaper Co. V. Commonwealth: An Examination of the Media’s “Right” to Retest Postconviction DNA Evidence — Emily S. Munro

 

Issue 2 – Symposium: Winter 2003

Introduction: contains Cover, Table of Contents, Letter from the Editor, and Masthead

Articles

6.   An Introduction to Genetically Modified Foods — Kathleen Hart

7.   Remarks on Food Safety in Dealing with Genetically Modified Foods — Dallas Hoover

8.   Remarks on Regulating Genetically Modified Foods in the United States — Gregory Jaffe

9.   Remarks on Regulating Genetically Modified Foods in the United States — L. Val Giddings, Ph.D.

10.   Remarks on Regulating Genetically Modified Foods in the United States — David Hegewood

11.   Panel Remarks on Regulating Genetically Modified Foods in the United States — Gregory Jaffe, L. Val Giddings, & David Hegewood (Moderated by: Kathleen Hart)

12.   Regulating Genetically Modified Foods: Is Mandatory Labeling the Right Answer? — Jean Halloran

13.   Regulating Genetically Modified Foods: Is Mandatory Labeling the Right Answer? — Gregory Conko

14.   Regulating Genetically Modified Foods: Is Mandatory Labeling the Right Answer? — Jonathan Adler

15.   Panel Remarks on Regulating Genetically Modified Foods: Is Mandatory Labeling the Right Answer? — Jean Halloran, Gregory Conko, & Jonathan Adler (Moderated by: Michael Rodemeyer)

16.   Remarks on Genetically Modified Foods and International Regulation — Tony Van der Haegen

17.   Remarks on Genetically Modified Foods and International Regulation — Jean Halloran

18.   Remarks on Genetically Modified Foods and International Regulation — Mark Mansour

19.   Remarks on Genetically Modified Foods and International Regulation — Thomas Sleight

21.   Panel Remarks on Liability: Liability for Refusing to Use Agricultural Biotechnology — Drew Kershen

22.   Panel Remarks on Liability: Liability for Farming? — Rachel Lattimore

23.   Panel Remarks on Liability: Liability Issues: Lessons from StarLink — Donald Uchtmann

 

Issue 3: Winter 2004

Introduction: contains Cover, Table of Contents, Letter from the Editor, and Masthead

Articles

24.   Unleashing “Instant Messaging” From Regulatory Oversight — Fernando R. Laguarda

25.   Using ADR To Resolve Online Disputes — Aashit Shah

26.   The Federal Framework for Internet Gambling — Jonathan Gottfried

 

Issue 4 – Symposium: Spring 2004

Introduction: contains Cover, Table of Contents, Letter from the Editor, and Masthead

Articles

27.   The Do-Not-Call List’s Big Hang-Up — Jared Strauss

28.   Do Not Call: Abdicating and Ignoring Responsibility — Tim Searcy

29.   The Sanctity of the Home and the Right Not to be Spoken To: A Critical Analysis of Free Speech and Privacy [Article Unavailable] — Gerald Stegmaier

Briefs

30.   Plaintiff’s Brief — Mainstream Marketing Services, Inc., TMG Marketing, Inc. and American Teleservices Association

31.   Plaintiff’s Reply Brief  — Mainstream Marketing Services, Inc., TMG Marketing, Inc. and American Teleservices Association

32.   Defendant’s Brief — Federal Trade Commission

33.   Defendant’s Reply Brief — Federal Trade Commission

34.   Brief of Amicus Curiae — U.S. States

35.   Brief of Amicus Curiae – American Association of Retired Persons

36.   Brief of Amici Curiae – Representatives W.J. “Billy” Tauzin and John D. Dingell and Certain Other Members of the House of Representatives of the United States

37.   Brief of Amici Curiae — ACA International

38.   Brief of Amici Curiae — United States Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation

Commentary

39.   Telemarketing Sales Rule Comment for 16 CFR Part 310 — American Association of Retired Persons

40.   Telemarketing Sales Rule Commentary — Cox Enterprises, Inc.

Testimony

41.   Testimony Before the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation — Lee Hammond, Board of Directors of American Association of Retired Persons

42.   Testimony Before the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation — Timothy J. Muris, Chairman, Federal Trade Commission

43.   Testimony Before the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation — Rodney A. Smolla, Dean, University of Richmond School of Law

44.   Testimony Before the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation — Gerald Cerasale — Senior Vice President for The Direct Marketing Association, Inc.

45.   Testimony Before the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation — James Guest — President of Consumers Union

46.   Testimony Before the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation — Michael K. Powell — Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission

47.   Testimony Before the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation — Tim Searcy — Executive Director of the American Teleservices Association

48.   Testimony Before the House Committee on Energy and Commerce — Timothy J. Muris –Chairman of the Federal Trade Commission

 

Issue 5 – Annual Survey: Spring 2004

Introduction: contains Cover, Table of Contents, Letter from the Editor, and Masthead

Articles

49.   A Topic Both Timely and Timeless — James Gibson

50.   “Do I Really Have To Do That?” Rule 26(a)(1) Disclosures and Electronic Information — David J. Waxse

51.   Electronic Discovery Best Practices — Virginia Llewellyn

52.   Negotiating the Minefields of Electronic Discovery — Stephen D. Williger & Robin M. Wilson

53.   Collaborative Navigation of the Stormy e-Discovery Seas — Robert Douglas Brownstone

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