Apr. 26, 2016
WGRZ - A story about Charter Communication’s $65.5 billion acquisition of Time Warner Cable interviews Associate Professor Christine Bartholomew who said Charter’s acquisition would elevate it to the top of the cable and internet industry. “If this follows a traditional oligopoly model, there’s a concern that consumers will see price hikes in the future,” she said.
Apr. 25, 2016
Los Angeles Times - An article about a federal appeals court ruling that New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady must serve a four-game suspension for his role in an alleged football-deflating scheme quotes Adjunct Faculty Helen “Nellie” Drew. “From a legal perspective, Brady is all but done,” she said.
Apr. 25, 2016
USA Today - An article about an agreement by the city of Cleveland to pay $6 million to the family of Tamir Rice, a 12-year-old black youth fatally shot in 2014 by a white police officer in a tragedy caught on video, quotes Professor Guyora Binder who called the settlement “good news” because large settlements typically force cities to closely examine protocols and behavior.
April 18, 2016
ABC News - A story about a lawsuit filed in federal court by Microsoft for the right to be able to tell customers when law enforcement officials request their emails and other data quotes Professor Mark Bartholomew who said major Silicon Valley players are trying to make their brands stand for privacy. “One way to do that is to take these very public stances against the government,” he said.
Mar. 31, 2016
ABC News – An article about law enforcement officials in Arkansas who may be getting an assist from the FBI to help unlock an iPhone and an iPod belonging to two murder suspects quotes Prof. Mark Bartholomew, "I think you have seen in the context of the Apple San Bernardino case, local law enforcement officials are saying, 'This is a problem, we don't have access to these phones," he said. "In a sense, the Arkansas case shows local officials really want to access these phones in cases of criminal prosecution."
Mar. 29, 2016
Bloomberg News - An article about indications by Donald Trump that he’s not taking any delegates for granted after the Republican front-runner’s campaign signaled that he plans to file a formal complaint with the Republican National Committee contesting how Louisiana will allocate its delegates quotes Interim Dean James Gardner who said that absent allegations of fraud, Trump’s threat to sue the RNC seems to be based on the notion that the rules produced an outcome that he doesn’t like.
Mar. 28, 2016
Vox - An article about the makeup of the U.S. Supreme Court, which has not included a former criminal defense lawyer in 25 years, quotes Associate Professor Anthony O’Rourke, who looked at the backgrounds of Justices Sonia Sotomayor and Samuel Alito, and said that thanks to a "healthier appreciation of, let’s say, the diversity of professionalism" among police and prosecutors in the field, Sotomayor is arguably the most pro-defendant justice on the current Court.
Mar. 4, 2016
Buffalo News - Professor Mark Bartholomew is quoted in an article about how anger at Buffalo’s Delaware North is building online after the National Park Service and the new Yosemite National Park concessionaire changed the names of popular park attractions this week due to a lawsuit filed by Delaware North.
Mar. 1, 2016
Mashable.com – Prof. Lucinda Finley was quoted in an article about Whole Woman’s Health, a Texas clinic that has worked to create an environment where women can deal with the complicated emotions about abortion and leave feeling free of shame and stigma, and oral arguments before the U.S. Supreme Court in Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt.
Mar. 1, 2016
Associated Press - An article about the name changes that took place at midnight Monday in Yosemite National Park amid a bitter legal dispute between government officials and Delaware North, which operated many of the popular attractions from 1993 until Monday when competitor Aramark took over, quotes Professor Mark Bartholomew.
Feb. 29, 2016
Associated Press – An article about the bitter legal dispute over naming rights for some of Yosemite National Park’s most iconic attractions quotes Professor Mark Bartholomew who said Delaware North may want to preserve the value of the names at issue because iconic names will lose value if they are no longer used.
Feb. 24, 2016
Associated Press - Professor Mark Bartholomew was quoted in an article about the battle between Apple Inc. and the FBI over iPhone security looks at what individuals and Apple could do to FBI-proof their phones and shield private information from investigators and cybercriminals alike.
Feb. 23, 2016
Associated Press – An article about the fight between Apple Inc. and the FBI over accessing a locked and encrypted iPhone, which Apple wants to be presented before by Congress rather than decided by the courts, quotes Professor Mark Bartholomew who said Apple may have a compelling case arguing that it would be unfair to force it to make its devices less secure.
Feb. 4, 2016
USA Today - An article about potential legal obstacles for both the prosecution and defense teams in the Bill Cosby sexual-assault trial interviews Professor Anthony O’Rourke who said he believes there is no legal bar to suppress a deposition given by Cosby in 2006 and released by a judge in 2015.
Jan. 25, 2016
NY Daily Record - Christine P. Bartholomew, associate professor of law, was interviewed by the Daily Record about a Supreme Court case ruling on class-action lawsuits. (Available via paid subscription)
Dec. 8, 2015
Fusion.com - An article about global warming and Buffalo’s weather quotes Professor Jessica Owley. The article notes that Owley traveled to Paris this week with a group of six law students to attend the COP21 climate conference and plans to mobilize more young people from Buffalo around the issue.
Nov. 20, 2015
WGRZ-TV - Visiting Clinical Assistant Professor Christopher Moellering was interviewed in a story about a settlement involving a woman who was told she had to leave work after her manager learned that her estranged husband had threatened her.
Nov. 04, 2015
New York Times - Teaching Faculty Lise Gelernter responds to an article that, in her opinion, “illustrated how the Supreme Court’s recent arbitration rulings have eviscerated the notions of fairness and due process for average people trying to vindicate their consumer, employment or other individual rights.”
Oct. 23, 2015
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Bloomberg Big Law Business - Adjunct Faculty Helen "Nellie" Drew looks at the scandal surrounding DraftKings, the largest of the two primary Daily Fantasy Sports companies, and an employee who used proprietary information from its operations to win a $350,000 payout from rival FanDuel.
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International Business Times - Adjunct Faculty Helen Drew is quoted in a story about the NFL’s severe discipline of the New England Patriots vs. the previous actions against domestic violence violations
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