Additional Publications

A selection of recent articles, columns, and book chapters published by the Columbia Law School faculty

Fall 2011

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George Bermann

Articles

“The ‘Gateway Problem’ in International Commercial Arbitration,” forthcoming in Yale Journal of International Law (2011)

“Reconciling European Union Law Demands with the Demands of International Arbitration,” forthcoming in Liber Amicorum JC Piris (2011)

“The UK Supreme Court Speaks to International Arbitration: Learning from the Dallah Case,” 22 American Review of International Arbitration 1 (2011)

“Domesticating the New York Convention:  The Impact of the Federal Arbitration Act,” 2 Journal of International Dispute Settlement 317 (2011)

Michael Gerrard

Articles

“What Litigation of a Climate Nuisance Suit Might Look Like,” 121 Yale Law Journal Online 135 (2011)

“New York’s Revived Power Plant Siting Law Preempts Local Control,” New York Law Journal (Sept. 8, 2011)

“NEPA and Its Progeny,” in Climate Change: A Reader, with William R. Rodgers, Jr. & Michael J. Robinson-Dorn, eds. (Carolina Academic Press: 2011)

“Model Municipal Ordinance Project Designed to Facilitate Wind and Solar Projects and Green Buildings,” with Danielle Sugarman, The New York Environmental Lawyer  (Spring 2011)

“Climate Change Litigation After Supreme Court Ruling in American Electric Power v. Connecticut,” DB Climate Change Advisors (July 15, 2011)

“American Electric Power Leaves Open Many Questions for Climate Litigation,” New York Law Journal (July 14, 2011)

“Climate Change and the WTO: Expected Battlegrounds, Surprising Battles,” with Daniel M. Firger, BNA International Environment Reporter (July 12, 2011)

Prevailing Academic View on Compliance Flexibility under § 111 of the Clean Air Act, with Gregory E. Wannier et al., Resources for the Future (July 2011)

“2010 Developments Under State Environmental Quality Review Act,” New York Law Journal (May 12, 2011)

“Environmental Justice and Transactions,” in Environmental Aspects of Real Estate and Commercial Transactions, with James B. Witkin, ed., 4th ed., pp. 653-668 (2011)

“Increasing the Use of Renewable Energy: Legal Techniques and Impediments,” New York Law Journal (March 10, 2011)

“Using the Clean Air Act to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Building on Existing Regional Programs,” with Franz T. Litz et al., World Resources Institute and Columbia Center for Climate Change Law (February 2011)

“Increasing Energy Efficiency: Legal Techniques and Impediments,” New York Law Journal (Jan. 13, 2011)

Jane Ginsburg

Articles

European Copyright Code – Back to First Principles (with Some Additional Detail),” forthcoming 58 Journal of the Copyright Society of the USA No. 3 (2011), and in Auteurs et Médias (Belgium) (2011)

The sole right shall return to the Author”: Anglo-American Authors’ Reversion Rights from the Statute of Anne to Contemporary U.S. Copyright, with Prof. Lionel Bently, 25 Berkeley Technology Law Journal 1475 (2011)

Columns (The Media Institute: Intellectual Property Issues)

When a Work Debuts on the Internet, What Is its Country of Origin?” (Aug. 29, 2011)

Internet Publication and U.S. Copyright Imperialism” (June 27, 2011)

Authors’ Contracts and the U.S. Copyright Law: Part II” (April 20, 2011)

“Authors’ Contracts and the U.S. Copyright Law: Part I” (March 15, 2011)

News Aggregation: Discord Among Common Law Jurisdictions” (Jan. 11, 2011)

Book chapters

“Authors’ Contracts and the US Copyright Law, in Research Handbook on Intellectual Property Licensing,” Jacques de Werra, ed., forthcoming Edward Elgar (2011)

“User-Generated Content Sites and Section, 512 of the US Copyright Act,” in Irini Stamatoudi, ed., Copyright Enforcement in Cyberspace (forthcoming, Kluwer 2011) http://lsr.nellco.org/columbia_pllt/9192

Carol B. Liebman

Articles

“Interest Based Mediation of Medical Malpractice Lawsuits: A Route to Improved Patient Safety?” Chris Stern Hyman, Carol B. Liebman, Clyde B. Schechter and William M. Sage, 35 Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law (October 2010)

“Medical Malpractice Mediation:  Benefits Gained, Opportunities Lost,” 74 Law & Contemporary Problems, 135 (Summer 2011)

“Autonomy and Diminished Capacity,” comment in Mediation Ethics Cases and Commentaries, Ellen Waldman, Ed, Jossey-Bass (2011)

James S. Liebman

Article

“The Death Penalty Today: Minority Practice, Majority’s Burden,” with Peter Clarke, 9 Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law (2011)

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