Kentucky Law Journal proudly presents the Volume 106 Editorial Board: View the Volume 106 Masthead Editor-in-Chief: Jordan T. Shewmaker Managing Editor: Page Minton Smith …
Note | KLJ Senior Staff Editor Houston Bragg explores the intricacies of the class action heightened ascertainability circuit split and attempts to illuminate the shortcomings of heightened ascertainability and to discourage adoption of heightened ascertainability in the Sixth Circuit.
Note | KLJ Note Editor Devon Cobb proposes a mandatory SEC timeline for disclosure of cyber breaches to protect investors, maintain market integrity, and ensure the free dissemination of material information.
Note | KLJ Articles Editor Kierston Eastham Rosen proposes a means to clarify jury instructions for the various federal bribery statutes through consolidation.
Note | KLJ Online Committee Editor Chris Stewart examines the upward spiral of campaign spending and discusses solutions to maintain the democratic integrity of our elections.
In today’s edition of the KLJ Blog, Staff Editor Timothy Lovett examines the social media blocking habits of Governor Matt Bevin, and questions whether public officials have a right to block users from their social media accounts in light of the recent holding in Davison v. Loudon County Board of Supervisors.
In this edition of the KLJ Blog, Staff Editor Abbie Carrico reflects on the holding issued by the Kentucky Supreme Court in Osborne v. Keeney, and urges courts to be cautious not to award plaintiffs pre-accident fright damages where sufficient objective evidence is not provided.
In today’s edition of the KLJ Blog, Staff Editor Madeline Moss discusses the Supreme Court’s holding in Rodriguez v. United States, and calls for a bright line rule establishing that law enforcement officials must inform citizens when the mission of a traffic stop has been completed.
In today’s edition of the KLJ Blog, Staff Editor Bethany Davenport examines the tax implications of conservation easements, and calls for a firm interpretation of the phrase “in perpetuity” either in the form of a regulation or ruling by the Supreme Court.
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