Tag Archives: LawReview

Supreme(ly) Smelly: Poop-themed Dog Toy Will Test Free Speech Protections in Trademark Infringement Cases

Tristan Clapham – A poop-themed dog toy resembling a Jack Daniel’s bottle will test the limits of parody and First Amendment protections in trademark infringement cases. The Supreme Court is set to decide Jack Daniels Properties v. VIP Products during this term, where the famed whiskey distiller aims to enjoin a dog toy manufacturer from […]

Le Tote vs. Urban Outfitters: The Uphill Battle for an Underdog Subscription Fashion Service

Julia Gibson – Urban Outfitters (“URBN”) has gained popularity in the fashion industry for over 50 years by tailoring to the likes of cool and trendy young adults looking to make their style unique. With over 23,000 employees and earning an excess of four billion in sales revenue each year, URBN can be described by […]

Landlocked Blues: Property Rights, Public Access, and the Outdoor Recreation Industry

Thomas Webb – Americans love the great outdoors. So much in fact, that the outdoor recreation economy currently accounts for about 1.9% of the United States’ GDP, or $454 billion annually. The outdoor recreation economy is even more important to certain states, where the percentage of total GDP is much higher (Wyoming (3.6%), Utah (2.7%), […]

Embracing the Inevitable: How AI is Shaping the Future of Law

Talia Svid—Artificial intelligence (AI) is transforming the way businesses operate, and the legal industry is no exception. The rapid growth of AI has been nothing short of phenomenal, with its computing power increasing exponentially since 2012. This vast growth raises the question of what our future will look like with AI at the forefront. Already, […]