Interdisciplinary Talks

Through interdisciplinary talks on current hot topics, the program seeks to broaden the depth of discourse among academics, practitioners, policy-makers and students on a range of topics at the intersection of law, finance and governance.

Building Bridge Park with Jeff Roberts of Kegler Brown Hill + Ritter

October 7, 2015
Location: Drinko 245

The Program on Law, Finance, and Governance @ Ohio State and the Real Estate Law Association (RELA) present Building Bridge Park: a Look into the Private Practice of the Real Estate Attorney Behind Dublin’s $350M Bridge Street District  with Jeff Roberts of Kegler Brown Hill + Ritter. RSVP for a Chipotle-catered lunch (max. 25) by […]

Athletes as Clients

September 21, 2015
Location: Drinko Room 244

Get insight into the issues that arise in representing athletes as clients (including the lawyer/athlete-client relationship and the agent/athlete-client relationship) from a panel of lawyers that includes Moritz College of Law Dean Alan Michaels, who spent three years in private practice representing the Major League Baseball Players Association, Luke Fedlam ’13, a sports and entertainment attorney at […]

African Sovereigns in the International Bond Markets – Current Controversies and the Unfolding Story

April 27, 2015
Location: Moritz College of Law Vorys Faculty Lounge (Room 314)

Dr. Dotse Tsikata is a visiting scholar at the University of Davis, California, Davis School of Law and on Leave from the African Development Bank’s Legal Department. Dr. Tsikata will speak about controversies over African Sovereigns in the international bond markets. Dr. Tsikata’s areas of research are the law of international organizations and sovereign debt. […]

Tax Colloquium: Uncovering a Meaning for ‘Direct Tax’

April 23, 2015

Vorys Faculty Lounge, Drinko 314 Professor Charlotte Crane, Northwestern University School of Law, will talk about the meaning of direct tax, a term used in 16th Amendment of Constitution, and Professor Erik M. Jensen, Case Western Reserve University School of Law, will provide comments. Lunch provided (registration required.)

Entrepreneurs and Executives Series: Panel Talk with Executives of Jeni’s Ice Cream and Stanley Steemer and Vorys Partner Herb Hedden

April 22, 2015
Location: Moritz 344

This is the first panel discussion of the Entrepreneurs and Executives Series of the program on Law, Finance and Governance. Discussing their companies and franchising will be Philip Ryser, Executive Vice President at Stanley Steemer International, Inc. and John Lowe, CEO at Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams, executives who are also attorneys, joined by Herbert A. Hedden, Partner, Vorys Columbus, who […]

Entrepreneurs and Executives Series: Angie’s List Co-Founder and CEO Bill Oesterle Discusses Transitioning from Private Company to Public Company

April 22, 2015
Location: Moritz College of Law Room 251

Update, April 22, 2015: Bill Oesterle was unable to present a talk due to a last minute change in his schedule. Professor Dale Oesterle spoke to a group of 40+ students about entrepreneurialism and business decision-making. Students and faculty are invited to a discussion with Bill Oesterle, Co-founder and CEO of Angie’s List, about the company’s transition from […]

Business & Law: an International Perspective

February 24, 2015

A panel of Moritz LLM students discussed their experience with business and law practice in their home countries, and compare and contrast that with the culture of business law and practice in the United States. Moritz Law Professor Dan Chow, who teaches International Business law courses, moderated the discussion. Moritz College of Law, Room 244 Lunch will be provided.

Constitutional Challenges to the Affordable Care Act

October 17, 2014

This is an invitation only event, co-sponsored by the Moritz Health Law Society and the Moritz College of Law. Doug Mancino, ’74, partner in the Los Angeles office of Hunton and Williams LLP, will speak on the constitutional challenges to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, commonly referred to as the Affordable Care Act, a federal […]

Patentable Subject Matter and Non-Patent Innovation Incentives, with Lisa Larrimore Ouellette

September 18, 2014

Lisa Larrimore Ouellette will address the debate over patentable subject matter by focusing on non-patent incentives for genetic research and software—looking both descriptively at what kinds of incentives the government is currently providing and normatively at whether these make sense from a holistic policy perspective. Lisa Larrimore Ouellette is Assistant Professor at Stanford Law School.   Ouellette’s scholarship […]

Charles Korsmo

February 24, 2014

Professor Charles Korsmo of Case Western Reserve University School of Law will speak in the Faculty Lounge as part of the Law and Capital Markets @ Ohio State program. Korsmo is an Assistant Professor of Law and the U.S. director of the Canada-U.S. Law Institute at the Case Western Reserve University School of Law, where […]

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