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  • Heather Gerken Discusses Progressive Federalism

    Heather Gerken Discusses Progressive Federalism

    Heather Gerken, future dean and current professor of Yale Law School, was part of a plenary panel titled “Progressive Federalism: A New Way Forward?” at the American Constitution Society for Law and Policy's National Convention in Washington, D.C.

    The panel examined how progressives are looking at ...

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  • Elizabeth Cabraser Named Lead Counsel of Fiat Chrysler

    Elizabeth Cabraser Named Lead Counsel of Fiat Chrysler

    Lieff Cabraser founding partner Elizabeth Cabraser was named Lead Counsel for Plaintiffs and Chair of Plaintiffs’ Steering Committee in litigation against Fiat Chrysler by brought by Jeep and Dodge owners over allegations the company bypassed diesel emission controls in nearly one hundred thousand vehicles. Ms. Cabraser also served ...

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  • In Memoriam: John D. Hastie

    John D. Hastie of Phillips Murrah passed away. He was 77.

    Mr. Hastie was an adjunct professor for the University of Oklahoma College of Law from 1982-1990 and 2000-2003. He authored articles for several organizations, including the American Bar Association and the Oklahoma Law Review. He was a ...

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  • Could Amazon Democratize Whole Foods?

    University of Chicago Law School professor and Consumer Contracts Reporter Omri Ben-Shahar wrote an op-ed for Forbes magazine on the Amazon takeover of Whole Foods Market.

    In the piece, Professor Ben-Shahar explains how Amazon could democratize Whole Foods:  

    “Amazon might eventually shed Whole Foods’ overpriced reputation, commonly nicknamed ...

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  • Frank Sullivan Jr. Receives Professionalism Award

    Frank Sullivan Jr. Receives Professionalism Award

    Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law professor Frank Sullivan Jr. received the 2017 American Inns of Court Professionalism Award for the Seventh Circuit. The award was presented at the annual dinner of the 66th Annual Meeting of the Seventh Circuit Bar Association on May 1 in ...

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