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…
Month: November 2020
Professor Sahar Aziz Delivers Keynote Address “The Racial Muslim” at Georgetown University’s Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding
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.
Professor Stuart Green presenting to Oxford Criminal Law Discussion Group from his new book
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.
Professor Christina S. Ho advises U.S. FDA on medical ethics of me-too trials in oncology
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.”
Professor Matthew A. Shapiro presented his paper “Procedural Wrongdoing” at Private Law Theory workshop
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.