Monthly Archives: July 2013

Sundahl Writes on the Space Assets Protocol in the ABA’s Air and Space Lawyer

C|M|LAW Associate Dean Mark Sundahl has published an article in latest issue of The Air & Space Lawyer, the newsletter of the American Bar Association’s Forum on Air and Space Law.  In the article, entitled The Space Assets Protocol One … Continue reading

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Robertson Posts on Ohio DNR’s Revised Rules for Drillers in Crain’s Shale Report

C|M|LAW Associate Dean and Professor Heidi Gorovitz Robertson recently posted ODNR Revises the Rules on Unitization in Crain’s Cleveland Business’ Shale Report.   The Ohio Department of Natural Resources recently revised its rules for oil and gas companies seeking to … Continue reading

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Plecnik’s Illustration to Accompany Dukeminier & Sitkoff’s Will, Trusts and Estates Casebook

C|M|LAW Professor John Plecnik has just given permission to Professor Robert Sitkoff (Harvard) to include a classroom example he created in his first year of teaching to illustrate the modes of intestate distribution.  Plecnik’s illustration will appear in the teacher’s … Continue reading

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Sagers Quoted Again on Apple Case Following the Trial Court’s Verdict

Chris Sagers, C|M|LAWs James A. Thomas Distinguished Professor of Law, was widely quoted in press coverage of the historic verdict in the Justice Department’s antitrust suit against computer maker Apple.  The government showed, to the trial court’s satisfaction, that Apple … Continue reading

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On IdeaStream, Witmer-Rich Predicts Madison Grand Jury Will Act Quickly

C|M|LAW’s Professor Jonathan Witmer-Rich comments in an IdeaStream interview on the Madison indictment for triple murder.  See: http://www.ideastream.org/news/feature/55130?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=facebook

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Mika and Tyler Argue that the “Dunning-Kruger effect” Colors Law Students’ Evaluations of their Teachers

C|M|LAW Legal Writing Professor Karin Mika and C|M|LAW Legal Writing Professor Emerita Barbara Tyler attended the Association of Legal Writing Directors conference June 26-28 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  Mika and Tyler participated on a panel called “Love me Now or Thank me … Continue reading

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Sundahl New Chair of CMBA International Law Section

On July 1st, C|M|LAW Associate Dean Mark Sundahl began a two-year term as the Chair of the International Law Section of the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association.  The International Law Section provides a forum for international law practitioners as well as … Continue reading

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Becker Speaks on Marriage Equality Before and After Windsor and Perry

C|M|LAW Professor Susan J. Becker gave a presentation titled “Marriage Equality in the U.S. Before and After Windsor and Perry” at the Cleveland ACLU on July 11 and at the Columbus Urban League on July 16.  She will give a … Continue reading

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Brian Ray, C|M|Law Fulbright Scholar in South Africa, is Named the Joseph C. Hostetler-Baker & Hostetler Professor of Law

Congratulations to Brian Ray, currently serving as a Fulbright Scholar in South Africa, who was recently named by C|M|LAW Dean Craig M. Boise to serve as the Joseph C. Hostetler-Baker & Hostetler Professor of Law. Ray has recently published a book … Continue reading

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Milena Sterio, C|M|LAW Fulbright Scholar in Azerbaijan, is Named The Charles R. Emrick Jr. – Calfee Halter & Griswold Professor of Law

Congratulations to Milena Sterio, named recently by C|M|LAW Dean Craig M. Boise to serve as The Charles R. Emrick Jr. – Calfee Halter & Griswold Professor of Law.  Professor Sterio is currently serving as a Fulbright Scholar in Baku, Azerbaijan. … Continue reading

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