Monthly Archives: June 2012

Kowalski Speaks on Recent U.S. Supreme Court Labor and Employment Decisions, and Argues in the Ohio Supreme Court

C|M|LAW Clinical Professor Ken Kowalski presented Recent Supreme Court Decisions, Appellate Decisions and Related Topics in Labor and Employment Law at the NLRB Region 8 Labor Law seminar held in Cleveland on May 17th. In addition, Professor Kowalski argued before the Ohio … Continue reading

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Sterio Publishes in the Amsterdam Law Forum Regarding Pirate Prosecutions in the National Courts of Kenya, The Seychelles, and Mauritius

C|M|LAW Professor Milena Sterio has published Piracy Off the Coast of Somalia: The Argument for Pirate Prosecutions in the National Courts of Kenya, The Seychelles, and Mauritius, in Volume 4, Number 2, of the Amsterdam Law Forum.  In this article, she argues … Continue reading

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Sterio Wins Fulbright Award to Teach and Conduct Research in Azerbaijan

C|M|LAW Professor Milena Sterio has accepted a grant from the William J. Fulbright Commission to teach and conduct research at Baku State University in Baku, Azerbaijan in the Spring semester of the 2012-2013 academic year.  She will teach two classes … Continue reading

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Sagers Discusses a Gridlocked Congress as it Attempts to Move the Federal Trade Commission Out of its Long Time Home

C|M|LAW’s James A. Thomas Distinguished Professor of Law Chris Sagers has published a Guest Opinion piece in FTC Watch.  In his article, The Ongoing FTC Building Fiasco, Sagers cites a Congressional Committee’s efforts to remove the FTC headquarters from its … Continue reading

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