Monthly Archives: October 2014

Professor May Selected as Playwright for Talespinner Children’s Theatre 2015 Season

Professor Robinson May has been selected as a playwright for Talespinner Children’s Theatre‘s 2015 season. Her play, “The Silent Princess,” is an adaptation of a Turkish folktale, and will run June 6-28, 2015. The 2015 season was announced at Talespinner’s annual Harlequinade … Continue reading

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Associate Dean Sundahl Comments on Antares Rocket Explosion

In an article appearing on the Canadian News Corporations’s website, Associate Dean Mark Sundahl commented on the recent explosion of Orbital Science’s Antares rocket as it lifted off on its way to the International Space Station to deliver cargo.  Sundahl … Continue reading

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Professor Forte Presents in Columbus and Cincinnati at Federalist Lawyers’ Chapters

Professor David Forte delivered two different presentations during the month of October.  He presented at the Columbus Federalist Lawyers’ Chapter in Columbus, Ohio, on the topic of “Will ‘Heartbeat Bills’ Save Lives?”  And on October 15, he debated with Alphonse … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Presents on Secession at International Law Weekend

Professor and Associate Dean Milena Sterio presented on a panel entitled “Self-Determination, Secession, and Non-Intervention in the Age of Crimea and Kosovo” on October 24, at the 2014 International Law Weekend, a premier conference in international law organized and sponsored … Continue reading

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Dean Boise Comments on WCPN Regarding Steris Corporation Plan to Acquire U.K. Company

Dean Craig Boise commented on October 14 in a news story on WCPN about Steris Corporation’s agreement to acquire U.K.-based Synergy Health Plc, which provides sterilization services.  The $1.9 billion deal would result in Steris’s re-incorporation in the United Kingdom … Continue reading

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Thomson-Reuters Publishes 2014 Edition of “Federal Land Use Law & Legislation” by Professor Weinsten and Brian Blaesser

Thomson-Reuters has just published the 2014 edition of Federal Land Use Law & Legislation, a one-volume treatise authored by C-M Law Professor Alan Weinstein and Brian Blaesser, an attorney in the Boston office of Robinson & Cole.  The 2014 edition covers … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Presents at Central States Conference

Professor and Associate Dean Milena Sterio presented at the Central States Law Schools’ Association Annual Meeting at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, LA.  Professor Sterio’s presentation was entitled “Prosecuting Juvenile Piracy Suspects: The Legal Framework.” In her presentation, Professor … Continue reading

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Professor Lewis Presents at Central States Conference

Professor Browne Lewis presented at the Central States Law Schools Association Conference at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana on October 10, 2014.   Professor Lewis discussed the property law implications of permitting human oocyte cryopreservation.  Professor Lewis explored the … Continue reading

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Professor Robertson Writes on Local Efforts to Ban Fracking on Crain’s Cleveland

Professor Heidi Gorovitz Robertson published a new blog post on Crain’s Cleveland Business’ Energy Report entitled “Community Bill of Rights attempts to use rights-based charter amendments to ban drilling” on October 10.  In this post, Professor Robertson analyzes the recent … Continue reading

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Professor Weinstein Presents at National Signage Research Conference

Professor Alan Weinstein spoke on October 9 at the National Signage Research Conference at the University of Cincinnati. Professor Weinstein was part of a panel presentation, “Reassessing the Importance of Sign Law in the Planning Law Curriculum,” with Eric Strauss, Professor of … Continue reading

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