In her first article for the UC Law Review Blog, Associate Member Emmaline Fisher discusses the Copyright Alternative in Small Claims Enforcement Act and explores a solution to concerns about copyright troll claimants.
In his first article for the Blog, Associate Member Chris Colloton advocates for the passage of the Ohio Fairness Act to extend the state’s current anti-discrimination statute to its LGBTQ citizens and suggests that the Ohio puts itself at a significant disadvantage by not doing so.
This excerpt introduces Paul Rando's Student Comment, which argues for an amendment to the FEMA statute to improve the U.S. disaster recovery system.
In her first article for the UCLR Blog, Associate Member Micah Kindred explains how sales tax on software in Ohio can be a complex issue for developers.
Managing Editor Danny O’Connor explores the New York Court of Appeals ruling from this past summer on the habeas corpus petition filed on behalf of Happy the Elephant. While the state’s high court declared that Happy is not entitled to habeas relief, the majority and dissenting opinions contemplated some of the law’s deepest questions.
Notes and Comments Editor Tanner Dowdy examines the SEC's first Reg BI enforcement action to provide guidance to Broker Dealers.
This excerpt introduces Baylee Kalmbach’s Student Comment, which discusses the COVID-19 pandemic's forced-telework and its inevitable impact on reasonable accommodation considerations under the Americans with Disabilities Act.
This excerpt introduces Andrew White’s Student Note, which analyzes whether the prohibition on eighteen-to-twenty-year-old's from purchasing handguns violates the Second Amendment.