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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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Edward Foley

We’ll need vote-by-mail in November and it could be a legal nightmare

Professor Ned Foley recently published an op-ed in Politico titled, “We’ll need vote-by-mail in November and it could be a legal nightmare,” surrounding the idea that with the increasing amount of absentee ballots being submitted due to COVID-19, there will […]

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Peter Shane

Professor Peter Shane publishes op-ed for American Constitution Society concerning President Trump and COVID-19

Professor Peter Shane recently published an op-ed on the American Constitution Society website titled, “A COVID-19 Signing Statement from the Unaccountable President.” In it, Shane exclaims that President Trump “cannot be trusted to stand behind those Administration officials who negotiate […]

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Investigating A Company Selling Supposedly ‘FDA Approved’ Home Coronavirus Tests

Assistant Professor Patricia Zettler was recently interviewed for an article by National Public Radio titled, “Investigating A Company Selling Supposedly ‘FDA Approved’ Home Coronavirus Tests.” An expert on public health law, Zettler said, “Whenever we have diseases that lack good […]

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Peter Shane

Professor Peter Shane publishes op-ed in The Atlantic discussing President Trump and Dr. Anthony Fauci

During the outbreak of COVID-19, President Donald Trump’s messaging has sometimes contradicted that of Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. Moritz professor Peter Shane published an op-ed in The Atlantic arguing that President […]

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Edward Foley

Professor Ned Foley discusses America weathering a crisis in an election year

Professor Ned Foley was recently quoted in an article on FiveThirtyEight.com titled, “This Isn’t The First Time America Has Weathered A Crisis In An Election Year.” “The focus of attention should be on how to conduct a November election that […]

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Peter Shane

Trump Cannot Command States to Stand Down on COVID-19

Professor Peter Shane recently published an op-ed in the American Constitution Society’s Expert Forum titled, “Trump Cannot Command States to Stand Down on COVID-19.” In it, Shane explains how President Trump cannot command states to back away from their individual […]

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Professor Daniel Tokaji featured in The Columbus Dispatch discussing elections being impacted by COVID-19

Professor Daniel Tokaji was recently interviewed by The Columbus Dispatch discussing whether or not an “election period” could replace Election Day in Ohio after the primaries were postponed due to COVID-19 concerns. “I very much hope we’ll still be able […]

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Edward Foley

Ohio’s primary election was postponed. Now what?

Professor Ned Foley, an expert on election law, was featured on Ohio State Insights on March 23 to discuss how postponing the primary elections in Ohio due to COVID-19 will impact voters and the election as a whole. “In 1918, […]

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