The legal basis for DOHSA cases in state court and whether they can be removed to federal court.
Alimony reform with a scalpel, not a machete. A post by FIU Law Review member Kristina Bado.
Articles Editor Camilo Rodriguez discusses the problems and solutions surrounding undocumented individuals that entered the U.S. without inspection who are eligible to become Permanent Residents.
Articles Editor Barbara Miranda addresses whether privacy rights to digital assets should remain with a decedent or transfer to their heirs.
Articles Editor Lorene Piatt discusses the trademark issues surrounding the sweatshirt controversy between Urban Outfitters and Kent State University.
Articles Editor Natalie Yong discusses some of the flaws of the IRS’s recent guidelines for taxpayers that derive income from virtual currency such as Bitcoin.
Articles Editor Cristina Larive discusses what some countries throughout the world are doing, and what more can be done, to educate and promote the advancement and protection of women.
Articles Editor Robert Strongarone discusses steps retail brokerage firms can take to help eliminate investor victimization in microcap stock investing.
Ingrid Cepero discusses the passage by various states of laws banning employment discrimination against victims of domestic abuse.
Articles Editor Yanelis Zamora discusses the options available to law students unsure of what area of the law they want to practice following the Bar exam.