Volume 50, Issue 4 Fall 2016

ARTICLES

Scott Shakelford
Human Rights and Cybersecurity Due Diligence: A Comparative Study (pdf)

Ari Schwartz, Sejal C. Shah, Matthew H. MacKenzie, Sheena Thomas, Tara Sugiyama Potashnik, and Bri Law
Automating Threat Sharing: How Companies Can Best Ensure Liability Protection When Sharing Cyber Threat Information With Other Companies or Organizations (pdf)

Alan Butler
Products Liability and the Internet of (Insecure) Things: Should Manufacturers Be Liable for Damage Caused by Hacked Devices? (pdf)

NOTES

Ciara Turner
It Takes a Village: Designating “Tiny House” Villages as Transitional Housing Campgrounds (pdf)

Christine M. Quinn
Reforming State Laws on How Businesses Can Ban Guns: “No Guns” Signs, Property Rights, and the First Amendment (pdf)

 

 

Announcing JLR’s 2018 Symposium: “Changing Winds: Environmental Regulation in the Trump Administration”

The Michigan Journal of Law Reform is pleased to announce that its 2018 Symposium, “Changing Winds: Environmental Regulation in the Trump Administration,” will take place on February 10, 2018 in Michigan Law School’s South Hall, 625 South State St., Ann Arbor, MI.

The Symposium will run from approximately 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. and will feature the following panels and panelists:

Environmental Federalism: Erin Ryan, Erum Sattar, Justin Fisch.

Environmental Regulation and Real Business Cycles: Matthew Miller, Ed Hirs, Andrew Weissman.

Climate Change in the Trump Age: Elizabeth Geltman, Gabriel Tabak.

The 2018 Symposium’s Key Note Address will be delivered by Robert Billot of Taft Stettinius & Hollister.

A detailed schedule of the 2018 Symposium may be found here.

For more information on the Symposium, please contact Brendan Harvey, Managing Symposium Editor, at harveybr@umich.edu.

Volume 50, Issue 2 Fall 2016

ARTICLES

T. Leigh Anenson
Public Pensions and Fiduciary Law: A View From Equity (pdf)

Sheri Lynn Johnson
A Legal Obituary for Ramiro (pdf)

Simon Hedlin
Can Prostitution Law Reform Curb Sex Trafficking? Theory and Evidence on Scale Substitution, and Replacement Effects (pdf)

Derrick Darby and Richard E. Levy
Postracial Remedies (pdf)

NOTES

John Mylan Traylor
Shedding Light on the “Going Dark” Problem and the Encryption Debate (pdf)

Announcing JLR’s 2017 Symposium: “Stemming the Breach: Cybersecurity Reform for the 21st Century”

The Michigan Journal of Law Reform is pleased to announce that its 2017 Symposium, “Stemming the Breach: Cybersecurity Reform for the 21st Century,” will take place on February 11, 2017 in Michigan Law School’s South Hall, 625 South State St. Ann Arbor, MI.

The 2017 Symposium will run from approximately 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. and will feature the following panels and panelists:

Civil Liberties: featuring Marcy Wheeler, G.S. Hans, and Harley Geiger

Corporations: featuring Scott Shackelford, Ari Schwartz, and Alan Butler

National Security: featuring Harvey Rishikof, Cindy Cohn, and Ahmed Ghappour

The 2017 Symposium’s Key Note Address will be delivered by Former Congressman Mike Rogers

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A detailed schedule of the 2017 Symposium may be found here.

For more information on the Symposium, please contact Peri Tenenbaum, Managing Symposium Editor, at perilten@umich.edu.

Volume 50, Issue 1 Fall 2016

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ARTICLES

Nathanial Grow
Resolving the Divided Patent Infringement Dilemma (pdf)

Jianlin Chen
Optimal Property Rights for Emerging Natural Resources: A Case Study on Owning Atmospheric Moisture (pdf)

Anita Ortiz Maddali
Left Behind: The Dying Principle of Family Reunification Under Immigration Law (pdf)

NOTES

Shannon Seiferth
No More Quid Pro Quo: Abandoning the Personal Benefit Requirement in Insider Trading Law (pdf)

Jackson Pahlke
It is Time for Washington State to Take a Stand Against Holmes’s Bad Man: The Value of Punitive Damages in Deterring Big Business and International Tortfeasors (pdf)

Volume 49, Issue 4 Winter 2016

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ARTICLES

Deborah W. Denno
The Firing Squad as “A Known and Available Alternative Method of Execution” Post-Glossip (pdf)

Michael L. Radelet
The Incremental Retributive Impact of a Death Sentence Over Life Without Parole (pdf)

Andrew Novak
Transparency and Comparative Executive Clemency: Global Lessons for Pardon Reform in the United States (pdf)

David T. Johnson
Retention and Reform in Japanese Capital Punishment (pdf)

NOTES

Stephanie Balitzer
What Common Law and Common Sense Teach Us About Corporate Cybersecurity (pdf)

Hazel Blum
Reforming (But Not Eliminating) the Parental Discipline Defense (pdf)

Volume 49, Issue 3 Winter 2016

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ARTICLES

John Campbell
Where Kafka Reigns: A Call for Metamorphosis in Unlawful Detainer Law (pdf)

Shawn Bayern
Three Problems (And Two Solution) in the Law of Partnership Formation (pdf)

Jesi J. Carlson, Patrick J. Glen, and Kohsei Ugumori
Finality and Judicial Review under the Immigration and Nationality Act: A Jurisprudential Review and Proposal for Reform (pdf)

Brent Pattison
When Children Object: Amplifying an Older Child’s Objection to Termination of Parental Rights (pdf)

NOTES

Patrick Myers
Protecting Personal Information: Achieving a Balance Between User Privacy and Behavioral Targeting (pdf)