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Reversing A “Chilling” Mistake: Reforming U.S. Immigration Policy To Expand Health Care Access To Children Of Immigrant Families (“Cif”), Farida Shawkat 2023 Seton Hall University

Reversing A “Chilling” Mistake: Reforming U.S. Immigration Policy To Expand Health Care Access To Children Of Immigrant Families (“Cif”), Farida Shawkat

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Casa For Exonerees: Advocating For The Wrongfully Convicted, Angelica B. Manos 2023 Seton Hall University

Casa For Exonerees: Advocating For The Wrongfully Convicted, Angelica B. Manos

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In The Interest Of Justice: The Gold Standard For Conviction Integrity Units, Mallory Emma Garvin 2023 Seton Hall University

In The Interest Of Justice: The Gold Standard For Conviction Integrity Units, Mallory Emma Garvin

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Adopting The Confluence Of Factors Doctrine In Oklahoma: A Case Of Innocence For Roderick Webster, Jessica M. Durann 2023 Seton Hall University

Adopting The Confluence Of Factors Doctrine In Oklahoma: A Case Of Innocence For Roderick Webster, Jessica M. Durann

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Liability Issues With Autonomous Vehicles: Current Uncertainty And Future Solutions, Dorian G. Minond 2023 Seton Hall University

Liability Issues With Autonomous Vehicles: Current Uncertainty And Future Solutions, Dorian G. Minond

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Navigating The Potential Regulatory Landscape Under Section 1033 Of The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform And Consumer Protection Act For Fintechs, Kelly Hogan 2023 Seton Hall University

Navigating The Potential Regulatory Landscape Under Section 1033 Of The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform And Consumer Protection Act For Fintechs, Kelly Hogan

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Language Accessibility And Voting: How Effective Has The Law Been?, Celina Beatriz Curillo 2023 Seton Hall University

Language Accessibility And Voting: How Effective Has The Law Been?, Celina Beatriz Curillo

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An Invisible Group. Asian American Women And The Invisible “Bamboo Glass Ceiling”, Christine Tran 2023 Seton Hall University

An Invisible Group. Asian American Women And The Invisible “Bamboo Glass Ceiling”, Christine Tran

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Sports Betting Advertising And The Need For Further Regulation In The United States, Jim Griffin 2023 Seton Hall University

Sports Betting Advertising And The Need For Further Regulation In The United States, Jim Griffin

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Nothing But A Fading Memory: Title Ix In The Age Of College Sports Betting, Ariana Gonzalez 2023 Seton Hall University

Nothing But A Fading Memory: Title Ix In The Age Of College Sports Betting, Ariana Gonzalez

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New Jersey’S In-State College Sports Gambling Prohibition: Effective Or Futile?, Ryan Neumann 2023 Seton Hall University

New Jersey’S In-State College Sports Gambling Prohibition: Effective Or Futile?, Ryan Neumann

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Time For Federal Regulation: Online Sportsbooks And The Constitution, Michael Donnelly 2023 Seton Hall University

Time For Federal Regulation: Online Sportsbooks And The Constitution, Michael Donnelly

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Reforming The Maryland Redistricting Process, Erich Herbermann 2023 Seton Hall University

Reforming The Maryland Redistricting Process, Erich Herbermann

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Oops!...They’Re Violated Again: How Section 230 Of The Communications Decency Act Fails To Protect Women In Media, Nicole Flynn 2023 Seton Hall University

Oops!...They’Re Violated Again: How Section 230 Of The Communications Decency Act Fails To Protect Women In Media, Nicole Flynn

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Omnipotent Squirrels In The Attic: Trapping The Elusive “Intent” In Employment Racial Discrimination, Richard D. Crane 2023 Seton Hall University

Omnipotent Squirrels In The Attic: Trapping The Elusive “Intent” In Employment Racial Discrimination, Richard D. Crane

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Busted On The Big Stage: The Deterring Impact Of The Department Of Justice’S Prosecution Of Professional Athletes For Health Care Fraud In Professional Sports Leagues., Kyle McLester 2023 Seton Hall University

Busted On The Big Stage: The Deterring Impact Of The Department Of Justice’S Prosecution Of Professional Athletes For Health Care Fraud In Professional Sports Leagues., Kyle Mclester

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Detrimental Conduct: Why Nfl Owners May Lose To Win, John C. Coyle IV 2023 Seton Hall University

Detrimental Conduct: Why Nfl Owners May Lose To Win, John C. Coyle Iv

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Red-Flag Laws, Civilian Firearms Ownership And Measures Of Freedom, Royce de R. Barondes 2023 University of Missouri School of Law

Red-Flag Laws, Civilian Firearms Ownership And Measures Of Freedom, Royce De R. Barondes

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This essay provides context for an assessment of a part of the recently-enacted Bipartisan Safer Communities Act--federal legislation funding state red-flag procedures, which allow for seizures of firearms from persons who have not committed crimes.

First, it assesses Maryland’s experience during the first year of implementing these procedures. The essay details computations, extrapolating from Maryland’s first-year experience, showing that adoption of these statutes causes blameless persons to be subject to being killed by the government at a rate comparable to or in excess of the murder rate.

Second, the essay identifies an overlooked impact of this federal legislation ...


Dual Fiduciaries: Unicorns, Corporate Law And The New Frontier, Anat Alon-Beck 2023 Case Western University School of Law

Dual Fiduciaries: Unicorns, Corporate Law And The New Frontier, Anat Alon-Beck

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Legal and regulatory structures influence the shift in equities in the United States from public markets to private markets, entrepreneurial opportunities and new firm formation. There is a rise in the number of “unicorn” firms, which are privately held venture-capital backed startups that are valued at $1 billion or more. The number of unicorns in the United States and overseas has grown exponentially over the last few years. This chapter discusses the rise of the unicorns and with it the increasing importance of corporate governance and fiduciary duties. There are new vertical and horizontal conflicts among common and preferred shareholders ...


Cancel Culture Attacks On Books And Authors, Joseph A. Custer 2023 Case Western University School of Law

Cancel Culture Attacks On Books And Authors, Joseph A. Custer

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Some people today view free speech as a threat to emotional safety and well-being. Cancel culture attempts to silence authors who express “unapproved” opinions by removing access to their works, publicly shaming them, and making attempts to destroy their livelihood. Cancel culture has been increasing, particularly on social media.

In this paper, the author argues that cancel culture is the antithesis of freedom of expression. He explores cancel culture through the theoretical lens of John Stuart Mill and a more contemporary advocate of free expression, Jonathan Rauch. The author discusses the controversy associated with Dr. Seuss Enterprise's decision to ...


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