16 Mich. Telecomm. & Tech. L. Rev. [i] (2009-2010)

handle is hein.journals/mttlr16 and id is 1 raw text is: MICHIGAN TELECOMMUNICATIONS
AND
TECHNOLOGY LAW REVIEW
ARTICLES
WIRELESS NET NEUTRALITY REGULATION AND THE
PROBLEM WITH PRICING: AN EMPIRICAL,
CAUTIONARY  TALE ......................................................... Babette E.L. Boliek
Is NOVELTY OBSOLETE?
CHRONICLING THE IRRELEVANCE OF
THE INVENTION DATE IN U.S. PATENT LAW .................... Dennis D. Crouch  53
CORPORATE COOPERATION THROUGH
COST-SHARING  .............................................................. Nicola  Faith  Sharpe  109
ESSAY
THE FAILURE OF SEXTING CRIMINALIZATION:
A PLEA FOR THE EXERCISE OF
PROSECUTORIAL RESTRAINT ................................................. Robert H. Wood  151
NOTES
THE SUPER BRAWL:
THE HISTORY AND FUTURE OF THE
SOUND RECORDING PERFORMANCE RIGHT ................................... Brian Day  179
REGULATING ROBOCALLS:
ARE AUTOMATED CALLS THE SOUND OF,
OR A THREAT TO, DEMOCRACY? ............................................ Jason C. Miller  213
GENERIC PREEMPTION:
APPLYING CONFLICT PREEMPTION AFTER
WYETH  v. LEvINE  ............................................................... Hannah  B. M urray  255

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FALL 2009

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