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Aereo Backstory: One Supreme Court Case, Three Recusals, One 'Unrecusal,' Much Uncertainty
Bruce Green in The Hollywood Reporter, April 22, 2014
Oklahoma high court stays executions amid questions over drug secrecy
Deborah Denno in The Guardian (UK), April 21, 2014
Experiential Learning: Practice Makes Perfect
Bruce Green in The New York Law Journal, April 21, 2014
Prosecutors Using Cooperating Witnesses to Convict Defendants Accused of Lesser Charges
Bruce Green in The Wall Street Journal, April 20, 2014
What John Roberts Doesn’t Get About Corruption
Zephyr Teachout in Politico Magazine, April 14, 2014
As cuts and new duties strain IRS, chance of audit relatively low
Elizabeth Maresca in The Associated Press, April 13, 2014
Bloomberg Law Brief: Kent Discusses Lawsuit Over Drones
Andrew Kent on Bloomberg Law, April 9, 2014
Teens adept at social media get privacy training
Center for Law and Information Policy in The Boston Globe, April 9, 2014
Judge: Christie ex-aides Kelly, Stepien can withhold documents in GWB probe
James Cohen in The Record, April 9, 2014
Fordham Law School Launches Dual-Concentration LL.M
Toni Jaeger-Fine in JDJournal, April 9, 2014
Gibson Dunn May Be Forced To Give Up Bridgegate Docs
James A. Cohen in Law360, April 8, 2014
'Game of Thrones,' 'Gatsby' Are Gauge for Growing World of Film and TV Fashion Collabs
Fashion Law Institute in The Hollywood Reporter, April 8, 2014
Opinions mixed on grand jury’s GWB probe
James Cohen in The Record, April 6, 2014
Fashion Law Institute Symposium
Susan Scafidi in Daily Fashion Report, April 6, 2014
Behind the Kitchen Door: Serving Food While Sick
Brian Glick in Moyers & Company, April 4, 2014
Crisis handler Kenneth Feinberg hired to guide GM through maze of lawsuits
George Conk in The Detroit Free Press, April 4, 2014
Fordham Unveiling
John Feerick in New York Law Journal, April 4, 2014
Oklahoma inmates to seek execution stays
Deborah Denno in Albuquerque Journal, April 4, 2014
Lawyers for 2 Oklahoma death row inmates scheduled to die this month to seek execution stays
Deborah Denno in Associated Press, April 4, 2014
Noah Heller, 38
Noah Heller '00 in Crain's New York Business, April 3, 2014
The Supreme Court Leaves a Void in Campaign Finance Law
Zephyr Teachout in The Washington Post, April 3, 2014
Supreme Court: Campaign Limits
Zephyr Teachout on Arise America, April 2, 2014
Appeals court overturns ruling on execution drugs
Deborah Denno in USA Today, April 2, 2014
Appeals court: 1 Texas execution back on schedule
Deborah Denno in The Associated Press, April 2, 2014
Will New York Follow Texas in Criminal Justice Reform?
Fordham Law Review in City Limits, April 2, 2014
Appeals court overturns ruling on execution drugs
Deorah Denno in The Washington Post, April 2, 2014
Appeals Court: 1 Texas Execution Back On Schedule
Deborah Denno on NPR, April 2, 2014
In Campaign Finance Ruling, Justices Struggle to Define Corruption
Zephyr Teachout in The Wall Street Journal, April 2, 2014
Teaching kids about privacy and social media gains traction
Center on Law and Information Policy on CBS News, March 31, 2014
America's 50 Outstanding General Counsel
Karen Kaiser '99 in The National Law Journal, March 31, 2014
Missouri is among the states where hope is rising on death row
Deborah Denno in The Kansas City Star, March 29, 2014
What's the best way to execute someone?
Deborah Denno in Slate, March 28, 2014
Board Rules Athletes At Northwestern University Are Employees
James J. Brudney on NPR, March 27, 2014
Future of executions in Alabama unclear due to drugs shortage
Deborah Denno in The Anniston Star, March 27, 2014
Oklahoma Judge Says State Can’t Keep Execution Drugs Secret
Deborah Denno in Time magazine, March 26, 2014
Guilty Verdict Returned in Trial of bin Laden's Son-in-Law
Karen Greenberg in NY1, March 26, 2014
Fordham Introduces Dual-Concentration LL.M. Option
Toni Jaeger-Fine in The National Jurist, March 26, 2014
UPDATE 1-US executions set for possible delay after Oklahoma court decision
Deborah Denno in Reuters, March 26, 2014
Bin Laden’s son-in-law guilty of conspiring to kill Americans
Karen Greenberg in New York Post, March 26, 2014
First Rule of Mergers: To Fight Is to Lose
Sean Griffith in The Wall Street Journal, March 26, 2014
Bin Laden's Son-in-Law Convicted in US Terrorism Case
Karen Greenberg in Voice of America, March 26, 2014
Checking in on the Downtown Terror Trial
Karen Greenberg in WNYC, March 26, 2014
Jackpot: Target Data-Theft Victims Become a Credit Agency Gold Mine
Joel Reidenberg in US News & World Report, March 26, 2014
Bloomberg Law Brief: Cohen on Al-Qaeda Prosecution (Audio)
James Cohen in Bloomberg, March 25, 2014
Two Courtrooms, Worlds Apart
Karen Greenberg in Al Jazeera America, March 25, 2014
Accused student terrorist was a social media oversharer
Karen Greenberg in MSNBC, March 25, 2014
Alabama out of lethal injection drug pentobarbital
Deborah Denno in Associated Press, March 25, 2014
GWB scandal: There was a traffic jam but was there a crime?
James Cohen in The Record, March 25, 2014
Sources: FBI reviewing secret recording from Novi judge's chambers
Michael W. Martin in Detroit Free Press, March 24, 2014
New Private Fundraising Rules Attract Meager Interest
Fordham Corporate Law Center in The Wall Street Journal, March 24, 2014
Defense attorney shares secret recording, says judge urged his client to drop police brutality suit
Michael W. Martin in The ABA Journal, March 24, 2014
The Evolution of the Death Penalty in One Map
Deborah Denno in New Republic, March 23, 2014
Abu Ghaith Claims no Intention to Promote Murders
Karen Greenberg and James Cohen in Newsday, March 23, 2014
Audit Process May Not Be as Bad as You Think
Elizabeth Maresca on NY1, March 20, 2014
More Poison For the Executioner
Deborah Denno in Le Nouvel Observateur (France), March 20, 2014
The Compassionate Executioner
Deborah Denno in The Huffington Post, March 20, 2014
Fordham Launches New Dual-Concentration LL.M. Degree
Toni Jaeger-Fine in Citybizlist, March 20, 2014
How the civil rights movement changed black gun culture
Nicholas Johnson on BBC News, March 20, 2014
Florida’s gruesome execution theater
Deborah Denno in The Washington Post, March 19, 2014
New Scrutiny for Supplemental Disclosures In Proxy Statements
Sean Griffith in The American Lawyer, March 17, 2014
FTC's Brill Excludes Google, Facebook From Data Broker Push
Center on Law and Information Policy in The Wall Street Journal, March 14, 2014
Conflicts Alone Won't Expose Wolff & Samson Atty To Charges
James Cohen in Law 360, March 14, 2014
Here's The Scary Truth About Science & The Death Penalty
Deborah Denno in The Huffington Post, March 13, 2014
How to Get a Deduction for LI Home Office
Elizabeth Maresca in Long Island Newsday, March 13, 2014
Sunshine Week: Secrecy Shrouds Justice Dept. Professional Misconduct
Bruce Green in Center for Effective Government blog, March 13, 2014
Hundreds of Justice Department Attorneys Violated Professional Rules, Laws, or Ethical Standards
Bruce Green in Project On Government Oversight, March 12, 2014
The violence gene
Deborah Denno in The Sydney Morning Herald, March 12, 2014
Itemized Deductions Can Allow for Lower Tax Costs
Elizabeth Maresca on New York 1, March 11, 2014
Christie Bridge Scandal Reaches Court with Hearings over Subpoenas
James A. Cohen in The Star-Ledger, March 11, 2014
State Police Official Owned Shares in Interlock Company with Gary Melius Ties
James A. Cohen in Newsday, March 10, 2014
Fordham's Erichson on Chevron Victory (Audio)
Howard Erichson in Bloomberg, March 10, 2014
Chief Justice Wood Addresses Ghana's 57th Independence Event In New York
Paolo Galizzi in Government of Ghana Official Portal, March 10, 2014
AGLA honors Chief Justice of Ghana
The Leitner Center for International Law and Justice on Citi 97.3 FM, March 10, 2014
Deciding if Inmates Get to Know How They’ll Be Executed
Deborah Denno in The New York Times, March 10, 2014
In Bridge Scandal, State Prosecutors Rankled as Feds Take the Lead
James A. Cohen in The Star-Ledger, March 9, 2014
The Bright Side for Civic Geeks in the HealthCare.gov Mess
Fordham Urban Law Center in Next City, March 7, 2014
What Can Bill de Blasio Really Do About Broadband in New York City?
Fordham Urban Law Center in Next City, March 7, 2014
Fordham Law's Karen Greenberg comments on NY1 about Sulaiman Abu Ghaith
Karen Greenberg on NY1, March 6, 2014
My Genes Did It!
Deborah Denno in Newsweek, March 5, 2014
Dispute slowed inquiry into Madoff, JPMorgan
Bruce Green in The Boston Globe, March 5, 2014
Terror Trials Test Prosecutors
Karen Greenberg in The Wall Street Journal, March 2, 2014
States keep mum on where lethal injection drugs are made
Deborah Denno in ABA Journal, March 1, 2014
How Google Glass Is Redefining Tech Etiquette
Joel Reidenberg in NBC News, February 24, 2014
Scrutiny in California for Software in Schools
CLIP in The New York Times, February 20, 2014
Lawmakers seek alternatives to lethal injection, as death penalty becomes mired in litigation
Deborah Denno in The Cleveland Plain Dealer, February 20, 2014
Davidoff, Fisch, & Griffith on Disclosure-Only Settlements in Merger Litigation
Sean Griffith in Legal Theory Blog, February 19, 2014
TV Facial Recognition Technology Becomes Reality
Joel Reidenberg on CBS New York, February 19, 2014
Shortage of Execution Drugs Becomes More Acute
Deborah Denno in ABC News, February 19, 2014
Secrecy shrouds state’s lethal injection drugs
Deborah Denno in The Tampa Tribune, February 19, 2014
The recent history of states scrambling to keep using lethal injections
Deborah Denno in The Washington Post, February 19, 2014
Captain Of The Mother Court: Judge Loretta Preska
Loretta Preska '73 in Law 360, February 19, 2014
Shortage of execution drugs becomes more acute
Deborah Denno in The Seattle Times, February 18, 2014
Georgia’s high court to take look at lethal-injection secrecy law
Deborah Denno in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, February 16, 2014
Death penalty's future unclear: Public favors its use, but the obstacles are great
Deborah Denno in Chattanooga Times Free Press, February 16, 2014
E-Commerce Law Expert “Unsure” If Bitcoins Will Become Mainstream
Jeffrey Neuburger in Retail TouchPoints, February 13, 2014
'Citizens United' Critics Fight Money With Money
Zephyr Teachout on NPR, February 13, 2014
Suit over Missouri execution drug draws scrutiny
Deborah Denno in San Francisco Chronicle, February 13, 2014
Texas Exploring 'All Options' For Execution Drugs
Deborah Denno in KUT News, February 12, 2014
Chris Christie Bullies Again
James Cohen in The Nation, February 11, 2014
Christie's Bridge Scandal Lawyers Seek Documents from Hoboken, Fort Lee
James Cohen in The Star-Ledger, February 11, 2014
U.S. Looks to Target American With Drone
Karen Greenberg in The Takeaway, February 11, 2014
Failed Somali Pirate Prosecution Fuels Terror Trial Fears
Karen J. Greenberg in Politico, February 10, 2014
Will gay marriage gain foothold in the South with pending Virginia ruling?
Elizabeth Cooper in Daily Press, February 8, 2014
Why Lawsuits Are a New Fashion Trend
Susan Scafidi on Bloomberg News, February 7, 2014
Virginia to Bring Back Electric Chair as Default Execution Method
Deborah Denno in International Business Times, February 6, 2014
US states mulling execution methods amid drug shortage
Deborah Denno in Daily Times, February 6, 2014
Reidenberg argues student privacy is lost in data cloud
Joel Reidenberg in The Daily Princetonian, February 6, 2014
Virginia to vote on electric chair as default execution method
Deborah Denno in RT, February 5, 2014
Officials: NY Suspect Had Hoffman's Cell Number
James Cohen in The Associated Press, February 5, 2014
Va. lawmakers expected to set electric chair as backup when lethal injection unavailable
Deborah Denno in The Washington Post, February 4, 2014
Electric chair could return
Deborah Denno in The Advocate, February 4, 2014
Execution Delayed to Avoid Cruel Punishment of Child Killer
Deborah Denno in Liberty Voice, February 4, 2014
Attorney-Client Privilege Questioned After Inmate's Call Is Recorded
James Cohen on NBC New York, February 4, 2014
US states mulling execution methods amid drug shortage
Deborah Denno in Agence France-Presse, February 4, 2014
US states mulling execution methods amid drug shortage
Deborah Denno in New Straits Times, February 4, 2014
"Eighty-five percent of the states in the United States that had electrocution have now abolished it."
Deborah Denno in Richmond Times-Dispatch, February 3, 2014
PolitiFact: Surovell’s count of states shutting down electric chairs a tad off
Deborah Denno in Richmond Times-Dispatch, February 3, 2014
In Super Bowl 2014 spotlight, Chris Christie muddles through bridge scandal fallout
James Cohen in The Star-Ledger, February 2, 2014
Reciprocity fight returns as lawsuits press the ABA-advocated issue
Bruce Green in The ABA Journal, February 1, 2014
Wishing added horsepower to China in this Year of the Horse
Geoffrey Sant in People's Daily (China), February 1, 2014
US Executions Getting Worse
Deborah Denno in OpEdNews, February 1, 2014
FCPA risks in China discussed at Fordham Law event
Fordham Law School in The FCPA Blog, January 31, 2014
Winner, General Litigation Department of the Year: Debevoise & Plimpton
Alumna Maura Monaghan '96 in American Lawyer, January 31, 2014
After death, new scrutiny for lethal injection
Deborah Denno in MSNBC, January 30, 2014
Federal appeals decision deals blow to Missouri death row inmates
Deborah Denno in St. Louis Post-Dispatch, January 28, 2014
Who, what, why: Who is still at Guantanamo?
Martha Rayner in BBC News, January 28, 2014
The what and why of Negroes and the Gun: The Black Tradition of Arms
Nicholas Johnson in The Volokh Conspiracy (Washington Post blog), January 27, 2014
Dennis McGuire's execution raises question in debate over death penalty: Why is it so hard to put a person to death humanely?
Deborah Denno in The Cleveland Plain Dealer, January 26, 2014
Teachout on the Forgotten Law of Lobbying
Zephyr Teachout in Legal Theory Blog, January 24, 2014
Once the hunter, Chris Christie is now the prey in Bridge-gate probe
James Cohen in The Christian Science Monitor, January 24, 2014
Parents Worry Student Data Will Be Used for Marketing, Not Education
Joel Reidenberg in US News, January 23, 2014
Parents Worry Student Data Will Be Used for Marketing, Not Education
Joel Reidenberg in U.S. News & World Report, January 23, 2014
Danger Posed by Student-Data Breaches Prompts Action
Joel Reidenberg in Education Week, January 22, 2014
Unclear future for executions after Ohio's longest
Deborah Denno in The York Daily Record, January 22, 2014
Budget Slap May Force NY Judiciary To Make Tough Choices
Dora Galacatos in Law360, January 22, 2014
Experts: Enough evidence to pursue Hoboken mayor's claims against Christie administration
James Cohen in The Star-Ledger, January 21, 2014
Experts: Enough evidence to pursue Hoboken mayor's claims against Christie administration
James Cohen in The Star-Ledger, January 21, 2014
Legislators want answers on Missouri's death penalty
Deborah Denno in The St. Louis Post-Dispatch, January 21, 2014
States pressured to end death penalty after 'horrifying' execution
Deborah Denno in Al Jazeera, January 20, 2014
Botched Ohio execution raises death penalty dilemma
Deborah Denno in The Sydney Morning Herald, January 19, 2014
Unclear future for executions
Deborah Denno in The Commercial-News, January 19, 2014
Execution renews debate over death by lethal injection
Deborah Denno in The Columbia Daily Herald, January 19, 2014
Family, experts: Ohio execution snafu points to flaws in lethal injection
Deborah Denno on CNN, January 19, 2014
Lethal injection in U.S. faces unclear future after Ohio man’s fitful execution
Deborah Denno in The Japan Times, January 18, 2014
Why Dennis McGuire had to suffer a horrible execution
Deborah Denno in The Globe and Mail, January 17, 2014
Inmate execution called 'agonizing experiment'
Deborah Denno in The Vindicator, January 17, 2014
Ohio’s Grisly Execution History
Deborah Denno in Time, January 17, 2014
Ohio execution raises legal, ethical questions
Deborah Denno in USA Today, January 17, 2014
Prolonged execution renews debate over death by lethal injection
Deborah Denno in The Los Angeles Times, January 17, 2014
Family of man executed in Ohio using untested procedure plans to file lawsuit
Deborah Denno in The Guardian, January 17, 2014
After a Prolonged Execution in Ohio, Questions Over ‘Cruel and Unusual’
Deborah Denno in The New York Times, January 17, 2014
Prolonged Execution by New Drug Cocktail fo Ohio Killer
Deborah Denno in NewStraits Times, January 17, 2014
Deborah Denno on Radio 2UE (Sydney)
Deborah Denno on Radio 2UE (Sydney), January 17, 2014
After Words: Nicholas Johnson, "Negroes and the Gun: The Black Tradition of Arms," hosted by Zaheer Ali
Nicholas Johnson in Booktv.org, January 17, 2014
Execution drug spurs a Missouri tug-of-war
Deborah Denno in The Kansas City Star, January 17, 2014
Convicted killer snorts and gasps during execution; is society too ‘namby pamby’?
Deborah Denno in ABA Journal, January 17, 2014
Barbara Bush on Jeb running for president: 'I hope he won't
Thane Rosenbaum in Sun Sentinel, January 17, 2014
Ohio execution creates controversy
Deborah Denno in The Daily Record, January 17, 2014
The agonizing death of a Murderer
Deborah Denno in Der Tagesspiegel (Germany), January 17, 2014
Prolonged execution for Ohio killer
Deborah Denno in eNews Channel Africa, January 17, 2014
Ohio Execution Using Untested Drug Cocktail Renews the Debate Over Lethal Injections
Deborah Denno in The New York Times, January 16, 2014
Dennis McGuire executed in Ohio with new combination of lethal drugs
Deborah Denno in The Washington Post, January 16, 2014
Ohio execution using untested drug cocktail renews debate over lethal injections
Deborah Denno in Worcester Telegram & Gazette, January 16, 2014
Experts see possible charges in NJ bridge scandal
James Cohen in The Associated Press, January 16, 2014
New execution drug takes long time to kill US murderer
Deborah Denno in Digital Journal, January 16, 2014
Deborah Denno on Feature Story News
Deborah Denno on Feature Story News, January 16, 2014
Mise à l’épreuve d'une nouvelle méthode d’exécution
Deborah W. Denno in La Presse (France), January 15, 2014
4 Questions Parents Should Ask About Student Data Security
Joel Reidenberg in US News, January 13, 2014
Levi's, Fashion Law Institute Team Up for Fashion Law Bootcamp
Susan Scafidi in Women's Wear Daily, January 13, 2014
Ohio inmate set to be executed using untried lethal injection method
Deborah Denno in The Guardian, January 13, 2014
Study: NSA data collection doesn't aid fight against terrorism
Karen Greenberg on CNN, January 13, 2014
Another headache for New Jersey's Christie: class-action lawsuit
Howard Erichson in Reuters, January 11, 2014
As U.S. Attorney examines GWB scandal, lawyers and pols weigh in on possible outcomes
James Cohen in The Star-Ledger, January 10, 2014
US recognizes Utah same-sex marriages: What's behind Holder's unusual move?
Elizabeth Cooper in The Christian Science Monitor, January 10, 2014
State Education Project Storing Student Data on 'Cloud' Delayed
Joel Reidenberg in Long Island Newsday, January 10, 2014
The 10 things you need to know about Bridge-gate
James Cohen in The Washington Post, January 9, 2014
Chris Christie facing uncertain political future after 'Bridgegate' scandal
James Cohen in The Guardian, January 9, 2014
Cloud Computing in K-12 Expands, Raising Data Privacy Concerns
The Center on Law and Information Policy in Education Week, January 7, 2014
NYC's New Top Atty Faces NYPD Civil Payout Headache
Nestor Davidson in Law360, January 6, 2014
Utah Gay Marriage Case Could Make It Back to Supreme Court After Appeal
Elizabeth Cooper on ABC News, January 6, 2014
Utah Gay Marriage Halted by Supreme Court Pending Appeal
Elizabeth Cooper in Bloomberg News, January 6, 2014
Quite Moving but Frightening Testimony at AALS Conference
Elizabeth Cooper in Best Practices for Legal Education, January 5, 2014
Jilted bride-to-be's lawyer fires back in nasty Staten Island engagement-ring fight
James A. Cohen in Staten Island Advance, January 4, 2014
Two Powerful Weapons in De Blasio’s Arsenal to Take On Albany
Jerry Goldfeder in City & State, January 1, 2014