Intersection of Trademark and Franchise Law

In this Article, Daniel Shulman and Joshua Grant discuss how trademark law and franchise law intersect—and how that intersection can lead to potential pitfalls for trademark licensors. While ordinary trademark-license law is neutral as between licensors and licensees, franchise law is intentionally pro-franchisee. In particular, the authors discuss how what is intended to be a …
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How Undocumented Immigrants Became Physicians: History and Future Prospects

Cesar E. Montelongo Hernandez, Mark G. Kuczewski, and Greg Siskind review key legislative developments, case law, and institutional policy from the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program that was created in 2012 to show their contribution to enabling the development of undocumented physicians. The authors argue …
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How Subsidizing Delayed Parenthood Will Let Children Lead the Way to a Fairer World

This Article proposes a new guaranteed minimum income (GMI) focused on women’s education, child welfare, and delayed childbearing, thereby creating environmentally and economically sustainable benefits which in turn allays concerns about the prohibitive costs of conventional GMI programs. The Article frames its GMI proposal from the perspective of the future child and explores what entitlements …
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