- ITU - International Telecommunications Union
- T-REGS - Telecom Regulations for Europe.
T-REGS is a specialist consultancy, providing independent expertise in
the field of telecommunications policy and regulation throughout the European
Union and in Switzerland.
Legal Sites - a general list...
- The Federal Judiciary Homepage:
News and information about the Federal Courts
Info at GPO - Includes decisions from FLITE and HERMES.
- Supreme Court
- Cornell's Legal Information
Institute provides opinions in PDF and HTML (with links to cited sections
- FindLaw: Supreme
Court Opinions - Search all opinions since 1893 on citation, party
names, or full text. Returns decision in html with links to cited cases.
- FLITE - Supreme
Court Decisions, 1937-1975 - Over 7,000 decisions in plain text as
compiled by the US Air Force. Search by citation, parties, etc.
- Oyez Oyez Oyez - Decisions (from
in html with links to cited cases plus oral arguments in Real Audio!
States Supreme Court News - From Willamette. Summaries and full text
of opinions. The summaries are provided at the certiorari granted, oral
argument and decision stages. Also includes decisions from the 9th Circuit,
California, Oregon, Washington, and Alaska.
- 4 law schools - Resources for law students
All About Trademarks - Indeed, all
about! Maintained by Gregory H. Guillot.
American Law Sources On-line (ALSO!)
- Extensive source material on state, federal, Canadian and Mexican law.
BitLaw: A Resource on Technology Law
- Patent, copyright, trademark, and other internet legal issues.
Cornell Legal Information Institute
- Very nice collection on Federal and State law.
- Federal Communications Law Journal - A discussion of telecommunications law
FindLaw - Another very nice collection
of info on Federal and State law.
GSU College of Law -- Meta-Index
for U.S. Legal Research
International Journal of Communications
Law and Policy - covers a wide range of topics relating to structural
and behavioural regulation and policy in the converging sectors of computing,
telecommunications and broadcasting. The IJCLP will include peer reviewed
articles, work in progress, book and conference reviews published by prestigious
Internet Legal Resource Guide - An index
of more than 4,000 web sites containing legal information.
Law Central - A legal portal of
portals... Lotsa links!
The 'Lectric Law Library - Resources
and humor for lawyers and others (not all lawyer jokes).
- Legal-Explanations.com - Extensive dictionary of legal terms
plus other resources.
U.S. Government Printing Office - Making
public documents public!
WWW Virtual Law Library
- An index of law sites hosted by the Indiana University School of Law.
Link Back - Sites that link to us may have info of use to
- < href="www.broadcastengineering.info">www.broadcastengineering.info - Broadcast Engineering BBS
Broadcast Net - The Broadcast Industry's
CB FCC Page for
CMBE - High Performance Radio & Webcasting
- See especially "CMBE Radio News
Federal Communications Bar Association
- The Federal Communications Bar Association is an organization of attorneys
and other professionals, including engineers, consultants, economists and
government officials, involved in the development, interpretation and practice
of communications law and policy.
Legal Subjects: Communications Law: Primary Materials - Laws and Government
- Fire The FCC - Devoted to broadcast censorship by the FCC
GMRS Web Magazine: The E-Zine
for the radio-active family! - General Mobile Radio Service.
Maui Community Television LINKS
McCollough & Associates, P.C.
- Texas law firm providing expert legal service in Communications, Internet,
Energy, Water and Utilities, General Regulatory and Administrative Law.
Other areas of practice include Civil Rights, General Federal and
State Trial and Appellate Practice, Constitutional Law and Political Law.
LINKS Page from Akaku:
Maui Community Television
NAVEMSCEN - The Naval
Electromagnetic Spectrum Center represents the electromagnetic spectrum
policy interests of the US Navy. Interesting in that in the US, it
was the Navy who first regulated the use of the spectrum.
NTIA's Other T&I Sources
on the Net - from the National Telecommunications and Information Administration,
part of the Department of Commerce, advises the executive branch on telecom
to Frequently Accessed Information at CMU
Radio Broadcasting Services,
Radio Broadcasting Links from 440 Internationa. Why 440? "The title
of the web site comes from the number assigned to the Rolling Stones record
Satisfaction back at KHJ. In those days (the 60's) we would hit the intercom
button and tell the engineer which song (actual little round vinyl things)
we wanted him to cue up next. I called for 440 so many times (we never
stopped playing it from the day it was released in 1965) it is indelibly
burned into my memory."
Research Tools for Business
and Federal Communications (FCC) Issues - Compiled by Thomas Lynch,
attorney at law.
RW Online ... the internet
resource from the publisher of Radio World
Society of Broadcast Engineers
Tim Pozar more details...
- Covers the history of atomic technology, history of electronics, and
Dow "silly putty"
WMRA Engineering -
Lotsa useful stuff for broadcast engineers.