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Issue 14:3 (Fall 1999)

Recollections of Judge Giles S. Rich
by Paul R. Michel

A Rich Legacy
by Janice M. Mueller

Remembrances and Memorial: Judge Giles S. Rich, 1904-1999
by Neil A. Smith

Photograph of Judge Giles S. Rich

Controlling Market Power in Telecommunications: Antitrust v. Sector-Specific Regulation – An Assessment of the United States, New Zealand, and Australian Experiences
by Michel Kerf and Damien Geradin

The Internet Gambling Fallacy Craps Out
by Joel Michael Schwarz

ICANN: Between the Public and the Private – Comments before Congress
by Jonathan Zittrain

Patents, Products, and Public Health: An Analysis of the CellPro March-In Petition
by Barbara M. McGarey and Annette C. Levey

Safety in Numbers: Revisiting the Risks to Client Confidences and Attorney-Client Privilege Posed by Internet Electronic Mail
Comment by Joshua M. Masur

Issue 14:2 (Spring 1999)

Symposium: the Legal and Policy Framework for Global Electronic Commerce - A Progress Report

by Kalama Lui-Kwan and Kurt Opsahl

Intellectual Property and the Digital Economy: Why the Anti-Circumvention Regulations Need to Be Revised
by Pamela Samuelson

Commentary: Black Holes of Innovation in the Software Arts
by Mark A. Haynes

As Many as Six Impossible Patents Before Breakfast: Property Rights for Business Concepts and Patent System Reform
by Robert P. Merges

Of Governments and Governance
by A. Michael Froomkin

Progressing Towards a Uniform Commercial Code for Electronic Commerce or Racing Towards Nonuniformity?
by Maureen A. O’Rourke

The New Money
by Kerry Lynn Macintosh

Clash of the Titans: Regulating the Competition Between Established and Emerging Electronic Payment Systems
by Jane Kaufman Winn

Old and New Issues in the Taxation of Electronic Commerce
by David L. Forst

The Speed Gap: Broadband Infrastructure and Electronic Commerce
by Howard A. Shelanski

Standardizing Government Standard-Setting Policy for Electronic Commerce
by Mark A. Lemley

The Limts in Open Code: Regulatory Standards and the Future of the Net
by Lawrence Lessig

Restoring Americans’ Privacy in Electronic Commerce
by Joel R. Reidenberg

Database Protection at the Crossroads: Recent Developments and Their Impact on Science and Technology
by J. H. Reichman and Paul F. Uhlir

Electronic Commerce, Hackers, and the Search for Legitimacy: A Regulatory Proposal
Comment by Michael Lee, Sean Pak, Tae Kim, David Lee, Aaron Schapiro and Tamer Francis

Issue 14:1 (1999)

Annual Review of Law and Technology

A Collection of Student Written Case Notes Reviewing Many of the Most Important Technology Cases and Issues of the Year (not currently available online)

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