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Witness list revealed in Husel murder case

Professor Ric Simmons was recently interviewed by the local NBC4 station after it was revealed that 25 people were on the witness list in the Dr. William Husel murder case. Husel, who formerly worked for the Mount Carmel Health System, […]

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Bioethics experts call on GoFundMe to ban unproven medical treatments

Assistant Professor Patricia Zettler was recently quoted in an article by The Verge titled, “Bioethics experts call on GoFundMe to ban unproven medical treatments.” “Harvard Law professor I. Glenn Cohen, suggests steps GoFundMe may take to upend its “ethical problem.” […]

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Peter Shane

Professor Peter Shane publishes op-ed in The Atlantic

Professor Peter Shane has published an op-ed in The Atlantic titled, “The Obscure—But Crucial—Rules the Trump Administration Has Sought to Corrupt.” “A Senate committee has an opening this week to shed light on what is going on at OIRA under […]

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Ari Glogower

Assistant Professor Ari Glogower featured in Bloomberg article discussing wealth tax proposals

Assistant Professor Ari Glogower was recently featured in an article by Bloomberg titled “How Warren Could Get a Wealth Tax Past the U.S. Supreme Court.” Glogower, an expert on tax law and policy told Bloomberg that the terms of a […]

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Senators question if US FDA candidate Hahn can resist political pressure

Assistant professor Patricia Zettler was recently interviewed for a story in S&P Global about FDA candidate Stephen Hahn and his ability to handle political pressure. “Patti Zettler, assistant professor of law at The Ohio State University and a former FDA attorney, […]

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Edward Foley

Professor Edward Foley featured in New York Times

Professor Edward Foley was prominently featured in a recent New York Times article discussing the Kentucky Governor’s race and other similar political elections. Foley, an expert in election law and the director of Election Law @ Moritz told the New […]

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Professor David Stebenne featured on WOSU’s All Sides with Ann Fisher

Professor David Stebenne was recently featured on WOSU’s All Sides with Ann Fisher discussing third-party candidates and the role they play in the political landscape. Stebenne and Fisher were joined by Paul Beck, Political Scientist, Ohio State University, Barbara Perry, Gerald […]

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Douglas Berman

Professor Douglas Berman featured on WOSU’s All Sides with Ann Fisher discussing the death penalty in Ohio

Professor Douglas Berman was recently featured on WOSU’s All Sides with Ann Fisher discussing the death penalty in the state of Ohio. An expert on sentencing law and policy, Berman is featured alongside Laura Bischoff (State Government Reporter, Dayton Daily News), Andrew Welsh-Huggins (Legal […]

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Steve Huefner

House Rejects CA Congressman’s Amendment On A Bill To Stop Foreign Interference In Elections

Professor Steven F. Huefner was recently referenced in an article by the California Globe titled, “House Rejects CA Congressman’s Amendment On A Bill To Stop Foreign Interference In Elections.” “Steven F. Huefner, a law professor from Moritz College of Law […]

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Sarah Cole

Novel California Law Takes Shot at Limiting Worker Arbitration

Professor Sarah Rudolph Cole was recently quoted in an article by Bloomberg News titled, “Novel California Law Takes Shot at Limiting Worker Arbitration.” “Despite the FAA’s preemptive power, states have continued passing laws to limit arbitration. New York, New Jersey, […]

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Julia Dillon ’04 discusses opioid epidemic with Potomac Local

The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law alum Julia Dillon is currently running for Stafford Commonwealth’s Attorney in Virginia. Dillon recently sat down with potomaclocal.com to discuss her campaign and the ongoing opioid epidemic sweeping the country. “The position I […]

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foley

Can the President ask a foreign government to investigate a political rival?

The impeachment inquiry launched after the President asked a foreign government to investigate a political rival. But can he justify it? What does history show? Watch Professor Edward B. Foley answer these questions on the October 12 airing of CNN’s […]

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