Harvard Law Review, 124: 6 (2011)


Harvard Law Review

Volume 124 · April 2011 · Number 6


In Memoriam: Benjamin Kaplan

Orphan Business Models: Toward a New Form of Intellectual Property
Michael Abramowicz

Information Acquisition and Institutional Design
Matthew C. Stephenson

Permitting Private Initiation of Criminal Contempt Proceedings

A Chevron for the House and Senate: Deferring to Post-Enactment Congressional Resolutions that Interpret Ambiguous Statutes

Restoring Electoral Equilibrium in the Wake of Constitutionalized Campaign Finance

Rethinking the Boundaries of the Sixth Amendment Right to Choice of Counsel

D.C. Circuit Upholds EPA Superfund Authority to Issue Cleanup Orders Reviewable Only Under Threat of Penalty. — General Electric Co. v. Jackson, 610 F.3d 110 (D.C. Cir. 2010).

Third Circuit Allows Government to Acquire Cell Phone Data Without Probable Cause. — In re The Application of the United States for an Order Directing a Provider of Electronic Communication Service to Disclose Records to the Government, 620 F.3d 304 (3d Cir. 2010).

Ninth Circuit Holds that Excluding Men from Supervisory Positions in Women’s Prison Violates Title VII. — Breiner v. Nevada Department of Corrections, 610 F.3d 1202 (9th Cir. 2010).

Nevada Supreme Court Reverses Conviction on the Basis of Spillover Prejudice. — Stewart v. State, No. 53100, 2010 WL 4226456 (Nev. Oct. 22, 2010).

Librarian of Congress Exempts University Professors and Film Students from DMCA Anticircumvention Provisions. — Exemption to Prohibition on Circumvention of Copyright Protection Systems for Access Control Technologies, 75 Fed. Reg. 43,825 (July 27, 2010) (to be codified at 37 C.F.R. pt. 201).

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