The Buffalo News - Professor
Mark Bartholomew is quoted in an article about a case before the
U.S. Supreme Court to decide whether human genes should be patented
and a local woman in the last stages of ovarian cancer possibly
because of the policy of Myriad Genetics, which controls the
patents behind two genetic tests that can detect a family
propensity for breast and ovarian cancer
Buffalo Law Journal - Article about a legal settlement easing the rules to allow tens of thousands of Medicare patients with chronic conditions to qualify for Medicare coverage of home health care, skilled nursing home care and outpatient therapy reports Professor Anthony Szczygiel has been reaching out to those who advise seniors to let them know certain beneficiaries may be eligible for a re-review of claim denials.
Daily Nation (Kenya) - Dean Makau Mutua wrote an article about why Kenya cannot be ruled from The Hague
Buffalo Business First - Dean Makau Mutua has been selected by the Kenyan government to help craft a new Bill of Rights
Buffalo Business First - Dean Makau Mutua is #110 in Buffalo Business First’s “Power 200: WNY's most influential people”
Niagara Gazette and Lockport Journal - Professor Nils Olsen, an expert in environmental law, is quoted in two articles about a hazardous waste storage and disposal facility in the towns of Lewiston and Porter that has applied to renew its permit to operate with the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation.
The Buffalo News, Nov. 17, 2012 - Lecturer Nan L. Haynes, "County inmates should benefit from phone call profits"
Nov. 11, 2012 – Professor Charles P. Ewing was quoted in an article about local cases of abuse in the Boy Scouts of America (The Buffalo News)
Nov. 5, 2012 – The Buffalo-Niagara Mock Trial Competition returning to Buffalo City Court (Buffalo Business First)
Oct. 29, 2012 – Op-ed on the Obama administration's use of drones features comments by Professor David Westbrook. (The Buffalo News)
Sept. 7, 2012 - Professor James Milles discusses whether law students should embrace social media. (U.S. News and World Report)
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