November 19, 2020. U.S. District Judge Mark A. Goldsmith cited Professor Steve Gold’s 2009 article, “Dis-Jointed? Several Approaches to Divisibility After Burlington Northern” in a decision that rejected a Superfund site owner’s attempt to avoid liability for cleanup of the site. “Legal scholars have likewise noted the anomalies that would arise” if the site owner’s … Continue reading Federal Court Cites Professor Steve Gold…
November 18, 2020. Professor Sahar Aziz delivered a keynote address on her forthcoming book “The Racial Muslim: When Racism Quashes Religious Freedom” at Georgetown University’s Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding.
November 23, 2020. Professor Green will be presenting a chapter from his new book to the Oxford Criminal Law Discussion Group. Information available here. For information about the new book, Criminalizing Sex: A Unified Liberal Theory, see webpage here.
November 4, 2020. Professor Ho was invited with three other experts from different disciplines to present to the FDA Oncology Center of Excellence in a mini-symposium entitled “The Medical Ethics of Me-Too Trials in Oncology.”
November 13, 2020. Professor Shapiro presented his paper, “Procedural Wrongdoing” as part of the North American Workshop on Private Law Theory — VIII, hosted virtually by Brooklyn Law School.