Justice Kennedy: To Swing or Not to Swing

Author: Brooke Logsdon, Associate Member, University of Cincinnati Law Review The recent death of Justice Antonin Scalia has both political parties upset, as both parties want control in appointing the new Justice to replace him. Until Justice Scalia’s seat can be filled, the politically divided Supreme Court risks a 4-4 tie on almost all major... Continue Reading →

Revising the National Letter of Intent

Author: Stephen Doyle, Associate Member, University of Cincinnati Law Review Within the past few years, the rights, or lack thereof, of college athletes have received significant media attention. One of those discussions centers on the arguably lopsided nature of the National Letters of Intent (NLI) that many student-athletes sign each year. The NLI is a... Continue Reading →

My Sister’s Facebook Keeper: How Delaware Is Changing the Landscape of Online Asset and Account Management

Author: Stephen Doyle, Associate Member, University of Cincinnati Law Review  On August 12, 2014, Gov. Jack Markell signed the Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets and Digital Accounts Act (FADADAA),[1] which will make Delaware the first state to permit heirs to inherit a decedent’s digital accounts or assets.[2] The law will become effective on January 1,... Continue Reading →

College Athletes Demand Pay, But May Have Sacked Themselves

Author: Matt Huffman, Associate Member, University of Cincinnati Law Review The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and its member schools collect hundreds of millions of dollars each year from the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) and Division I Basketball broadcasts and video games. The schools make a substantial amount of money from licensing players’ names, likenesses,... Continue Reading →

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