2011 Archives

Fordham Law’s Unique Film Forum Boasts a Cast of Stars—and Faces an Uncertain Future
Forum on Law, Culture & Society in ABA Journal, January 1, 2011
Why Are Taxpayers Subsidizing Facebook, and the Next Bubble?
Corporate Law Center Murphy Conference in The New York Times Economix Blog, January 6, 2011
Deborah Denno on Shooting in Tucson
Deborah Denno on WPIX-TV, January 10, 2011
Arizona Shootings Elicit The Best, And The Worst, Of People
Annemarie McAvoy in Family Security Matters, January 12, 2011
Hedge Fund Insider Trading Prosecutions Rely on Suspects Turned Informant
James A. Cohen in Bloomberg, January 12, 2011
ABA panel considering making the LSAT optional
Ian Weinstein in The National Law Journal, January 12, 2011
Backlash Grows Over Palin's 'Blood Libel' Claim
Thane Rosenbaum in The Daily News, January 12, 2011
Parents: Mental health lessons from the Tucson tragedy
James A. Cohen in USA Today, January 13, 2011
Pregnant Sioux Women Face "Hell Rides" to the Hospital, Induced Labors -- and the ACLU Wants to Know Why
Chi Mgbako in The Huffington Post, January 13, 2011
Arizona Shooting Aftermath -- How Can President Obama Confront the Problem of Evil?
Thane Rosenbaum in FOX News, January 14, 2011
Hello and Summary of Fordham’s Tri-State Conference on Intellectual Property
Jeanne Fromer, Michael Martin, Sheila Foster, Joel Reidenberg in Concurring Opinions (summary), January 18, 2011
Obama, Hu Urged to Hold Substantive Human Rights Talks
Martin Flaherty in VOANews.com, January 19, 2011
Value added? Catholic professional schools
Amy Uelmen in U.S. Catholic, January 19, 2011
Fordham Ready to Lay Down the Law on Lincoln Center
Fordham University in Curbed, January 19, 2011
Judge: Justice Department can keep secret names of lawyers warned over leaks
Bruce Green in Politico, January 20, 2011
Forever 21's Fast (and Loose) Fashion Empire
Susan Scafidi in Bloomberg Businessweek, January 20, 2011
Company to stop making drug commonly used in executions
Deborah Denno in The Washington Post, January 22, 2011
Georgina Wood To Be Honoured In USA
The Leitner Center for International Law and Justice in VibeGhana.com, January 22, 2011
Chief Justice off for US honour
Leitner Center for International Law and Justice in Myjoyonline.com, January 22, 2011
Drug Halt Hinders Executions in the U.S.
Deborah Denno in The Wall Street Journal, January 22, 2011
Fordham’s Major UWS Expansion in the Works
Fordham Law School in My Upper West, January 23, 2011
Sonia Sotomayor is Right at Home in the Supreme Court
Fordham Law Film Festival in MyLatinoNews.com, January 24, 2011
New Building to Double Space at Fordham Law School
Fordham Law School in New York Law Journal, January 24, 2011
Mortgage Giants Leave Legal Bills to the Taxpayers
Richard Scott Carnell in The New York Times, January 24, 2011
Fordham University Expansion Underway Near Lincoln Center
Fordham Law School in DNAinfo, January 24, 2011
Animal euthanasia drug to be used on death row
Deborah Denno in Dayton Daily News, January 25, 2011
Ohio is latest state switching drugs for executions
Deborah Denno in Reuters, January 25, 2011
Ohio switching to a new drug for lethal injections
Deborah Denno in The Cleveland Plain Dealer, January 25, 2011
White House Announces Three LGBT Appointments
J. Paul Oetken on Gay City News, January 26, 2011
Ohio switching its execution drug
Deborah Denno in The Columbus Dispatch, January 26, 2011
US states search for new lethal injection drugs
Deborah Denno in Agence France-Presse, January 27, 2011
Execution with Danish anaesthetic 'painful'
Deborah Denno in Politiken, January 28, 2011
Cesar Perales Wins New York State Bar Association's 2011 Haywood Burns Award
Alumnus Cesar A. Perales in readMedia, January 28, 2011
New Lethal Injection Drug Raises Concerns
Deborah Denno on NPR, January 29, 2011
NYC: The capital of the counterfeiting
Susan Scafidi in Toronto Sun, January 29, 2011
Larchmont man takes top post in NY bar association
Paul Silverman (alumni) in Sound Shore (blog), January 31, 2011
Spotlight on Nick Katsoris: Author and Founder of Loukoumi Books
Nick C. Katsoris '91 in The Hellenic News of America, February 1, 2011
Half-Baked Justice
Bruce A. Green in Law.com, February 1, 2011
In Madrid Court, Google Challenges Europe's Privacy Laws
Joel Reidenberg in The Voice of America, February 1, 2011
FDA Dragged Into Execution-Drug Controversy
Deborah Denno in The Wall Street Journal, February 2, 2011
The Power Panel Talks Egypt
Annemarie McAvoy on NBC New York, February 3, 2011
Will Europe Thwart Texas Executions?
Deborah Denno in The Texas Tribune, February 5, 2011
A Drug Used in Executions Becomes Very Hard to Get
Deborah Denno in The New York Times, February 5, 2011
Mosque's Daisy Khan Not Backing Down
Thane Rosenbaum in More Magazine, February 5, 2011
Betsey & Steve: Fashion Week's odd couple
Susan Scafidi in Crain's New York, February 6, 2011
Financial Regulatory Capture Symposium at Fordham Law School
Journal of Corporate and Financial Law Symposium in The Kaufmann Governance Post, February 6, 2011
Share Your Darkest Tales of Valentine’s Day
Vikki S. Ziegler in New York Times, February 7, 2011
Drug shortage forces states to reevaluate the death penalty
Deborah Denno in Deseret News, February 7, 2011
The Committee to Support Chinese Lawyers Calls For a Halt to Recent Physical Attacks on Lawyers by Court Officers
Leitner Center for International Law and Justice in CHINAaid, February 7, 2011
Fordham University School of Law wins mediation competition
Fordham Law in International Chamber of Commerce, February 10, 2011
Lindsay Lohan reality: Hollywood can only watch
James Cohen in USA Today, February 10, 2011
Let Californians vote on 2 budgets - 1 red, 1 blue
Ethan Leib in The San Francisco Chronicle, February 11, 2011
Customer Bites Retailer? That’s the Argument
Joel Reidenberg in New York Times, February 13, 2011
Kent on The Constitution and the Laws of War During the Civil War
Andrew Kent in Legal History Blog, February 15, 2011
Video Interview: Crystal Renn Would Like More Body Diversity on Runways
Susan Scafidi in New York Magazine, February 16, 2011
Witchcraft Legal Aid in Africa
Chi Mgbako in New York Times Global Edition (International Herald Tribune), February 17, 2011
Lee on Deontology and the Criminal Law
Youngjae Lee in CrimProf Blog, February 22, 2011
UTEP guest lecturer says It's OK to seek 'just' revenge
Thane Rosenbaum in El Paso Times, February 22, 2011
NY suburb appealing federal voting-rights ruling
Jerry H. Goldfeder in CBSNEWS, February 23, 2011
Runway to the Rack: Retailers Reveal Key Fashion Trends
Susan Scafidi on CNBC, February 25, 2011
Supreme Court allows military funeral anti-gay protests
Abner S. Greene in Reuters, March 2, 2011
Loughner Faces 49 Counts in Tucson Shootings
James A. Cohen in New York Times, March 4, 2011
Economic, environmental impacts of gas fracking contested in New York
Fordham Law in Platts, March 8, 2011
Hevesi Wants Judge to Recuse Himself for Ex-Comptroller's Sentencing
Bruce A. Green in Bloomberg, March 8, 2011
Louis Vuitton, Burberry sue over knock-offs
Susan Scafidi in The Toronto Star, March 8, 2011
Defense opposes mental exam of Tucson suspect
James A. Cohen in The Houston Chronicle, March 10, 2011
The DOMA Ripple Effect
Joseph Landau in The New Republic, March 11, 2011
Ohio executes inmate using new, single-drug method for death penalty
Deborah Denno in The Washington Post, March 11, 2011
Lee on Punishing Disloyalty
Youngjae Lee in Legal Theory Blog, March 14, 2011
Aiding Children Accused of Witchcraft
Chi Mgbako in The Huffington Post, March 14, 2011
Nicholas Curmi – The 44th Street Bridge to Malta
LL.M. Student Nicholas Curmi on New York City Bar, March 15, 2011
Obama Administration calls for new privacy law
Joel Reidenberg in Computerworld, March 16, 2011
Texas Decides on Substitute Execution Drug
Deborah W. Denno in The Texas Tribune, March 16, 2011
Texas picks new drug for execution cocktail
Deborah W. Denno in The Austin American-Statesman, March 16, 2011
Negative Judicial Metaphors Harm Immigrants
Fordham Law in Immigration Daily, March 17, 2011
Stopped in their tracks
Joel Reidenberg in The Economist, March 17, 2011
A demoralizing consensus on free speech and family grieving
Benjamin C. Zipursky in The Hill, March 17, 2011
Georgia May Have Broken Law By Importing Drug
Deborah W. Denno on NPR, March 17, 2011
Google Faces French Fine for Breach of Privacy
Joel Reidenberg in The New York Times, March 21, 2011
Google fined for gathering online data
Joel Reidenberg in The Financial Times, March 21, 2011
The Circuit: AT&T, Verizon, Sprint at CTIA; more merger talk; Apple sues Amazon
Joel Reidenberg in The Washington Post, March 22, 2011
Can AT&T buy T-Mobile? Five key factors.
Sean Griffith in The Christian Science Monitor, March 22, 2011
The Future of Mass Torts
Howard M. Erichson in PENNumbra, March 23, 2011
Workers’ Centers: A Clubhouse for Struggle, Support
Jennifer Gordon in The Jewish Daily: Foward, March 23, 2011
Do you have the look?
Susan Scafidi in Daily Business Review, March 25, 2011
Does Highway 61 get to Fordham?
Fordham Law in MinnLawyer, March 25, 2011
She Ended the Men’s Club of National Politics
Geraldine A. Ferraro in The New York Times, March 26, 2011
For Geraldine Ferraro, Queens was always considered home
Geraldine Ferraro in NYDailyNews, March 27, 2011
Hevesi Judge Rejects Claim of Conflict, Says He'll Move Sentencing Anyway
Bruce A. Green in Bloomberg, March 28, 2011
Come gather 'round legal scholars, for a conference on Dylan
Fordham in Texas Lawyer, March 28, 2011
Lawsuit: Void Texas’ new execution procedure
Deborah W. Denno in The Austin American-Statesman, March 29, 2011
Following International Law Helps the US in Libya
Thomas H. Lee in The Huffington Post, March 29, 2011
Chief Justice attends roundtable on women in US
Fordham Law in GhanaWeb, March 30, 2011
For Berkshire, resignation raises tough questions
Steve Thel in Yahoo (news), March 31, 2011
Starting the Year Off Right: Public Service Day
Hillary Exter in The NALP Bulletin, April 1, 2011
Academics to dissect Bob Dylan at NY conference
Bruce Green in The Associated Press, April 2, 2011
Critics Fear Terror Trial Will Be Compromised at Guantanamo
James A. Cohen on WNYC, April 4, 2011
Knockoffs and Counterfeits: What's the Difference?
Susan Scafidi in Fashion etc, April 4, 2011
Friends-in-Law
Ethan Leib in Zocalo Public Square, April 4, 2011
Designers Face Uphill Battle When It Comes to Knock-offs
Susan Scafidi in Thread NY, April 4, 2011
Judge reverses $625M patent verdict against Apple
Jeanne C. Fromer in Venture Beat, April 4, 2011
(Non)Binding Arbitration
Constantine N. Katsoris in The Wall Street Journal, April 4, 2011
The Architecture of Maternal Death
Chi Mgbako in RH Reality Check, April 4, 2011
The Legal Side of Bob Dylan
The Stein Center and Bruce Green in The New York Times City Room blog, April 5, 2011
Holder Makes the Right Decision On Gitmo and 9/11 Detainees But Does It Kicking and Screaming
Annemarie McAvoy on Foxnews.com, April 5, 2011
Military Trial vs. Civilian Court For Accused Terrorists
Annemarie McAvoy on Good Day New York, April 5, 2011
Icons teach children well at collegiate schools of rock
Fordham Law School in USA Today, April 6, 2011
Did Holder Make the Right Choice?
Annemarie McAvoy on Foxnews.com Live, April 6, 2011
Bob Dylan hits dissected by academics
Bruce Green in The Telegraph (UK), April 6, 2011
Brooklyn Judge Orders Woman To Serve Jury Duty — For Life!
James A. Cohen on CBS New York, April 6, 2011
Bob Dylan’s Legal Fan Club
Fordham Law School in The New York Times Dealbook, April 7, 2011
Barry Bonds Trial
James A. Cohen on CBS WGME (Portland, Maine), April 7, 2011
Dylan's Law
Fordham Law School in Westlaw News, April 8, 2011
Take It On: Barry Bonds Trial
Annemarie McAvoy on My 9 News, April 8, 2011
Phil Ochs, There But for Fortune
Fordham Law School in The New Republic blog, April 8, 2011
Insiders Sound Off on Louboutin/YSL Lawsuit
Susan Scafidi in WWD, April 8, 2011
With Dylan, Lawyers May Stay ‘Forever Young’
Fordham Law School in Legal as She is Spoke blog, April 9, 2011
Why Sidney Lumet Fought the Law
Thane Rosenbaum in The Wall Street Journal Speakeasy blog, April 11, 2011
Gupta judge expresses "concern" over SEC courts
The Corporate Law Center's DeStefano Lecture speaker Judge Rakoff in Reuters, April 12, 2011
Landmark online privacy legislation introduced in Senate
Joel Reidenberg in The Los Angeles Times, April 12, 2011
The Conspirator
Deborah W. Denno on National Geographic Channel, April 12, 2011
Sidney Lumet: The Prince of New York City
Thane Rosenbaum in The Huffington Post, April 12, 2011
First Annual Fashion Law Institute Symposium
Susan Scafidi in LIFE, April 15, 2011
Welcome to our wikizine about Susan Scafidi
Susan Scafidi in Zimbio, April 16, 2011
TN may change execution method
Deborah W. Denno in The Tennessean, April 17, 2011
High-Rise Plans Underway at Fordham's Lincoln Center Campus
Fordham in DNAinfo.com, April 19, 2011
Columbia and Fordham Law School Students Win Commercial and Federal Litigation Section Minority Fellowships
Danielle D. May in readMedia, April 19, 2011
Rejected from Sotheby's art school, woman seeks refund
James A. Cohen in News & Insight, April 20, 2011
Forgiveness: A Time To Love And A Time To Hate
Thane Rosenbaum in A.V. Club (review), April 24, 2011
Death penalty stuck in limbo in Tenn.
Deborah Denno in CorrectionsOne, April 25, 2011
Could You Go to Jail For Buying a Knockoff Coach Bag?
Susan Scafidi in The Atlanta Post, April 27, 2011
On 50th Anniversary of His Trial, Eichmann’s Case Still Brands Israel
Thane Rosenbaum in The Jewish Daily, April 27, 2011
NYC bill would criminalize buying knockoff goods
Susan Scafidi in lohud.com, April 27, 2011
1G fine for fake? Get real!
Susan Scafidi April 27, 2011
Fordham's feat
Fordham Law School in The New York Post, May 2, 2011
SEC's Home-Court Advantage?
Fordham Law in Reg Blog, May 2, 2011
Africa's LGBT Rights Movement
Chi Mgbako in The Huffington Post, May 3, 2011
Fordham Law School Hosts Sixth Annual Conference On International Arbitration And Mediation
Fordham Law in Citybizlist, May 3, 2011
Documentary Examines US Struggle to End Bans on Interracial Marriage
Robin Lenhardt on Voice of America, May 3, 2011
Obama's Finest Hour
Thane Rosenbaum in The Wall Street Journal, May 3, 2011
Fordham Breaks Ground on $250M Facility
Fordham Law School in GlobeSt.com, May 3, 2011
The Careerist: It's a Wrap
Susan Scafidi in The AM Law Daily, on http://amlawdaily.typepad.com/amlawdaily/2011/05/careeristdvf.html, May 4, 2011
Juror Replaced in Rajaratnam Trial
James A. Cohen in HedgeFund, May 4, 2011
Fordham's interim dean gets the permanent position
Michael M. Martin in The National Law Journal, May 4, 2011
Even in Victory, this Administration Makes Errors
Annemarie McAvoy in Family Security Matters, May 5, 2011
Take It On: Bin Laden Photo Not Released
Annemarie Mcavoy on my9news, May 5, 2011
Opinion: A report from Fordham on Google Books and the rule of law
Denny Chin (alumni) in The Wire Report, May 6, 2011
Osama Bin Laden, Saddam Hussein, Adolf Eichmann -- and Revenge
Thane Rosenbaum in The Huffington Post, May 6, 2011
What impact will judge's decisions have in Jacques' case?
Deborah Denno in The Burlington Free Press, May 8, 2011
Living Wage Advocates Set Sights On Seven Key Council Members
Fordham Law in City Hall, May 9, 2011
Donations help several Island not-for-profits
Fordham Law in The Staten Island Advance, May 10, 2011
Alex, I'll take "Fun Jesuit Trivia" for $500...
Fordham Law in The Deacon's Bench, May 10, 2011
Dad wrongly barred from jury selection for son-court
James A. Cohen in News & Insight, May 10, 2011
The Freewheelin' Judiciary: A Bob Dylan Anthology
Fordham in Social Science Research Network, May 10, 2011
Kushner Affair Puts Israel Dissent At Center Stage
Thane Rosenbuam in The Jewish Week, May 10, 2011
Defense Opposes Mental Exam of Tucson Suspect
James Cohen in myFOXphoenix, May 10, 2011
Pataki, still a voice in GOP nationally, to address Fordham Law graduates
Pataki, Fordham Law in BuffaloNews, May 10, 2011
Legal Groups Urge Broad Search for Federal Prisons Director
Bruce Green in The BLT: The Blog of LegalTimes, May 11, 2011
Instant view: Rajaratnam found guily of insider trading (Reuters)
James A. Cohen in Daily News Blog, May 11, 2011
Fordham Law Student Receives New York Bar Foundation's Honorable Charles L. Brieant, Jr. Fellowship
Daniel G. Agius, Jr. in New York State Bar Association, May 11, 2011
The Executioner's Dilemma
Deborah Denno in The Nation, May 12, 2011
Establishment Blues
Fordham Law in pajamasmedia (blog), May 14, 2011
Crowell & Moring's Corporate Group Expands on Both Coasts With Two New Partners
Alumnus Paul J. Pollock in PR Newswire, May 16, 2011
Legal Case Against IMF Chief Strauss-Kahn
Annemarie McAvoy in myFOXNY, May 16, 2011
The Case of the Frisky Frenchman is not so Clear Cut After All
Annemarie Mcavoy in Family Secuirty Matters, May 17, 2011
Kenneth Moreno: Jury to decide NYC cop’s cuddle claim
James A. Cohen in Metro, May 17, 2011
The American Law Institute Recognizes Two Scholars for Practical Academic Work
Jeanne C. Fromer in Businesswire, May 17, 2011
Strauss-Kahn may attempt a consensual sex defense
James A. Cohen in News & Insight, May 18, 2011
Analysis: Uphill fight for Baidu, China censorship lawsuit
Joel Reidenberg in Reuters, May 19, 2011
Strauss-Kahn indicted by grand jury, is granted $1 million cash bail
James A. Cohen in The Christian Science Monitor , May 19, 2011
Bank of America's Last, Best Hope
James A. Cohen in The Street, May 19, 2011
Patent fight busts out over strapless bra
Susan Scafidi in News & Insight, May 20, 2011
Royal Wedding: Countdown to the Big Wedding Dress Reveal...and Its Knockoffs
Susan Scafidi in Wallet Pop (opinion), May 20, 2011
Prosecutors Can Get Goldman
James Cohen in The Street, May 20, 2011
Connorton, John
John Connorton in Irish Central, May 20, 2011
The toppling of Dominique Strauss-Kahn
Fordham Law School, Judge Jackson in Independent, May 22, 2011
Fordham Law School Graduation Ceremony
Fordham Law in myFOXNY, May 22, 2011
Feerick, John
John D. Feerick in Irish Central, May 22, 2011
Bill Black: In Praise of Sorkin’s Praise of Lowenstein’s Praise of Financial CEOs
Steve Thel in Naked Capitalism, May 23, 2011
New Dean in Town
Michael M. Martin in BISNOW, May 23, 2011
Strauss-Kahn again denies charges in email to IMF
Ian Weinstein in France24, May 23, 2011
Amid Changes, Law School Tries to Get Real
Fordham Law in TIME, May 23, 2011
Assessing the Legal Limits of Editorial Discretion
Fordham Law in LAW.COM, May 23, 2011
ABA Accreditation for Law School in China Runs Up Against U.S. Job Fears
Michael Martin in Law.com, May 24, 2011
The Careerist: Happy Birthday, Bob Dylan
Fordham in theCareerist, May 24, 2011
Winning Legal Business from Mid-Cap Companies
Silvia Hodges in LawMarketing Blog, May 25, 2011
Policy Progress vs. Protecting Privacy
Fordham Law in Inside: Higher Ed, May 25, 2011
In NY, a "condemnor can condemn a Kasha Knish": more criticisms of eminent domain in New York and suggested reforms
Fordham in Atlantic Yards Report, May 25, 2011
Education Privacy in Peril
Center on Law and Information Policy in Concurring Opinions, May 26, 2011
US writers sue Baidu over Internet block
Joel Reidenberg in Asia Times, May 26, 2011
SAT Test Demanding What Teens Tell Them Prompts Regulator Query
Joel Reidenberg in Bloomberg, May 27, 2011
Strauss-Kahn likely headed for trial: experts
Ian Weinstein in Yahoo News, May 29, 2011
Which strategy for the Lawyers of DSK?
Ian Weinstein in AllVoices, May 29, 2011
Around the Blawgosphere: ‘Bad Lawyer’ Returns; Quips on the Royal Wedding
Susan Scafidi in ABA Journal, May 29, 2011
Sugin on the Optimal Tax Model
Linda Sugin in Legal Theory Blog, May 30, 2011
Civil Litigation Being Quietly ‘Harmonized’
Carl Minzner in The Wall Street Journal, May 31, 2011
Washington moves to classify cyber-attacks as acts of war
Joel Reidenberg in The Guardian (UK), May 31, 2011
The Confidential Nature of Lawsuits
Joel Cohen in LAW.COM, May 31, 2011
How far does liability travel when a patient neglects to seek healthcare early?
David Goldberg in Modern Medicine, June 1, 2011
UN Agency Releases CLIP Study of Intellectual Property
Joel R. Reidenberg in citybizlist, June 2, 2011
Subpoena Puts Goldman Under Microscope
James A. Cohen in On Wall Street, June 2, 2011
More Hispanics go to federal prison
Deborah Denno in USA Today, June 4, 2011
Lower your heart attack and stroke risk
Deborah Denno in Natural Health 365, June 6, 2011
Dominique Strauss-Kahn Faces Lengthy Legal Battle Ahead in Sex Assault Case
Deborah Denno in WNYC, June 6, 2011
Wall Street hosts fundraiser for Barney Frank
Jerry Goldfeder in Marketplace, June 7, 2011
Turning a Deaf Ear
Leitner Center for International Law and Justice in South China Morning Post, June 7, 2011
Protect Yourselves, Ladies, There are Lots of Weiners Out There!
Annemarie McAvoy in FOXNEWS.COM, June 8, 2011
Fashion designers hail prospect of copyright protections
Susan Scafidi in The Washington Post, June 8, 2011
Assemblywoman Aravella Simotas Addresses the Greek-American Community
Alumna Aravella Simotas '02 in Greek USA Reporter, June 9, 2011
Tory Burch Wins $164M in Cybersquatting Suit
Susan Scafidi in WWD.com, June 10, 2011
Tory Burch wins $164million in anti-counterfeit suit
Susan Scafidi in The Telegraph (UK), June 13, 2011
Muslim Woman To Lead College Holocaust Center
Thane Rosenbaum in The Jewish Week, June 14, 2011
First Hispanic woman appointed U.S. District Court judge in N.J.
Claire C. Cecchi, alum in nj.com, June 15, 2011
Senate approves two for federal judgeships
Claire C. Cecchi, alum in NewJersey.com, June 15, 2011
EC Official: Don't enforce trade repository indemnity rules
Corporate Law Center in IFLR, June 16, 2011
Doubts About Federal Judge Haunt Case
Joel Cohen in Chabad, June 17, 2011
Court Dismisses Lawyer’s Appeal to Wear Baseball Cap in Court
Martin Flaherty in The New York Times, June 17, 2011
Gay Wedding Law Hits Hurdle
Russell Pearce in The Wall Street Journal, June 17, 2011
Religious rights debate delays same-sex marriage vote
Russell Pearce in Times Union, June 18, 2011
The Case of the Loopy Lawyers
Thane Rosenbaum in The Wall Street Journal, June 18, 2011
Attorney Mark Joseph Sarro Admitted to Practice in the United States Supreme Court
Alumnus Mark J. Sarro '83 in PRWeb, June 19, 2011
Stan Chesley stands to lose more than license
Howard Erichson in Cincinnati.com, June 19, 2011
Victory for Walmart after Supreme Court halts $1billion sex discrimination law suit
Howard Erichson in The Daily Mail, June 20, 2011
Law grads going solo and loving it
Silvia Hodges, Sheila Foster in MSN, June 20, 2011
Supreme Court Dumps Wal-Mart Sex-Discrimination Class Action
Howard Erichson in Forbes, June 20, 2011
Supreme Court rules in Wal-Mart's favor: How the sides are reacting
Howard Erichson in The Christian Science Monitor, June 20, 2011
Wal-Mart decision could pose major obstacle for future class-action claims against businesses
Howard Erichson in The Washington Post, June 20, 2011
Big Win for Wal-Mart Comes at High Cost to Female Workers
Howard Erichson in The Take Away, June 21, 2011
Court sides with Walmart on sex-bias suit
Howie Erichson in San Francisco Chronicle, June 21, 2011
A Death Blow to Class Action?
Tanya Hernandez in The New York Times, June 21, 2011
Call it a Comeback: Mel Weiss Wants Back in the Game
Bruce Green in The Wall Street Journal, June 22, 2011
Court: Generic drug makers not liable for warnings
Benjamin Zipursky in Forbes, June 23, 2011
Court: Generic Drug Makers Not Liable For Warnings
Benjamin Zipursky in The Associated Press, June 23, 2011
New York 6th state to legalize gay marriage
Elizabeth Cooper in CBSnews, June 25, 2011
New York 6th state to legalize gay marriage
Elizabeth Cooper on CBS News, June 25, 2011
Where to Now on Public Financing?
Zephyr Teachout in The New York Times, June 27, 2011
Supreme Court: 2010-11 term in review
Benjamin Zipursky in USA TODAY, June 27, 2011
China ‘Disappeared’ Lawyers and Rights Defenders Turning Silent
Elisabeth Wickeri in The Epoch Times, June 27, 2011
Legal Aid Scheme receives support from Fordham University
Paolo Galizzi in Ghana News Agency, June 27, 2011
NYC cops' rape acquittal a prism for varying views
James A. Cohen in Associated Press, June 27, 2011
'They should be sharing a cell': Woman juror believes NYPD cops were GUILTY of raping woman
James A. Cohen in DailyMail, June 27, 2011
Judge Explains 150-Year Sentence for Madoff
Alumnus Hon. Denny Chin '78 in The NYTimes, June 28, 2011
In Trio of Big Business Cases, Justices Sharply Divide
Benjamin Zipursky in Corporate Counsel, June 28, 2011
Where campaign finance needs to go now
Zephyr Teachout in Reuters, June 28, 2011
Some Designers Say Their Work Deserves Copyright Protection; Others Say It Would Harm the Industry
Susan Scafidi in ABA Journal, June 29, 2011
Examining exceptions to physicians' duty surrounding informed consent
David Goldberg in Modern Medicine, July 1, 2011
Danish company moves to block use of drug for lethal injections
Deborah Denno in The Washington Post (blog), July 1, 2011
Strauss-Kahn case: Manhattan DA suspicious of chambermaid's credibility
James Cohen in Alaska Dispatch, July 1, 2011
Why chambermaid's credibility is so germane in Strauss-Kahn case
James A. Cohen in The Christan Science Monitor, July 1, 2011
Prisons face new roadblock to get execution drugs
Deborah Denno in Taiwan News, July 2, 2011
New obstacle to death penalty in U.S.
Deborah Denno in The Washington Post, July 2, 2011
In Strauss-Kahn case, DA weighs limited options
James A. Cohen in Associated Press, July 3, 2011
In Strauss-Kahn case, DA weighs limited options
James A. Cohen in KSR1350am NEWSTALK, July 3, 2011
Chewing On Jewish Decline
Thane Rosenbaum in The Jewish Week, July 5, 2011
Verdict boosts standing of Casey Anthony lawyer Jose Baez
Deborah Denno in Orlando Sentinel, July 5, 2011
Casey Anthony Acquitted of Most Charges
Deborah Denno in The Wall Street Journal, July 6, 2011
Prosecutors, Strauss-Kahn Lawyers to Meet
James A. Cohen in Asbury Park Press, July 6, 2011
Jose Baez entered Casey Anthony courtroom a 'Bozo' but left a miracle worker
Deborah Denno in The Florida Times Union, July 6, 2011
'Fresh charges unlikely to affect Strauss-Kahn trial'
Ian Weinstein in France 24, July 6, 2011
'The biggest failure by a jury since OJ': Outrage over shock acquittal of Casey Anthony... and will she now cash in on her notoriety?
Deborah Denno in Daily Mail, July 6, 2011
It's the worse Casey scenario
Deborah Denno in New York Post, July 6, 2011
Casey Anthony to be freed from jail on July 13 despite four-year jail sentence for lying to cops
Deborah Denno in NY Daily News, July 7, 2011
Judging Gary Shteyngart and Art Spiegelman's Taste in Books
Thane Rosenbaum, Art Spiegelman in The Jewish Daily: Forward, July 7, 2011
Casey Anthony's lawyer goes from deadbeat dad to fierce advocate for his client
Deborah Denno in St. Petersburg Times, July 7, 2011
U.S. prosecutor weathering the storm of the Strauss-Kahn case
Martha Rayner in The Globe and Mail, July 8, 2011
Lawyers' group okays monitoring of jurors' websites
Paul Radvany in Thomson Reuters: News & Insight, July 8, 2011
US Supreme Court's generic drug decision
Benjamin C. Zipursky in Bloomberg Law, July 8, 2011
Anthony to Go Free in 10 Days
Deborah Denno in The Wall Street Journal, July 8, 2011
U.S. prosecutor weathering the storm of the Strauss-Kahn case
James Cohen in The Globe and Mail, July 8, 2011
Retail Watchers Predict a Better Back-to-School Sales Season
Susan Scafidi in Daily Finance, July 8, 2011
Activewear makes it onto the runway
Susan Scafidi in crain's new york business.com, July 10, 2011
9th Circuit orders Duncan back into court in Idah
James Cohen in The Spokesman-Review, July 11, 2011
Cases Often Rest on Shaky Witnesses
Deborah Denno in The Wall Street Journal, July 11, 2011
Major Terrorist Snuck into U.S. - by Obama Administration
Annemarie McAvoy in Family Sercuity Matters, July 12, 2011
Analysis: Wal-Mart ruling no knock-out blow for class actions
Howard M. Erichson in Reuters, July 12, 2011
Charting Your Nontraditional Legal Career: Practical Steps
Andrew Chapin in Pass It On (ABA Newsletter), July 12, 2011
Unusual legal skirmishes mark Strauss-Kahn case
Ian Weinstein in TIMES Online, July 12, 2011
Early Stages Of Terrorism Probes Remain Controversial
Annemarie McAvoy in OPB News, July 13, 2011
21 Toyota suits grouped under Nassau judge
Jim Cohen in Newsday, July 13, 2011
Employment Class Actions Survive Despite Wal-Mart Ruling
Howard M. Erichson in Insurance Journal, July 13, 2011
Levi Aron pleads not guilty in slay, att'y says he 'hears voices'
James Cohen in am NEW YORK, July 14, 2011
In U.S., time to end the death penalty?
Thane Rosenbaum in Reuters, July 15, 2011
The gospel according to Forever 21
Susan Scafidi in The Guardian, July 17, 2011
In a first, Senate confirms judge who is openly gay
Adjuntc Professor J. Paul Oetken in The National Law Journal, July 18, 2011
Senate Due to Vote on Judicial Nomination of Openly Gay Lawyer
J. Paul Oetken in The Wall Street Journal, July 18, 2011
'Cyber-terrorists' threatened judge after file-share ruling
Fordham in Irish Times, July 18, 2011
Questioning Questionable Recusal Calls
Joel Cohen in LAW.COM, July 18, 2011
7th ICC International Mediation Competition opens to business and law students worldwide
Fordham Law in FINANCIAL, July 19, 2011
Paul Oetken Confirmed To Federal Bench
J. Paul Oetken in NY Daily News, July 19, 2011
China's Back Door to Discounted Designer Fashion
Susan Scafidi in CNBC, July 19, 2011
How Forever 21 Keeps Getting Away With Designer Knockoffs
Susan Scafidi in Jezebel, July 20, 2011
Sanofi Wins Complete Victory in Actonel Arbitration
John D. Feerick in Weil, July 20, 2011
Georgia's videotaped execution sets new precedent
Deborah W. Denno in KSRO Newstalk, July 22, 2011
Video of a Lethal Injection Reopens Questions on the Privacy of Executions
Deborah Denno in The New York Times, July 23, 2011
With Strauss-Kahn accuser's story now public, prosecutors continue complex probe behind scenes
Ian Weinstein in Global News, July 25, 2011
Strauss-Kahn accuser’s commentary a risky move, observers say
Ian Weinstein in The Record, July 25, 2011
Breaking Silence Is Not a Sure Bet for Strauss-Kahn Accuser, Experts Say
Jim Cohen in WNYC, July 25, 2011
Execution Could Set Precedent
Deborah Denno in Gpb News, July 25, 2011
Truth. Fairness. Transparency
Deborah Denno in Gamso - For the Defense, July 26, 2011
Addressing Fashion’s Intellectual Property Conundrum
Susan Scafidi in The Business Of Fashion, July 26, 2011
Wisdom or folly? Talking politics with clients.
Russell G. Pearce in The Irrelevant Lawyer, July 26, 2011
Justice? Vengeance? You Need Both
Thane Rosenbaum in The New York Times, July 27, 2011
30 Lawyers, 30 Books: Thane Rosenbaum
Thane Rosenbaum in The ABA Journal, July 27, 2011
What the 1930s fashion industry tells us about Big Content's "six strikes" plan
Mark Patterson in ars technica, July 28, 2011
Face It: We Need Revenge
Thane Rosenbaum in newser, July 28, 2011
Sonia Katyal Appointed Joseph M. McLaughlin Professor Of Law At Fordham Law School
Sonia Katyal in citybizlist, July 28, 2011
Former Bergen County executive assumes role on Port Authority Board of Commissioners
William "Pat" Schuber , alum in nj.com, July 28, 2011
Goodwin Liu’s CA Supreme Court Nod Could Mean Big Win For Civil Rights
Sheila Foster in Colorlines, July 28, 2011
NYT weighs justice vs. vengeance in the Woodmansee case
Thane Rosenbaum in WPRI.com, July 28, 2011
Five Best Thursday Columns
Thane Rosenbaum in the Atlantic Wire, July 28, 2011
Teaneck man honored for helping the hungry
Joseph Gitler, alum in Jewish Standard, July 29, 2011
Sheila Foster Named Vice Dean of Fordham Law School
Sheila Foster in citybizlist, July 29, 2011
Justice, vengeance, and the exculpation of Anders Breivik
Thane Rosenbaum in MACLEANS.CA, July 29, 2011
UPDATE 2-Madoff trustee set back in lawsuits vs banks
Steve Thel in ILSE, July 29, 2011
Law School Confidential
Dean Michael M. Martin in The National Law Journal, August 1, 2011
Madoff Trustee Dressed Down for Suing HSBC
Steve Thel in Courthouse News Service, August 1, 2011
What's Wrong With "Nafi" Diallo Wanting Money From DSK?
Joel Cohen in Huffington Post, August 2, 2011
Prosecutors mum on what next move will be in Strauss-Kahn case
James A. Cohen in thestar.com, August 3, 2011
The Supreme Court questions whether former Attorney John Ashcroft can be held personally liable for detaining a US citizen under harsh conditions without charges
James A. Cohen on Bloomberg Law, August 5, 2011
Sanity Is Next Issue in Brooklyn Boy’s Killing
Deborah Denno in The New York Times, August 5, 2011
Interview: Susan Scafidi, Professor, Fordham University School of Law
Susan Scafidi in Managing IP, August 5, 2011
Sanity Is Next Issue in Brooklyn Boy’s Killing
Deborah Denno in The New York Times City Room, August 5, 2011
Judges Acquit More Often Than Juries
James A. Cohen in The Wall Street Journal, August 8, 2011
By Helping a Girl Testify at a Rape Trial, a Dog Ignites a Legal Debate
James A. Cohen in The New York Times, August 8, 2011
Paw & Order: Adorable Dogs Now Taking Over Our Justice System
James A. Cohen in gothamist, August 9, 2011
Conference at NYLS: Civil Liberties Ten Years After 9/11/2001
Martin Flaherty in Constitutional Law Prof Blog, August 9, 2011
After a String of High-Profile Cases, DA Cy Vance Takes a Turn in the Searing Spotlight
James A. Cohen in WNYC, August 11, 2011
Color Wars: Luxury Makers Battle Over Red-Soled Shoe
Susan Scafidi in The Wall Street Journal, August 11, 2011
DSK trial: Why Nafissatou Diallo can win a civil trial
James A. Cohen in Slate.fr, August 11, 2011
Levi Aron Psych Evaluation Earns Him No Sympathy From Community
Deborah Denno in CBS New York, August 11, 2011
Nation’s last public execution, 75 years ago, still haunts town
Deborah Denno in Boston Globe, August 14, 2011
Leaked Documents and Loose Lips
James A. Cohen and Daniel Capra in Brooklyn Daily Eagle, August 16, 2011
The Conspirator: The Plot to Kill Lincoln
Deborah W. Denno on The Conspirator Special Features DVD, August 16, 2011
Louboutin and YSL continue colour wars
Susan Scafidi in ELLE UK, August 19, 2011
Fashion Pirates
Susan Scafidi August 20, 2011
Tomgram: Karen J. Greenberg, Taking the Justice Out of the Justice System
Karen Greenberg in Tom Dispatch, August 21, 2011
Anger as DSK case collapses
James A. Cohen in The World Today, August 23, 2011
Strauss-Kahn Case: Why Prosecutors Want to Drop All Charges
Annemarie McAvoy in The Christian Science Monitor, August 23, 2011
The People vs. Strauss-Kahn: Anatomy of a Case Gone Wrong
Ian Weinstein in WNYC, August 23, 2011
Our Prisons Are Crowded
Fordham Law in Peace FM Online, August 24, 2011
America’s Sweatshop Diplomacy
Jennifer Gordon in The New York Times, August 25, 2011
Vincent Briccetti Takes Seat on U.S. District Court Bench
Vincent L. Briccetti, alum in WhitePlainsPatch, August 28, 2011
Analysis: Damages ruling may be pivotal in BP case
Howard Erichson in Reuters, September 2, 2011
Labor Shortage Plagues Mt. Rainier's Paradise Inn
Jennifer Gordon in The Seattle Weekly, September 5, 2011
Florida executions in legal limbo
Deborah Denno in The Gainesville Sun, September 5, 2011
Feds: Hispanics comprise majority of all people sent to federal prison for committing felonies
Deborah Denno in The Washington Post, September 6, 2011
Cigarette Warning Labels and Compelled Speech
Abner S. Greene on Bloomberg Law Radio Show, September 7, 2011
Death Warrant Revives Execution Debate
Deborah Denno in GPB News, September 7, 2011
Las cárceles de Estados Unidos, llenas de latinos
Deborah Denno in BBC Mundo, September 8, 2011
Hacktivism, Anonymity, and Privacy
Olivier Sylvain in Concurring Opinions (blog), September 10, 2011
Tips From the Bench
Adjunct Professor Victor Olds in The New York Law Journal, September 12, 2011
Question of Bevilacqua's competence presents unusual legal situation
James A. Cohen in The Philadelphia Inquirer, September 12, 2011
New Center on National Security Launched at Fordham Law School
Karen J. Greenberg in CityBizList, September 13, 2011
3 years on, Lehman on path to exit bankruptcy
Carl Felsenfeld in Reuters, September 14, 2011
Why Rogue Traders Get Jail But Bad Execs Get A Pension
Adjunct Professor Barry Temkin in Forbes, September 15, 2011
The New Spectrum Scarcity
Olivier Sylvain in Concurring Opinions (blog), September 16, 2011
Oil spill report boosts case against BP, others
Howard Erichson in Reuters, September 16, 2011
Baseball clubs value road-weary scouts more highly than Hollywood suggests
Student Will Kuntz in am New York, September 22, 2011
Analysis: High-profile Davis execution raises questions
Deborah Denno on WHNT, September 22, 2011
Earthquakes, Irene And Elections
Jerry H. Goldfeder in The Capitol, September 26, 2011
Restyled Rules of Evidence
Daniel Capra in The Third Branch (blog), September 26, 2011
Florida execution: drug firm protests to governor over lethal injection
Deborah Denno in The Guardian (UK), September 27, 2011
Drug maker urges Florida NOT to use its product in execution scheduled for 3pm today
Deborah Denno in The Daily Mail (UK), September 28, 2011
Proving Barbara Sheehan Murdered Ex-Cop Husband May Be Uphill Battle
James Cohen in Tmcnet.com, September 28, 2011
Why You Shouldn't Take Notes on Terrorist Plots
Karen J. Greenberg in MotherJones, September 29, 2011
Should Regulators Treat Google Like Standard & Poor's?
Mark R. Patterson in Forbes, September 29, 2011
Obama Tax Reforms are Misguided
Constantine Katsoris in The Hill, September 30, 2011
Legal experts: Loughner's only defense is insanity
James A. Cohen in Associated Press, October 2, 2011
Insight: Gucci, Tiffany target Chinese banks
Mark Allen Cohen in Reuters, October 4, 2011
Deadly Journalism
Thane Rosenbaum in The Jewish Week, October 4, 2011
Karen Greenberg, Author, The Least Worst Place
Karen Greenberg in PressTV, October 5, 2011
Karen Greenberg, Author, The Least Worst Place
Karen Greenberg on PressTV, October 5, 2011
Can the Obama administration stop Alabama's immigration law?
Deborah Denno in The Christian Science Monitor, October 7, 2011
A Judge’s Education, a Sentence at a Time
Hon. Denny Chin '78 in The New York Times, October 7, 2011
Judge's sharp rebuke on FDNY bias contrasts with ruling
Tanya Hernandez in Reuters, October 7, 2011
Dissenting Often, State’s Chief Judge Establishes a Staunchly Liberal Record
Bruce Green in The New York Times, October 9, 2011
Window Opening On Nazi Prosecutions
Thane Rosenbaum in The Jewish Week, October 11, 2011
On Heels of Brooklyn Arrest, A Look at How to Catch an Attacker
James Cohen in WNYC, October 13, 2011
Urban Outfitters And The Navajo Nation: What Does The Law Say?
Susan Scafidi in Jezebel, October 13, 2011
Fla. lawmaker files bill to bring back firing squads
Deborah Denno in msnbc.com, October 13, 2011
Labor Rights, Under Republican Attack
James J. Brudney in The New York Times, October 13, 2011
The FBI sting in the tail of the Saudi ambassador 'assassination plot'
Karen Greenberg in The Guardian, October 13, 2011
What’s Next for the Urban Outfitters Navajo Case?
Susan Scafidi in Indian Country Today Media Network.com, October 14, 2011
Analysis: Iran case a sign of drugs agency's new role
Karen Greenberg in Reuters, October 14, 2011
Analysis: Iran case a sign of US drugs agency's new role
Karen Greenberg in The Jerusalem Post, October 15, 2011
UPDATE 6-BP gets $4 bln from Anadarko for oil spill costs
Howard Erichson in Reuters, October 17, 2011
Rosenberg Boys Appear at ‘Daniel’ Screening
Forum Film Festival in Tablet, October 17, 2011
Oliver Stone Faces Down Wall Street
the Forum Film Festival in New York Times Dealbook, October 17, 2011
Detroit Beats New York, in Baseball and in Terror Trials
Karen J. Greenberg in The New York Times City Room, October 18, 2011
BofA seeks to oust AIG law firm from $10 billion case
James A. Cohen in Reuters, October 18, 2011
Preet Bharara on a prosecutor's 'descent to hell,' and, unrelated, how prosecutors can seek higher office
Thane Rosenbaum in Capital New York, October 19, 2011
Urban Outfitters Gets Rid Of All Its ‘Navajo’ Products
Susan Scafidi in Jezebel, October 19, 2011
O.W.S. taking a physical toll on the NYPD
James Cohen in Downtown Express, October 19, 2011
Heard Around Town
Fordham Law School in City Hall News, October 19, 2011
Watching “Kramer vs. Kramer” and Discussing Law
Fordham Law School's Forum on Law, Culture, and Society and Thane Rosenbaum in New York Law School, October 24, 2011
PETA lawsuit seeks to expand animal rights
Nicholas Johnson in The Herald, October 25, 2011
Tiffany & Co. Backs Christian Louboutin in Red Trademark Case
Susan Scafidi in Women's Wear Daily , October 25, 2011
Killer whales have ‘constitutional rights?’
Nicholas Johnson in The Charleston Gazette, October 26, 2011
PETA Sues SeaWorld for 'Enslaving' Whales, Citing 13th Amendment That Ended Black Slavery
Nicholas Johnson in Seattle Weekly, October 26, 2011
The Financial Crisis: Would That it Were So Clear
Forum Film Festival in Economist, October 27, 2011
Selling Pieces of Law Firms to Investors
Silvia Hodges in The New York Times, October 28, 2011
Obama's illegal-immigrant crackdown fills prisons with Hispanics
Deborah Denno in The Christian Science Monitor, October 28, 2011
Rosenberg Sons Revisit Secretive Past: Orphans Unhappy at Film Based on Parents Executed as Spies
Thane Rosenbaum in The Jewish Daily Forward, October 28, 2011
Can Uniqlo's Clever Clothes Refashion the U.S. Retail Market?
Susan Scafidi in Daily Finance, October 29, 2011
Tiffany even behind the Louboutin red soled shoes
Susan Scafidi in Artiklar, October 31, 2011
Ready to Wear: The Fight Over Red is Really Just about the Colour of Money
Susan Scafidi in The Independent, October 31, 2011
Company news: Trustwave appoints Leo Cole as chief marketing officer, and other personnel moves and acquisitions
Karen Greenberg in SC Magazine, November 1, 2011
Former NJ Governor Corzine Steps Down at MF Global
Steven Thel in WNYC News, November 3, 2011
Pursuing a Piracy Claim Against Apple
Jeanne C. Fromer in The New York Times, November 4, 2011
Pursuing a Piracy Claim Against Apple
Jeanne C. Fromer in Tuscaloosa News, November 4, 2011
$9M richer, informant unmasks himself at NY trial
Karen Greenberg in The Associated Press, November 6, 2011
$9M richer, informant unmasks himself at NY trial
Karen Greenberg in The Associated Press, November 6, 2011
Louis Vuitton and Fame Appeal!
Susan Scafidi in Fame Appeal, November 7, 2011
HRP Alumna Chi Mgbako Named to “Minority 40 Under 40″ List
Chi Mgbako in International Human Rights Clinic, November 8, 2011
Fashion Law Bloggers Fashion Cloture, Fame Appeal Attend Fordham’s FLI Law and the Little Black Dress Event
Susan Scafidi in Uduak Law Firm, November 9, 2011
Ohio union victory boosts Obama's hopes for 2012
James Brudney in Reuters, November 9, 2011
NYPD copes with spate of corruption allegations
James A. Cohen in The Wall Street Journal, November 9, 2011
Guatemalteco gana 9 millones de dólares como informante en EEUU
Karen Greenberg in MSN, November 9, 2011
NYPD copes with spate of corruption allegations
James A. Cohen in The Associated Press, November 9, 2011
Ohio union victory boosts Obama's hopes for 2012
Professor James Brudney in Reuters, November 9, 2011
‘Ethical’ diamonds panel to take place in NYC
The Fashion Institute at Fordham Law School in National Jeweler, November 10, 2011
Corduroy Fans Prepare for the Fabric’s Day of All Days
Joseph Blake Winston IV in The New York Times, November 10, 2011
New head nominated for NJ Board of Public Utilities
Alumnus Robert Hanna in NorthJersey.com, November 10, 2011
Gov. Christie nominates BPU President Lee Solomon to Superior Court judgeship
Alumnus Robert Hanna in Newsroom Jersey, November 10, 2011
With no end in sight, Guantanamo work goes on
Karen Greenberg in Yahoo News, November 11, 2011
With no end in sight, Guantanamo work goes on
Karen Greenberg in The New Age, November 11, 2011
Penn State’s Tragedy Enabled by Coaches and Others Who Looked Away
Thane Rosenbaum in The Daily Beast, November 12, 2011
Penn State: If Joe Paterno hasn't been charged, why did he hire a lawyer?
James Cohen in The Christian Science Monitor, November 14, 2011
Handing Up the Client in Self-Defense
Joel Cohen in Law.com, November 14, 2011
Penn State: If Joe Paterno hasn't been charged, why did he hire a lawyer?
James A. Cohen in The Christian Science Monitor, November 14, 2011
Fake terror plots, paid informants: the tactics of FBI 'entrapment' questioned
Karen Greenberg in The Guardian (UK), November 16, 2011
New York Family Courts Say Keep Out, Despite Order
Leah Hill in The New York Times, November 17, 2011
Summary Judgments for Nov. 18
Leah Hill in Thomson Reuters News and Insight, November 18, 2011
Expert witness fights ruling in Morgan Keegan case
Constantine Katsoris '57 in Reuters, November 18, 2011
Police: Robert Wagner not a suspect in new probe of Natalie Wood's death
Annemarie McAvoy in CNN.com, November 18, 2011
Behind execution of Gary Haugen, controversy swirls around the drugs used and who administers them
Deborah Denno in The Oregonian, November 19, 2011
Jose Pimentel's Arrest a Timely Reminder That Terror Threat Is Still Very Real
Karen Greenberg on Fox News, November 21, 2011
12 Angry Men Blu-ray Review
Thane Rosenbaum in Bigpicturebigsound.com, November 21, 2011
Can 'lone wolf' terror suspect claim entrapment? It will be hard to prove
Karen Greenberg in The Christian Science Monitor, November 22, 2011
U.S. Secret Service joins investigation into Syracuse University associate head basketball coach Bernie Fine
James Cohen in Syracuse.com, November 25, 2011
DA-police feud turns Bernie Fine investigation "into a circus," experts say
James Cohen in Syracuse.com, November 27, 2011
Diane von Furstenberg, Liz Claiborne: designer greats, different fates
Susan Scafidi in Crains New York, November 27, 2011
On indefinite detention of terror suspects, Obama’s as much to blame as Bush: He compromised and capitulated instead of sticking to principle
Karen Greenberg in The Daily News, December 1, 2011
Switch to federal jurisdiction for Bernie Fine investigation could mean stiffer penalties, no chance for plea bargain
James Cohen in Syracuse.com, December 1, 2011
Switch to federal jurisdiction for Bernie Fine investigation could mean stiffer penalties, no chance for plea bargain
James Cohen in Syracuse.com, December 1, 2011
Copyright Infringement Defendants Turn the Table on Righthaven
Jeffrey Neuburger on PBS, December 1, 2011
Proving Segal Wrong: Exhibit 1, John Pfaff
John Pfaff in Simple Justice (blog), December 2, 2011
Proving Segal Wrong: Exhibit 1, John Pfaff
John Pfaff in Simple Justice (Blog), December 2, 2011
Fosamax Settlement Closer in Federal Jaw Litigation
John Feerick in Injuryboard Blog Network, December 2, 2011
Women's Rights Advocates Denounce Arrest for Self-Abortion
James Cohen and Deborah Denno on WNYC, December 2, 2011
Churches Holding Services in New York City Public Schools
Abner S. Greene on WFUV, December 5, 2011
Majority of Law Schools Post Higher Pass Rates for July Exam
Dean Michael M. Martin in New York Law Journal, December 5, 2011
FBI 'entrapment' tactics questioned in web of phony terror plots and paid informants
Karen Greenberg in Naturalnews.com, December 5, 2011
Another Woman Charged With “Self Abortion”
James Cohen in Care2, December 6, 2011
Is Israel Responsible For The Occupy Crackdowns?
Karen Greenberg in MotherJones, December 7, 2011
Federal Law Does Not Block Action by Car Buyer, State Panel Finds
Elizabeth Maresca and Marcella Silverman in The New York Law Journal, December 7, 2011
Enduring the torture UU topic
Karen Greenberg in St. Augustine, December 8, 2011
What happened to the “up-tick” rule?
Constantine Katsoris '57 in The Hill's Congress blog, December 8, 2011
Legal experts say Onondaga County District Attorney William Fitzpatrick overstepped his boundaries
James Cohen in Syracuse.com, December 9, 2011
Beyond Guantánamo, a Web of Prisons for Terrorism Inmates
Karen J. Greenberg in The New York Times, December 10, 2011
Newburgh Four: poor, black, and jailed under FBI 'entrapment' tactics
Karen J. Greenberg in The Guardian (UK), December 12, 2011
How terrorist 'entrapment' ensnares us all
Karen J. Greenberg in The Guardian (UK) , December 12, 2011
Clinic cancels move, but questions remain
Joseph Perillo in Downtown Express, December 14, 2011
In Push For Data, Schools Expose Students To Identity Theft
Joel Reidenberg in The Huffington Post, December 15, 2011
Police Abuse of Sex Workers: A Global Reality, Widely Ignored
Chi Mgbako in RH Reality Check, December 15, 2011
Number of death sentences hits a 35-year low
Deborah Denno in USA Today, December 15, 2011
Red Hot
Susan Scafidi in Financial Times, December 16, 2011
Judge: Former FEC members might testify for Edwards
Jerry Goldfeder in Newsobserver.com, December 17, 2011
Criminalization of prostitution as a violation of sex workers’ health rights
Chi Mgbako in IntLawGrrls , December 17, 2011
Chicago Fake-Bomb Suspect to Change Plea to Guilty in Deal with Federal Prosecutors
Karen J. Greenberg in Washington Post, December 20, 2011
Marketers Wake Up To The Power Of Post 50 Pocketbooks
Susan Scafidi in The Huffington Post, December 21, 2011
Mehanna Conviction Stirs Outcry on Rights
Karen J. Greenberg in Boston Globe, December 22, 2011
California executions remain in everlasting limbo
Deborah Denno in San Jose Mercury News, December 26, 2011
Appeals Court Puts Citi, SEC Trial Back On Ice
Steven Thel in Forbes, December 28, 2011
A Judge Who Reshaped the Corporate Landscape
Hon. Arthur J. Gonzalez '82 in The New York Times Dealbook (blog), December 29, 2011
For N.F.L., Concussion Suits May Be Test for Sport Itself
Mark Conrad in The New York Times, December 29, 2011