Current Issues

Vol. 67, No. 1 (Fall 2014)

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Lessons from the NBA Lockout: Union Democracy, Public Support, and the Folly of the National Basketball Players Association - Matthew J. Parlow


Intending to Confuse: Why Preponderance Is the Proper Burden of Proof for Intentional Trademark Infringements Under the Lanham Act - Kelly Collins

The ADA Amendments Act of 2008: Why the Qualified Individual Analysis Is the New Battleground for Employment Discrimination Suits - Andrew E. Henry

Food Choice: Should the Government Be at the Head of the Table? - Emily Semands


Tethered to the Statute: How the Third Circuit’s Narrow Interpretation of 28 U.S.C. § 1920(4) Will Shape the Future of Cost-Shifting and E-Discovery for the Better - Jason L. Callaway

Vol. 66, No. 4 (Summer 2014)

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Symposium: Law Enforcement Access to Third Party Records

A Dedication to Andrew E. Taslitz: "It's All About the Egyptians," and Maybe Tinkerbell Too - Stephen E. Henderson

Our Records Panopticon and the American Bar Association Standards for Criminal Justice - Stephen E. Henderson

Cause to Believe What? The Importance of Defining a Search’s Object—Or, How the ABA Would Analyze the NSA Metadata Surveillance Program - Christopher Slobogin

Third Party Records Protection on the Model of Heightened Scrutiny - Marc Jonathan Blitz

Ubiquitous Privacy - Thomas P. Crocker

Big Data Distortions: Exploring the Limits of the ABA LEATPR Standards - Andrew Guthrie Ferguson

Light in the Darkness: How LEATPR Standards Guide Legislators in Regulating Law Enforcement Access to Cell Site Location Records - Susan Freiwald

The ABA Standards for Criminal Justice: Law Enforcement Access to Third Party Records: Critical Perspectives from a Technology-Centered Approach to Quantitative Privacy - David Gray

Appendix: ABA Standards for Criminal Justice (Black Letter): Law Enforcement Access to Third Party Records