Volume 133 Issue 6
Tax Limits and the Future of Local Democracy
On Trust, Law, and Expecting the Worst
Can Rights Combat Economic Inequality?
Developments in the Law
The Intellectual History of Unjust Enrichment
The Future of Restitution and Equity in the Distribution of Funds Recovered from Ponzi Schemes and Other Multi-Victim Frauds
Restitution at Home: Unjust Compensation for Unmarried Cohabitants’ Domestic Labor
Aloha ‘Āina: Native Hawaiian Land Restitution
First Amendment Coalition of Arizona, Inc. v. Ryan
Ninth Circuit Holds that the Public Has the Right to Hear the Sounds of Executions.
Hernandez v. United States
Second Circuit Rules State Constitutional Torts Not Cognizable Under the Federal Tort Claims Act.
Semple v. Griswold
Tenth Circuit Holds that Stricter Ballot Initiative Signature Requirements Do Not Violate the Equal Protection Clause.
Zuckerman v. Metropolitan Museum of Art
Second Circuit Holds that the Holocaust Expropriated Art Recovery Act of 2016 Does Not Preclude Application of Laches Defenses to Nazi-Looted Art Recovery Claims.
EMW Women’s Surgical Center, P.S.C. v. Beshear
Sixth Circuit Upholds Kentucky Law Requiring Doctors Performing Abortions to First Conduct an Ultrasound and Describe the Image.
White v. Square, Inc.
California Supreme Court Holds that a Transaction Is Not Required to Sue Online Service Providers for Discrimination.