Recent cases like Lawrence v. Texas, United States v. Windsor, and Obergefell v. Hodges, suggest a shift in rational basis review that authorizes courts to consider legislative intent when evaluating the constitutionality of legislation. In light of such a shift, debate about whether Congress can extend copyright terms of existing works and restore copyright protection of public domain works might be revived.
Article | Professor Brian Frye explores a possible shift in rational basis review that examines legislative intent and what it could mean for the future of copyright terms.
Note | KLJ Production Editor Matt Hlinka examines the potential impact of new proposed regulations of coal power plant emissions on Kentucky.
Note | KLJ Notes Editor Katie Smith discusses the Human Trafficking Victims Rights Act, Kentucky’s new law that addresses human trafficking in Kentucky and how it protects victims.
Article | Attorney and Professor Thomas Rutledge explains the benefits of derivative actions in ensuring proper management of corporate ventures.
In State v. Paye, the Iowa Supreme Court reversed a conviction for public intoxication, holding that “the front steps of a single-family home are not a public place . . .”
This year, the United States indicted several members of the FIFA organization after allegations of corruption, bribes, and kickbacks.
New York made waves on May 5th with the decision to become the sixteenth state to adopt the Uniform Bar Exam (UBE).
The Kentucky Supreme Court ruled that a fraternity house receives the same Fourth Amendment protection as any other private residence…
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