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May 2022

Posted on in Volume IV

Transforming the Shipping Industry: An Infrastructure Overhaul to Support Alternative Fuel Is Long Overdue

By Sophia Sahagun Introduction Increasing investor and consumer climate-consciousness, with impending UN deadlines for carbon emissions reduction converge to send a clear message: it is time for a dramatic overhaul of the international shipping industry to make it more efficient and more environmentally sustainable. Historically, progress has stalled due to concerns about expense and confusion… Keep Reading

Posted on in Government/Volume IV

A Short Examination of Antitrust in the Video Game Industry

By Philip Chang Introduction             In recent years, antitrust prosecutors have shifted their focus to the technology industry. Antitrust litigation and attempts to regulate monopolistic corporate practices have existed since the late 1800s. The Sherman Act, the first antitrust law passed in 1890, was considered a “comprehensive charter of economic liberty aimed at preserving free… Keep Reading

Posted on in Public Policy/Real Estate/Volume IV

Upzoning and How CA SB 9 May Fall Short of Changing the California Build Environment in 2022

By Shantal Malmed It is no secret that California is one of the most expensive states to live in. The state boasts excellent weather, an expanding tech scene[1], and a melting pot of diverse cultures and ethnicities.[2] According to the Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC), from 2010 to 2020, “the state added 3.2 times… Keep Reading

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