Monthly Archives: October 2012

Ray Comments on Landau Article on Social Rights Enforcement in I.CONnect

C|M|LAW Professor Brian Ray posted an article on i.CONnectblog, a blog sponsored by the Journal of Constitutional Law and ConstitutionMaking.org.  This piece is the first installment of I•CONnect’s Article Review & Response Series.  In it, Professor Ray reviews David Landau’s article … Continue reading

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Lind Quoted in Detroit Free Press Regarding Cities Left to Deal with Homes When Homeowners Walk Away

On October 22, 2012, C|M|LAW Clinical Professor Emeritus Kermit Lind was quoted in the Detroit Free Press in an article by Eric D. Lawrence, Metro taxpayers foot bill as banks walk away from homes.  The article was about homeowners who … Continue reading

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Sundahl Coordinates 55th Annual Colloquium on the Law of Outer Space in Naples, Italy

C|M|LAW Associate Professor and Associate Dean Mark J. Sundahl served as the co-coordinator of the 55th Annual Colloquium on the Law of Outer Space earlier this month in Naples, Italy.  This Colloquium involves leading experts in the field of space … Continue reading

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Ray Hosts October eDiscovery Roundtable – Focus on Data Management and Future eDiscovery Training

C|M|Law hosted the October meeting of the Cleveland eDiscovery Roundtable on October 17, 2012.  The group was formed by C|M|LAW Professor Brian Ray and Tim Opsitnick, founder and CEO of the eDiscovery firm JurInnov, in response to interest generated by … Continue reading

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Lewis Earns Two Visiting Professorships – at the Hastings Center for Bioethics and Yale’s Interdisciplinary Center for Bioethics

C|M|LAW Professor Browne Lewis has been invited to be a visiting scholar for the first 2 weeks in July at the Hastings Center for Bioethics and for the last 2 weeks in July at Yale University’s Interdisciplinary Center for Bioethics. The … Continue reading

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Sagers Participates in Civic Commons Program on the Crisis in the Courts

There are more than 70 vacancies on the federal bench. It can take over eighteen months to fill a judicial vacancy.  Civil cases can take more than four years to resolve.  Although both major political parties agree that these facts present … Continue reading

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Have the Major Political Parties Monopolized Politics? Sagers Comments in Huffington Post Blog

Former Governor of New Mexico and Libertarian Party candidate for President, Gary Johnson, has filed an antitrust law suit in federal court in California arguing that the major political parties have monopolized politics.  He argues that the Democrats, the Republicans, and … Continue reading

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