Comments Submitted to the Copyright Office in Connection with its Study on Music Licensing (2014)

Written Comments submitted in connection with the Canadian Copyright Consultations (2009)

Choruss's Covenant: The Promised Land (Maybe) for Record Labels; A Lesser Destination for Everyone Else

Common Sense, Accommodation and Sound Policy for the Digital Music Marketplace, published in the winter 2008 edition of the Journal of International Media and Entertainment Law

Fixing What’s Badly Broken: A Proposal to Maximize the Licensed Availability of Recorded Music for Digital Transmissions and to Make the Music Industry Whole Again as the Digital Music Marketplace Develops (2007)

Written Comments submitted in connection with the Federal Trade Commission’s Public Workshop: Peer-to-Peer File-Sharing Technology: Consumer Protection and Competition Issues (2004)

A Full, Fair and Feasible Solution to the Crisis that Grips the Digital Music Marketplace (2002)

A Plan for the Future of Music Performance Rights Organizations in the Digital Age; appearing as a chapter in Expanding the Boundaries of Intellectual Property: Innovation Policy for the Knowledge Society, Oxford University Press, UK (2001)

Why You Should Care About the Digital Millennium Copyright Act and How to Qualify for the Statutory License, Radio Ink Magazine, March 5, 2001

Rethinking Net Rights, National Law Journal, October 9, 2000

Commentary: Worldwide Music Performance Rights, the Devil in the Details, Billboard Magazine, March 25, 2000

The Impact of New Technology on the Protection and Collective Management of Copyright and Neighboring Rights, World Intellectual Property Organization, Document Number WIPO/CNR/JKT/97/6a, April 29, 1997

Commentary: Everyone Covered by Blanket Licenses, Billboard Magazine, December 16, 1995

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