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Network neutrality has received a great deal of attention recently, not just from legal academics and telecommunications experts, but from our elected representatives, the relevant agencies and the press. Our representatives have held multiple hearings on network neutrality and are actively considering whether to include a provision aimed at preserving network neutrality in pending telecommunications reform legislation. The Federal Communications Commission and the Federal Trade Commission are also considering the issue. Read more » about Network Neutrality and the Economics of an Information Superhighway: A Reply to Professor Yoo
The Tenth Circuit held that the Uruguay Round Agreements Act ("URAA") altered the "traditional contours of copyright protection" by resurrecting copyright protection for works that had fallen into the public domain, thus contravening the "bedrock principle of copyright law that works in the public domain remain in the public domain." Read more » about Golan v. Holder - Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals Order
The Court held that Shloss is the prevailing party in her lawsuit and is therefore entitled to recover attorneys' fees from the Estate. Read more » about Shloss v. Estate of Joyce - Order Awarding Attorneys' Fees
District Court order granting summary judgment in BT's favor, and dismissing the case in its entirety. Read more » about Vargas v. BT - District Court Order Granting Summary Judgment in Favor of Defendant BT