Monthly Archives: December 2014

Professor Davis and Co-Author Peter Arno Publish Op-Ed on the Dangers of Unregulated Pharmaceutical Prices

Professor Mickey Davis, with co-author Peter Arno, published an op-ed entitled “The New Face of U.S. Health Care: $1,000 Per Pill.”  Davis and Arno argue in this op-ed that the federal government should also regulate pharmaceutical prices, for products developed … Continue reading

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Professor Mika Presents at Legal Writing Workshop at Miami School of Law

Professor Karin Mika presented at the Legal Writing One Day Workshop held at Miami School of Law on December 6th. The title of her presentation was “The Dreaded Assumption: How Failure to Accept Generational Differences Makes for Bad Teaching and … Continue reading

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Professor Robertson’s Column on Eminent Domain, Landowner Rights and Pipeline Development Published in Shale Magazine

Professor Heidi Gorovitz Robertson, C|M|LAW’s Steven W. Percy Distinguished Professor of Law, has published a column in the current issue of Shale Magazine, entitled Imminent Domain- Fights are breaking out over landowner rights and pipeline development – understanding the rules in more important … Continue reading

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Professor Mika to Become President Elect of AALS Teaching Methods Section; Professor Mika Prepares Section Newsletter

Professor Karin Mika will move up to President Elect for the AALS Teaching Methods Section starting in 2015.  In her capacity as Secretary of the Teaching Methods Section, Professor Mika prepared two newsletters, the latter of which is attached below and highlights the Cleveland-Marshall Solo … Continue reading

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Professor O’Neill Presents at CMBA on Two Recent Supreme Court Cases

On October 21, 2014, Professor Kevin O’Neill gave a presentation at the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association on two important First Amendment decisions handed down by the Supreme Court last term: Town of Greece v. Galloway, 134 S. Ct. 1811 (2014) (upholding the power … Continue reading

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Professor Robertson Writes in Crain’s Cleveland Business on Eminent Domain for Natural Gas Pipelines

C|M|LAW’s Steven W. Percy Distinguished Professor of Law, Heidi Gorovitz Robertson has written in Crain’s Cleveland Business’ Energy Report regarding the eminent domain process pertaining to a proposed interstate natural gas pipeline that would cross Ohio.  At present, NEXUS Gas Transmission … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio’s Letter to the Editor (on C.I.A. Interrogation Techniques) Published in Plain Dealer

Professor and Associate Dean Milena Sterio’s Letter to the Editor (“C.I.A.’s brutal interrogation techniques nothing short of illegal torture”) was published by the Plain Dealer; the full text of the letter is available here.

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Professor Plecnik Meets Indonesian Delegation, Visiting Through U.S. State Department Program

On December 12, Professor John Plecnik joined ​Associate Dean & Professor Jonathan Entin of Case Law School in speaking to a U.S. State Department-sponsored delegation from Indonesia on American politics and constitutional law. This roundtable discussion was hosted by the Cleveland … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Publishes Blog Post in Response to “Torture Report”

Professor and Associate Dean Milena Sterio published a blog post on Intlawgrrls entitled “Torture is Always Illegal, No Matter What Results It May Produce.”  In this post, Professor Sterio responds to the recently released Senate Intelligence Committee report (“Torture Report”) … Continue reading

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Professor Mead Undertakes Pro Bono Representation, in Cooperation with ACLU, of Local School Teacher

C|M|LAW Assistant Professor Joseph Mead undertook pro bono representation of a former public school teacher who was removed from his position because a dairy farmer from the community complained about the school teacher’s vegan advocacy on Facebook.  In a letter … Continue reading

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