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Oct. 15, 2014
The Guardian – Article reporting on the recent NFL concussion settlement interviewed law lecturer Christine Bartholomew who said, “You don’t really have a class action of this amount without there being some objections.” She also said that a suit of this kind in the sports world is unprecedented.
Oct. 6, 2014
Health News Digest - Lecturer Christine P. Bartholomew gives her interpretation of the NFL concussion lawsuit as saying, “This is a settlement to watch. It has potential implications far beyond the NFL retirees involved. This case demonstrates how collective action can be a successful avenue for highlighting the dangers facing professional athletes.”
Sept. 26, 2014
September 09, 2014
August 21, 2014
In These Times – An article about the National Right to Work Committee and Legal Defense Foundation’s new attacks on unions quotes Associate Professor Matthew Dimick. “Since the representative of the bargaining unit is almost always chosen by some majoritarian process, there is always a danger that exclusive representation carries with it a suppression of minority interests and points of view,” he said.
Aug. 14, 2014
WIVB-TV - A story about a woman who is rescuing stray kittens on Tonawanda Island and a city ordinance that prevents efforts to feed, trap or otherwise care for stray or feral cats quotes Professor Kim Connolly who, with her students, helped shape a trap-neuter-release ordinance in Buffalo.
MintPress News - In an article about the startling number of Americans who are on terrorist watch lists, Associate Professor Anya Bernstein, author of “The Hidden Costs of Terrorist Watch Lists”, says American should be concerned about these watch lists, even if they are not currently affected, because there is “virtually no external oversight” of who is on the list or agency accountability.
WGRZ-TV (Buffalo, NY) - Professor Mark Bartholomew was interviewed about the net neutrality debate.
The Buffalo News - An opinion piece co-written by Lecturer Nan L. Haynes criticizes the Erie County Legislature for its decision to remove members of the community from the Erie County Community Corrections Advisory Board, which works collaboratively with the Sheriff’s Office to improve conditions at our jails and to facilitate communication between the Sheriff’s Office and the community.
The New York Times - An article about plans by Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo to dismantle the Commission to Investigate Public Corruption because of new laws being put in place, including tougher laws on bribery and corruption, and improved enforcement of election law, quotes Dean Makau Mutua, a member of the commission.
Buffalo Law Journal - Alumni Adoration: SUNY Buffalo Law grads show how UB shaped their future (PDF)
CBS News - Following the Supreme Court’s ruling that human genes cannot be patented, Professor Mark Bartholomew, an expert in intellectual property, law and technology, released a statement saying that the court's ruling struck a "cautious middle ground" that could negatively impact the research industry.
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.