Luka Magic: How Luka Doncic’s Trademark Battle Can Change the Name, Image and Likeness Landscape Going Forward

By: Rafael Andino As of the beginning of September 2022, NBA superstar Luka Doncic has been in…

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15c2-11’s Pending Application to 144A: Transparency for Transparency’s Sake

By: Cooper D’Anton In a discrete no-action letter last fall, the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) staff…

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SEC to Amend SPAC Regulation Enhancing Disclosures

By: Scarlett Keane SPACs are the hottest IPO tool available for corporations today.[1]  SPACs, or special purpose…

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To Be or Not to Be Liable: the NLRB Changes its Mind About Joint Employment Liability Once Again

By: Annie McEnaney Two weeks ago, the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB” or “Board”) released a Notice…

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Pouring One Out for the Great Recession: Should the Name ‘Lehman Brothers’ Live on in Whiskey?

By: Isha C. Biswas   The Great Recession of 2008 still influences jurisprudence in a myriad of…

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Robinhood Users, Be Thankful for Hot Tubs

By: Brendan Glynn Robinhood is an online stock-trading application with a user base of over 10 million…

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NCAA’s Gender Discrimination

By: Kendall Deese The NCAA has dealt with its fair share of gender-based discrimination over the years,…

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Finders Keepers or Fraudsters Keepers? Banking Institutions Use Loophole to Avoid Liability: Zelle Users Beware

By: Nabila Sudha Technological advances in modern society undoubtedly betters the life of the average person, providing…

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The Deep Fake of Dorian Gray: Who Owns the Likeness of Luke Skywalker?

By: Carson Hicks Last year Lucasfilm released the second season of The Mandalorian to Disney+, continuing the…

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How to Swallow a Bitter Pill: A Possible Antidote to Kohl’s Shareholder Rights Plan

By: Rushabh Soni A poison pill plan is a shareholder rights plan that makes the target company…

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