The Sedona Conference Journal® Volume 2

Journal Year: 
September, 2001

Fall 2001
Editor’s Note and Acknowledgements- Richard G. Braman, Esq.
Protecting Privacy through Government Regulation - Sarah Andrews
The Death of Romance - Margaret G. Stewart
The Digital Millennium Copyright Act - Charles S. Sims
Back to the Future: The Napster Decision Confirms The Applicability of Traditional Copyright Principles to the Internet - Russell J. Frackman & Jeffrey D. Goldman
Lessons from Microsoft - Tyler A. Baker
Predatory Conduct Under Section 2 of the Sherman Act: Dead or Alive? - K. Craig Wildfang & Christopher W. Madel
The Quick Look Rule of Reason: Retreat from Binary Antitrust Analysis - Max R. Shulman
Shutts Meets the Baby Shermans - James R. Safley & Bethany D. Krueger
The Employment Class Action - Stanley D. Davis & Kathy Perkins Brooks
"The Philadelphia Story": Mass Torts in the City of Brotherly Love - Lawrence T. Hoyle, Jr. & Edward J. Madeira, Jr.
Erie vs. Daubert: A New Case or Controversy? - James S. Simonson
A Lawyer’s Lament: Unpredictability & Inconsistency in the Wake of the Daubert Trilogy - Rudolph F. Pierce & Jennifer M. DeTeso
Markman Determinations - Gary M. Hoffman & Charles W. Saber
Electronic Discovery Issues for 2002: Requiring the Losing Party to Pay for the Costs of Digital Discovery - Barbara A. Caulfield & Zuzana Svihra
The Information Age, Part I: Discovery The Information Age, Part II: Juror Investigation on the Internet - Jonathan M. Redgrave, Ted S. Hiser & Jason J. Stover

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