A Bite at Apple: Why the Technology Giant is Being Scrutinized by Developers

*Kayla York I. Introduction     As of late, Apple has been publicly criticized by application (app) developers and regulators due to its App Store practices.[1]  The technology company, which has a two trillion-dollar market value, receives a fifteen to thirty percent commission on certain purchases made within an app sold on the App Store.[2]  Apple’s developerContinue reading “A Bite at Apple: Why the Technology Giant is Being Scrutinized by Developers”

The Ed O’Bannon Case: How It Has Affected the NCAA and the Future Prospects of Paying Student-Athletes

Samuel Draper* INTRODUCTION Ed O’Bannon led the UCLA Bruins basketball team to a 31-2 regular season record and a national championship in 1995. Matt Simenstad, The Ed O’Bannon Class Action Lawsuit–A New Paradigm For College Sports, 45 Colo. Law. 31, 31 (2016). He was also named the tournament’s Most Outstanding Player and received the JohnContinue reading “The Ed O’Bannon Case: How It Has Affected the NCAA and the Future Prospects of Paying Student-Athletes”