CategoryForthcoming

Articles scheduled to appear in the forthcoming issues of the UCLA Law Review:

Derivable Works

From sequels and spin-offs to physical merchandise, copyright and trademark law together give a creative work’s owner exclusive control over a range of derivative products. This Article argues that, under the right conditions, that control can tilt...

Big Data Prosecution and Brady

As helpful as new forms of centralized data collection might be for investigators, there remains a critical open issue: the systems were not designed to identify the exculpatory and impeaching material prosecutors are required to disclose under...

Abortion Regulation as Compelled Speech

This Article outlines a novel First Amendment compelled speech claim against a growing body of abortion restrictions, including fetal demise and burial laws, premised on a state interest in “expressing respect for potential life.” It weaves...

The Venue Shuffle: Forum Selection Clauses & ERISA

Forum selection clauses are ubiquitous. Although the federal courts traditionally were hostile to agreements limiting a plaintiff’s venue options, recently the tide has turned. The lower courts now routinely enforce such clauses. This article...

Second Thoughts on "One Last Chance"?

This essay explores Janus’s implications in light of the Supreme Court’s apparent adherence to “the doctrine of one last chance,” which requires the Court to give notice of its willingness to issue disruptive decisions before doing so.