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Unmanned Coverage: Legal and administrative issues raised by unmanned aircraft integration into civil airspace
By Michigan State Law Review Notes Editor Jason Lee On February 14, 2012, Congress passed the FAA Modernization and Reform Act, which mandates that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) safely integrate Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) into the National Airspace System by September 30, 2015. To help the FAA develop appropriate regulation, they will create six Continue Reading →
Though the “original” Lemon Test was coined in the landmark freedom of religion case, Lemon v. Kurtzman, 403 U.S. 602 (1971), another possible First Amendment issue has turned customers of the popular designer yoga store, Lululemon, sour. A storefront display in Dallas angered users of the “Partners Card,” a program that provides discounts at local businesses through Continue Reading →
by Katie Wendt, Senior Notes Editor, Michigan State Law Review Recently, The New York Times published an article asking the age-old question of why law reviews are edited by law students. According to the Times, the “student editors are mostly bright and work hard, but they are young, part-time amateurs who know little about the Continue Reading →
Jacquelynn Kittel is a second year law student at Michigan State University College of Law and a staff member on the Michigan State Law Review. A few weeks ago, a federal court in New York held that an unpaid intern did not have the right to file a sexual harassment lawsuit because she did not Continue Reading →