Category Archives: Law Review members

Financial Institutions Must Comply with FTC’s Revised “Safeguards Rule” by December 2022

MICHAEL NEWELL—The Federal Trade Commission (“FTC” or “Commission”), created by congressional statute, is empowered to prescribe rules that define with specificity acts or practices in or affecting commerce that are unfair or deceptive and establish requirements designed to prevent such acts or practices. In October 2021, the FTC issued a final rule to amend the […]

Miami’s New Restrictions on Food Sharing and How They Might Be Unconstitutional

“We ate well and cheaply and drank well and cheaply and slept well and warm together and loved each other.” ― Ernest Hemingway, A Moveable Feast VICTORIA KLINE―Chapter 25 section 25 of the City of Miami Code of Ordinances, passed in June of 2020, is called Regulations for large group feedings. It sounds like it […]

Will the Supreme Court Expand Gun Rights?

JESSICA NUNEZ MUNOZ—In 2008, the Supreme Court in District of Columbia v. Heller held that individuals otherwise qualified to carry handguns have a Second Amendment right to possess guns in their home. In Heller, a District of Columbia law denied a police officer the ability to possess a handgun in his home for self-defense purposes. […]

Examining the Washington Football Team Sexual Harassment Investigation Scandal

EVAN GILBERT—Dan Snyder has long been called one of the worst owners in sports, for a myriad of reasons, during his tenure at the helm of the NFL’s Washington Football Team (WFT). On July 16, 2020, Snyder became even more scorned, when the Washington Post reported workplace harassment in the organization. The Post detailed allegations […]

A Pretty Mess: It Can Be Expensive to Be a Real Housewife

BRIDGET STEIN—Real Housewife Erika Girardi titled her New York Times Bestseller, A Pretty Mess, but little did she know her life would become one two years later. The Real Housewives franchise is known mostly as a guilty pleasure reality television show. However, quite a lot can be learned from the current legal battle for the […]