Catherine J. K. Sandoval

Books

Telecommunications Law and Public Policy: Access, Convergence, and Competition. with Allen S. Hammond and Leonard Baynes. Wolters Kluwer (forthcoming 2020)

Chapters

Connect the "Whole Community" to Address Regulatory-Driven Vulnerability to Infrastructure Management Decisions, Disaster, and the Digital Divide, with Patrick Lanthier, in Technology vs. Government: The Irresistible Force Meets the Immovable Object. Lloyd Levine ed. Emerald Studies in Media and Communications (forthcoming 2020)

Serving the Public Interest: Broadcast News, Public Affairs Programming, and the Case for Minority Ownership with Hammond and Bachen in Media Diversity and Localism: Meaning and Metrics. Napoli, editor. Routledge (2007) | Link to Library Catalog

Articles

Contested Places, Utility Pole Spaces; A Competition and Safety Framework for Analyzing Utility Pole Association Rules and Roles Principles to Address Utility Pole Association Concerted Action that Undermines Electric and Telecom Competition and Safety, ___ Catholic U. L. Rev ___ (forthcoming 2020)

Cybersecurity Paradigm Shift: The Risks of Net Neutrality Repeal to Energy Reliability, Public Safety, and Climate Change Solutions, 10 San Diego J. Climate & Energy L. 91 (2019)

Net Neutrality Repeal Rips Holes in the Public Safety Net, 80 Pitt L. Rev. 953 (2019)

Pharmaceutical Reverse Payment Settlements: Presumptions, Procedural Burdens, and Covenants Not to Sue Generic Drug Manufacturers, 26 Santa Clara Computer and High Technology Law Journal 141-183 (2009-2010) | Link to Digital Commons

Disclosure, Deception, and Deep-Packet Inspection: The Role of the Federal Trade Commission Act's Deceptive Conduct Prohibitions in the Net Neutrality Debate, 78 Fordham Law Review 641-712 (2009) | Link to Digital Commons

Antitrust Language Barriers: First Amendment Constraints on Defining an Antitrust Market by a Broadcast's Language, and Its Implications for Audiences, Competition, and Democracy, 60 Federal Communications Law Journal 407-480 (2008) | Link to Digital Commons

Antitrust Law on the Borderland of Language and Market Definition: Is There a Separate Spanish-Language Radio Market?, 40 University of San Francisco Law Review 381-449 (2006) | Link to Digital Commons