Monthly Archives: March 2013

Sundahl Discusses International Traffic in Arms Regulations before Cleveland Foreign Credit Group

On March 14, 2013, C|M|LAW Professor and Associate Dean Mark Sundahl delivered a talk on the Obama Administration’s initiative to reform the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) at the Cleveland Foreign Credit Group’s monthly meeting.  Sundahl spoke about the … Continue reading

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Hoke Quoted in Courier-Journal Regarding Potential Vulnerabilities in Electronic Voting

C|M|LAW Professor Candice Hoke was quoted in a Courier-Journal article, Kentucky Democrats say online voting will be more secure than Florida’s vulnerable system, by Joseph Gerth.  In reaction to Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes’ assertion that the exposed vulnerability of Florida’s electronic … Continue reading

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Plecnik Speaks on Officers Under the Appointments Clause at the Pitt Tax Workshop

C|M|LAW Professor John Plecnik presented a work-in-progress, with a working title of Officers Under the Appointments Clause, to the University of Pittsburgh School of Law’s 2013 Tax Workshop on March 20.  He participated on the panel titled, Tax Legislation and … Continue reading

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Weinstein’s Article on RLUIPA and Local Government to be Included in the 2013 Zoning and Planning Handbook

C|M|LAW and Levin College of Urban Affairs Professor Alan Weinstein’s article, The Effect of RLUIPA’s Land Use Provisions on Local Governments, 39 FORDHAM URB. L.J 1221 (2012), has been selected to be included in the 2013 edition of Zoning and … Continue reading

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Hoke Quoted Widely on the Election-Related Cyber Attack in Florida

C|M|LAW Professor Candice Hoke was quoted in a news story that has been syndicated widely across the country regarding last fall’s election-related cyber attack in Florida.  The case involved an attempt, last fall, to 2,500 absentee ballots through phantom requests … Continue reading

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Sundahl Interviewed on The Space Show Regarding Current Issues in Space Law

On March 1, 2013, C|M|LAW Professor and Associate Dean Mark Sundahl was the guest on The Space Show, a Internet radio program hosted by Dr. David Livingston and dedicated to recent developments in space commerce.  During the 90-minute interview, Prof. … Continue reading

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Hoke Quoted in Plain Dealer Regarding the Dangers of Electronic Poll Books

C|M|LAW Professor Candice Hoke was quoted in an article in today’s Plain Dealer (Sunday, March 17, 2012) Electronic poll books seem conceptually simple but may be vulnerable to hacking and cyber attacks, experts say, by Karen Farkus.  In response to Cuyahoga County … Continue reading

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