Author Archives: jolin

Volume 27 Executive Board Elected

Congratulations to members of the Volume 27 Executive Board! Editor-in-Chief: Andrew Zuckerman Executive Editor: Ludovica Gardani Executive Editor: Tyler Rauh Managing Editor: Dimitrije Canic Senior Notes & Comments Editor: Nick Gangemi Senior Notes & Comments Editor: Angelo Massagli Senior Articles Editor: Estefania Borrero Senior Writing Editor: Joseph Cottingham Symposium & Events Editor: Stephanie Marmol Alumni Editor: Taylor Jobb Online Media […]

Cuba: Déjà Vu or New Beginnings

Ryan Forrest, Hunter W. Phillips, & Magena Rodriguez – That the United States has long had a strained relationship with Cuba is no secret to the international community. Most recently, this strain has been embodied in a commercial, economic and financial embargo that has been enforced by the United States since 1962. That said, focusing only […]

Whatever Happened To Quick Look?

Edward D. Cavanagh – In California Dental Ass’n v. F.T.C. (hereafter “Cal Dental”), the Supreme Court observed that there is no sharp divide separating conduct that can be summarily condemned under section one of the Sherman Act as per se unlawful from conduct that warrants a more searching factual assessment to ascertain any anticompetitive effect and hence its […]

Rethinking Article III Standing in Class Action Consumer Protection Cases Following Spokeo v. Robins

Joshua Scott Olin – The Supreme Court recently handed down the landmark decision of Spokeo, Inc. v. Robins, holding that a “bare procedural violation” of a federal consumer protection statute—namely, the Fair Credit Reporting Act—was not enough to satisfy Article III standing because the injury alleged was particularized but not concrete. AfterSpokeo, those wishing to bring suit […]