Should ridesharing companies like Uber and Lyft be subject to the same standards as taxicab companies? How can regulators and legislators put in place rules that promote public safety without undermining the competitive advantage enjoyed by ridesharing? Regulating ridesharing not only better protects the public, but also shores up the ridesharing business model. However we need regulation that is fair, practical, and tailored to fit the needs of ridesharing companies, its customers, and the general public.
Note | KLJ Managing Articles Editor Dylan Merrill discusses the regulation gap in the ride-sharing industry and how legislators should close the gap to ensure public safety while supporting an innovative new industry.
Note | KLJ Online Committee Editor Chelsea Hayes discusses the shortcomings of Kentucky law in protecting patients from violations of privacy, and what the state should do about it
Article | Professor Brian Frye explores a possible shift in rational basis review that examines legislative intent and what it could mean for the future of copyright terms.
Note | KLJ Production Editor Matt Hlinka examines the potential impact of new proposed regulations of coal power plant emissions on Kentucky.
Staff editor Alexander Magera investigates the potential legal liability for encouraging suicide in Kentucky.
Staff Editor John Charles Leabo explores a recent trademark infringement lawsuit filed by a well-known sports drink manufacturer against a parody product.
Staff Editor Felisa Moore investigates a family’s possible defamation claim when the girlfriend of their deceased relative posted a picture that went viral on social media.
Amidst a legal dispute with her producer, pop singer Kesha asks the court’s permission to record new music.
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