Monthly Archives: May 2016

Professor Davis Co-Authors Article on Drug Pricing and Medicare

Professor Mickey Davis co-authored an article entitled “Should Medicare be allowed to negotiate drug prices?” with Peter S. Arno, Senior Fellow and Director of Health Policy Research at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.  The article was published in Volume 26, … Continue reading

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Sagers Publishes in New York Times on Staples/Office Depot Merger Loss

Chris Sagers, the James A. Thomas Distinguished Professor of Law, published a column in the New York Times’ daily business affairs blog DealBook concerning the Federal Trade Commission’s courtroom victory in challenging the merger proposed between the office supply chains … Continue reading

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Sagers Quoted in Wall Street Journal on Staples/Office Depot Merger Injunction

Chris Sagers, the James A. Thomas Distinguished Professor of Law, was quoted in the Wall Street Journal for his views on a litigation tactic that took the antitrust community only slightly less by surprise than did U.S. District Court Judge … Continue reading

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Professor Ray’s Book on Social Rights in South Africa Published by Cambridge University Press

Professor Brian Ray’s book, “Engaging with Social Rights: Procedure, Participation and Democracy in South Africa’s Second Wave,”  has been published by Cambridge University Press.  The Konrad Adenauer-Siftung Foundation will be sponsoring a South African launch of the book later this … Continue reading

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Akron Repeals Panhandling Law

On Monday night, the Akron City Council voted unanimously to repeal its anti-panhandling ordinance.  The law had been challenged in federal court on the grounds that it violated the First Amendment right to free speech by unconstitutionally limiting requests for … Continue reading

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Professor Forte Lectures with Professor Adler; Is Named Visiting Professor at Princeton University; Publishes Commentary on Federalist Society Blog

As part of Cleveland-Marshall’s Transformative Dialogues series, Professor David Forte joined Professor Jonathan Adler of Case Western Reserve Law School on a panel discussing “Justice Scalia’s Quest–and Bequest” on April 20, 2016. Professor Forte has been named the Garwood Visiting … Continue reading

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Professor Daiker-Middaugh Elected to the CMBA Board of Trustees

Professor Pamela Daiker-Middaugh was elected to the Board of Trustees of the Cleveland-Metropolitan Bar Association (CMBA).  Professor Daiker-Middaugh will serve a two-year term; she will be sworn in at the June 3 CMBA’s Ninth Annual Meeting at the Huntington Convention … Continue reading

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