Volume 10, Issue 3

Spring 2009

 

The Grammy Foundation® Entertainment Law Initiative

2008 Writing Competition

Why Music Should Be Socialized Matthew Reynolds
Illegal P2P File Sharing on College Campuses — What’s the Solution? Antionette D. Bishop
Yours, Mine, and Ours: The Joint Authorship Conundrum for Sound Recordings Abbot M. Jones
Wringing Songwriters Dry: Negative Consequences of Compulsory Licensing for Ringtones Daniel H. Mark
Sparing Internet Radio from the Real Threat of the Hypothetical Marketplace Mark D. Robertson

Articles

Just Click Submit: The Collection, Dissemination, and Tagging of Personally Identifying Information Corey Ciocchetti
Assessing the Market for Human Reproductive Tissue Alienability: Why Can We Sell Our Eggs But Not Our Livers? Brenda Reddix-Smalls

Notes

An Intellectual Property Food Fight: Why Copyright Law Should Embrace Culinary Innovation J. Austin Broussard
Everything I Need To Know I Learned from Fandom: How Existing Social Norms Can Help Shape the Next Generation of User-Generated Content Casey Fiesler
A Healthy Solution for Patients and Patents: How India’s Legal Victory Against a Pharmaceutical Giant Reconciles Human Rights with Intellectual Property Rights Sara Beth Myers