Brigham Young University
Provo, UT 84602
Brigham Young University - J. Reuben Clark Law School
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trademark, intellectual property, consumer behavior, consumer psychology
Stare decisis, precedent, error correction, Marshall Court, Taney Court, Rehnquist Court, declaratory theory, binding precedent, overruling decisions, rules of property, reliance interests, constitutional/statutory dichotomy
The False Claims Act, qui tam, relators, bounty, constitutionality, Article II Appointments Clause, separation of powers, Article III standing, injury in fact, causation, redressability, original intent, assignment theory, whistleblower, fraudulent claims, fraud
Law & economics, allocating burdens of pleading and proof, cost minimization, burden of proof, affirmative defenses, business necessity, Title VII disparate impact claims,
Preliminary injunctive relief, motion for preliminary injunction, circuit split, heightened standard of proof, uniform standard, status quo, irreparable harm, economic model
Trademark infringement, dilution definition, probability, consumer confusion, evidentiary proof, circumstantial and direct evidence, Moseley v. V Secret Catalogue (2003), Federal Trademark Dilution Act of 1996
Census Clause, actual enumeration, congressional apportionment, original understanding, Census Act, conjectural estimate, statistical sampling, demographics, imputation
Precedent, stare decisis, judicial power, unpublished opinions, Anastasoff v. United States (2000), original understanding, Article III, declaratory theory, hierarchy of judicial authority, summary dispositions, equally divided courts, custom of the realm
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