Regulating the World’s “Art Prisons”: Examining the Sinister Side of Freeports

By: Caroline Christner Last month, the former “freeport king” Yves Bouvier declared a “complete victory” in the…

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Godiva Consumers Propose a Sweet Settlement

By: Derek Siegal Belgium is widely known for its outstanding chocolate production.[1] Godiva, founded in Brussels, Belgium…

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Calculating the Dumping Margin: Tough Luck for U.S. Silicon Metal?

By: Poppy Doolan The domestic silicon metal industry has long been at a disadvantage from foreign producers…

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Eichel’s Body, Buffalo’s Choice

By: Alex Dourian On March 7, 2021, Buffalo Sabres star forward Jack Eichel suffered a herniated disc…

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Is the Corporate Forum Shopping Spree Coming to an End?

By: Parker Reynolds In June, Representatives Ken Buck (CO-04) and Zoe Lofgren (CA-19) introduced a bipartisan bill…

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Let the Games Begin . . . Or Not

By: Aya Abdellatif The investment world has seen unprecedented popularity lately with Robinhood and other apps aimed…

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The Ninth Circuit Splits on Private Search Exception

By: Brad Espinosa Google’s automated flagging system came under scrutiny in a landmark digital privacy rights case…

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Comply or Be Fined: The Federal Trade Commission Issues Warning to Health Apps Regarding the 2009 Health Breach Notification Rule

By: Alex Rankin On September 15, the Federal Trade Commission voted 3-2 to issue a policy statement…

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Revolving Door Regulators: How the Tax Code is Written by Industry Lawyers & Attorneys

By: Carson Hicks The New York Times published an article last month describing a “revolving door” system…

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Lost in the Clouds: The Implications of the FTC’s Decision to Rescind the Vertical Merger Guidelines

By: Will Jackson On September 15, 2021, the Commissioners of the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) voted to…

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