December 31, 2019. Professor Bosniak’s new book chapter, “Sanctuary and The Contested Ethics of Presence,” appears in Borders and Boundaries: Mapping Out Contemporary Societies (Didier Fassin, ed., Pluto Press, 2019).
December 16, 2019. Professor Michael Carrier filed a “Brief Amici Curiae of 82 Law, Economics, Business, and Medical Professors in Support” of the Federal Trade Commission in the Fifth Circuit. The brief urges continued antitrust protection of consumers from the so-called “pay-for-delay” tactics that keep affordable generics off the market. Brief available here.
December 16, 2019. Professor Aziz authors “Coercive Assimilationism and Muslim Women’s Identity Performance in the Workplace,” to be published in ISLAMOPHOBIA AND THE LAW (eds. Khaled Beydoun & Cyra Choudry) (Cambridge Press, forthcoming 2019).
December 19, 2019. Professor Michael Carrier gave the Keynote Address: “The Importance of Pharmaceutical Antitrust Enforcement” at the Mercade de Medicamentos: Informe Preliminar del Estudio de Mercado de la FNE [Medication Market: Preliminary Report of the FNE Market Study], Universidad de Chile: Facultad de Derecho [University of Chile Law School] (via Skype).
December 17, 2019. The on-line news publication Quartz called for using “identity harm” to hold companies accountable for breaking the virtuous or ethical promises they make to their consumers (e.g. green, sustainable, fair trade, cage-free, etc.). Identity harm, a term coined by Prof. Dadush, is the anguish experienced by a consumer who learns that her … Continue reading Professor Sarah Dadush’s Concept of Identity Harm to Hold Companies Accountable…