53 Federal Communications Law Journal 91 (2000)
The decision whether to be a regulated common carrier or a non-regulated communications provider carries with it numerous benefits and burdens that must be weighed. Although one may automatically assume that non-regulation is preferable, that may not always be the case. This Article directly addresses the decision of whether to be a lightly-regulated non-dominant common carrier or a non-regulated private carrier. The Article argues that certain statutory and regulatory rights enjoyed by common carriers are more important than the minimal regulatory burdens associated with non-dominant common carrier regulation.
Lister, James H.
"The Rights of Common Carriers and the Decision Whether to Be a Common Carrier or a Non-Regulated Communications Provider,"
Federal Communications Law Journal: Vol. 53:
1, Article 7.
Available at: https://www.repository.law.indiana.edu/fclj/vol53/iss1/7