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Author Kennedy, Charles H.

Title An introduction to U.S. telecommunications law / Charles H. Kennedy.

Published Boston : Artech House, [1994]


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Law  KN 342 G1 KENN    AVAILABLE
Physical description xxii, 169 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Series Artech House telecommunications library.
Artech House telecommunications library.
Notes Includes index.
Contents Introduction: How We Got Here: The Evolution of Telecommunications Law -- Pt. I. Local Exchange Carriers. Ch. 1. How Much May a LEC Charge for Exchange and Exchange Access Services? Ch. 2. How Much May a LEC Charge for New or Competitive Services? Ch. 3. When, and on What Terms, Must a LEC Interconnect Its Facilities with Those of Other Carriers? Ch. 4. Special Cases: The Bell and GTE Operating Companies. Ch. 5. New LEC Ventures: Cable and Video Dialtone -- Pt. II. Some Other Players. Ch. 6. The Interexchange Carriers. Ch. 7. Pay Telephones and Operator Services Providers. Ch. 8. Mobile Telephone Companies. Ch. 9. Domestic Satellite Carriers -- Appendix: The Economic Background of Telecommunications Law. I. Competition and Monopoly. II. Specific Economic Issues in Telecommunications Law -- Epilogue: Where We Go from Here: Emerging Technologies and the Future of Telecommunications Law. I. Deregulation: The Elimination of Existing Constraints.
II. Reregulation: Building the Information Superhighway.
Subject Telecommunication -- Law and legislation -- United States.
ISBN 089006752X