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Vol. 8 No. 2, Spring 2017; Injuries from Foul Balls, Broken Bats, and Railing Fall-Overs: Who is Liable?
Every Major League Baseball season ends with multiple injuries, if not casualties, resulting from flying baseball bats and baseballs entering the stands at unimaginable speeds, or eager spectators falling over the railings ...
Vol. 8 No. 2, Spring 2017; The Predatory Hiring Standard for Section 2 Violations of the Sherman Antitrust Act
In antitrust claims of predatory hiring, plaintiffs allege that defendants have attempted to monopolize the market by eliminating their business or injuring their ability to compete by hiring away their employees. Universal ...
Vol. 9 No. 1, Fall 2017; Purpose, Prudence, and Path: Reevaluating the Primary Jurisdiction Doctrine in the Context of Opioid Litigation
The primary jurisdiction doctrine is a judicially created discretionary tool which allows a court to halt proceedings in an action where a regulatory agency’s interpretation of an issue within the matter is sin qua non to ...