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James B. Speta

2012
  Books and other Monographs
  October 2012
1 TELECOMMUNICATIONS LAW AND POLICY, 3d ed. (Carolina Academic Press, 2012) (Co-authored by: S. Benjamin, H. Shelanski, and P. Weiser).
  Periodical Articles
  August 2012
2 Supervising Discrimination: Reflections of the Interstate Commerce Act in the Broadband Debate in 95 MARQUETTE LAW REVIEW 1195 (2012).
2011
  Periodical Articles
  May 2011
3 Supervising Managed Services in 60 DUKE LAW JOURNAL 1715-1759 (2011).
2010
  Periodical Articles
  January 2010
4 The Shaky Foundations of the Regulated Internet in 8 JOURNAL ON TELECOMMUNICATIONS & HIGH TECHNOLOGY LAW 101-134 (2010).
2009
  Contributions to Books etc.
  October 2009
5 Redefining the Landscape of Internet Regulation in New Directions in Communications Policy, edited by Randolph J. May (Carolina Academic Press, 2009).
  Periodical Articles
  March 2009
6 A Sensible Next Step on Network Neutrality: The Market Power Question in 8 REVIEW OF NETWORK ECONOMIC 113-127 (2009).
2008
  Periodical Articles
  December 2008
7 Spectrum Policy Experiments: What’s Next? in 2008 UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO LEGAL FORUM 389-414.
2006
  Periodical Articles
  July 2006
8 Resale Requirements and the Intersection of Antitrust and Regulated Industries in 31 JOURNAL OF CORPORATION LAW 307-322 (2006).
  June 2006
9 Making Spectrum Reform "Thinkable" in 4 JOURNAL ON TELECOMMUNICATIONS & HIGH TECHNOLOGY LAW 183-215 (2006).
2005
  Contributions to Books etc.
  February 2005
10 An Overview of Media Concentration in the United States: Regulation and the Theory of Deregulation in Digitale Satellitenplattformen in den USA und Europa und ihre Regulierung (Instituts fur Europaisches Medienrecht, 2005).
  Periodical Articles
  June 2005
  book review
11 Eats, Shoots & Leaves: The Zero Tolerance Approach to Punctuation in 13 PERSPECTIVES: TEACHING LEGAL RESEARCH AND WRITING 156-157 (2005) .
2004
  Contributions to Books etc.
  March 2004
12 Vertical Regulation in Digital Television: Explaining Why the United States Has No Access Directive in Regulating Access to Digital Television (European Audiovisual Observatory, 2003) .
  Periodical Articles
  November 2004
13 Deregulating Telecommunications in Internet Time in 61 WASHINGTON AND LEE LAW REVIEW 1063-1157 (2004).
  February 2004
14 FCC Authority to Regulate the Internet: Creating It and Limiting It in 35 LOYOLA UNIVERSITY CHICAGO LAW JOURNAL 15-39 (2003).
2003
  Newspaper Articles
  May 2003
15 SBC's Legislative Triumph Is Simply Breathtaking in CHICAGO SUN-TIMES (May 14, 2003) (Co-authored by: John Roberts).
  Periodical Articles
  September 2003
16 Antitrust and Local Competition Under the Telecommunications Act in 71 ANTITRUST LAW JOURNAL 99-145 (2003).
  July 2003
17 Competitive Neutrality in Right of Way Regulation: A Case Study in the Consequences of Convergence in 35 CONNECTICUT LAW REVIEW 763-815 (2003).
2002
  Periodical Articles
  December 2002
18 Maintaining Competition in Information Platforms: Vertical Restrictions in Emerging Telecommunications Markets in 1 JOURNAL OF TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND HIGH TECHNOLOGY LAW 185 (2002).
  October 2002
19 A Vision of Internet Openness by Government Fiat (reviewing Lawrence Lessig, The Future of Ideas: The Fate of the Commons in a Connected World) in 96 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 1553-1578 (2002).
  March 2002
20 A Common Carrier Approach to Internet Interconnection in 54 FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS LAW JOURNAL 225-279 (2002).
2000
  Periodical Articles
  May 2000
21 The Vertical Dimension of Cable Open Access in 71 COLORADO LAW REVIEW 975-1010 (2000).
  April 2000
22 Handicapping the Race for the Last Mile?: A Critique of Open Access Rules for Broadband Platforms in 17 YALE JOURNAL ON REGULATION 39-91 (2000).
1999
  Periodical Articles
  November 1999
23 Tying, Essential Facilities, and Network Externalties: A Comment on Piraino in 93 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 1277-1285 (1999).
  March 1999
24 Internet Theology in 2 GREEN BAG 2D 227-232 (1999).