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Beyond Goldwasser: Ex Post Judicial Enforcement in Deregulated Markets
(Michigan State DCL Law Review, 2003)
Regulatory agencies are increasingly adopting ex ante rules to set market access terms and conditions for network industries. At the same time, in industries such as telecommunications and electric power transmission and ...
The Electric Deregulation Fiasco: Looking to Regulatory Federalism to Promote a Balance Between Markets and the Provision of Public Goods
(Michigan Law Review, 2002)
The Essay uses three recent books - two by a historians and one by an economist - to address the electric power deregulation fiasco in the U.S. It argues that public law has an important role to play in deregulated markets. ...
The Common Law "Duty To Serve" and Protection of Consumers in an Age of Competitive Retail Public Utility Restructuring
(Vanderbilt Law Review, 1998)
This article addresses the implications of retail competition in public utility industries, particularly electricity, for utility service obligations. After tracing the history of the common law duty to serve applicable ...