Author Archives: Ford, Brittany R

Privacy as Trust: Sharing Personal Information in the Twenty-First Century

BY ARI EZRA WALDMAN, 69 U. Miami L. Rev. 559 (2015). Introduction: Most individuals think of the private world as a place distinct or separate from other people. Private spheres presume the existence of public spheres, but only as things from which to detach. I disagree. What follows is a reorientation of the way we think about […]

The (Non)-Right to Sex

BY MARY ZIEGLER, 69 U. Miami L. Rev. 631 (2015). Introduction: With the growing influence of the marriage equality movement, scholars have criticized the “domesticated liberty” pursued by activists and ratified by the Court. The privileging of marriage and marital-like relationships has prompted intense debate within the gay rights community. Some see access to marriage as a […]

What’s the Harm in Issuer-Licensed Insider Trading?

BY JOHN P. ANDERSON, 69 U. Miami L. Rev. 795 (2015). Introduction: I have argued elsewhere that insider trading is morally harmless where the issuer approves the trade in advance and has disclosed that it permits such trading pursuant to published guidelines. I have also suggested that reforming the law to permit such issuer-licensed insider trading “would […]

Young v. United Parcel Service, Inc.: A Clear Win for Pregnant Workers?

BY ISEL PEREZ — In 1978, Congress amended Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 by adding the Pregnancy Discrimination Act (“PDA”), which prohibits sex discrimination on the basis of pregnancy. 42 U. S. C. § 2000e(k). The second clause of the PDA provides that employers must treat “women affected by pregnancy, childbirth, or […]

Expensive Litigation Leads to the Closure of Art Authentication Services, Leaves Much of the Art World in Limbo

BY BAYLEE SHIENBAUM — On March 6, 2015, the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York dismissed the most recent case in a stream of high profile disputes over authentication of contemporary art. In Bilinski v. Keith Haring Found., Inc., Elizabeth Bilinski and nineteen other art collectors sued the Keith Haring Foundation […]