Articles by Tyler Roberts, Former Associate Editor
About Tyler Roberts, Former Associate Editor (12 Articles)
Tyler Roberts served as an Associate Editor for the Campbell Law Observer during the 2014-2015 school year. Additionally, he was a project coordinator for Campbell's Pro Bono Council and has represented the university in the Regional ABA Negotiation Competition. After graduating from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington, Tyler worked as a staff reporter for the Wrightsville Beach newspaper and wrote about county politics and environmental issues. During the summer of 2013, Tyler interned with the Wake County Public Defender. He graduated from Campbell Law School in May 2015.
Internet service providers are looking to expand next-generation broadband, but they could kill the Internet in the process. ...[Continue Reading]
If crowdfunding is to become a reality, the rules regulating it need to protect investors and while keeping the practice attractive to issuers. ...[Continue Reading]
Small investors and businesses are eagerly awaiting the enactment of Title III of the JOBS Act, but they might have to wait a little longer. ...[Continue Reading]
Nearly one year ago, Title II of the JOBS Act was enacted allowing companies to solicit investments from accredited investors, but some clarification is still needed. ...[Continue Reading]
Aereo used cloud computing to change the way we watch TV, but the Supreme Court has held that its transmissions violated copyright law. ...[Continue Reading]
Legislative prayer is both coercive and divisive. This is why the Supreme Court got it all wrong.
McCutcheon v. FEC protects the political speech of the wealthy, but will the voice of the general public be lost? ...[Continue Reading]
Students get a new perspective—practicing law is not about what you want to do for a living, but who you feel called to serve. ...[Continue Reading]
The scanner-patent troll MPHJ Technologies takes its claims to court and seeks sanctions against the government. ...[Continue Reading]
The Innovation Act introduces a number of measures that level the playing field between patent trolls and defendants. ...[Continue Reading]
North Carolina’s Family, Faith, and Freedom Protection Act has garnered global attention and spurred a contentious constitutional debate. ...[Continue Reading]
Pretrial release services suggest a data-driven alternative to the traditional money bond schedule. ...[Continue Reading]