26 Cardozo Arts & Ent. L.J. [i] (2008-2009)

handle is hein.journals/caelj26 and id is 1 raw text is: CARDOZO ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
LAW JOURNAL
VOLUME 26                   2008                NUMBER 1
 2008 Yeshiva University
CONTENTS
ARTICLES
All the News That's Fit to Split: Newspaper Mergers, Antitrust
Laws and the First Amendment
Richard Brand                                         1
The Public Health of the Conventional International Patent
R6gime and the Ethics of Ethicals: Access to Patented
Medicines
Amir H. Khoury                                       25
[Networked] Memory Institutions: Social Remembering,
Privatization and its Discontents
Guy Pessach                                          71
Foreign Music Acts and United States Taxation
Aninda Dhar                                         151
NOTES
Squeezing the Juice: The Failed Attempt to Acquire O.J.
Simpson's Right of Publicity, and Why It Should Have
Succeeded
Tal Ganani                                          165
Product Placement in the United States: A Revolution in Need of
Regulation
Sandra Lee                                          203
Privacy from Photography: Is There a Right Not To Be
Photographed Under New York State Law?
Ariella Goldstein                                   233
The Section 117 Adaptation Defense and Krause v. Titleserv,
Inc.: An Analysis of the Various Circuits' Approaches
Logan Marc                                          269

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