Vanderbilt Law Review

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Articles from Vol. 65, No. 3, April

After GINA, NINA? Neuroscience-Based Discrimination in the Workplace
INTRODUCTION .......................................................................................... 934I. GENETIC INFORMATION NONDISCRIMINATION ACT OF 2008: LEGISLATIVE HISTORY, FINDINGS, AND MOTIVATIONS ...................................................................................
Costly Intellectual Property
Though they derive from the same constitutional source of law, patents and copyrights vest very differently. Patents arise only after an applicant successfully navigates a cumbersome and expensive examination, while copyrights arise costlessly upon mere...
Extralegal Punishment Factors: A Study of Forgiveness, Hardship, Good Deeds, Apology, Remorse, and Other Such Discretionary Factors in Assessing Criminal Punishment
The criminal law's formal criteria for assessing punishment are typically contained in criminal codes, the rules of which fix an offender's liability and the grade of the offense. A look at how the punishment decisionmaking process actually works, however,...
Hazy Shades of Winter: Resolving the Circuit Split over Preliminary Injunctions
I. INTRODUCTION ................................................................ 1012II. A BRIEF HISTORY OF PRELIMINARY INJUNCTIONS ............ 1017A. From England to America .................................... 1018B. Equitable Principles ................................................
Loss Aversion and the Law
Why is tort law much more developed than unjust enrichment law? Is there a reason for the very different legal treatment of governmental takings and governmental givings? Why are contract remedies structured around the four "interests" and why is the...
Siblings in Law
Legal regulation of the family focuses on two canonical relationships: marriage and parenthood. Courts, legislatures, and scholars routinely take family law's concentration on just two family ties to be so commonsensical as to require no explicit discussion...
Standing on the Edge: Standing Doctrine and the Injury Requirement at the Borders of Establishment Clause Jurisprudence
I. INTRODUCTION .................................................................. 980II. THE ESTABLISHMENT CLAUSE AND MODERN STANDING LAW .................................................................. 983A. History and Overview of the Establishment...
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