2013 Archives

Corporations vs Employees - Little Justice in Internal Investigations
Bruce Green in Forbes, January 2, 2013
Corporations vs Employees - Little Justice in Internal Investigations
Bruce Green in Forbes, January 2, 2013
How To Spot A Knock-Off Designer Handbag
Susan Scafidi in Business Insider, January 2, 2013
State of Pennsylvania to sue NCAA over Penn State sanctions
Mark Conrad in Alaska Dispatch, January 3, 2013
Judicial Review for Enemy Fighters? Andrew Kent on the Quirin Case
Andrew Kent in Lawfare (blog), January 4, 2013
A Subway Murder and the ‘Islamophobia’ Industry
Haroon Moghul in PJ Media , January 4, 2013
Brudney & Baum on Dictionary Use by the Supreme Court
Lawrence Baum in Legal Theory Blog, January 4, 2013
Census might make “Hispanic” a race
Tanya Hernandez in NBC Latino, January 4, 2013
What Direction for Legal Reform under Xi Jinping
Carl Minzner in China Brief (Jamestown Foundation), January 4, 2013
Legacy of Notre Dame star Peter Demmerle, who died of Lou Gehrig's disease, will be rekindled with BCS championship vs. Alabama on horizon
Peter Demmerle (deceased 2007) in The Daily News, January 5, 2013
Mohamed Mohamud Trial Set: Christmas Tree-Lighting Bomb Plot Suspect Gets Day In Court
Karen J. Greenberg in The Huffington Post, January 6, 2013
Sen. Dianne Feinstein's Gun-Control Firebomb
Nicholas Johnson in Sunshine State News, January 7, 2013
In-house counsel spring into action
Alumna Theresa Mohan '90 in The National Law Journal, January 7, 2013
The Statement and Account Clause and Citizens United: Part I
Alumnus Joseph Marren '79 in Jurist, January 9, 2013
How 'Zero Dark Thirty' Brought Back the Bush Administration
Karen Greenberg in The Nation, January 10, 2013
Guantanamo Detainees On 'Zero Dark Thirty': Filmmakers 'Getting Away With' & 'Justifying' Torture
Karen Greenberg in The Huffington Post, January 10, 2013
African Voices of Legal Empowerment
Chi Mgbako in The Huffington Post, January 10, 2013
Bank Attacker Iran Ties Questioned By Security Pros
Karen Greenberg in Information Week (Security), January 10, 2013
The Best Defense in Football
Anastasia Danias '98 in Marie Claire , January 10, 2013
'Zero Dark Thirty,' the CIA and 'enhanced interrogation techniques'
Karen Greenberg in MSNBC News, January 11, 2013
Edelstein on Bigelow’s Defense of Zero Dark Thirty’s Torture
Karen Greenberg in Vulture, January 11, 2013
Ed Koch Documentary and Plenty More at the New York Jewish Film Festival
Thane Rosenbaum in The Huffington Post, January 14, 2013
Dead Sea Scrolls Go to Court: A brilliant young Harvard Ph.D. faces jail for impersonating a Bible scholar—and rival of his father
Jordan Kovnot '11 in Tablet Magazine, January 14, 2013
Guantanamo Bay Still Unresolved
Karen J. Greenberg on NPR, January 14, 2013
Gun-rights backers expect suits against NY gun law
Nicholas Johnson in The Associated Press, January 16, 2013
Presidential Sophistry
Nicholas Johnson in Library of Law and Liberty, January 17, 2013
New Blow in Art Clash of Titans
Ethan Leib in The New York Times, January 18, 2013
Glaxo Accord Said to Spur Lawyer Fight Over Fees
Howard Erichson in Bloomberg, January 19, 2013
Prosecutors seek lighter sentence for man convicted in Mumbai massacre
Karen Greenberg in The Chicago Tribune, January 22, 2013
What Should Tax Reforms Do?
Linda Sugin in The New York Times, January 23, 2013
Trust fund may help with campaign reform
Jerry Goldfeder in Times Union, January 23, 2013
Grand Central Terminal: The Book
Thane Rosenbaum in The Huffington Post, January 24, 2013
Exchange program launched
Jennifer Whitman '14 in China Daily (USA), January 25, 2013
Guns in America
Nicholas Johnson on Piers Morgan Tonight, January 25, 2013
A Bleak Anniversary for the Arab Spring
Thane Rosenbaum in The Wall Street Journal, January 27, 2013
Who are the models on Built? Style’s handyman, model series
Student Mike Keute '14 in Channel Guide Magazine , January 28, 2013
'Zero Dark Thirty' and the role of lawyers
Martha Rayner in The National Law Journal, January 28, 2013
Academic highlight: DOMA and separation of powers
Abner Greene in SCOTUSblog, January 28, 2013
View from Guantanamo: Families of 9/11 Victims Frustrated By Pace of Trials
Karen Greenberg on WNYC, January 28, 2013
The Miseducation of Danny Glover
Nicholas Johnson in Library of Law and Liberty (blog), January 28, 2013
Hofstra Law's New Dean Is School Veteran With 'Mixed' Background
Eric Lane '70 in The New York Law Journal, January 29, 2013
Dianne Feinstein to hold her own gun hearing
Nicholas Johnson in Politico, January 29, 2013
Immigration: Pros and Cons for Democrats and Republicans
Jennifer Gordon in El Diario (New York), January 29, 2013
Cabinet Picks Show A Shift In How U.S. Wages War
Karen Greenberg on NPR, January 31, 2013
A123 Systems Acquisition Triggers Security Concerns
CBLA Panel Discussion in The Epoch Times, January 31, 2013
Pfizer Disputes Zoloft Claims
Benjamin Zipursky in Drug Discovery & Development, January 31, 2013
Lawyers: NYPD's Muslim spying violates 1985 pact
Karen Greenberg in Oregon Live (The Oregonian), January 31, 2013
Q&A: Barbara Berger Opotowsky
Barbara Berger Opotowsky '71 in The New York Law Journal, February 1, 2013
Racial Discrimination in Latin America and the U.S.
Tanya Hernandez on The Queens Grapevine, February 1, 2013
The Statement and Account Clause and Citizens United: Part II
Alumnus Joseph Marren '79 in JURIST, February 2, 2013
Immigration reform: House awaits Senate action
Jennifer Gordon in azcentral.com, February 3, 2013
Dictionary: A way to define an argument
James J. Brudney in The Washington Post, February 3, 2013
Un-Corrupting Congress: A System-Changing Solution
Zephyr Teachout in MyFDL (FireDogLake), February 4, 2013
Lawyers: NYPD's Muslim spying violates 1985 pact
Karen Greenberg in ABC2 wbay.com, February 4, 2013
LEGAL SOURCING STEPS IN TO THE SPOTLIGHT: PART 2
Silvia Hodges in eSourcing Forum, February 4, 2013
Lawyers: NYPD's Muslim spying violates 1985 pact
Karen Greenberg in Bloomberg Business Week, February 4, 2013
On immigration changes, House awaits Senate's pitch
Jennifer Gordon in The Town Talk, February 4, 2013
Memo Lays Out Legal Rationale for Drone Strike that Killed American Citizen
Karen J. Greenberg on WNYC's The Takeaway, February 5, 2013
Military Arrest in Doubt as U.S. Fights Rookie Judge
Karen Greenberg in Bloomberg Businessweek, February 6, 2013
Sunday Dialogue: How to Give Families a Path Out of Poverty
Clare Huntington in The New York Times, February 9, 2013
DPAs and Corporate Governance
DPA and Corporate Goverance in Concurring Opinions, February 10, 2013
ESPN Accused in Dish Case of Giving Comcast Better Terms
Aditi Bagchi in Bloomberg.com, February 11, 2013
Alleged Sept. 11 Plotters In Court, But Lawyers Do The Talking
Karen Greenberg in NPR, February 11, 2013
Fashion faux pas: Logos as art or trademark
Fordham University's Fashion Law Institute in Crain's New York Business, February 11, 2013
Jesse Eisenberg and Thane Rosenbaum Appear at 92nd Street Y Tonight
Thane Rosenbaum in Broadway World, February 11, 2013
Procedure Expected To Bog Down Hearing For Alleged Sept. 11 Planners
Karen Greenberg in NPR, February 11, 2013
Fordham Competition Law Institute Course in Summer 2013
Fordham Competition Law Institute Course in Summer 2013 in Antitrust & Competition Policy Blog , February 11, 2013
Computer Fraud and Abuse Act: Is It Too Broad?
Jordan Kovnot '11 in WNYC, February 12, 2013
Google app store policy raises privacy concerns
Joel Reidenberg in Reuters, February 14, 2013
Burning Down a Building With a Fugitive In It: Always Illegal, Sometimes Practical
James A. Cohen in Gawker, February 14, 2013
High-stakes trial begins for 2010 Gulf oil spill
Howard Erichson in Amarillo Globe-News, February 22, 2013
Some patients won't see nurses of different race
Kimani Paul-Emile in Cleveland.com, February 22, 2013
NYPD Sued For Spying on Muslims
Karen Greenberg in Uptown Radio, February 23, 2013
Assault Weapons Ban: Constitutional Parameters of Gun Control
Nicholas Johnson in The Jurist, February 25, 2013
Poll: 87 percent say never OK to cheat on taxes
Elizabeth Maresca in U.S. News, February 26, 2013
Durbin Compares Professor’s 2nd Amendment Stance To ‘Suicide Pact’
Nicholas Johnson in Talking Points Memo, February 27, 2013
Fordham University’s new Urban Law Center hones in on city issues
Professor Nestor Davidson, Joanna Zdanys '13, and the Urban Law Center in The New York Post, February 27, 2013
Senate witness on weapons ban funded by gun lobby
Nicholas Johnson in MSNBC, February 27, 2013
Assault Weapons Ban
Nicholas Johnson in C-Span Video Library, February 27, 2013
Company Brands Risk Art Parody, Intellectual Property Infringement
Susan Scafidi in Nightly Business Report, February 27, 2013
Neil Heslin, Father Of Newtown Victim, Testifies At Senate Assault Weapons Ban Hearing
Nicholas Johnson in Huffington Post (Politics) , February 27, 2013
Former FDIC Chairperson Sheila C. Bair to Deliver the Inaugural Fred Dunbar Memorial Lecture in Law and Economics at Fordham Law School
Fordham Law School in Benzinga, February 28, 2013
Plea for a ban on assault weapons
Nicholas Johnson in ABC News, February 28, 2013
Nutter seeks high court's OK to impose his terms on city workers
James Brudney in philly.com, March 1, 2013
Getting Scholarship Into Court Project
Deborah Denno in NACDL's Champion Magazine, March 1, 2013
Assessing U.S. Drone Strike Policies
Karen Greenberg in Council on Foreign Relations, March 1, 2013
Jesse Eisenberg and Vanessa Redgrave in Post-Holocaust Play
Thane Rosenbaum in Huffington Post, March 1, 2013
Web Privacy Becomes a Business Imperative
Joel Reidenberg in The New York Times, March 3, 2013
In vowing to appeal trial defeat, Johnson & Johnson follows well-worn path
Benjamin Zipursky in NJ.com, March 4, 2013
Fordham Law Studies Policy Toward Immigrant Children
Feerick Center for Social Justice in The New York Law Journal, March 4, 2013
Martha Stewart defends J.C. Penney deal in Macy's trial
Susan Scafidi in Reuters , March 5, 2013
Chaim Potok's Asher Lev Still Lives
Thane Rosenbaum in Huffington Post, March 7, 2013
Google Under Pressure in E.U.
Joel Reidenberg in CCTV America, March 7, 2013
Should the U.S. Adopt European-Style Data-Privacy Protections?
Joel Reidenberg in The Wall Street Journal, March 8, 2013
Obama Team Stops Saying 'Global War On Terror' But Doesn't Stop Waging It
Karen Greenberg in Alabama Public Radio, March 11, 2013
Likes Can Tell the Story of Your Life
Joel Reidenberg in Tech News World, March 12, 2013
Legal Battle Over Limits on Sugary Drinks May Outlast Mayor’s Tenure
Nestor Davidson in NY Times, March 12, 2013
Soda-Popcalypse
Nestor Davidson on The Brian Lehrer Show (WNYC), March 12, 2013
Ma'Lik Richmond, Steubenville Rape Suspect, To Speak Out In '20/20' Interview
Deborah Denno in The Huffington Post, March 12, 2013
N.Y. police officer found guilty of plot to kidnap, eat women
James Cohen in Yakima Herald, March 13, 2013
Osama Bin Laden's Son-In-Law Turns War On Terror Into War On Confusion
Thane Rosenbaum in Forbes, March 15, 2013
‘Price is Right’ Lawsuit Overturned After Model Awarded $8.5 Million
Susan Scafidi in The Epoch Times, March 17, 2013
Melissa Harris-Perry Koch Brothers and the billionaire takeover
Zephyr Teachout on MSNBC, March 17, 2013
Back on Campus to Experience Road Not Taken
Richard Hendrix '14 in The New York Times, March 18, 2013
Gun Control Debate Amongst African-Americans Involves Complicated History
Nicholas Johnson in Huffington Post, March 18, 2013
THE DARK AGES
Karen Greenberg in The New Yorker, March 18, 2013
Former Pentagon Counsel Skeptical on Targeted Killing Court
Fordham Law School in Gavel Grab, March 19, 2013
Stop and Frisk Federal Trial Begins
Ian Weinstein on The Brian Lehrer Show (WNYC), March 19, 2013
Striking Down Bloomberg’s Soda Ban: A Matter of Law, Not Activism
Aaron Saiger in United Liberty, March 19, 2013
Today's Headlines and Commentary
Fordham Law School in Lawfare Blog, March 19, 2013
Reform is the best the plaintiffs can hope for in stop-and-frisk case
Ian Weinstein in NY Daily News, March 19, 2013
Privacy & Employment in the Digital Society
Center on Law and Information Policy on CSPAN, March 19, 2013
Don’t Forget Chen Guangcheng’s Fight Against Forced Abortions in China
Martin Flaherty in Life News, March 19, 2013
NLRB sees strong uptick in social media cases
Fordham Law Schook in Workplace Choice, March 20, 2013
'Assassins' Aim to Reinvent Law
The Corporate Law Center and the Stein Center in Law Technology News, March 20, 2013
Piercing the Political Veil: Disclosure of Corporate Spending
Jerry Goldfeder in New York Law Journal, March 20, 2013
Finding Bliss in Virtual Lawyering
The Stein Center and the Corporate Law Center in Law Technology News, March 21, 2013
Wright & Ginsburg on Antitrust Goals
Fordham Law in Legal Theory Blog, March 21, 2013
In the Wait for Peace, At Least Allow Basic Access to Water
Fordham Law Student Rebecca Iwerks '13 in Huffington Post, March 22, 2013
After Decade Of Detention, Guantanamo Prisoners Go On Hunger Strike
Karen Greenberg on All Things Considered (NPR), March 22, 2013
Tory Burch sues another copycat
Susan Scafidi in Crain's New York Business, March 26, 2013
The Tough Questions in the Supreme Court's Prop. 8 Case, and What They Mean
Joseph Landau in The Stranger, March 26, 2013
Eye for an Eye: The Case for Revenge
Thane Rosenbaum in The Chronicle, March 26, 2013
Searching for an Execution Drug
Deborah Denno on Colorado Public Radio, March 26, 2013
Elizabeth Cooper Appears on NY1
Elizabeth Cooper in New York 1, March 27, 2013
The Justices' Most Pressing Questions about the Defense of Marriage Act
Joseph Landau in The Stranger, March 27, 2013
Arguments to begin over Defense of Marriage Act
Elizabeth Cooper in CBS News, March 27, 2013
Defense of Marriage Act
Elizabeth Cooper in CBS News, March 28, 2013
Legally Mandate Wage Transparency
Tanya Hernandez in The New York Times, March 31, 2013
Somali seen as test case for terror suspects
Karen Greenberg in The Bulletin, March 31, 2013
More unpaid interns say they want to be compensated
James Brudney in The ABA Journal, April 1, 2013
So, Who Can We Kill?
Fordham University in Time, April 1, 2013
Law Schools Step In to Help War Veterans
Fordham Law School in The Wall Street Journal, April 1, 2013
Ex-wife of Rockefeller impostor testifies
James Cohen in Ventura County Star, April 2, 2013
New Law Against Fakes in N.Y. in Works
Susan Scafidi in Women's Wear Daily, April 8, 2013
Cuomo calls for overhaul of New York's ethics laws but offers no details
John Feerick in The Saratogian, April 8, 2013
Payback: The Case for Revenge
Thane Rosenbaum in Publishers Weekly, April 8, 2013
Where ‘An Eye for An Eye’ Should be the Letter of the Law
Thane Rosenbaum in Smithsonian.com, April 8, 2013
Op-Ed: The Nonexistent Line Between Justice And Revenge
Thane Rosenbaum on NPR, April 8, 2013
Osama Bin Laden's Son-In-Law Set To Appear In N.Y. Court
Karen J. Greenberg on NPR, April 8, 2013
The Statement and Account Clause and Caperton: Part I
Alumnus Joseph Marren '79 in The Jurist, April 8, 2013
Bair: ‘Living Will’ Plans Are Key to Ending Too-Big-to-Fail
Corporate Law Center Speaker Sheila Bair in The Wall Street Journal, April 9, 2013
Improve Voter Turnout By Modernizing New York’s Election Law
Jerry Goldfeder in City Land, April 9, 2013
Bair Says SEC Killed Breakup Study
Fordham Law School in The Street, April 9, 2013
Uh-Oh: Buying A Knockoff Might Cost You More Than The Real Thing
Susan Scafidi in Refinery 29, April 10, 2013
Fashion's 'Apple Vs. Samsung': Spanx Patent War Could Change How Brands Fight Copycats
Susan Scafidi in Forbes , April 10, 2013
Staffers bailing on Hollerin’ Halloran
Ian Weinstein in Queens Chronicle, April 11, 2013
Fake Luxury Goods: How To Spot
Susan Scafidi in ABC News, April 11, 2013
Malcolm Smith facing big legal, political challenges
Ian Weinstein in Queens Chronicle, April 11, 2013
The Furtive Tax
Linda Sugin in The New York Times, April 13, 2013
California's dormant death penalty system faces another legal test
Deborah Denno in The Oakland Tribune, April 14, 2013
AP Exclusive: Likely tax cheats flock South, West
Elizabeth Maresca in The Associated Press, April 15, 2013
Why Do We Want Revenge?
Thane Rosenbaum in The Tablet, April 16, 2013
No Arrests, Suspects, or Motive Yet in Boston Bombing; Three Dead, Over 100 Wounded; Eyewitness Reports of Boston Bombing Coming In
Karen Greenberg on CNN, April 16, 2013
Obama talks Marathon Bombing; Saving Lives in Boston; Search for Boston Bombing Suspect, Motive.
Karen Greenberg on CNN, April 16, 2013
Experts: Bombers wanted notoriety, maximum damage
Annemarie McAvoy in USA Today, April 16, 2013
Forensics investigators decode the Boston bombings
Karen Greenberg in BBC News (US & Canada), April 17, 2013
New Report Confirms Torture at Guantanamo Bay
Karen Greenberg on The Takeaway, April 17, 2013
A Defense Of Vengeance
Thane Rosenbaum in The Dish (blog), April 17, 2013
Reconstructing bombs first step in finding bomber, experts say
Karen Greenberg in The Chicago Tribune, April 17, 2013
The Statement and Account Clause and Caperton: Part II
Alumnus Joseph Marren '79 in The Jurist, April 18, 2013
Boston marathon: Obama vows bombers will face justice
Karen Greenberg in BBC News, April 18, 2013
What the Guantanamo Hunger Strike is About
Karen Greenberg on WNYC's Brian Lehrer Show, April 18, 2013
Gun Control Advocates are Playing Chess
Nicholas Johnson in Liberty Law Blog, April 18, 2013
Were Boston Bombers Lone Wolves or Long Arm of al-Qaida?
Karen Greenberg in National Journal, April 19, 2013
CMM Wins Against Agape Brokers Agape World victims win $4.1 million judgment
Alumnus Joe Campolo '97 in Long Island Business News, April 19, 2013
Does revenge help anyone?
Thane Rosenbaum in Salon, April 21, 2013
Republican lawmakers urge Obama administration to try surviving Boston bombing suspect as an enemy combatant
Karen Greenberg in The New York Post, April 21, 2013
Jump in M&A Activity Increases Opportunities for Graduates
Sean Griffith in The New York Law Journal, April 22, 2013
Chechnya conflict an incubator for Islamic militants around the world
Karen Greenberg in NBC News, April 22, 2013
Overturn US anti-prostitution pledge to support sex workers and combat HIV
Chi Mgbako in The Guardian (UK), April 22, 2013
Details Emerge on Charges Against Boston Bombing Suspect
Thane Rosenbaum on CBS, April 22, 2013
The Brothers Tsarnaev
Karen Greenberg on On Point, April 22, 2013
Sheila Foster Named to 50 Under 50 List
Sheila Foster in Lawyers of Color magazine, April 22, 2013
Boston Marathon Bombings Suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Charged With Using A Weapon Of Mass Destruction In Hospital Room
Thane Rosenbaum in Latinos Post, April 22, 2013
Deciphering Foreign Versus Domestic Terrorism
Karen Greenberg on NPR, April 23, 2013
Was Fake AP Terror Tweet a Criminal Act?
Joel Reidenberg in CNBC, April 23, 2013
Public defender takes on big task in Boston bombing case
Thane Rosenbaum in Reuters, April 24, 2013
Ties that blind? Family connections can be key in journey down terrorism path
Karen Greenberg in MSNBC News, April 25, 2013
Small Potatoes, Not: Suit Alleges OPEC-like Tuber Cartel
Mark Patterson in ABC News, April 25, 2013
Fordham's New LL.M. Focuses on International Disputes
Fordham Law School in The New York Law Journal, April 26, 2013
Education Data: Privacy Backlash Begins
Joel Reidenberg in Information Week, April 26, 2013
A lack of alternatives binds Obama, U.S. to Guantanamo
Karen Greenberg on Minnesota Public Radio, April 29, 2013
Terrorism : A Family Affair
Karen Greenberg on Talk 910 KKSF AM, April 30, 2013
Callout From Experts: Be More Transparent
Fashion Law Institute in Women's Wear Daily, April 30, 2013
Second Trial of Code Ace Cleared
James Cohen in The Wall Street Journal, April 30, 2013
Gil Gross 4-30-13 Hr3
Karen Greenberg on Talk 910 KKSF AM, April 30, 2013
Friends Land in Jail After Dumping Bomb Suspect Backpack
James Cohen in Bloomberg, May 1, 2013
CBS 2 Investigation: Beware Of Domestic Drones — The High-Flying Spies
Joel Reidenberg on CBS New York, May 1, 2013
Obama Reiterates Promise to Close Guantanamo Bay
Karen Greenberg on WNYC, May 1, 2013
How Your Addiction To Fast Fashion Kills
Susan Scafidi in BuzzFeed, May 2, 2013
Guantanamo Bay prison's five myths
Karen Greenburg in The Register Citizen, May 5, 2013
Our Right to Revenge After the Boston Attacks
Thane Rosenbaum in The Daily Beast, May 6, 2013
Billy Bragg at Town Hall, Dancing on Margaret Thatcher's Grave
Thane Rosenbaum in The Huffington Post, May 6, 2013
Obama's Prisoners at Guantanamo
Martha Rayner in The Wall Street Journal, May 7, 2013
Obama May Pick Twitter Lawyer for Privacy Post
Joel Reidenberg in TechNewsWorld, May 8, 2013
ATM robberies -- the hard vs. easy methods
Joel Reidenberg in USA Today, May 10, 2013
Explainer: A Murder Charge in the Cleveland Kidnapping Case?
Deborah Denno on The Brian Lehrer Show (WNYC), May 10, 2013
Could Ariel Castro be tried for murder? Case would be unprecedented.
Deborah Denno in The Christian Science Monitor , May 10, 2013
Can Boston bombing suspect get a fair trial if public thinks he confessed?
James Cohen in The Christian Science Monitor, May 10, 2013
The Saturday Night Special
Nicholas Johnson in Liberty Law Blog, May 12, 2013
“24″ returns: Is Dick Cheney programming Fox?
Karen Greenberg in Salon, May 13, 2013
Ethical Questions Surround Bloomberg Data Breach
Joel Reidenberg on CNBC, May 13, 2013
Supreme Court sides with Monsanto in major patent case
Mark Patterson in USA Today, May 13, 2013
Monsanto: The Behemoth That Controls 90 Percent of Soybean Production
Mark Patterson in Marketplace, May 13, 2013
A Conflict Is Seen in a Review of a Detective’s Conduct
Bruce Green in The New York Times, May 15, 2013
Boilerplate Symposium V: Ethan Leib on the Fetishization of Consent
Ethan J. Leib in ContractsProf Blog, May 15, 2013
Wal-Mart, Gap skirt the issue
James Brudney in The Los Angeles Times, May 17, 2013
Fordham Law Professor Reidenberg: Bloomberg Scandal Has Wider Implications
Joel Reidenberg on Newsmax, May 17, 2013
Bahara Paints World of Crime for Law Grads
on WNYC, May 19, 2013
Bearing Witness at Terrorism Trials
Karen J. Greenberg in The New York Times, May 19, 2013
More Often, Nonlawyers Try Taste of Law School
Toni M. Fine in the Wall Street Journal, May 19, 2013
Troubling Questions in Health Act
Jacqueline Nolan-Haley in The Times Union, May 20, 2013
Closing Arguments in Stop and Frisk Trial
Ian Weinstein on WNYC, May 20, 2013
Court Case Winds Down In New York's Stop-And-Frisk Challenge
Ian Weinstein on NPR, May 20, 2013
What the Western World Can Learn from the Prophet Muhammad: Haroon Moghul at TEDxColumbiaCollege
Haroon Moghul on TEDxTalks, May 21, 2013
Power Lawyers: How 'Star Wars' Nerds Sold Lucasfilms to Disney
Alumnus Brian McCarthy '78 in the Hollywood Reporter, May 22, 2013
Discussion about President Obama's speech
Karen J. Greenberg on Charlie Rose, May 23, 2013
How In-Depth Knowledge of Star Wars Paid Off for Lawyers at Skadden
Alumnus Brian McCarthy '78 in ABA Journal, May 23, 2013
This Weekend on Ring of Fire Radio!
Karen Greenberg on Ring of Fire Radio, May 24, 2013
Debating the future of Guantanamo Bay
Karen Greenberg on Radio Times, May 29, 2013
Tom Cruise Defends Daughter in What Is Shaping Up as Valkyrie III
Thane Rosenbaum in The Huffington Post, May 29, 2013
Why Obama Wants To Change The Key Law In The Terrorism Fight
Karen Greenberg on KPBS, May 29, 2013
Non-Lawyers May Be Given Role in Closing 'Justice Gap'
Feerick Center Board Chair Fern Schair in The New York Law Journal, May 29, 2013
The Bad Gun Dumpster
Nicholas J. Johnson in Liberty Law Blog, May 30, 2013
Mississippi’s First-Ever Medical-Legal Partnership to empower people living with HIV/AIDS
Marni von Wilpert '11 in Mississippi Center for Justice, May 30, 2013
Abercrombie Isn't Alone: A Look at Other Brands That Have Shunned Consumer Segments
Susan Scafidi in Forbes, May 31, 2013
Stan Chesley Part IV: The Case That Would End it All
Howard Erichson on WCPO, May 31, 2013
In recess appointments case, Supreme Court looks at an article of the Constitution: ‘the’
Student Alex Wolf '14 in The Washington Post, June 2, 2013
John Tuturro's Master Class in The Master Builder
Thane Rosenbaum in The Huffington Post, June 3, 2013
Companies Battle Cyberattacks Using 'Hack Back'
Joel Reidenberg on CNBC, June 4, 2013
A New York Landmark Moves Toward an I.P.O. Despite Legal Appeals
Steve Thel in The New York Times, June 4, 2013
Chris Christie's choice: duty or politics
Ethan J. Leib in The Los Angeles Times, June 5, 2013
Report: Verizon Phone Records Seized
Karen Greenberg on CNN, June 6, 2013
Judges: Law Clinic's Work Worth More Than Peanuts
Leah Hill and Clinic Students in The National Law Journal, June 6, 2013
PRISM Data Transfers Done Conservatively
Joel Reidenberg in USA Today, June 10, 2013
Proposed Child Model Law Stands To Have Dramatic Impact On The Fashion Industry
Susan Scafidi in Buzzfeed, June 10, 2013
New Bill Applies Child Labor Laws to Models Under 18
Susan Scafidi in New York Magazine, June 10, 2013
Payback: The Art of Revenge
Thane Rosenbaum in The Jewish Week, June 11, 2013
New Proposed Legislation Will Protect Underage Models in New York
Susan Scafidi in Shine On, June 11, 2013
U.S. Global AIDS Funding and Its Discontents: Why the Supreme Court Must Strike Down the Anti-Prostitution Pledge
Chi Mgbako in The Yale Journal of International Affairs, June 11, 2013
Forget History Channel's 'The Bible,' Meet 'Omar'
Haroon Moghul in Religion Dispatches Magazine, June 12, 2013
NYC Considers Fining Buyers of Knock-Off Goods
Susan Scafidi on ABC News, June 13, 2013
Unpaid Internships in Jeopardy After Court Ruling
Alumna Juno Turner '06 in Yahoo! News, June 13, 2013
Child Model Advocates Press for New York Law
Susan Scafidi in Womens eNews, June 13, 2013
Affirmative Action for the Racist in All of Us
Tanya Hernandez in The Huffington Post, June 14, 2013
National Security Agency: The net rips apart
Joel Reidenberg in The Financial Times, June 14, 2013
City and Clinic Spar Over Bill for Law Student Representation
Leah Hill and Family Advocacy Clinic Students in The New York Law Journal, June 18, 2013
Who Are We Keeping Safe With The Communications Decency Act’s Safe Harbor?
Joel Reidenberg in National Association of Attorneys General Summer Meeting, June 18, 2013
US states' attorneys general to take aim at Internet 'safe harbor' law
Joel Reidenberg in Tech World, June 18, 2013
U.S., Europe May Share Intelligence, But Not Privacy Rules
Joel Reidenberg on NPR, June 18, 2013
Debating Unpaid Internships after Federal Court Ruling
Aditi Bagchi in The Daily Pennsylvanian, June 19, 2013
Supreme Court Strikes Down Anti-Prostitution Pledge for US Groups
Chi Mgbako in The Nation, June 20, 2013
The Death Penalty's Slow But Seemingly Sure Decline
Deborah Denno on NPR, June 21, 2013
Fairness in Disclosure of Evidence - NJ Law Journal Board Backs Murkowski Initiative
Bruce Green in Otherwise (blog), June 24, 2013
Senate Confirms New Leader of Parole Board
Alumna Tina Stanford in New York Law Journal, June 24, 2013
BP Case Lawyer Accused of Misconduct Resigns
Howard Erichson in The Associated Press, June 24, 2013
Boston Bombings: Was Tamerlan Tsarnaev a Double Agent Recruited by the FBI?
Center on National Security in Global Research, June 24, 2013
Why Would Edward Snowden Seek Asylum in Ecuador?
Andrew Kent on NBC, June 25, 2013
What to Celebrate and Lament About the Fisher Decision
Tanya Hernandez in The National Law Journal, June 25, 2013
Advocates, Analysts Break Down DOMA Ruling
Elizabeth Cooper on NY1 News, June 26, 2013
BigLaw Attys Praise High Court's Gay Marriage Rulings
Elizabeth Cooper in Law 360, June 26, 2013
Gay Marriage: Supreme Court Sidesteps Prop 8
Elizabeth Cooper in The Wall Street Journal, June 26, 2013
A Watered-Down Vision of Equality
Tanya Hernandez in The New York Times, June 26, 2013
Prop 8 Ruling Vindicates Olson's and Boies' Risky Strategy
Elizabeth Cooper in The National Law Journal, June 26, 2013
Attys React to High Court's Affirmative Action Ruling
Robin Lenhardt in Law 360, June 26, 2013
Same Sex Marriage Decision
Joseph Landau on NBC 4 New York, June 26, 2013
Accused Boston Bomber Could Face Death
Karen Greenberg in Stratford Beacon Herald, June 27, 2013
What Exactly Would an NYPD Monitor Do?
Ian Weinstein on WNYC, June 27, 2013
High Court Makes Landmark Decisions in Same-Sex Marriage
Elizabeth Cooper on CBS News, June 27, 2013
Panel to Review Up to 50 Trial Convictions Involving a Discredited Detective
Bruce Green in The New York Times, July 1, 2013
Democracy and Distrust
Nicholas Johnson in Liberty Law Blog, July 1, 2013
Law Professor: Council ‘Stop’ Bill Will Discourage Police From Acting
James Cohen in The Chief Leader, July 1, 2013
Mike's Math on the Line: Stop-and-Frisk Ruling Coming Soon and Stats Show Mayor Bloomberg is Wrong on his Race Comments
Ian Weinstein in New York Daily News, July 2, 2013
Comics Arts Conference Brings Psychology to Comic-Con 2013
Jeff Trexler in Psychology Today, July 2, 2013
Is the Civil Rights Era Over?
Tanya Hernandez on Wisconsin Public Radio, July 5, 2013
Fatal Jabs
Deborah Denno in The International Herald Tribune, July 5, 2013
Judge Orders NFL, Retired Players to Negotiate
Marc Edelman in Tri-City Herald, July 8, 2013
The Economics of Copyright Infringement in Robert Caplin vs Perez Hilton
Britton Payne in Peta Pixel, July 8, 2013
Prof. Kassem on Al Jazeera on Conditions at Guantanamo Bay Prison
Ramzi Kassem in CUNY School of Law, July 9, 2013
Forced Feeding at Gitmo: Federal Court Hands are Tied
Karen Greenberg in The Halfway Pundit, July 9, 2013
Legal Questions after Knox Acquittal Overturned
James Cohen in The Windsor Star, July 10, 2013
U.S. Judge Rules Apple Colluded on E-Books
Mark Patterson in The Wall Street Journal, July 10, 2013
Apple Likely To Face More Lawsuits After E-Books Loss
Mark Patterson in Investors Business Daily, July 10, 2013
Past Albany Corruption Probe Had Mixed Results
John Feerick on North County Public Radio, July 10, 2013
Fordham’s Erichson on Two-Decade Rainforest Litigation
Howard Erichson on Bloomberg, July 14, 2013
Fordham’s Howard Erichson on Two-Decade Rainforest Litigation (Audio)
Howard M. Erichson on Bloomberg Law, July 14, 2013
Michael Kors Sues Costco
Susan Scafidi in Women's Wear Daily, July 15, 2013
The ROMEOWS Is Part Seinfeld, Part My Dinner With Andre
Thane Rosenbaum in The Huffington Post, July 19, 2013
Lawyers Want NH Prosecutors off Death Row Case
George Conk in Otherwise (blog), July 20, 2013
When the Patient Is Racist
Kimani Paul-Emile in The New York Times Well Blog, July 25, 2013
Where Do Drugs For Lethal Injections Come From? Few Know
Deborah Denno on NPR, July 30, 2013
Bradley Manning Verdict: Not Guilty of Aiding Enemy
Karen Greenberg on The Takeaway, July 30, 2013
US Shifts Course in Fla. Case on Whether Terror Defendants Deserve Notice of NSA Spy Data
Karen Greenberg in The Washington Post, July 31, 2013
US Shifts Course on NSA Data in US Terror Case
Karen Greenberg in WAVY.com, July 31, 2013
Snowden, Surveillance, and Fixing the NSA
Karen Greenberg on The Brian Lehrer Show (WNYC), August 1, 2013
Affirmative Action in the Americas
Tanya Hernandez in Americas Quarterly, August 1, 2013
What You Need to Know About This Week's Terror Warnings
Karen Greenberg on The Brian Lehrer Show (WNYC), August 5, 2013
Monday Morning Politics; Dating in Brooklyn; Writer and Actor Jim Rash
Karen Greenberg on The Brian Lehrer Show (WNYC), August 5, 2013
Stealth Lawyer: Chieh Huang, Social Games Developer
Alumnus Chieh Huang '08 on Bloomberg Law, August 7, 2013
What Will Come out of the Communist Party’s Polling the People Online?
Ethan J. Leib in China File, August 7, 2013
State Bar Mourns the Passing of U.S. Court of Appeals Judge Joseph M. McLaughlin
Alumnus and Former Dean Hon. Joseph M. McLaughlin '59 in Read Media, August 10, 2013
Moving Beyond Stop-and-Frisk
Adjunct Professor Bennett Capers in The New York Times, August 12, 2013
Second Circuit Senior Judge McLaughlin Dies at 80
Alumnus and Former Dean Hon. Joseph M. McLaughlin '59 in The New York Law Journal, August 12, 2013
Rule 23 Requisites Not Lower at Settlement; Discrimination Class Fails Under Dukes
Howard Erichson in Bloomberg BNA, August 15, 2013
Death Row Improvises, Lacking Lethal Mix
Deborah Denno in The New York Times, August 18, 2013
Gun Control: Illinois Law Requiring Background Checks Among 'Most Stringent'
Nicholas Johnson in The Christian Science Monitor, August 19, 2013
China’s Half-Measure on the Rule of Law
Carl Minzner in The Washington Post, August 22, 2013
Lavabit founder: 'My own tax dollars are being used to spy on me'
Karen Greenberg in The Guardian, August 22, 2013
Drug shortage threatens to hamstring state's execution reform plans
Deborah Denno in The Daily Journal, August 23, 2013
Victory in the Size-Zero War! New York Fashion Week to Show a Plus-Size Designer Label for the First Time in 70 Year History
Susan Scafidi in The Daily Mail (UK), August 29, 2013
Subcontractor Servitude
Jennifer Gordon in New York Times, September 1, 2013
Fracking Cos. Face More Costly Fights Sans Lone Pine
Howard Erichson in Law360, September 3, 2013
Is It Legal To Play In NFL Survivor Pools For Money?
Marc Edelman in Forbes, September 4, 2013
The Devil That Never Dies
Thane Rosenbaum in The Huffington Post, September 4, 2013
China's Higher Education Bubble
Carl Minzner in Caixin Online, September 5, 2013
First Plus-Size Designer Label to Show at New York Fashion Week
Susan Scafidi in TODAY.com, September 5, 2013
Gale Brewer Should Be Manhattan's Next Borough President
Thane Rosenbaum in The Huffington Post, September 6, 2013
New York Fashion Week Welcomes its First Plus-Sized Designer, Eden Miller
Susan Scafidi in The Daily News, September 6, 2013
Podcast: Great Vengeance and Furious Anger
Thane Rosenbaum in Virtual Memories, September 7, 2013
Podcast: Great Vengeance and Furious Anger
Thane Rosenbaum in Virtual Memories, September 7, 2013
Fashion Under Fire: From Racism to Sweatshops, It’s Time for the Industry to Face Up to Its Rough Edges
Susan Scafidi, Fashion Law Institute in Valley News, September 8, 2013
Former FBI Lawyer Who Oversaw Years Of Fourth Amendment Violations By The Agency Nominated For Federal Judge Seat
Karen Greenberg in Tech Dirt, September 9, 2013
Eden Miller to Show First Plus Size Line at New York Fashion Week
Fashion Law Institute in Fashionista, September 9, 2013
Monday Night Football Will Showcase the NFL's Hypocrisy on Hate Speech
Marc Edelman in Forbes, September 9, 2013
CBS Sports Continues To Inch Closer Toward 'Daily Fantasy Football'
Marc Edelman in Forbes, September 10, 2013
CBS Sports Continues To Inch Closer Toward 'Daily Fantasy Football'
Marc Edelman in Forbes, September 10, 2013
Michael Silverman, TLDEF Executive Director and Founder, Talks Transgender Equality and the Future
Michael Silverman in The Huffington Post, September 10, 2013
Leonard Noisette
Leonard Noisette in Open Society Foundations, September 10, 2013
Negroes and the Gun
Nicholas Johnson in Liberty Law Blog, September 10, 2013
Five Hundred Retweets Can Land Chinese Internet Users in Prison
Carl Minzner in Metro, September 11, 2013
‘Live Free or Die’: Has Hollywood Made Suicide Bombers Heroes Post-9/11?
Haroon Moghul, Center on National Security in Al Arabiya, September 11, 2013
Analysis: Five Years After Lehman, Risk Moves into the Shadows
Richard Carnell in Reuters, September 12, 2013
Fashion Industry Figures Out How to Comply With New Child Model Laws
Susan Scafidi in Cosmopolitan, September 12, 2013
Pearce and Jenoff on "How the Legal Profession's Twenty-First Century Challenges Resemble Those of the Turn of the Twentieth Century"
Russell G. Pearce in Legal History Blog, September 12, 2013
Will The NCAA Concussion Lawsuit Be The Next To Settle?
Marc Edelman in Forbes, September 12, 2013
Visiting Fordham faculty member among 'Best Law Teachers' in the nation
Tina Stark in WZZM13.com, September 13, 2013
Proportionality, Text Messages and Smartphones on Appeal
Adam Cohen in Inside Counsel, September 13, 2013
Fashion’s Latest Muse? Instagram
Susan Scafidi in The New York Times, September 13, 2013
Two Cooley Faculty Members Among 'Best Law Teachers' in the Nation
Tina Stark in Grand Rapids Central News, September 13, 2013
9/16 Workshop: Kimani Paul-Emile on Race, Ex-Offender Status, and Employment Discrimination
Kimani Paul-Emile in Bill of Health, September 13, 2013
China's Push to Reform its Maligned Court System Met With Skepticism
Carl Minzner on CNN, September 15, 2013
Céline Patents Handbag Designs to Protect Brand Image
Susan Scafidi in Luxury Daily, September 16, 2013
Fashion Labels Using Instagram for Inspiration, Feedback
Susan Scafidi in The Times of India, September 16, 2013
Window on Fashion by Kinue: Spring/Summer 2014 Fashion Week
Susan Scafidi in NJ.com, September 16, 2013
The Day When Neurons Go on Trial
Deborah Denno in The New York Times, September 17, 2013
New York Fashion Week: A Stage for All the World
Susan Scafidi, Jeff Trexler in Huffington Post, September 17, 2013
New Partnership Indicates FSTA Is Warming To 'Daily Fantasy Sports'
Marc Edelman in Forbes, September 17, 2013
Bloomingdale's Will No Longer Lend You a Party Dress
Susan Scafidi in Bloomberg Businessweek, September 18, 2013
Stop and Frisk Reform
Tanya Hernandez on WBAI, September 18, 2013
HLS Event Opens Dialogue on Role of Race in Healthcare
Kimani Paul-Emile in The Harvard Crimson, September 18, 2013
Panel of Professors Named to Advise on Stop and Frisk
Tanya Hernandez in The New York Law Journal, September 19, 2013
Stop-and-Frisk Overhaul Council Appointed
Tanya Hernandez in Courthouse News Service, September 19, 2013
Retailers Crack Down on 'Wardrobing' Fashionistas Who Wear and Return Party Outfits
Susan Scafidi in Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Online, September 20, 2013
Legislators Hire Counsel to Guide Response to Potential Ethics Probe
Bruce Green in The New York Law Journal, September 20, 2013
Judge Loretta Preska to be Honored with Trailblazer Award
Alumna Loretta Preska in Philipstown.info, September 21, 2013
Dangerous Dreamers
Deborah Denno in Omnilogos, September 23, 2013
Brian Murphy Appointed Administrative Patent Judge on the US Patent Trial and Appeal Board
Brian Murphy in Intellectual Property Today, September 23, 2013
Nairobi. Peshawar. Baghdad. Spare me.
Haroon Moghul in Al Arabiya, September 23, 2013
Law and Neuroscience
Deborah W. Denno in Inside Fordham, September 23, 2013
After 'Shelby County' Ruling, Are Voting Rights Endangered?
Jerry H. Goldfeder in Brennan Center for Justice, September 23, 2013
New Lethal Injection Scholarship From Deborah Denno
Deborah Denno in The StandDown Texas Project, September 24, 2013
Russia accuses Greenpeace activists of piracy
Joseph Sweeney in The Los Angeles Times, September 24, 2013
LETHAL INJECTION: The Ongoing Controversy Over How People Are Executed
in Death Penalty Information Center, September 24, 2013
Michelle Depass Named Dean of Milano School of International Affairs, Management, and Urban Policy
Michelle Depass in Newschool.edu, September 25, 2013
Fordham Urban Law Journal Cooper-Walsh Symposium on Legacy Liabilities and Municipal Financial Distress
The Fordham Urban Law Journal in Workplace Prof Blog, September 25, 2013
The Helplaw Vision For the Poor Lives On
The Leitner Center for International Law and Justice in Global Giving, September 25, 2013
Dispute Resolution Revolutionized by New Cloud-Based Service Arb-IT™ from Arbitration Resolutions Services Inc.
George Friedman on PR Newswire, September 25, 2013
L'Chayim Roundtable - Syria's Chemical Weapons
Thane Rosenbaum on Blip, September 26, 2013
Ohio joins growing number of states out of execution drug after EU boycott
Deborah Denno in The Guardian (UK), September 26, 2013
With aging population comes need for a paradigm shift
Alumna Mary Beth Morrissey in Westfaironline.com, September 26, 2013
The US is not a target of Al Shabab
Karen Greenberg in Gulfnews.com, September 26, 2013
WWE® Names Laura A. Brevetti General Counsel
Laura A. Brevetti in Dailyfinance.com, September 27, 2013
Object Cases Still Require Hard Economics, Says Lasserre
Annual Conference on International Antitrust Law & Policy in Global Competition Review, September 27, 2013
Is the US government investigating August leak about an Al-Qaeda plot?
Karen Greenberg in Aljazeera America, September 30, 2013
The US beyond Syria: A reluctant empire?
Karen Greenberg in Aljazeera, September 30, 2013
Karen Greenberg: 'What we have learnt'
Karen Greenberg on Al Jazeera, September 30, 2013
What would US/Iran talks mean for Israel?
Karen Greenberg in Aljazeera America, September 30, 2013
EU Court Must Decide View on "Single, Continuous Cartels," Wahl Says
Fordham 40th Annual Conference on International Antitrust Law and Policy in MLex, September 30, 2013
NSA mines Facebook for connections, including Americans' profiles
Karen Greenberg in CNN, September 30, 2013
Two Wrongs Make it Worse in Cops' Retrial
Bruce Green in The National Law Journal, September 30, 2013
NSA Spying Reveals Social Mapping
Karen Greenberg in CNN.com, September 30, 2013
Pearce & Nasseri on Barriers to Becoming a Lawyer
Russell Pearce in Law Theory Blog, September 30, 2013
Denno on Lethal Injection Secrecy
Deborah Denno in Legal Theory Blog, September 30, 2013
Mayer Brown partners Lisa Ferri and Terri Gillis listed among top 250 women in intellectual property law
Lisa Ferri in MayerBrown.com, October 1, 2013
New Florida death penalty drug raises questions
Deborah W. Denno in The Tampa Bay Times, October 2, 2013
The Privacy of the Social Organism
Karen Greenberg in The Crimosn, October 3, 2013
U.S. SEC chair chastises Congress over new disclosure rules
Fordham Law School in Reuters, October 3, 2013
Legal experts: Ruling a limited BP triumph
Howard Erichson in My San Antonio (from Houston Chronicle), October 3, 2013
Here and Now
Fordham Law in State of Politics (by NY1), October 3, 2013
SEC Chairman: Congress, Courts Crowding in on Regulator's Role
SEC Chair Mary Jo White in The Wall Street Journal, October 3, 2013
Florida to Use New, Untried Drug in Lethal Injections
Deborah Denno in TheLedger.com, October 3, 2013
SEC’s White Says Lawmakers Should Respect Agency’s Independence
Fordham Law School in Bloomberg Businessweek, October 3, 2013
So the SEC Chair is worried about disclosure overload and mission creep too?
Fordham Law in Law Professor Blogs Network, October 4, 2013
Michael Jackson verdict hinged on wording of key question to jury
James A. Cohen in Reuters, October 4, 2013
This Week in Securities Litigation (Week ending October 4, 2013)
Fordham Law School in LexisNexis Legal Newsroom, October 4, 2013
Q&A: Anne Rudman
Anne Rudman '77 in The New York Law Journal, October 4, 2013
SEC Chairman: New Rules Could Lead to ‘Information Overload’
Fordham Law in Wall Street Journal, October 4, 2013
Al Qaeda Leader Seized in Libya Was On FBI's 'Most Wanted: List
Karen Greenberg in KCENTV.com, October 6, 2013
Abolish Runoff Elections
Jerry H. Goldfeder in The New York Times, October 6, 2013
US grilling Osama’s IT guy after Delta Force raid
Karen Greenberg in New York Post, October 7, 2013
SEC Chairperson Mary Jo White Speaks at Fordham Law School on the Importance of Independence
14th Annual A. A. Sommer, Jr. Lecture on Corporate, Securities and Financial Law in Center for Financial Stability, October 7, 2013
Cooperator Frank DiPascali Tapped for Key Role in Trial of Madoff Employees
Paul Radvany in The Wall Street Journal, October 7, 2013
Fish & Richardson Principal Ellen A. Scordino Named 2013 "Top Woman of Law" by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly
Alumna Ellen A. Scordino in Providence Journal, October 8, 2013
FanDuel Secures An Important Victory In Daily Fantasy Sports Lawsuit, However Plaintiff Plans To Appeal
Marc Edelman in Forbes, October 9, 2013
Execution drugs spark controversy as supplies dwindle
Deborah Denno in AFP, October 10, 2013
US building higher education bubble
Carl Minzner in Global Times, October 10, 2013
New York State Court of Appeals' consideration of a “too drunk to commit murder” defense
Deborah Denno on Voice of Russia, October 11, 2013
When payout may be $975 septillion, court fees are a small price to pay
James A. Cohen in The Journal News, October 13, 2013
Group Presses for Safeguards on the Personal Data of Schoolchildren
Joel R. Reidenberg in The New York Times, October 13, 2013
Florida's use of new drug in execution spurs ethical concerns
Deborah W. Denno in The Gainesville Sun, October 14, 2013
State Secret
Deborah W. Denno in The Arizona Capitol Times, October 14, 2013
As Obama administration investigates leaks, how is the press affected?
Karen Greenberg in Al Jazeera, October 14, 2013
New lethal-injection drugs raise new health, oversight questions
Deborah W. Denno in Al Jazeera America, October 14, 2013
Supreme Court to hear California case about Argentina's 'Dirty War'
Howard Erichson in Southern California Public Radio, October 14, 2013
How sex offender Mark Carrigan managed his prolific criminal career
James A. Cohen in Syracuse.com, October 15, 2013
Controversy surrounds scheduled execution of Florida man
Deborah Denno in First Coast News, October 15, 2013
U.S Lethal Injection Practices
Deborah Denno on Al Jazeera America, October 15, 2013
Florida man to be executed with untried lethal drug; critics call it 'huge risk'
Deborah W. Denno in The Detroit Free Press, October 15, 2013
Al-Qaida Suspect Al-Libi Pleads Not Guilty in NY Court
Karen Greenberg in VOAnews.com, October 15, 2013
Florida's New Execution Procedure Considered Too "Cruel" for Use on Animals
Deborah W. Denno in The Miami New Times, October 15, 2013
Florida executes another death row inmate using a controversial drug cocktail
Deborah Denno on WJCT Radio, October 16, 2013
NKU Chase College of Law Partners to Develop National Educational Program on Internet Privacy for Middle School Students
Fordham Law School's CLIP in Newsday, October 16, 2013
Urban America Executive Appointed to South Nassau’s Board of Directors
Alumnus Edward Scott in Long Island Exchange, October 16, 2013
President’s Series on Critical Issues Features NYS Senator Dean Skelos
Alumnus Dean Skelos in LongIsland.com, October 16, 2013
Chaos Continues in Libya Where Militias Rule
Karen Greenberg in VOAnews.com, October 17, 2013
Fordham Law School's Center for Law and Information Policy Launches National Privacy Education Program
Fordham Law School CLIP in 4-traders.com, October 17, 2013
Fordham Law School’s Center for Law and Information Policy Launches National Privacy Education Program
Fordham Law School CLIP in Fort Mill Times, October 17, 2013
'Unfair': Marine's Career in Jeopardy Despite Role Exposing Afghan Insider Threat
Alumnus Kevin Carroll '01 in Fox News, October 18, 2013
The 'last meal': Part of death-row lore
Deborah W. Denno in The Sun Sentinel, October 19, 2013
Double Indemnity: Are criminal doubles letting rich Chinese offenders get away with murder?
Geoffrey Sant in The Independent, October 20, 2013
Mario Cuomo, Vocal Foe of Italian Stereotyping, Finally Sees ‘The Godfather’
Thane Rosenbaum in The New York Times, October 21, 2013
Mario Cuomo Ends 41-Year Godfather Boycott, Thinks It’s Pretty Good
Forum on Law, Culture, and Society in New York Magazine, October 21, 2013
New York Signs Law Protecting Child Models’ Labor Rights
Susan Scafidi in Fashionista, October 22, 2013
Senator Raises Questions About Protecting Student Data
Fordham Law in The New York Times , October 22, 2013
New York state moves to protect child models
Susan Scafidi in Crain's New York Business, October 22, 2013
New York Sets Work Rules for Young Models
Susan Scafidi in The New York Times, October 22, 2013
Same-Sex Marriage in New Jersey
Elizabeth Cooper on NBC New York, October 22, 2013
Why Professor Lessig’s “dependence corruption” is not a founding-era concept
Zephyr Teachout in Constitution Daily, October 23, 2013
N.Y. Child Labor Law Passed
Susan Scafidi in Women's Wear Daily, October 23, 2013
No Drugs, No Executions: The End of the Death Penalty
Deborah W. Denno in The National Journal, October 28, 2013
Judgement Day: There's Finally a Law to Protect Underage Models
Susan Scafidi in DIY Fashion, October 28, 2013
Fordham Spearheads Online Privacy Classes in Middle Schools
Joel Reidenberg in The National Law Journal, October 29, 2013
NY's Top Judge Backs $100M Budget For Civil Legal Access
Until Civil Gideon: Expanding Access to Justice in Law360, October 29, 2013
Court Filing Challenges Florida's New Execution Drug
Deborah W. Denno on WFSU Radio, October 29, 2013
China: Urgent Need to Revive Legal Reform
Carl Minzner in Human Rights Watch, October 30, 2013
Sparta Attorney Brings Personal Touch
Alumnus Sean Breslin '96 in The Sparta Independent, October 30, 2013
NY Supreme Court race in Ninth Judicial District draws 10 candidates
Alumni John Sweeny Jr. and Mark Dillon in Daily Freeman, October 30, 2013
John Feerick
Michael M. Martin in The New York Law Journal, October 30, 2013
NSA Snooping Shows Tensions Between Security And Privacy
Karen Greenberg on NPR, October 31, 2013
Law School Launches Program to Serve LA’s Booming Fashion Industry
Fordham Law School in Fashionista.com, November 1, 2013
Judge Removal Was Surprise to Attorneys
Ian Weinstein and James Cohen in The Wall Street Journal, November 1, 2013
Fashioning a Lucrative Legal Specialty
Susan Scafidi, Fashion Law Institute in Crain's New York Business, November 3, 2013
Shira Scheindlin, judge removed from NYC stop-and-frisk case, still has supporters
Ian Weinstein in Daily News, November 3, 2013
Court to examine use of new execution drug
Deborah W. Denno in The Gainesville Sun, November 4, 2013
Court to examine use of new execution drug
Deborah W. Denno in The Ocala Star Banner, November 4, 2013
China's latest tactic: Confessions on state TV
Carl Minzner in Mining Journal, November 6, 2013
I don’t believe in God; is that going to be a problem?
Haroon Moghul in Al Arabiya, November 7, 2013
New Lethal Injections Could Cause Extreme Pain, Make Deaths “Drag On” for Hours
Deborah Denno in Mother Jones, November 7, 2013
New Lethal Injections Could Cause Extreme Pain, Make Deaths "Drag On" for Hours
Deborah W. Denno in Mother Jones, November 7, 2013
Executions Stall as States Seek Different Drugs
Deborah W. Denno in The New York Times, November 8, 2013
Missouri won't reveal where it's getting drug for executions
Deborah W. Denno in Kansas City Star, November 10, 2013
Street Cop
Fordham Law School in The New Yorker, November 11, 2013
Typhoon Devastation Shakes Up Global Climate Talks
Paolo Galizzi in Law360, November 12, 2013
Experience has Taught Jones Austin the Power of Community
Alumna Jennifer Jones Austin '93 in The New York Times, November 13, 2013
How the EU is thwarting states from continuing with capital punishment
Deborah W. Denno in The Independent, November 13, 2013
Death Penalty Delayed But Not Denied By Drug Problems
Deborah W. Denno in NPR, November 13, 2013
Jack Ford Talks Army Vs. Navy Football In 1963
Alumnus Jack Ford on CBS Baltimore, November 13, 2013
Culture not for sale
Susan Scafidi in The Fulcrum, November 14, 2013
Lethal injection: Secretive US states resort to untested drugs
Deborah W. Denno in BBC News, November 14, 2013
Larry Flynt & Lethal Injection Drugs
Deborah W. Denno on CBC Radio, November 15, 2013
Death penalty states scramble for lethal injection drugs
Deborah W. Denno on CNN, November 16, 2013
Lack Of USPTO Funds Risks AIA's Promise, Experts Say
Fordham Law School's IP Summit in Law360, November 18, 2013
Labor Panel Finds Illegal Punishments at Walmart
James J. Brudney in The New York Times, November 19, 2013
It’s Not Dead Yet (Update)
Bruce Green in Simple Justice, November 19, 2013
Specialty pharmacies fill execution drug shortage, raising concerns
Deborah W. Denno in NBC News, November 20, 2013
Accused of child sex abuse, Massachusetts man proposes castration
James A. Cohen in Reuters, November 20, 2013
Lethal Injection Interview on BBC Radio
Deborah W. Denno on BBC Radio, November 20, 2013
BP’s settlement appeals are ‘hitches’ in quickly moving, complex case, expert says
Howard M. Erichson in Legal Newsline, November 22, 2013
Search Engine Objectivity
Mark R. Patterson in Concurring Opinions, November 23, 2013
Queens plus-size designer’s line Cabiria Style is blowing up
Susan Scafidi in New York Daily News, November 26, 2013
Big Banks Fined $2.3B Over Illegal Libor Cartels, More Fines On The Way
Mark Patterson in Forbes, December 4, 2013
Why the world aspires to live up to the legacy left by Mandela
Gay McDougall on PBS, December 5, 2013
Nelson Mandela in His Own Words
Gay McDougal on Good Morning America, December 6, 2013
The executioners' lament
Deborah W. Denno in The Week, December 7, 2013
Advocates Struggle to Reach Immigrants Eligible for Deferred Action
Susan Pan '12 in The New York Times, December 8, 2013
'This Week': Remembering Nelson Mandela
Gay McDougall on ABC News, December 8, 2013
Personal Information At Risk After Laptops Stolen From N.J. Health Insurance Company
Joel Reidenberg on CBS New York, December 10, 2013
General who opened Guantanamo calls for it to be shut down
Karen Greenberg in The Hill, December 12, 2013
India's Troubling Reversal on Gay Rights
Sonia Katyal in The New York Times, December 15, 2013
Court to Smokers: Get Sick First
Max Herman '14 in New York Personal Injury Law Blog, December 17, 2013
Florida Supreme Court approves state's new lethal injection procedure
Deborah W. Denno in The Gainesville Sun, December 19, 2013
Learning to Listen in Child Welfare Enforcement
Feerick Center for Social Justice in City Limits, December 20, 2013
A New Alliance Steps Up to Protect a New Generation of Models
Susan Scafidi in The New York Times, December 23, 2013
Cruel and Unusual
Deborah W. Denno in The New Yorker, December 23, 2013
Who Is Responsible for Libor Rate-Fixing?
Mark Patterson in The Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate and Financial Regulation, December 26, 2013
Construction lawyer is engineering an expansion as projects begin to pile up
Michael Zetlin '85 in Real Estate Weekly, December 27, 2013
Utah Asks Supreme Court to Suspend Same-Sex Marriages
Elizabeth Cooper on ABC News, December 31, 2013