Category Archives: UMLR Caveat

The Problem with Capital Punishment: A Critical Assessment of the Ultimate Punitive Sanction

VINCENT R. JONES,* 69 U. Miami L. Rev. Caveat 27 (2015). In response to Vincent R. Jones & Bruce Wilson,Innocence and Its Impact on the Reassessment of the Utility of Capital Punishment: Has Time Come to Abolish the Ultimate Sanction?, 67 U. Miami L. Rev. 469 (2013). One of the most controversial issues in criminal law is capital punishment. Often called the […]

Griswold, Geduldig, and Hobby Lobby: The Sex Gap Continues

MAYA MANIAN,* 69 U. Miami L. Rev. Caveat 17 (2015). In response to Mary Ziegler, The (Non)-Right to Sex, 69 U. Miami L. Rev. 631 (2015). I. Introduction In her article, The (Non)-Right to Sex, Professor Mary Ziegler excavates the fascinating legal history of the “sex gap”—the historical failure to address sexual liberty—in the constitutional canon and offers an important cautionary tale for contemporary advocacy […]

Bilateral Monopoly, Two-Sided Markets, and the E-Books Conspiracy

BY ROGER D. BLAIR & WENCHE WANG,* 69 U. Miami L. Rev. Caveat 7 (2015). In response to John B. Kirkwood, Collusion to Control a Powerful Customer: Amazon, E-Books, and Antitrust Policy, 69 U. Miami L. Rev. 1 (2014). I. Introduction Professor Kirkwood has gone well beyond providing an analytically coherent account of the “E-books Conspiracy.”[1] Amazon purchased e-books […]

The E-Books Conspiracy: Crossing the Line Between Applying and Creating Law

BY TOM CAMPBELL,* 69 U. Miami L. Rev. Caveat 1 (2015). In response to John B. Kirkwood, Collusion to Control a Powerful Customer: Amazon, E-Books, and Antitrust Policy, 69 U. Miami L. Rev. 1 (2014). The first part of Professor John Kirkwood’s article, Collusion to Control a Powerful Customer: Amazon, E-Books, and Antitrust Policy, could stand alone as an […]