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JAMES B. SPETA

2018

Op-Eds/Blog Posts/Popular Press

2017

Articles

2014

Articles

  • Unintentional Antitrust: The FCC's Only (and Better) Way Forward with Net Neutrality After the Mess of Verizon v. FCC, 66 Federal Communications Law Journal 491 (2014).

2012

Books

  • Telecommunications Law and Policy, 3d ed. (Carolina Academic Press 2012) (Co-authored by: S. Benjamin, H. Shelanski, and P. Weiser).

Articles

  • Supervising Discrimination: Reflections of the Interstate Commerce Act in the Broadband Debate, 95 Marquette Law Review 1195 (2012).

2011

Articles

  • Supervising Managed Services, 60 Duke Law Journal 1715-1759 (2011).

2010

Articles

  • The Shaky Foundations of the Regulated Internet , 8 Journal On Telecommunications & High Technology Law 101-134 (2010).

2009

Articles

  • A Sensible Next Step on Network Neutrality: The Market Power Question, 8 Review of Network Economic 113-127 (2009).

Contributions to Books

  • Redefining the Landscape of Internet Regulation , in New Directions In Communications Policy, edited by Randolph J. May (Carolina Academic Press 2009).

2008

Articles

  • Spectrum Policy Experiments: What’s Next?, 2008 University of Chicago Legal Forum 389-414.

2006

Articles

  • Resale Requirements and the Intersection of Antitrust and Regulated Industries, 31 Journal of Corporation Law 307-322 (2006).
  • Making Spectrum Reform "Thinkable", 4 Journal On Telecommunications & High Technology Law 183-215 (2006).

2005

Articles

  • Eats, Shoots & Leaves: The Zero Tolerance Approach to Punctuation, 13 Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research And Writing 156-157 (2005) .

Contributions to Books

  • 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).

2004

Articles

  • Deregulating Telecommunications in Internet Time, 61 Washington And Lee Law Review 1063-1157 (2004).
  • FCC Authority to Regulate the Internet: Creating It and Limiting It, 35 Loyola University Chicago Law Journal 15-39 (2003).

Contributions to Books

  • Vertical Regulation in Digital Television: Explaining Why the United States Has No Access Directive, in Regulating Access to Digital Television (European Audiovisual Observatory 2003) .

2003

Articles

  • Antitrust and Local Competition Under the Telecommunications Act, 71 Antitrust Law Journal 99-145 (2003).
  • Competitive Neutrality in Right of Way Regulation: A Case Study in the Consequences of Convergence, 35 Connecticut Law Review 763-815 (2003).

Op-Eds/Blog Posts/Popular Press

  • SBC's Legislative Triumph Is Simply Breathtaking, Chicago Sun-times (May 14, 2003) (Co-authored by: John Roberts).

2002

Articles

  • Maintaining Competition in Information Platforms: Vertical Restrictions in Emerging Telecommunications Markets, 1 Journal of Telecommunications and High Technology Law 185 (2002).
  • A Vision of Internet Openness by Government Fiat (reviewing Lawrence Lessig, The Future of Ideas: The Fate of the Commons in a Connected World), 96 Northwestern University Law Review 1553-1578 (2002).
  • A Common Carrier Approach to Internet Interconnection, 54 Federal Communications Law Journal 225-279 (2002).

2000

Articles

  • The Vertical Dimension of Cable Open Access, 71 Colorado Law Review 975-1010 (2000).
  • Handicapping the Race for the Last Mile?: A Critique of Open Access Rules for Broadband Platforms, 17 Yale Journal On Regulation 39-91 (2000).

1999

Articles

  • Tying, Essential Facilities, and Network Externalties: A Comment on Piraino, 93 Northwestern University Law Review 1277-1285 (1999).
  • Internet Theology, 2 Green Bag 2d 227-232 (1999).