Category Archives: Faculty in the Media

Professor Robertson Appointed Associate Editor of ABA Probate and Property Magazine

Professor Heidi Gorovitz Robertson has been appointed an Associate Editor on the ABA Probate and Property Magazine.  The magazine has 4 associate editors and 1 senior editor for the property side, and the same again for the probate side.  Each … Continue reading

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Professor Ray Publishes Paper on Digital Contact Tracing Apps for Covid-19

Professor Brian Ray, with co-author Professor Jane Bambauer (University of Arizona), have published “Covid-19 Apps are Terrible — They Didn’t Have to Be,” on the prominent Lawfare blog. The paper was also featured in a companion Lawfare Podcast, in which … Continue reading

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Professor Witmer-Rich Publishes Op-Ed on Juvenile Interrogations

Professor Jonathan Witmer-Rich has published an op-ed on Cleveland.com titled “All coercive state interrogations, including of juveniles, have constitutional due-process protections.” The op-ed criticizes a recent Ohio Supreme Court case, In re M.H., in which the Court held that the … Continue reading

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Sagers Quoted in Media on Big-Tech Lawsuits, Other Antitrust Matters

Chris Sagers, the James A. Thomas Professor of Law, spoke with a variety of media in recent weeks over the several antitrust lawsuits filed in rapid succession against Google and Facebook, including Bloomberg news and the websites Protocol and Global Competition Review.  Sagers also spoke with Global … Continue reading

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Professor Sagers Writes in Slate, Quoted in Other Media on Facebook and Big Publishing Merger

Chris Sagers, the James A. Thomas Professor of Law, appeared in various media recently on a variety of pending antitrust issues. Sagers wrote his own piece in Slate on the Federal Trade Commission’s historic lawsuit against Facebook, and also spoke about the … Continue reading

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Professor Robertson Organizes and Speaks at “Oil and Gas Unitization Policy and Law” Conference

Professor Heidi Gorovitz Robertson worked with Andrew Thomas, Director of CSU’s Center for Energy Policy and Law and C|M|LAW Adjunct Professor to plan and present a conference on Oil and Gas Unitization Policy and Law.  The program, held via Zoom … Continue reading

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Professor Laser’s Article Makes SSRN Top Ten List

Professor Christa Laser’s article, Certiorari in Patent Cases, is in the SSRN top ten list of the most downloaded recent papers in Intellectual Property Empirical Studies.   A link to the draft paper is here: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3728706

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Professor Laser Submits Comments on DMCA Reform

Professor Christa Laser submitted comments in response to Senator Josh Hawley’s request for views on potential reform of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. In her comments, Professor Laser advocated an optional alternative dispute resolution forum for DMCA disputes. She also … Continue reading

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Professor Laser’s Article Highlighted in Leading Patent Law Blog

Professor Christa Laser’s forthcoming article, Certiorari in Patent Cases, was highlighted this week in the leading patent law blog, PatentlyO.com.  A link to Professor Laser’s article is here: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3728706

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Professor Sterio Participates in Human Rights Training Program

Professor Milena Sterio participated as an expert and consultant in a two-day training program, on December 8-9, on Human Rights Documentation practices.  The training was organized by the International Coalition of Sites of Conscience, and its participants included NGOs and civil … Continue reading

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