November 9, 2012
by Leigh Argentieri
JURIST Guest Columnist Louise Lau, University of Texas School of Law Class of 2013, analyzes the effects that Lululemon's design patent lawsuit against Calvin Klein might have on the fashion industry...In an industry that has traditionally accepted inspiration and appropriation as the status quo, ...[read more]
March 26, 2012
by Leigh Argentieri
JURIST Guest Columnist Jiamin Chen, Chicago-Kent College of Law Class of 2012, is a LL.M. student specializing in intellectual property and international trade law. She calls for the people of China to transform their perception of intellectual property in order to allow for better protection of ...[read more]
January 17, 2012
by Dwyer Arce
JURIST Columnist Edsel Tupaz of Tupaz & Associates says that because there are no effective international legal remedies to Japanese security concerns regarding North Korea, the Japanese must again pursue diplomatic avenues that may prove more successful after the death of Kim Jong-il...In ...[read more]
December 3, 2011
by Elizabeth Imbarlina
JURIST Guest Columnist Danielle Gorman, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law Class of 2013, is a Staff Editor for the Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal. She writes on the need for a revised opinion in the Yves Saint Laurent v. Louboutin case that would allow for the future protection of ...[read more]
November 18, 2011
by Elizabeth Imbarlina
JURIST Guest Columnist Mark Guffanti, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law Class of 2013, is a Staff Editor for the Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Journal. He writes on the possible outcome of Yves Saint Laurent v. Louboutin, which is on appeal in the Second Circuit, and its potential impact on the ...[read more]
March 15, 2011
by Clay Flaherty
On March 15, 2007, the German Federal Court of Justice ruled that Nazi symbols may be used to protest extremism, so long as the anti-Nazi meaning of such protest was immediately apparent. The ruling overturned an earlier decision from the state court at Stuttgart, which had asserted that allowing ...[read more]
December 11, 2008
by JURIST Staff
JURIST Guest Columnist Malcolm D. Evans of the University of Bristol School of Law (UK) says European Court of Human Rights rulings responding to growing calls to prohibit the wearing of clothing which is of religious significance in public places have laid down a number of key principles that ...[read more]
October 2, 2006
by Joe Shaulis
Germany should consider amending its penal code to allow the use of swastikas in anti-Nazi materials, Justice Minister Brigitte Zypries said Monday. Zypries' remarks follow Friday's decision by a state court in Stuttgart ordering Juergen Kamm to pay a fine of 3,600 euros (US $4,600) for sell... ...[read more]
April 12, 2006
by JURIST Staff
JURIST Guest Columnist Douglas Branson of the University of Pittsburgh School of Law says that defense lawyers in recent corporate fraud cases are not seeking to introduce reasonable doubts that might lead a jury to acquit their clients, but in the absence of much direct evidence are rather ...[read more]
December 5, 2005
by D. Wes Rist
A UK parliamentary group comprised of members from all three major British political parties meets for the first time Monday to call for a formal inquiry into whether the British government has violated international law by aiding alleged CIA rendition flights. A report from the NYU Law Center ...[read more]

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