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Publications

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

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Books and Treatises:

Lead Editor and Co-author, Biotechnology and the Law, a treatise published by the American Bar Association (2007).  (Upload introduction)

Commission Chair and lead contributing author, Patent Mediation Deskbook: Better Solutions for Business, CPR International Commission on Patent Disputes (2005).

Cable Television and the Allocation of Regulatory Power: A Study of Demarcations and Roles, 44 Federal Communications Law Journal 1 (1991).


Professional and Academic Articles:

The Biotechnology Lifecycle: A Primer,  Corporate Counsel  (July 2008).

Discover New E-worlds, Legal Times (April 21, 2008).

eDiscovery: It's All About the Information, Arizona ADR Forum (Fall 2007).

Biotechnology Litigation: Dispute Avoidance, Preparation, and Resolution, ABA Biotechnology and the Law: A Primer (June 7, 2007).

Behind The Magic Curtain, Corporate Counsel (May, 2005).

Bulldozing Barriers To Patent Case ADR Use, National Law Journal (April 11, 2005).

Dealing With Data: No, You Can’t Call Them Documents Anymore, Business Law Today (March-April 2005).

Commission Chair and lead contributing author, Patent Mediation Deskbook: Better Solutions for Business, CPR International Commission on Patent Disputes (2005).

Firms Must Pick Which Data To Save, Arizona Republic (September 12, 2004).

Data Life Cycle Management, ACCA Docket (September 2004).

Long Before Those Tempers Flare, Legal Times (August 16, 2004).

Alternatives to Litigation, Arizona Republic, (June 27, 2004).

Natural Resources Damages Causation, Fault, and the Baseline Concept: A Quandary in Environmental Decisionmaking, 26 Environmental Law Reporter 10457 (September 1996).

NOAA's Latest Attempt at Natural Resource Damages Regulation: Simpler . . . But Better?, 25 Environmental Law Reporter 10671 (December 1995).

Contingent Valuation Methodology, Public Choice, and the Embedding Phenomenon in Natural Resource Damage Assessments, 35 Natural Resources Journal 443 (1995).

The New Economic Efficiency in Natural Resource Damage Assessments, 66 University of Colorado Law Review 675 (1995).

The Use of Contingent Valuation Methodology in Natural Resource Damage Assessments: Legal Fact and Economic Fiction, 89 Northwestern University Law Review 1029 (1995).

Municipal Options for Cable Television Regulation: The Opportunity to Design Local Telecommunications Policy, 21 The Colorado Lawyer 2411 (November 1992).

State Coordination of Cable Communications: An Idea Whose Time Has Come -- Again, 36 The Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media 137 (1992).

Lender Liability Rule Leaves Questions, American Banker 4 (July 7, 1992).

Cable Television and the Allocation of Regulatory Power: A Study of Demarcations and Roles, 44 Federal Communications Law Journal 1 (1991).

CERCLA Natural Resources Damages Liability and the Irreversible and Irretrievable Commitment Exemption, Proceedings, 1991 Conference of the National Association of Environmental Professionals, (1991).

The Allocation of Regulatory Authority Over Cable Television: A Study of Federal, State, and Local Roles (1990) (Ph.D.Dissertation, The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill).

Privacy and the Frontier Thesis: An American Intersection of Society and Self
, 34 American Journal of Jurisprudence 87 (1989).

From the Cloister to the Street: Judicial Ethics and Public Expression, 64 Denver University Law Review 549 (1987). Selected as course and discussion materials for national ABA judicial conferences.

The Dynamics of Freedom of Expression Under the State Constitutions, 64 Journalism Quarterly 106 (1987).

Early Election Projections: A Conflict of Democratic Values, 65 Oregon Law Review 593 (1986). Selected for condensation and republication in Law Review Digest.

Freedom of Expression Under the State Constitutions: The Fulfillment of a 200-Year-Old Promise (1985) (M.A. Thesis, University of Nebraska (Lincoln)).

A Historical and Philosophical Look at the Death Penalty - Does It Serve Society's Needs? 16 Creighton Law Review 1 (1982 - 1983).

Public Trials and a First Amendment Right of Access: A Presumption of Openness, 60 Nebraska Law Review 169 (1981).