Volume 57, Issue 3

Intent and Trademark Infringement

This Article describes how and why the use of intent in trademark infringement cases has become unintelligible. It does so by first identifying the supposed relevance of intent to trademark…
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Standing in the Wake of Statutes

In Lujan v. Defenders of Wildlife, the Supreme Court held that when Congress creates a legal interest to see that the law is followed, the deprivation of that interest, without…
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The Liberal Case for Hobby Lobby

The Supreme Court decision in Burwell v. Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc. has stirred strong objections from political liberals. Those objections are misguided, and the Court’s opinion reflects core liberal values…
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