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  Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal
  Volume 27, Number 1, 2009
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  • Satellite Transponders and Free Expression
        Monroe E. Price
        p.1                                                                                          +cite        
  • The Uneasy Case for Intellectual Property Rights in Traditional Knowledge
        Stephen R. Munzer & Kal Raustiala
        p.37                                                                                        +cite        
  • Copyright Law in and Under the Constitution: A Comparison Between American and German Constitutional Copyright Law
        Tom Braegelmann
        p.99                                                                                        +cite        

  • Where's the Remote? The Importance of the Location of the Remote Control (and the One Who Uses It) in Determining Liability for Copyright Infringement for Remote Storage DVRs
        Cindy Abramson
        p.145                                                                                      +cite        
  • The Beginning of a New Age?: The Unconscionability of the "360-Degree" Deal
        Ian Brereton
        p.167                                                                                      +cite        
  • Steroid Regulation in Professional Sports: Sarbanes-Oxley as a Guide
        Sarah R. Heisler
        p.199                                                                                      +cite        
  • Goodbye, Norma Jean: Marilyn Monroe and the Right of Publicity's Transformation at Death
        Michael Decker
        p.243                                                                                      +cite        
  • A Proposed Restriction on the First Amendment: Protecting Children from Internet Pedophiles
        Jennifer L. Pass
        p.273                                                                                      +cite        
  • Crossing the Fair Use Line: The Demise and Revival of the Harry Potter Lexicon and Its Implications for the Fair Use Doctrine in the Real World and on the Internet
        Shira Siskind
        p.291                                                                                      +cite