Caroline Hardig discusses the East Palestine train derailment. She explains what happened, lawsuits filed following the derailment, and how East Palestine residents have been affected.
James Hardman discusses the U.S. government’s sweeping international sanctions rules, whether their application is constitutional, and what might be done to resolve the problem of using a regulatory grenade where a scalpel would do.
In this article, Grant Williams discusses the history of the nondelegation doctrine and intelligible principle. The article explores the perpetual commingling of powers amongst the different branches of government and argues that the nondelegation doctrine must be invoked to prevent the creeping tyranny.
In this article, Stephen Fox examines the new U.S. Department of Labor’s recommendation on classifying independent contractors and how these recommendations may affect the labor market.
In this article, Caroline Hardig explains why Kim Kardashian paid the SEC over a million dollars for advertising crypto and how the SEC is attempting to regulate cryptocurrency.
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.”
Notes and Comments Editor Tanner Dowdy examines the SEC's first Reg BI enforcement action to provide guidance to Broker Dealers.
Blog Chair Emily Schmidt argues that the government should develop its own free tax filing system, after exploring a recent $141 million settlement entered into by TurboTax developer Intuit for allegedly deceptive advertising tactics.
Author: Andrea Flaute, Associate Member, University of Cincinnati Law Review Telemedicine is a key innovation in the health care industry. Sharing patient information and physician services across long distances bridges a gap for patients across the world. Telemedicine’s benefits include access to services that would otherwise be unavailable; streamlined and efficient communication between patients and... Continue Reading →
Author: Brynn Stylinski, Contributing Member, University of Cincinnati Law Review In today’s world of social media, employee interactions regarding their employers are becoming increasingly more public. Conversations that previously would have taken place in a private home or around the water cooler now take place online and may take many different shapes. Instead of a... Continue Reading →