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Do Intellectual Property Rights Extend to Graffiti Art?: The 5Pointz Case
JURIST Guest Columnist Uché Ewelukwa Ofodile of University of Arkansas School of Law discusses intellectual property rights of graffiti artists given the changing dynamics in the legal landscape and concepts of nontraditional art... Introduction I (More)
SB 1070 and the Impending Police State
JURIST Guest Columnist Geoffrey Hoffman of the University of Houston Law Center says that although racial and ethnic profiling arguments were not addressed last week in Arizona v. United States, SB 1070 has significant civil rights implications for t (More)
Charles Taylor's Conviction: Reflections of a Prosecutor
JURIST Contributing Editor David Crane of Syracuse University College of Law says that Charles Taylor's conviction should serve as a warning to others who commit war crimes and crimes against humanity... (More)
SB 1070 and Racial Profiling in the Supreme Court
JURIST Guest Columnist David Harris of the University of Pittsburgh School of Law says that Arizona's immigration enforcement law, and others modeled after it, have already achieved their true goal of intimidating Latinos into leaving these states... (More)
Amending Title VII: Labor Organizing as a Civil Right (Part II)
JURIST Guest Columnists Richard Kahlenberg, a senior fellow at The Century Foundation, and Moshe Marvit, a labor and employment discrimination lawyer, say that it is time to amend Title VII of the Civil Rights Act to include the individual's right to (More)
Amending Title VII: Labor Organizing as a Civil Right (Part I)
JURIST Guest Columnists Richard Kahlenberg, a senior fellow at The Century Foundation, and Moshe Marvit, a labor and employment discrimination lawyer, argue that it is time to amend Title VII of the Civil Rights Act to include the individual's right (More)
Obama's Comments and Challenges to Judicial Review
JURIST Guest Columnist William G. Ross of Cumberland School of Law says that the president's remarks on judicial review of health care reform may impede Obama from making the Supreme Court an issue in the upcoming presidential election... (More)
ICC Jurisdiction in Palestine: Blurring Law and Politics
JURIST Guest Columnist Valentina Azarov of Al-Quds Bards College, Al-Quds University says that the ICC was wrong to find that it did not have jurisdiction over Palestine, but due to the procedural nature of the decision, there are still avenues open (More)
Judicial Restraint and the Health Care Litigation
JURIST Guest Columnist Craig Jackson of Texas Southern University Thurgood Marshall School of Law says that the criticism of recent comments by President Obama on the role of judicial review in the health care litigation have been unduly harsh... (More)
The Role of Lochner in the Health Care Litigation
JURIST Guest Columnist David Bernstein of George Mason University School of Law, an adjunct scholar at the Cato Institute, argues that striking down the individual mandate of the health care reform legislation does not implicate a resurgence of the n (More)
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