The University of Chicago Law School is hosting the ‘2023 Law Review Symposium: Children and the Law,’ on the Restatement of the Law, Children and the Law project.
This symposium essay explores recent developments in central bank immunity focusing on sovereign wealth fund litigation in Sweden, U.S. sanctions on Afghan central bank assets, and the global response to sanctions imposed on Russian central banks following the invasion of Ukraine.
This article argues that the accepted practice of requiring the consent of the landlord before replacing the lateral service line is at least questionable law and asserts that property rights are properly subject to limits that affect a landlord’s autonomy around the question of whether a lead service line should be replaced on her property.
Why Can’t We Be FRANDs?: Anti-Suit Injunctions, International Comity, and International Commercial Arbitration in Standard-Essential Patent Litigation
This Note recommends federal courts grant anti-suit injunctions in SEP litigation only under a restrictive test, rather than maintaining the current variation by circuit, and further suggests that Congress should codify this test. In the event of an injunction spiral that might preclude litigation altogether, SSOs should require the parties arbitrate the dispute before experts at the World Intellectual Property Organization. Together, litigation and arbitration can help preserve the interconnected and technologically compatible system currently in place around the world.
Recently, in Clarke v. Fine Housing, Inc., 2023 WL 29046 (S.C. Jan. 4, 2023), the Supreme Court of South Carolina adopted the approach set forth in Restatement of the Law Third, Property (Servitudes) § 3.4 in determining whether a right of first refusal was an unreasonable restraint on alienation.
On March 24, the Southwestern Law Review and Southwestern’s Panish Civil Justice Program are co-sponsoring a symposium with The American Law Institute titled Concluding the Restatement (Third) of Torts.
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