BitTorrent for Dummies, Wiley Publishing, October 15, 2005, by Susannah Gardner, Kris Krug. Legal chapter written by Michael S. Overing.
"On Speaking Terms: Witnesses Under a Gag Order Need Some Way to Respond to Media Attacks," Los Angeles Daily Journal, July 17, 2003, by Edward C. Wilde and Michael S. Overing.
Stop the Press: How Much of Jessica Lynch's Personal Life Will Remain Hers Alone?, Los Angeles Daily Journal, April 28, 2003, by Michael S. Overing and Edward C. Wilde.
Guarding Against Libel Lawsuits, January 30, 2003, by Michael S. Overing.
The Legal Twists in Securing a Homeland, November 26, 2002, by Michael S. Overing.
Database Resellers Beware..., October 3, 2002. By Michael S. Overing and Edward C. Wilde.
Internet Libel Laws in Limbo: Defining Jurisdiction on the Internet, September 26, 2002. By Michael S. Overing.
Research, but Carefully, August 8, 2002. By Michael S. Overing and Edward C. Wilde.
Cut and Paste Can Be Sticky, May 29, 2002. By Michael S. Overing.
Lessons from the Narco News Ruling, February 6, 2002. By Michael S. Overing.
The Revenue Booby Trap: Switching from ad revenue to subscription may have an unintended legal consequence, November 20, 2001. By Michael S. Overing.
The Tasini Ruling: What the Future Holds, July 17, 2001. By Michael S. Overing.
Not-So-Public Figures, June 5, 2001. By Michael S. Overing.
Impermissible Links, May 23, 2001. By Michael S. Overing.
Licensed to Link, March 21, 2001. By Michael S. Overing.
End of Anonymity Without Liability, January 11, 2001. By Michael S. Overing.
ICANN's Net Obligation, December 13, 2000. By Michael S. Overing.
Familiar Problems in Top Level Domain Names, November 29, 2000. By Michael S. Overing.
"Internet and New Technologies: New Challenges for the First Amendment," The 11th National Communication Association/American Forensic Association Conference on Argumentation, Alta Utah, July 1999. By Michael S. Overing.
"Copyright Protection in the Marketplace For Expression: Fostering Competition Not Monopoly," New Matter, California State Bar Association Winter 1996, and in Vol. VIII American Bar Association Intellectual Property Litigation 4, Spring 1996. By Edward C. Wilde and Michael S. Overing.
After 'As Damages': Are CERCLA Response Costs Payable as Part of the Defense Obligation?, Hot Topics for Corporate Counsel, American Bar Association, 1995. By Michael S. Overing
Allocating CERCLA Response Costs Between Defense and Indemnity: Limitations on the Duty to Defend, American Bar Association Committee on Insurance Coverage Litigation Annual Meeting, Tucson: March 1995. By Michael S. Overing.
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