In How Much Confusion Is Fair? fourth-year law students Johann Hall and Danelle Jacobs examined the December 2004 United States Supreme Court decision in KP Permanent Make-Up, Inc. v. Lasting Impression I, Inc. which involved a trademark dispute.
Enhance your law school education by applying for the law review
Second, third, and fourth-year students may apply to become members of the Empire Law Review. Successful applicants have an opportunity to research and potentially publish an article analyzing and commenting on current legal issues of significant importance. Student authors work under the guidance of an editorial board and faculty advisor, Professor Brad DeMeo.
Volume 5 of the Empire Law Review, containing the following five articles, was published in Spring 2010. Copies are available for purchase by calling the Law School office at 707-546-4000.
The Punctilio of Honor for Developers of Intellectual Property? by Andrzej W. Bednarski
Employers Beware: Ricci v. DeStefano Raises More Questions Than It Answers by Jenica Hepler and Jennifer Wilson
Arizona v. Gant: The Chorus Calling to Tighten the Belt on Belton by Michael Knapp and Michael Teply
Navigating the Navy’s Evasive Maneuvers Around Compliance with the National Environmental Protection Act by Kayla Egnew
Gr8 or H8: Consideration of Marriage Rights for Same-Sex Couples in California by Gretchen Longshore and Steven Waite
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