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Vol. 6 No. 1, Fall 2014; Protecting the Sanctity of Family: An Argument for the Equitable Parent Doctrine
This Comment examines the rights of men who held themselves out as a child’s father or who did not know they were the biological father with a focus on the equitable parent doctrine. Because the equitable parent doctrine ...
Vol. 5 No. 2, Spring 2014; “You Can’t Handle the Truth” . . . Well, the States That Is: The Legality of State-Imposed Transfer Taxes on Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and the Federal Housing Finance Agency
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac were created by Congress to help stabilize the housing market. Congress included an express exemption from all taxation imposed by states, counties, and municipalities, albeit real property owned ...
Vol. 5 No. 2, Spring 2014; Pay-for-Delay and Interstate Commerce: Why Congress or the Supreme Court Must Take Action Opposing Reverse Payment Settlements
A pay-for-delay drug settlement, also called a reverse payment settlement, occurs when a brand name pharmaceutical company agrees to pay the maker of a similar generic drug to delay the release of the generic drug into the ...
Vol. 6 No. 1, Fall 2014; ‘Fixing’ the First Sale Doctrine: Adapting Copyright Law to the New Media Distribution Paradigm
This Article discusses Section 109 of the Copyright Act, the first sale doctrine, in the context of digital media and internet-based storage. Traditionally, the first sale doctrine served as an important limitation on the ...