Having been present at the creation of "divestiture," as the next witness for the defense scheduled to be called before the court, the day after the surprise settlement, and therefore never heard, I had a seat at the table to listen to what was to...
II. THE DATA REQUIREMENTS FOR FORWARD-LOOKING COST
III. COPPER PRICES AND THE CALIFORNIA PUBLIC UTILITIES
IV. COPPER PRICES AND THE NEW ZEALAND COMMERCE
A. Biased LL U Benchmark Estimates
II. MARKET STRUCTURE
VI. MARKET CAPITALIZATION
VIII. TELECOMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT
IX. RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
I. INTRODUCTION Did the divestiture...
I am delighted to welcome you to the first Issue of the sixty-first Volume of the Federal Communications Low Journal, the nation's premier communications law journal and the official journal of the Federal Communications Bar Association. The new staff...
II. COMPARING A T&T AND TRINKO: CHANGES IN ATTITUDES,
CHANGES IN LATITUDE
III. REGULATION AND ANTITRUST AS COMPLEMENTS, NOT
IV. "ESSENTIAL FACILITIES" AND TRINKO: TWO SIDES OF THE
III. FINDING INDECENT SPEECH
IV. JUDICIAL REVIEW OF ARBITRARY AND CAPRICIOUS
ADMINISTRATIVE AGENCY ACTIONS
A. Development of the Judicial Gloss on Arbitrary and
B. The State Farm...
II. THE BEGINNING OF THE NATIONAL DO-NOT-CALL REGISTRY
A. Telephone Consumer Protection Act
B. Telemarketing Consumer Fraud and Abuse Prevention Act
C Telemarketing Sales Rule and the Do-Not-Call
II. THE VICES AND VIRTUES OF REDUNDANT REGULATORY
A. The Perils of FCC Merger Review
B. Regulatory Oversight as Complementary to Antitrust
III. THE ANTITRUST AGENCIES' EMERGING STANCE ON MERGER
I. THE BELL DECREE AND THE CORPORATIST MINDSET
II. "DEREGULATION" IN A NETWORK INDUSTRY: DO GREENE
AND BAXTER MIX?
III. STRUCTURAL VERSUS CONDUCT REMEDIES
IV. CONDUCT AND STRUCTURAL REMEDIES FOR NETWORK
V. A SUMMING UP
II. THE RISE OF COMPETITION
III. THE ANTITRUST SUIT
IV. NEAR-TERM RESULTS
V. LONGER-TERM RESULTS
I. INTRODUCTION The telephone industry in the United States started with the Bell patent in 1878. Telephones...
Thank you very much, Chris. I needed a generous introduction because I realized, listening to the very interesting talks this morning, that I hadn't thought about telecommunication policy since 1981. I'm a kind of Rip van Winkle here, invited to give...
I. LOOKING BACK AT DIVESTITURE: WHAT WORKED? WHAT DIDN'T?
II. EQUAL ACCESS AS THE NEW REGULATORY PARADIGM: THE TRANSITION
FROM RATE REGULATION TO ACCESS REGULATION
III. KEYNOTE ADDRESS BY THE HONORABLE RICHARD A. POSNER
IV. STRUCTURAL SEPARATION...
II. THE HISTORY OF THE REGULATION OF LOCAL TELEPHONY
A. Early State and Federal Regulation
B. The Emergence of Competition in Complementary
C. The Emergence of Competition in Local Telephony
The premise of this panel is that the FCC is transitioning from a rate regulation regime to an access regime. A rate regulation regime gives all customers full access to network facilities (common carrier) at regulated rates--generally, rate base rate...