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Ruth Colker

Professor Ruth Colker featured in New York Times article discussing caregivers and working from home

Professor Ruth Colker, an expert in disability law, was recently interviewed by The New York Times for an article titled, “For many caregivers and people with disabilities, working from home was never just a perk.” “I know some people are […]

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Edward Foley

Professor Ned Foley featured in New York Times article discussing President Trump and the uncertainty surrounding the 2020 election

Professor Ned Foley was recently featured in an article by The New York Times titled, “Trump sows doubt on voting. It keeps some people up at night.” In the article, Foley expressed his own concern for the 2020 election, and […]

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Peter Shane

Professor Peter Shane publishes op-ed in The Atlantic concerning Michael Flynn prosecution

Professor Peter Shane, an expert in a variety of areas of law, recently wrote an op-ed in The Atlantic titled, “Flynn’s New Argument Is Constitutional Nonsense.” The op-ed, which surrounds Michael Flynn, President Donald Trump’s former national security adviser, discusses the […]

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Douglas Berman

Professor Douglas Berman featured in New York Times article concerning prison capacity during COVID-19

Professor Douglas Berman, an expert on criminal law and sentencing, was recently interviewed by the New York Times for an article titled, “U.S. Prison Population Remained Stable as Pandemic Grew.” “There are going to be less (prisoners) going in because […]

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Ruth Colker

Professor Ruth Colker cited in Forbes article concerning return to work amid COVID-19 uncertainty

Professor Ruth Colker, an expert on disability discrimination, was recently referenced in an article by Forbes.com concerning return to work practices amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The article cites Colker in saying that “although the federal government’s guidance suggests that employers should try […]

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Professor Marc Spindelman featured in multiple articles concerning COVID-19 and the law

Professor Marc Spindelman has been featured in multiple university articles concerning the coronavirus. For Ohio State News, Spindelman was quoted in an article titled, “Examining the past, present and future of the COVID-19 pandemic.” “The social distancing and isolation we’re […]

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Assistant Professor Patricia Zettler quoted in Buzzfeed News article concerning COVID-19 testing

Assistant Professor Patricia Zettler was recently featured in a Buzzfeed News article titled, “Everyone Wants To Know If They Already Had The Coronavirus. Some People May Be Preying On That.” “I think we should expect to see companies continue to […]

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Micah Berman

Coronavirus and the law: what you should know about Ohio’s stay-at-home-order

Professor Micah Berman was recently quoted in an article by FreshWater Cleveland titled, “Coronavirus and the law: what you should know about Ohio’s stay-at-home-order.” In it, Berman outlines the actions taken by federal and state governments concerning the COVID-19 outbreak […]

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Adjunct Professor Benton Bodamer featured in Law360 article concerning cannabis and COVID-19

Adjunct Professor Benton Bodamer was recently featured in a Law360.com article titled, “Mass. Cannabis Attorneys Fear ‘Disaster’ As Gov. Closes Shops.” “It’s a false dichotomy that there is a medical marketplace and an adult-use marketplace,” Bodamer said. “They are inextricably […]

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Former FDA leaders decry emergency authorization of malaria drugs for coronavirus

Assistant Professor Patricia Zettler was recently featured in a Science Magazine article titled, “Former FDA leaders decry emergency authorization of malaria drugs for coronavirus.” The former FDA associate chief counsel under President Obama, Zettler said, “The idea that we have nothing […]

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Edward Foley

Professor Ned Foley featured in New York Times discussing election concerns created by COVID-19

Professor Ned Foley was recently featured in a New York Times article titled, “Rulings on Wisconsin Election Raise Questions About Judicial Partisanship.” “Election cases, more than any other kind, need courts to be seen by the public as nonpartisan referees […]

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Rushing coronavirus drugs, vaccines to market is a risky venture, experts say

Assistant Professor Patricia Zettler was recently quoted in an S&P Global article titled, “Rushing coronavirus drugs, vaccines to market a risky venture, experts say.” “We may be undermining the importance, in general, of doing the hard work to study potential […]

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