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Lowering the Filed Tariff Shield: Judicial Enforcement for a Deregulatory Era
(Vanderbilt Law Review, 2003)
The filed tariff doctrine, fashioned by courts to protect consumers from rate discrimination, has strayed from its origins. Instead of protecting consumers, the doctrine has evolved into a shield for regulated firms against ...
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 ...