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Henry H.Perritt, Jr

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Articles

Dispute Resolution in Cyberspace: Demand for New Forms of ADR, 15 OHIO ST. J. ON DISP. RESOL. 675 (2000)

Stabilizing Kosovo: Enterprise Formation and Financial Markets, 2 GLOBAL FIN. MARKETS 28 (2001).

Hybrid International Institutions for Regulating Electronic Commerce and Political Discourse on the Internet, MULTIMEDIA UND RECHT at 1 (July 2000).

Freedom of Information Spreads to Europe, 17 GOV'T INFO. Q. 403 (with Zachary Rustad) (2000).

The 1% Solution: American Judges Must Enter the Internet Age, 2 J. APP. PRAC. & PROC. 463 (with Ronald W. Staudt) (2000).

Economic and Other Barriers to Electronic Commerce, 21 U.PA.J.INT’L ECON. LAW 563 (2000).

The National Labor Relations Act in Cyberspace: Union Organizing in Electronic Workplaces, 49 U. KAN. L. REV. 1 (2000) (with Martin H. Malin).

The Internet is Changing the Public International Legal System, 88 KY L. REV. 885 (2000).

Book Review, 32 CONN. L. REV. 1061 (2000) (reviewing LAWRENCE LESSIG, CODE AND OTHER LAWS OF CYBERSPACE).

The Internet is Changing the Face of American Law Schools, 33 IND. L. REV. 253 (1999).

International Administrative Law for the Internet: Mechanisms of Accountability, 51 ADMIN. L. REV. 871 (1999).

Policing International Peace and Security: International Police Forces, 17 WIS. INT'L L. J. 281 (1999).

The Internet is Changing International Law, 73 CHI-KENT L. REV. 997 (1998).

Will the Judgment-Proof Own Cyberspace?, 32 INT'L LAW. 1121 (1998).

Book Review, 26 SYRACUSE J. INT'L L. & COMM. 95 (reviewing THE RELUCTANT SHERIFF: THE UNITED STATES AFTER THE COLD WAR by Richard N. Haas) (1998).

Chinese Economic Development, Rule Of Law, And The Internet, 15 GOVT INFO. Q. 393.(1998) (with Randolph R. Clarke).

The Internet as a Threat to Sovereignty? Thoughts on the Internet's Role in Strengthening National and Global Governance, 5 IND. J. OF GLOBAL LEGAL STUD. 423 (1998).

Electronic Freedom of Information, 50 ADMIN. L. REV. 391 (1998).

Computer Crimes Now On The Books: What Do We Do From Here?, 70 TEMP. L. REV. 1199 (1997) (symposium).

Cyberspace and State Sovereignty 3 J. INT'L L. STUD. 155 (1997).

Cyberspace Self-Government: Town-Hall Democracy or Rediscovered Royalism?, 12 BERKLEY TECH. L.J. 413 (1997)

Information Access Rights Based on International Human Rights Law, 45 BUFF. L. REV. 899 (1997) (with Christopher J. Lhulier)

Is the Environmental Movement a Critical Internet Technology?, 8 VILL. ENV. L.J. 321 (1997)

Jurisdiction in Cyberspace: The Role of Intermediaries, in BORDERS IN CYBERSPACE: INFORMATION POLICY AND GLOBAL INFORMATION INFRASTRUCTURE 164 (Brian Kahin and Charles Nesson eds., MIT Press 1997).

Property and Innovation in the Global Information Infrastructure, 1996 U. CHI. L. F. 261.

Jurisdiction in Cyberspace, 41 VILL. L. REV. 1 (1996).

Legal and Technological Infrastructures for Electronic Payment Systems, 22 RUTGERS COMP. & TECH. L.J. 1 (1996).

Keeping the Government Out of the Way: Project Labor Agreements Under the Supreme Court's Boston Harbor Decision, 12 THE LABOR LAWYER 69 (1996).

Mapping the Information Superhighway, 3 INT'L J. LAW & INFO. TECH. 201 (1996).

The Information Highway: On Ramps, Checkpoints, and Tollbooths, 13 GOV'T INFO. Q. 143 (1996).

Reassessing Professor Hibbitt's Requiem For Law Reviews, 30 AKRON L. REV. 255 (1996).

Payment Infrastructures for Open Systems, 3 DATA L. REP. 1 (No. 1, July, 1995).

Should Local Governments Sell Local Spatial Databases Through State Monopolies?, 35 JURIMETRICS J. 449 (1995).

Sources of Rights to Access Public Information, 4 WM. & MARY & BILL OF RIGHTS J. 179 (1995).

Access to the National Information Infrastructure, 30 WAKE FOREST L. REV. 51 (1995).

Video Depositions, Transcripts and Trials, 43 EMORY L.J. 1071 (1994).

President Clinton's National Information Infrastructure Initiative: Community Regained?, 69 CHI.-KENT L. REV. 991 (1994) (Charles Green Lecture).

Unbundling Value in Electronic Information Products: Intellectual Property Protection for Machine Readable Interfaces, 20 RUTGERS COMP. & TECH. L.J. 415 (1994).

Commercialization of Government Information: Comparisons between the European Community and the United States, 4 INTERNET RESEARCH 7 (Meckler Summer 1994).

Dispute Resolution in Electronic Network Communities, 38 VILL. L. REV. 349 (1993).

Introduction, The Congress, the Courts and Computer Based Communications Networks: Answering Questions about Access and Content Control, Symposium, 38 VILL. L. REV. 319 (1993).

Format and Content Standards for the Electronic Exchange of Legal Information, 33 JURIMETRICS J. 265 (1993).

State Wrongful Dismissal Legislation, 1 J. INDIV. EMPL. RIGHTS 185 (1993).

Tort Liability, the First Amendment, Equal Access, and Commercialization of Electronic Networks, 2 ELECTRONIC NETWORKING (Meckler) 29 (Fall, 1992).

Electronic Records Management and Archives, 53 U. PITT. L. REV. 963 (1992).

Tort Liability, the First Amendment, and Equal Access to Electronic Networks, 5 HARV. J. LAW & TECH. 65 (1992).

Market Structures for Electronic Publishing and Electronic Contracting in BUILDING INFORMATION INFRASTRUCTURE: ISSUES IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE NATIONAL RESEARCH AND EDUCATION NETWORK (Harvard University and McGraw-Hill 1992).

The Electronic Agency and the Traditional Paradigms of Administrative Law 44 ADMIN. L. REV. 79 (1992).

Health Care Plans and ERISA, 6 THE LABOR LAWYER 949 (1990)

Determining the Content and Identifying Suppliers of Public Information in Electronic Form, 17 GOV'T PUB. REV. 325 (1990).

Implied Covenant: Anachronism or Augur, 20 SETON HALL L. REV. 683 (1990).

The Future of Wrongful Dismissal Claims: Where Does Employer Self Interest Lie?, 58 CINCINNATI L. REV. 1001 (1989).

The Terrain of Wrongful Dismissal Legislation, C. OSIGWEH, MANAGING EMPLOYEE RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES 59 (1989)

Chap. 36, Federal Administrative Procedure Act, 3 WEST'S FEDERAL PRACTICE MANUAL (REV.2D ED. 1989).

Electronic Acquisition and Release of Federal Agency Information: Analysis of Recommendations Adopted by the Administrative Conference of the United States, 41 ADMIN. L. REV. 253 (1989).

Constitutional, Political and Attitudinal Barriers to Reforming Wrongful Dismissal Law, NYU PROCEEDINGS OF THE 42D ANNUAL CONFERENCE ON LABOR, CHAPTER 3 (1989).

Aspects of Labor Law Affecting Labor-Management Cooperation in the Railroad and Airline Industries, 16 PEPP. L. REV. 501 (1989).

Negotiated Rulemaking as an Approach to Developing Plans Under the Pennsylvania Municipal Waste Planning, Recycling and Waste Reduction Act, 1 V.I.E.W. 1 (Villanova Incorporated Environmental Watch Proceedings 1988).

Should Some Independent Contractors be Redefined as "Employees" Under Labor Law?, 33 VILL. L. REV. 989 (1988).

Wrongful Dismissal Legislation, 35 U.C.L.A. L. REV. 65 (1987).

Artificial Intelligence Techniques for Evaluating Employee Terminations on a Personal Computer 16 PEPP. L. REV. 501 (1987).

Administrative Alternative Dispute Resolution: The Development of Negotiated Rulemaking and Other Processes, 14 PEPP. L. EV. 863 (1987).

Negotiated Rulemaking before Federal Agencies: Evaluation of Recommendations by the Administrative Conference of the United States, 74 GEO. L.J. 1625 (1986).

Negotiated Rulemaking and Administrative Law, 38 ADMIN. L. REV. 471 (1986).

Negotiated Rulemaking in Practice, 5 J. POL. ANAL. MGT. 482 (1986).

§21.6, Railway Labor Act, and §21.20, National Mediation Board, 1A WEST'S FEDERAL PRACTICE MANUAL (REV.2D ED. 1986).

Wrongful Dismissal in Virginia, 34 VA. BAR NEWS 21 (1985)

Preclusive Effect of Administrative Decisions in Wrongful Dismissal Suits, 5 NAT. ASSOC. ADMIN. L.J. 33 (1985).

Transportation Labor Law and Policy for a Deregulated Industry, 1 Lab. Lawyer 617 (1985) (with Dennis Alan Arouca).

Transportation Labor Regulation: Is the Railway Labor Act or the National Labor Relations Act the Better Statutory Vehicle? 36 LAB. L.J. 145 (1985) (with Dennis Alan Arouca).

Employee Dismissal Law in Pennsylvania, 55 PA. B. Q. 212 (1984).

Employee Dismissals: An Opportunity for Legal Simplification, 35 LAB. L.J. 407 (1984).

And the Whole Earth Was of One Language: A Broad View of Dispute Resolution, 29 VILL. L. REV. 1049 (1984).

Ask and Ye Shall Receive: The Legislative Response to the Northeast Rail Crisis, 28 VILL. L. REV. 271 (1983).

Ploughshares Into Swords From Buffalo Forge? 12 TRANSP. L.J. 501 (1982).

Am I My Brother's Keeper? Secondary Picketing Under the Norris-LaGuardia Act, 68 GEO. L.J. 1191 (1980).

Development of a Railroad Labor Cost Function, 20 Proceedings, Transportation Research Forum (1979).

Open Advisory Committees and the Political Process: The Federal Advisory Committee Act After Five Years, 63 GEO. L.J. 725 (1975) (with James A. Wilkinson).

Economic Pressure and Antitrust, 23 AM. U. L. REV. 521 (1974) (with James A. Wilkinson).

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Books

LAW AND THE INFORMATION SUPERHIGHWAY (2d ed. 2001).

CIVIL RIGHTS IN THE WORKPLACE (3d ed. 2000).

2000 EMPLOYMENT LAW UPDATE (editor, Aspen Law and Business 2000).

1999 EMPLOYMENT LAW UPDATE (editor, Aspen Law and Business 1999).

HOW TO PRACTICE LAW WITH COMPUTERS (3D ED. Practising Law Institute 1998). 

1998 WILEY EMPLOYMENT LAW UPDATE (editor, Aspen Law and Business 1998). 

AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT HANDBOOK - THIRD EDITION (John Wiley & Sons 1997, with supplements every six months ) (3 volumes). 

EMPLOYEE DISMISSAL LAW AND PRACTICE (4th ed. John Wiley & Sons 1997, with supplements every six months) (3 volumes). 

1997 WILEY EMPLOYMENT LAW UPDATE (editor, John Wiley & Sons 1997). 

LAW AND THE INFORMATION SUPERHIGHWAY (740 pages, John Wiley & Sons 1996). 

1996 WILEY EMPLOYMENT LAW UPDATE (editor, John Wiley & Sons 1996). 

INTERNET BASICS FOR LAWYERS (111 pages) (Practising Law Institute 1996). 

HEALTH CARE LEGISLATION UPDATE AND ANALYSIS (450 pages) (John Wiley & Sons 1995). 

EVERYTHING SOLO PRACTITIONERS NEED TO KNOW ABOUT COMPUTERS (Practising Law Institute 1995). 

1995 WILEY EMPLOYMENT LAW UPDATE (editor, John Wiley & Sons 1995). 

CIVIL RIGHTS IN THE WORKPLACE (John Wiley & Sons 1994). 

TRADE SECRETS: A PRACTITIONER'S GUIDE (Practising Law Institute 1994). 

AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT HANDBOOK FORMS AND PROCEDURES (John Wiley & Sons 1994). 

1994 WILEY EMPLOYMENT LAW UPDATE (editor, John Wiley & Sons 1994). 

YOUR RIGHTS IN THE WORKPLACE (Practising Law Institute 1993). 

1993 WILEY EMPLOYMENT LAW UPDATE (editor, John Wiley & Sons 1993). 

CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1991 SPECIAL REPORT (John Wiley & Sons 1992). 

HOW TO PRACTICE LAW WITH COMPUTERS (2d ed Practising Law Institute November, 1992) (1268 pages). 

EMPLOYEE DISMISSAL LAW AND PRACTICE (3d ed. John Wiley & Sons 1992, with supplements every six months) (2 volumes). 

AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT HANDBOOK - SECOND EDITION (John Wiley & Sons 1991 ). 

ELECTRONIC CONTRACTING, PUBLISHING AND EDI LAW (1991 John Wiley & Sons; co-author: Michael Baum). 

1992 WILEY EMPLOYMENT LAW UPDATE (editor, John Wiley & Sons 1992). 

WORKPLACE TORTS: RIGHTS AND LIABILITIES (John Wiley & Sons 1991). 

AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT HANDBOOK (John Wiley & Sons 1990). 

1991 WILEY EMPLOYMENT LAW UPDATE (editor, John Wiley & Sons 1991). 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS CLAIMS: LAW AND PRACTICE (John Wiley & Sons 1990) (529 pages). 

HOW TO PRACTICE LAW WITH COMPUTERS (Practising Law Institute November, 1988) (775 pages). 

EMPLOYEE DISMISSAL LAW AND PRACTICE (2d ed. John Wiley & Sons 1987, with supplements every six months to January 1992) (720 pages). 

LABOR INJUNCTIONS (John Wiley & Sons 1986 with annual supplements) (730 pages).

EMPLOYEE DISMISSAL LAW AND PRACTICE (John Wiley & Sons 1984 with supplements every six months until 1987) (465 pages).

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Reports

ANALYSIS OF FOUR NEGOTIATED RULEMAKING EFFORTS, prepared for the Administrative Conference of the United States, November 15, 1985 

USE OF NEGOTIATED RULEMAKING TO DEVELOP A PROPOSED HEALTH STANDARD FOR MDA, Report for the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Labor, May, 1988. 

ASPECTS OF LABOR LAW THAT AFFECT LABOR MANAGEMENT COOPERATION IN THE RAILROAD AND AIRLINE INDUSTRIES, Prepared for the Bureau of Labor Management Relations and Cooperation, U. S. Department of Labor, February 15, 1988. 

ELECTRONIC ACQUISITION AND RELEASE OF FEDERAL AGENCY INFORMATION, Report Prepared for the Administrative Conference of the United States, October 1, 1988. 

ELECTRONIC PUBLIC INFORMATION AND THE PUBLIC'S RIGHT TO KNOW, proceedings of conference in October, 1989, sponsored by Benton Foundation and Bauman Family Foundation. 

MARKET STRUCTURES FOR ELECTRONIC PUBLISHING AND ELECTRONIC CONTRACTING ON A NATIONAL RESEARCH AND EDUCATION NETWORK, prepared for Conference on Information Infrastructure for the 1990s, November 29 - December 1, 1990, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University 

FEDERAL AGENCY ELECTRONIC RECORDS MANAGEMENT AND ARCHIVES, prepared for the Administrative Conference of the United States, December 1, 1990. 

THE ROLE OF FORMAT AND CONTENT STANDARDS AND OTHER CONVENTIONS IN FACILITATING ELECTRONIC EXCHANGE OF ACCOUNTING AND LEGAL INFORMATION, Report to the National Center for Automated Information Retrieval ("NCAIR") (February 1, 1991). 

ADJUDICATION OF CIVIL PENALTIES UNDER THE FEDERAL AVIATION ACT, prepared for the Administrative Conference of the United States, November 1, 1991. 

PUBLIC INFORMATION IN THE NATIONAL INFORMATION INFRASTRUCTURE, Report to the Regulatory Information Service Center, General Services Administration, and to the Administrator of the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, Office of Management and Budget, May 20, 1994. 

ELECTRONIC DOCKETS: USE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN RULEMAKING AND ADJUDICATION, prepared for the Administrative Conference of the United States, September 8, 1995.

CARNIVORE REPORT

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Testimony

Federal Trade Commission & U. S. Department of Commerce Workshop

U.S. House of Representatives Oversight Hearing on the:"INTERNET AND FEDERAL COURTS:  ISSUES AND OBSTACLES"

Amicus brief filed in Texas municipal code case.

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