In this blog post, 2L Andrew Gillespie writes about the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline and the suit brought against the State Department by the two Native American Tribes whose land the pipeline would pass through.
In this blog post, 3L Sabrina Castille writes about the Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians and their sovereign immunity following their legal battle with the State of Washington over a crib wall gone wrong.
In this blog post, 3L Ian Young writes on the challenges landowners face when it comes to regulated forced pooling. Young details how states, such as Colorado, are facing backlash after passing pooling statutes that could be considered unconstitutional.
In this blog post, 3L Lucero Tennis writes about consumer lawsuit Veath Fish Farm, LLC v. Purina Animal Nutrition decided in the Southern Disctrict of Illinois pertaining to its privity exception for packaged animal food.
What happens when the Constitution and commerce collide in America’s Dairyland? In this blog post, 2L Jacob Robbins explores the impact of butter grading requirements on America’s largest producer of dairy products - Wisconsin - and the pinnacle case heard in the 7th Circuit on the matter.
Sports betting could be making its way to the Commonwealth. In this blog, 2L John Paul Hicks writes about the impact recent Supreme Court case — Murphy v. NCAA — will have on the Commonwealth since it overturned the congressional restriction on gambling based on federalism.