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Professor Ric Simmons interviewed for 10TV story discussing Rudy Giuliani investigation

An expert in the area of criminal law and procedure, Professor Ric Simmons was recently interviewed by 10TV in Columbus to discuss the FBI’s investigation into Rudy Giuliani. His full appearance can be seen below.

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Associate Professor Amna Akbar co-authors op-ed in discussing Ma’Khia Bryant killing

An expert in the area of criminal law, Associate Professor Amna Akbar recently co-authored an op-ed for TruthOut.com titled, “We Are Fighting for a World Where Ma’Khia Bryant Would Have Lived.” “Ma’Khia Bryant isn’t a mythical, perfect victim, nor does […]

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Assistant Professor Sean Hill authors op-ed in The Columbus Dispatch discussing abolishing the police

An expert in the area of criminal law and procedure, Assistant Professor Sean Hill recently penned an op-ed in The Columbus Dispatch titled, “Ma’Khia Bryant, George Floyd point to why police should be abolished now.” “Voters and politicians alike should confront how […]

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Professor Ric Simmons quoted in multiple outlets discussing Derek Chauvin verdict

An expert in the area of criminal law and procedure, Professor Ric Simmons was recently quoted in a number of articles discussing the outcome of the Derek Chauvin trial, including pieces by Politifact and The Conversation. “The vast majority of […]

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Professor Sarah Cole quoted in Bloomberg Law article discussing arbitration carveout for workers

An expert in the area of arbitration and alternative despite resolution, Professor Sarah Cole was recently quoted in an article by Bloomberg Law titled, “Court Fights Surge Over Arbitration Carveout for Workers.” “The Supreme Court is going to have to […]

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Professor Guy Rub quoted in Yahoo article discussing the legality of returning an engagement ring prior to marriage

Professor Guy Rub was recently quoted in an article by Yahoo titled, “Should Jennifer Lopez return her $1.8 million engagement ring from Alex Rodriguez?” “We don’t ask who is at fault,” Rub said, “because relationships are too nuanced and complicated.” […]

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Professor Ric Simmons quoted in ABC6 article concerning shooting at St. Ann’s Hospital

Professor Ric Simmons, an expert in the area of criminal law and procedure, was recently quoted in an article by ABC6 Columbus titled, “Legal expert shares insight on how body-cam video of St. Ann’s shooting could be reviewed.” “You are […]

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Professor Efthimios Parasidis quoted in NPR article discussing the legality of vaccine passports

An expert in the area of health law, Professor Efthimios Parasidis was recently quoted in an article by NPR titled, “Would You Use An App To Verify Your Vaccine Status? The Idea Is Here To Stay.” “There must be a […]

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Professor Sarah Cole authors op-ed in Cleveland.com discussing Title IX and Biden administration

Professor Sarah Cole recently published an op-ed in Cleveland.com titled, “Biden administration should not reject current Title IX rules on sexual harassment.” “…mediation could be the superior method for resolving campus sexual harassment claims under Title IX,” she wrote. “The […]

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Professor Guy Rub co-authors op-ed for Art Forum discussing resale contract law

An expert in the areas of intersection of art, copyright, and commercial law, Professor Guy Rub recently co-authored an article for Art Forum titled, “Royalty Check.” “The decision of whether to place restrictions on an artwork’s buyer isn’t trivial. It […]

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Associate Professor Patricia Zettler quoted in EndPoints News article discussing FDA commissioner

An expert in the area of health law, Associate Professor Patricia Zettler was recently quoted in an article by EndPoints News titled, “Why the Biden administration might not want to be content with just an acting FDA commissioner.” “Especially with […]

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Professor Peter Shane pens op-ed in The Regulatory Review discussing President Biden’s initial administrative actions

As a follow up to an earlier op-ed, Professor Peter Shane recently penned “Shaping Administrative Process and Metrics of Ambition,” for The Regulatory Review. “President Biden has set forth a progressive policy agenda more reminiscent of Presidents Franklin D. Roosevelt […]

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