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Vol. 6 No. 2, Spring 2015; A Circuit Split Involving Ten Federal Circuits: Why Copyright Infringement Actions Should Be Allowed to Proceed After an Application for a Copyright is Filed
In 2010, the Supreme Court’s decision of Reed Elsevier, Inc. v. Muchnick addressed the subject matter jurisdiction of a trademark infringement claim. Not only did this avoid the larger question of when a trademark is ...
Vol. 7 No. 1, Fall 2015; Equal Access: A Proposal For Homeschooled Students And Athletics
A prevalent issue that homeschooled students face is access to interscholastic athletics at public schools. Over the past several decades, the United States has seen an upward trend in the number of children who are ...
Vol. 6 No. 2, Spring 2015; Homeless Bill of Rights: How Legislators Get to Feel Pro-Homeless Without Effort or Money
In 2013, Illinois became the second state in the nation to enact a homeless bill of rights to protect homeless persons from discrimination in the right to use and move freely in public spaces in the same manner as any other ...
Vol. 7 No. 1, Fall 2015; As If All The World Were Watching: Why Today’s Law Enforcement Needs To Be Wearing Body Cameras
The widespread use of body-worn cameras among police departments across the nation is not only the next logical step in law enforcement, but in the wake of the confrontation in Ferguson, Missouri between Michael Brown and ...