Associate Member Stephen Fox considers whether various employment actions by the PGA Tour could be violations of the Sherman Anti-Trust Act.
Associate Member Chris Colloton explores the growing demand for environmentally friendly clothing and what legal steps retailers must consider before labeling their products as “sustainable.”
In this article, Author Micah Kindred discusses United States crypto anti-money laundering regulations and potential improvements.
In this article, Jared Yaggie discusses previous litigation that tried and failed to achieve TV broadcasting revenue sharing for student-athletes and makes the argument that an ongoing case seeking the same result fares better due to Alston paving the way for shaving down the NCAA’s compensation restraints.
In this article, Thomas Kemmet analyzes the current standing doctrine in the United States and its impact on the environment and compares how other nations grant personhood to natural entities for environmental protection.
Associate Member Stephen Fox explains the tactics used by Washington Commanders owner Dan Snyder to avoid a congressional subpoena and potential solutions to eliminate those tactics.
For decades, employees who faced discriminatory lateral job transfers had to show that they suffered a certain level of harm to have a valid claim against their employers. In June 2022, the D.C. Circuit held that employees no longer need to show harm to have a cause of action. In this article, Associate Member Adam Drapcho argues for the Supreme Court to adopt the D.C. Circuit’s interpretation and settle the circuit split.
In this article, Tanner Dowdy argues that any change in the securities laws to accommodate secondary trading for “unicorns” should be met with a selective disclosure rule.
Associate Member Haley Dominique explores the rise of the “Kidfluencer” and how states must, at the very least, adopt laws that financially protect them due to the exploitation and privacy violations inflicted on them by their parents or guardians.