In the last few years, parents’ rights groups across the country have been calling for more input into public school curriculum. In this article, Sarah Jana analyzes the scope of parental rights in public education and argues that parents should have limited input in determining school curriculum.
Adidas “Does Not Own Stripes”
Caroline Hardig discusses the trademark infringement lawsuit over Adidas’s three-stripe design. She explains the outcome of the lawsuit and the future implications this lawsuit may have on brands who use a striped design.
(Where?)House Safety: Amazon’s Systemic Hazards
Amazon has had a dynamic past few years, with phenomenal growth to become the United States’ second-largest private employer. However, in the face of widespread concern about employee safety, which has spawned both unionization and fines from OSHA, could there be a bug in Amazon’s system? Associate Member Colleen Brugger explores this question in her first article for the UC Law Review Blog.
Red Bottom Heels: The Trademark Dispute
In this article, Author Micah Kindred discusses Louboutin’s quest for a trademark in Japan.
It Takes Two (or More): How Interprofessional Advocacy Could Help Remove Misinformation
In this article, Tori DeLaney discusses the troubling spread of misinformation through sex education courses in public schools, how states let it happen, and how interprofessional advocacy could help move us towards accurate sex education for all.
Killing the Courtroom Lawyer: How Prohibiting Lawyers from Practicing in the People’s Court Can Remedy Inequities in Legal Access
In this article, Jacob Metzger discusses how prohibiting attorney representation in small claims court is a solution to keep the court fair and encourages access to justice in civil disputes.
Duty of Observation Extended to Corporate Officers
In this article, Tanner Dowdy examines a recent case in the Delaware Chancery Court that extended the duty of observation to corporate officers and discusses what the case could mean for corporate officers in the future.
The Magic of Mushrooms: Turning “Public Enemy Number One” Into an Ally to Help Put an End to the War on Drugs
In this article, Thomas Kemmet briefly explores the history of America’s drug policy, then discusses the impact of Oregon’s legalization of psychedelic mushrooms.
The Contract Dropout: Brands Scramble to Drop Ye Following His Embrace of Antisemitism
In this article, Associate Member Adam Drapcho discusses Ye's string of offensive statements and the likely use of morals clauses by brands cutting ties with the rapper and designer.
The International MLB Draft: Pros, Cons, and Alternatives
In this article, Jared Yaggie explores recent discussion of an International MLB draft. Jared highlights the arguments for and against a draft and offers broad solutions that seek to settle the debate.