Category Archives: Insights

Spoiler Alert: Unavailable Titles on Streaming Services Leave Consumers Wanting Redress 

OLIVIA ZUKOWSKI—Consumers using streaming platforms like Amazon Prime Video and Vudu are receiving an unwanted spoiler alert about certain movies and shows they have purchased. To consumers’ surprise, although purchasing digital media may be easy, these titles may not be available in their video libraries indefinitely.   With a simple click, individuals can acquire a whole […]

True “Reality TV”: Will the Trials of Former President Trump Prompt the Federal Judiciary to Reconsider Camera Rules?

DILLON RICHARDS—It would be the biggest courtroom spectacle since O.J.: a former president on trial for conspiring to “overturn the legitimate results of the 2020 presidential election . . . .” With cameras in the courtroom, cable news would cover every word uttered by the lawyers, judge, witnesses, and defendant. Social media personalities would endlessly […]

Swift Action: The Push for Deepfake Reform

ANDREA FISCU—As generative artificial intelligence (AI) continues to advance, so do the capabilities of perpetrators to create ever-more realistic pornographic deepfakes. Legal experts have long reflected on the damage these violent images and videos can inflict and contemplated how the law may respond. Taylor Swift is one of the most recent victims and with her […]

Turbulent Takeoff: The JetBlue-Spirit Merger’s Bumpy Ride through Antitrust Skies

LAUREN SCHNEIDER—Buckle up, frequent flyers, as turmoil is brewing on the tarmac. If you have kept tabs on the stock market recently, you might have noticed that Spirit Airlines took a nosedive in mid-January, with its shares falling by nearly fifty percent. This swift market downturn came hot on the heels of a U.S. District […]

Trump Kicked Off the Ballot: Navigating an Opaque Corridor to the 2024 Presidential Election

ANDREW MASCIA—Amid looming state caucuses and primaries, states have vehemently sought to remove the 45th President of the United States Donald J. Trump from the 2024 presidential ballot. These efforts are premised on Section 3 of the Fourteenth Amendment, a rarely used constitutional provision ratified after the Civil War. Notably, there is little to no […]