2012 Archives

Iowa in perspective: The delegate math is what matters most
Jerry H. Goldfeder in NY Daily News, January 5, 2012
It's the delegates, stupid
Jerry Goldfeder in NY Daily News, January 5, 2012
Free trade can bring change to North Korea
Sungjoon Cho in The Hill, January 5, 2012
Cold case team is behind US terror files court battle
James Cohen in Belfast Telegraph , January 5, 2012
Cold case team is behind US terror files court battle
James Cohen in Live Journal, January 5, 2012
Trial not likely for Jared Lee Loughner in 2012
James A. Cohen in The Associated Press, January 6, 2012
Mentally ill man charged in Tucson shooting rampage not likely to be tried in 2012
James Cohen in Daily Reporter, January 6, 2012
Ten years on, Guantanamo still casts long shadow
Karen J. Greenberg in AsiaOne, January 8, 2012
Fashion designs for Obama
Susan Scafidi in Crain's, January 9, 2012
Will the Bar Stand Up to Gingrich's Tirade Against Judges?
Joel Cohen in Law.com, January 9, 2012
Fashion designs for Obama
Susan Scafidi in Crain's New York , January 9, 2012
Copyright Lawyers Oppose SOPA … And Say It Won’t Even Work
Jeanne Fromer in Washingtonsblog (blog), January 10, 2012
Guantanamo: 10 years later, a spot in the American Landscape
Karen Greenberg in Le nouvel Observateur, January 10, 2012
Guantanamo At 10: U.S. Weighs Future Of Detainees
Karen J. Greenberg on NPR, January 11, 2012
Conviction rate high in terrorism cases, even when informer used
Karen J. Greenberg in Tampa Bay Times, January 11, 2012
Despite Controversial FBI Investigative Tactics, Terror Convictions Remain High
Karen Greenberg in Tampa Bay Times, January 11, 2012
10-year anniversary highlights Obama’s Guantanamo failure
Karen Greenberg in Euronews, January 11, 2012
The Urgent Need to Change the CDC's Definition of 'Safe' Blood Lead Levels
Deborah Denno in The Huffington Post, January 12, 2012
Imagining a world without Guantanamo
Karen Greenberg in The Washington Post, January 12, 2012
Unexpected Road Block to Afghanistan Peace: Gitmo
Karen J. Greenberg in Wired, January 13, 2012
States should make better use of academic data, study says
Joel Reidenberg in The Washington Post, January 17, 2012
Members With 9-to-5's // Q & A with Sonia Katyal, Fordham Law Professor & 3rd Ward Member
Sonia Katyal in 3rd Ward (blog), January 18, 2012
A world without Guantanamo
Karen Greenberg in The Malay Mail, January 18, 2012
Sports Law Practice And High-Stakes Litigation Address Legal Issues That Extend Well Beyond Financial Awards And Players Rights
James W. Quinn '71 in The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel, January 18, 2012
Koch recalls conversations with Bloomberg and with Obama, who he thinks is 'very lucky'
Thane Rosenbaum in Capital New York, January 20, 2012
In defeat of SOPA and PIPA, Washington learns not to meddle with 'West Coast Code' (and technology advocates learn the public is with them)
Joel Reidenberg in Capital, January 20, 2012
Supreme Court limits police use of GPS to track suspects
Joel Reidenberg in Reuters, January 23, 2012
Police need warrant for GPS tracking: court
Joel Reidenberg in Reuters UK, January 23, 2012
Louboutin Presses 2nd Circ. To Reverse Red Sole Mark Ruling
Susan Scafidi in Law 360, January 24, 2012
Archbishop Dolan slams Obama birth-control mandate
Fordham Law in New York Post, January 25, 2012
Dolan Embarks On Holy Land Pilgrimage
Fordham Law School on New York 1, January 25, 2012
Can you trademark the color red?
Susan Scafidi in Marketplace Life, January 25, 2012
Dolan Slams New Birth Control Policy At Fordham Event
Fordham Law School on New York 1, January 25, 2012
Christian Louboutin, YSL Face Off in Appeals Court
Susan Scafidi in WWD, January 25, 2012
The Red-Sole Case
Susan Scafidi in The Wall Street Journal, January 25, 2012
Louboutin defends red-sole trademark
Susan Scafidi in New York Post, January 25, 2012
Top Catholic bishop feels betrayed by Obama
Fordham Law in The Underground , January 25, 2012
Top Catholic bishop feels betrayed by Obama
Fordham Law in The Washington Post , January 25, 2012
Steal my sole? Heel no! Shoe designer Christian Louboutin sees red, sues YSL
Susan Scafidi in NY Daily News, January 25, 2012
Dolan: Natural law, not religious preference, dictates all life sacred
Fordham Law in U.S. Catholic, January 26, 2012
Archbishop Dolan is not happy with Obama
Fordham Law in Commonweal Magazine, January 26, 2012
Probe of NYPD boss' son puts DA in spotlight, too
James Cohen on FoxNews, January 27, 2012
Experts Suggest Deficient Reports Mask Serious Red Ink
Sean Griffith in Bloomberg BNA, January 27, 2012
Boycott Apple? The Moral Dilemma After Abuse Reports From China
Thane Rosenbaum in The Daily Beast, January 27, 2012
Realities of the runway: Models organize against abuse
Susan Scafidi in Metro, January 30, 2012
Ruling on Contraception Draws Battle Lines at Catholic Colleges
Bridgette Dunlap '12 in The New York Times, January 30, 2012
Power of the Purse: How Corporate Procurement is Influencing Law Firm
Silvia Hodges in American Bar, January 31, 2012
Speaking Up: Helping Law Students Break Through the Silence of Depression
Fordham Law School in The ABA Journal, February 1, 2012
The Laws of Friendship
Ethan Leib in The New York Law Journal, February 1, 2012
The Charles Schwab Corporation : Schwab client-waiver spurs FINRA complaint
Constantine Katsoris in 4-Traders, February 1, 2012
Bevilacqua’s videotaped testimony might now be heard at trial
James Cohen in Philly, February 1, 2012
Hershman: HBO to remain 'bullish' on boxing going forward
Alumnus Ken Hershman '88 in USA Today, February 1, 2012
LegalTech Takeaways: Cost-Saving Tips, Government E-Discovery
Silvia Hodges in Law.com, February 2, 2012
Closing the Student Sweatshop
Jennifer Gordon in The New York Times, February 2, 2012
Which metrics matter most?
Silvia Hodges in Law.com, February 2, 2012
Procuring the future
Silvia Hodges in The European Lawyer, February 2, 2012
The Fannie Mae Law Firm? Complacency Is Not an Option
Silvia Hodges in Law Journal Newsletters, February 3, 2012
Counterfeit Gap joins the counterfeit Gucci
Susan Scafidi in The Los Angeles Times, February 3, 2012
Q&A: Nick Katsoris
Alumnus Nick Katsoris '91 in The New York Law Journal, February 3, 2012
Announcement for the Paul Murphy Prize
Robert Kaczorowski in Concurring Opinions (blog), February 3, 2012
California woman's small claims victory resonates
Howard Erichson in The Associated Press, February 3, 2012
Sign of the times: Knockoffs get humble
Susan Scafidi in UPI, February 4, 2012
Dickens v. Lawyers
Alumnus Joseph Tartakovsky in The New York Times, February 5, 2012
On Target
Susan Scafidi on CBS Early Show, February 6, 2012
Amid Claims Cancer Center Chief Took Research, A Look at Who Owns What
Joel Reidenberg on WNYC, February 6, 2012
Exploitative Fashion Folks Beware: The Model Alliance Has Launched
Susan Scafidi in Jezebel, February 7, 2012
Even fakes going down-market
Susan Scafidi in The Province, February 7, 2012
Models Have Rights Too: Learn Why Coco Rocha, Crystal Renn and More are Lending Their Support to the Model Alliance
Susan Scafidi in Fashionista, February 7, 2012
Models' Rights
Susan Scafidi on WNYC, February 7, 2012
Models form rights group ahead of New York Fashion Week
Susan Scafidi in Reuters, February 7, 2012
Even Counterfeiters Are Trading Down These Days
Susan Scafidi in Time, February 8, 2012
Fashion Models Organize to Fend Off Abuses
Susan Scafidi in The Associated Press, February 8, 2012
Fordham Should Prescribe Birth Control
Fordham Law Students for Reproductive Justice in The Ram, February 8, 2012
New York models demand better working conditions
Susan Scafidi on BBC News, February 8, 2012
Models say fashion industry breaks child labor and sexual harassment laws
Susan Scafidi in Global Post, February 8, 2012
Ugly secrets of fashion business
Susan Scafidi in Reuters, February 8, 2012
Frankfurt Kurnit Law Firm Promotes Four Attorneys to Counsel
Christopher Chase in Intellectual Property Today, February 9, 2012
Police Shooting of Unarmed Man Has Community on Edge
James Cohen on WNYC, February 9, 2012
Models form rights group ahead of Fashion Week
Susan Scafidi on The Today Show, February 10, 2012
Copyright abuses rampant at fashion shows
Susan Scafidi in Crain's New York, February 10, 2012
Ethics Czar's Dual Role
James Cohen in Wall Street Journal, February 10, 2012
Model Alliance Fights For Models' Rights
Susan Scafidi on WNYC, February 10, 2012
His. Hers.
Susan Scafidi in New York Magazine, February 12, 2012
A Chat with Dr. Silvia Hodges on How to Prepare for the “New Normal” in Private Practice
Silvia Hodges in Ms. JD, February 13, 2012
How Do You Brand Consumer Privacy?
Joel Reidenberg on Ad Age, February 13, 2012
The Risks of Taking Your Electronic Devices Abroad
Joel Cohen in Law.com, February 13, 2012
The ugly truth of fashion's model behaviour
Fashion Law Institute in The Guardian, February 13, 2012
5 Things We Learned at Fordham's "Law of the Fashion Show" Panel
Fashion Law Institute in Racked, February 14, 2012
Behind NY's catwalks, legal contracts abound
Susan Scafidi in Reuters, February 14, 2012
New law heralds US terror shake-up
Karen Greenberg in News24, February 14, 2012
Fashion Week 2012: Unpaid Internships Questioned After Diana Wang's Harper's Bazaar Suit
Susan Scafidi in The Huffington Post , February 14, 2012
Underwear bomber set to get life sentence
Karen Greenberg in MSN News, February 14, 2012
Why Trademark Blue Ivy?
Sonia Katyal in Slate, February 15, 2012
Models unite to tackle workplace issues
Susan Scafidi on CBS, February 15, 2012
Why did Mandy Patinkin quit 'CI?" Five years later, he speaks...
Thane Rosenbaum in Newsday, February 16, 2012
Beyonce Dotes On Baby Blue Ivy Carter
Sonia Katyal in Popular Critic, February 16, 2012
Federal agents arrest Amine El Khalifi; he allegedly planned to bomb Capitol
Karen Greenberg in Washington Post, February 17, 2012
Conviction of Former Goldman Sachs Employee Overturned
Joel Reidenberg in JD Journal, February 17, 2012
Ex-Goldman programmer's conviction overturned
Joel Reidenberg in Reuters, February 17, 2012
Q&A: Arthur J. Gonzalez
Judge Arthur Gonzalez '82 in The New York Law Journal, February 17, 2012
Agents Arrest Terror Suspect Allegedly Planning to Bomb U.S. Capitol, But is the FBI Guilty of Entrapment?
Karen Greenberg in Policymic, February 17, 2012
Ferraro Family's Donation to Support Clinic Center
Fordham Law School and Geraldine Ferraro '60 in The New York Law Journal, February 17, 2012
How the FBI Invents Terrorists Like the U.S. Capitol ‘Suicide Bomber’
Karen Greenberg in The Daily Beast, February 19, 2012
Menswear and Oxblood: Trends You'll See at the Mall this Fall
Susan Scafidi in Daily Finance, February 22, 2012
Jury to rule: Was hate motive of NJ webcam spying?
Joel Reidenberg in The Associated Press, February 23, 2012
What if Israel Were in Germany? An Alternate History
Haroon Moghul in Religion Dispatches, February 23, 2012
The Journal of Art Crime, Fall 2011: Leila Amineddoleh on "The Pillaging of the Abandoned Spanish Countryside"
Leila Amineddoleh in ARCA, February 24, 2012
‘Hate Crime’ hurdle
Joel Reidenberg in New York Post, February 24, 2012
Santorum pinning hope on religious conservatives
Abner Greene on CBS, February 27, 2012
Police Spying On Mosques
Haroon Moghul on WBUR, February 27, 2012
Navajo sues Urban Outfitters over product names
Susan Scafidi in The Associated Press, February 29, 2012
Guantanamo prisoner held for years in secret emerges for plea deal that caps prison sentence
Karen Greenberg in Newser, February 29, 2012
A Turning Point in Terror Prosecutions
Karen J. Greenberg in Baltimore Sun, February 29, 2012
First "high value" Gitmo detainee pleads guilty
Karen Greenberg in VolunteerTV, February 29, 2012
A Boost to 9/11 Trials
Karen Greenberg in Newsweek, February 29, 2012
Wig and gown in vogue on the catwalk
Susan Scafidi in Financial Times, March 1, 2012
Plea deal in terror suspect’s military trial sparks debate
Karen J. Greenberg in The Washington Post, March 1, 2012
FTC's Brill: 'Do Not Track' Means Do Not Collect Data
Fordham Law School in MediaPost News, March 2, 2012
BP Spill Trial Starts Amid Settlement Pressure
Howard Erichson in Bloomberg Businessweek, March 2, 2012
St. John's, Hofstra Make Finals in Trial Competition
Fordham Law School in New York Law Journal, March 2, 2012
Apple Lawsuit in China
Mark Allen Cohen on Voice of Russia, March 2, 2012
FTC To Ramp Up Privacy Protections In Big Data Arena
Fordham Law School in Law360, March 2, 2012
Julie Brill Calls For Consumer Anonymity From Big Data
Fordham Law School in WebProNews, March 2, 2012
NYPD commissioner defends monitoring of Muslim student groups in most detailed remarks so far
Fordham Law School in The Republic, March 3, 2012
Ray Kelly's War
Fordham Law School in The Wall Street Journal, March 6, 2012
Ray Kelly lays down the law
Fordham Law School in The Daily News, March 6, 2012
Attorneys critical of AG Holder's justification for targeted killings of Americans
Karen J. Greenberg on Public Radio International, March 6, 2012
Does law clarify rights of detention? Yes. No. Maybe.
Karen Greenberg in The Philadelphia Inquirer, March 6, 2012
Eric Holder: US Can Target Citizens Overseas
Karen Greenberg in The Takeaway, March 6, 2012
iPad dispute signals new era in trademark troubles
Mark Allen Cohen in The Associated Press, March 6, 2012
iPad Spat: A New Era in Trademark Trouble
Mark Cohen in TIME, March 6, 2012
Car Wash Workers In New York Begin Drive To Improve Working Conditions
Jennifer Gordon in The Huffington Post, March 7, 2012
Silence in the face of genocide – again
Thane Rosenbaum in The Jerusalem Post, March 7, 2012
Wealth Could Be Risky Issue for Mets Owners Should They Face a Jury
Annemarie McAvoy in The New York Times, March 7, 2012
Wealth Could Be Risky Issue for Mets Owners Should They Face a Jury
Annemarie McAvoy in The New York Times, March 7, 2012
Venable Finds Unique Marketing Opportunity at Annual Food Show
Silvia Hodges in New York Law Journal, March 8, 2012
Rick Santorum and John F. Kennedy
Abner S. Greene in The Huffington Post, March 8, 2012
Opinion: NYC's Top Cop is Doing What it Takes to Keep Us Safe
Fordham Law School on NBC, March 8, 2012
The bruising battle for Alter Communications
Richard Squire in The Deal, March 9, 2012
Financial Reporting Renders Health Care Reform Unconstitutional
Joseph Marren '79 in Jurist, March 10, 2012
9/11 mastermind set to face US military court
Karen Greenberg in Turkish Press, March 11, 2012
What’s Next for Gun Rights?
Fordham Urban Law Journal in National Review Online, March 13, 2012
Criminal or Cultural: South Asian Gay Community Weighs in on Dharun Ravi
Sonia Katyal on WNYC, March 14, 2012
Fordham Law School trip to Beijing
Toni Fine in Beijing Foreign Law School, March 14, 2012
Professor Jackie Nolan-Haley in French newspaper
Jacqueline Nolan-Haley in Le Republican Lorrain (France), March 14, 2012
How About Visas for Syrian Defectors?
Peter Schuck in The Wall Street Journal, March 14, 2012
Fordham Law Alumni Asia Trip
Denny Chin in China News Network, March 15, 2012
Financing Terror
Center on National Security in The National Interest, March 16, 2012
Ravi found guilty of majority of Rutgers spying charges
Annemarie McAvoy in USA Today, March 16, 2012
Report Calls Out Drugs And Sexual Harassment In Modeling Industry
Fashion Law Institute in Styleite, March 17, 2012
NJ webcam case a lesson in unintended consequence
Annemarie McAvoy in Atlanta News, March 17, 2012
Rutgers student lost his dice roll
Annemarie McAvoy in The Philadephia Inquirer, March 18, 2012
Fordham Law Alumni Asia Trip
Denny Chin in 21st Century Network, March 19, 2012
Doubling down on 9/11
Karen Greenberg in Salon, March 19, 2012
Mets’ Owners Agree to Settle Madoff Suit for $162 Million
Annemarie McAvoy in The New York Times, March 19, 2012
Fordham Law Alumni Asia Trip
Hon. Denny Chin '78 in The Legal Daily (China), March 20, 2012
US in Afghanistan: A Destiny Written with Dead Bodies
Karen Greenberg in Common Dreams, March 20, 2012
Fordham Corporate Law Center Presents Inaugural Corporate Compliance Conference: Managing Practitioner Risks in a Complex Global Environment
Fordham Corporate Law Center in City Biz List - New York, March 21, 2012
'Stand Your Ground Law' at center of Fla. shooting
Nicholas Johnson in The Boston Globe, March 22, 2012
Will Trayvon Martin case spur rethinking of Stand Your Ground laws?
Nicholas Johnson in The Christian Science Monitor, March 22, 2012
BC football player faces charge
Annemarie McAvoy in The Boston Globe, March 22, 2012
'US national security policies increasingly violating civil liberties'
Karen Greenberg on PressTV, March 22, 2012
Fordham Law’s Fashion Law Institute
Fashion Law Institute in StartUp Fashion, March 22, 2012
Friends With Yogi, and Other Tales
Thane Rosenbaum in The New York Times, March 23, 2012
Americans Are Getting Tired Of Trumped Up Terrorism Charges Against Their Innocent Neighbors
Karen Greenberg in Business Insider, March 23, 2012
Sexual harassment, women of color topic of March 26 Cannon Lecture
Tanya Hernandez in The University of Toledo, March 23, 2012
Ravi's High-Profile Media Campaign Both Savvy and Risky, Legal Experts Say
Ian Weinstein on WNYC, March 23, 2012
U.S. regulators push for online "do not track" system
Joel Reidenberg in Reuters, March 26, 2012
Virtual Courts and the Future of Personal Jurisdiction
Tony Niescier '12 in Jurist, March 26, 2012
Neon in the Workplace: Blinding or Beautiful?
Susan Scafidi in The Careerist, March 27, 2012
2nd Annual Fashion Law Institute Symposium
Fashion Law Institute in Dumas Firm, LLP (blog), March 27, 2012
Judge blocks states from importing drug used in executions
in Global Post, March 27, 2012
Judge bars import of drug used in death penalty
on News Talk 1360AM/97.5FM WTAQ.com, March 27, 2012
Tables Turned on Same-Sex Marriage Foe
Fordham Law School in Crain's New York, March 28, 2012
‘The Stranger’ of Thane Rosenbaum
Thane Rosenbaum in Business Mirror, March 28, 2012
Trademark squatting in China doesn't sit well with U.S. retailers
Mark Allen Cohen in Los Angeles Times, March 28, 2012
Was the Rutgers Bully Scapegoated?
Annemarie McAvoy in Gay City News, March 29, 2012
New photographs capture recovering model's smile
James A. Cohen on The Today Show, April 3, 2012
Constitution Check: Is There a Constitutional Right to "Stand Your Ground"?
Nicholas Johnson in The Huffington Post, April 3, 2012
A Prosecutor Makes The Case For Military Trials
Karen J. Greenberg on NPR, April 3, 2012
SEC examiners enter U.S. boardrooms to gauge compliance
Corporate Compliance Conference in Reuters, April 4, 2012
Police tracking of cellphones raises concerns
Joel Reidenberg in The Los Angeles Times, April 4, 2012
CIA Whistleblower John Kiriakou Formally Indicted
Karen Greenberg in Antiwar.com, April 5, 2012
Critics round on data snooping plan
Joel Reidenberg in Financial Times, April 6, 2012
A Future in Politics Less Desirable Among Today's Pre-Law Students
Juan Carlos Polanco '05 in Chicago Tribune, April 6, 2012
Strip Searches and Detainees
James Cohen on Bloomberg Law, April 8, 2012
Laws must regulate fashion counterfeiting
Susan Scafidi in Washington Square News (NYU News), April 9, 2012
9/11 Snitch Springs U.S. From Torture Trial Trap
Karen Greenberg in Wired, April 9, 2012
6 Points Worth Pondering From Last Night's Appropriation Art Smack-Down at New York Law School
Britton Payne in Blouin ArtInfo, April 10, 2012
Students Launch Campus Garden
Farm to Fordham in The Ram, April 11, 2012
Court restricts U.S. in Goldman programmer ruling
Joel Reidenberg in Reuters, April 11, 2012
DOJ's Antitrust Case May Have Huge Implications for Publishing
Mark Patterson in PC World, April 11, 2012
Goldman code theft 'beyond scope of law'
Joel Reidenberg in The Financial Times, April 11, 2012
Chinese Courts Can Trip Up US Cos. Looking To Protect IP
Fordham Law School in Law360, April 11, 2012
California bill would block cellphone tracking without warrant
Joel Reidenberg in The Los Angeles Times, April 11, 2012
Zimmerman Murder Charges
Annemarie McAvoy on CBS, April 12, 2012
California senate bill would need warrant for GPS info
Joel Reidenberg in Electronista, April 12, 2012
George Zimmerman arrest: Proof that the system worked -- or failed?
Nicholas Johnson in The Christian Science Monitor, April 12, 2012
Flight Risk, Gravity of Crime Weighed in Setting Large Bond
James Cohen in New York Law Journal, April 13, 2012
Documents provide rare insight into FBI’s terrorism stings
Karen J. Greenberg in The Washington Post, April 13, 2012
Ian Weinstein, WNYC Morning Edition Audio Interview
Ian Weinstein on WNYC, April 13, 2012
Documents, blown case provide rare look into FBI terror stings
Karen Greenberg in The Washington Post, April 14, 2012
Homegrown Bomb Plot Is Rarity for Open Court
Karen J. Greenberg in The New York Times, April 15, 2012
Trial Opens for Alleged New York Bomb Plotter
Karen Greenberg in Voice of America News, April 16, 2012
Steps From a Terrorism Trial, No Signs of Fear
Karen J. Greenberg in The New York Times City Room Blog, April 17, 2012
Can brain scans show where evil resides?
Deborah W. Denno on Radio Health Journal, April 17, 2012
New York Bombing Plot 'Mastermind' Testifies Against Friend
Karen Greenberg in Voice of America News, April 18, 2012
Online 'In Crowd': Why Big Retail Is Courting Small Fashion Blogs
Susan Scafidi in AOL Daily Finance, April 18, 2012
Today’s Headlines and Commentary
Center on National Security in Lawfare Blog, April 19, 2012
Morals of punishment
Thane Rosenbaum in The Massachusetts Daily Collegian, April 19, 2012
Louis Vuitton wins ITC trademark battle v. Chinese counterfeiters
Susan Scafidi in Reuters, April 19, 2012
Etan Patz Case Launched Era Of Putting Missing Children On Milk Cartons
Annemarie McAvoy in Huffington Post, April 20, 2012
Are "Stand Your Ground" laws unconstitutional?
Nicholas Johnson in All Voices, April 20, 2012
Handyman denies involvement in NY missing-boy case
Annemarie McAvoy in Yahoo! News, April 21, 2012
Forensics in the Etan Patz investigation
James Cohen on ABC, April 21, 2012
Certain N.Y. ZIP codes key to locking up political funds
Zephyr Teachout in USA Today, April 21, 2012
Education for Justice speaker discusses terrorism trials
Karen Greenberg in The Scranton Times Tribune, April 23, 2012
Post-Fashion Law Institute 2012 Symposium
Fashion Law Institute in Disciples of Haute (blog), April 23, 2012
What They Didn't Teach You in Law School - Until Now
Silvia Hodges in New York Law Journal, April 23, 2012
The Law of the Fashion Show: Fordham Fashion Law Institute NYFW 2012
Susan Scafidi in Disciples of Haute (blog), April 23, 2012
In alluding to secret investigation, former federal prosecutor Sal Perricone may have violated a cardinal rule
Bruce Green in The Times-Picayune, April 24, 2012
Here's How You Can Protect Your Brand From Copycats
Fashion Law Institute in Forbes, April 24, 2012
Teaching Kids About Financial Literacy
Fordham Law School in The San Francisco Chronicle, April 24, 2012
Immigration Law
Annemarie McAvoy on CBS, April 25, 2012
Will Coco Rocha Sue Elle Brazil For Airbrushing Her Bodysuit Off?
Susan Scafidi in Grazia, April 25, 2012
Top Model Coco Rocha Slams Mag for Photoshopping Off Her Underwear
Susan Scafidi in Jezebel, April 25, 2012
Why Coco Rocha is seeing red over her Elle Brazil cover...
Susan Scafidi in Catwalk Queen, April 25, 2012
US hires top lawyer to lead Google case
Mark Patterson in Financial Times, April 26, 2012
U.S. Escalates Google Case by Hiring Noted Outside Lawyer
Mark R. Patterson in The New York Times, April 26, 2012
Republic of Fear
Karen Greenberg in National Journal, April 26, 2012
Online Infringement Legislation Fuels Furious Debate at New York Conference
Hugh Hansen in Bloomberg BNA, April 27, 2012
New York City Council Honors Law School Immigration Clinics
Immigrant Rights and Access to Justice Clinic in New York Law Journal, April 27, 2012
Anti-terror law targets Arab names in shutting bank accounts
Annemarie McAvoy in North Jersey, April 27, 2012
Fordham Law Offers a Marketing Class—Will Other Schools Follow?
Silvia Hodges in The Careerist, April 30, 2012
Accessories Brands Benefit From M&A Activity
Fordham Law School in WWD, April 30, 2012
Fashion Law Institute 2nd Annual Symposium
Susan Scafidi in Daily Fashion Report (blog), May 1, 2012
NYC Subway Bombing Plotter Found Guilty
Karen Greenberg in Voice of America, May 1, 2012
BRIC Potential Strong, But Problems Persist
Fashion Law Institute in WWD, May 1, 2012
Report backs human rights
Fordham Law School in timesunion, May 2, 2012
Scholars Sound Off On Presidential Election Law
Jerry H. Goldfeder and Students on NY1, May 3, 2012
Potential Torture Testimony Could Rattle Sept. 11 Case
Karen Greenberg on NPR, May 4, 2012
At Sept. 11 Trial, Military Commissions Face Scrutiny
Karen Greenberg in New York Now, May 4, 2012
Experts hint at uncomfortable uncertainty in 9/11 trial
Karen Greenberg in The Daily News, May 6, 2012
FBI stings, like one in Cleveland, become more common in terrorism investigations
Karen Greenberg in Cleveland.com, May 6, 2012
Why Economic Justice Is Central to LGBT Rights
Chi Mgbako in The Huffington Post, May 7, 2012
September 11th Conspirators Face Length Military Trial
Karen Greenberg on NY1, May 8, 2012
The takeaway from the Yemeni 'underwear bomber' plot
Karen Greenberg in The Guardian (UK), May 9, 2012
Viacom v. YouTube: Examining the Limits of Safe Harbor
Olivier Sylvain in Jurist, May 9, 2012
D&O Insurance: Layers and Tiers and Problems
Richard Squire in The D&O Diary, May 10, 2012
Students at Fordham Law Study Marketing
Silvia Hodges in JD Journal, May 10, 2012
KSM Terror Trial
Karen Greenberg on WNYC, May 10, 2012
Fordham Students Study Transgender Civil Rights
The Policy and Legislative Advocacy Clinic in The New York Law Journal, May 11, 2012
Shortage of key drug puts executions in limbo
in The Kansas City Star, May 11, 2012
Military Commissions on Trial in Guantánamo
Karen Greenberg in The Nation, May 11, 2012
Schreuer's guide to nationality planning
Fordham Law Conference on International Arbitration and Mediation in Global Arbitration Review, May 11, 2012
New lessons from Yemeni bomb plot
Karen Greenberg in Gulf News, May 13, 2012
Ex-Somali Terrorist Helps a U.S. Prosecution
Karen Greenberg in The New York Times, May 13, 2012
Today’s Headlines and Commentary
Karen Greenberg in Lawfare (blog), May 14, 2012
As Pressure On Hynes Builds, New Revelations Of Rabbis’ Intimidation
James Cohen in The Jewish Week, May 15, 2012
Justice and the enemy
Karen Greenberg in Foreign Policy, May 15, 2012
J.B. Hunt Transport Services, Inc. to Participate in 5th Annual Wolfe Trahan Global Transportation Conference
Fordham Law School in Yahoo Finance, May 15, 2012
Fiction That Bridges Age Groups
Thane Rosenbaum in The Jewish Week, May 15, 2012
Florida Shooting and John Edwards Trial
Annemarie McAvoy on CBS, May 16, 2012
Missouri finds a drug option for executions: propofol
Deborah Denno in pennlive.com, May 18, 2012
OWS Trials Could Change the Way Police Do Business
Cheryl Bader on WFUV, May 18, 2012
Blind activist leaves for US
Martin Flaherty in Singapore Straits Times, May 19, 2012
8 Highly Influential Law Professors Today
in Background Check.ORG, May 21, 2012
Dharun Ravi's sentence a surprise to legal experts, though appeal could come
Annemarie McAvoy in The Star-Ledger, May 22, 2012
New York chief judge names task force on pro bono work
John Feerick in Reuters, May 22, 2012
Why the Women’s Rights Movement Must Listen to Sex Workers
Chi Mgbako in RH Reality Check, May 22, 2012
As Gucci Continues to Go After Guess for Trademark Infringement, What Does It All Mean for Louboutin vs. YSL?
Susan Scafidi in Next New Fashion, May 23, 2012
Hynes Warns That Rabbis Could Face Prosecution For First Vetting Abuse Allegations
James Cohen in The Jewish Week, May 24, 2012
Etan Patz case: Despite confession, a trial would be tricky
James Cohen in The Christian Science Monitor, May 25, 2012
Confession Not Enough in Patz Case
Jame Cohen in Wall Street Journal, May 25, 2012
Etan Patz case: Will self-admitted killer's prayer group confession hold up?
Annemarie McAvoy in The Christian Science Monitor, May 29, 2012
Judge Jed Rakoff Says U.S. vs. Gupta Reveals Business Ethics Rotten to the Core
Steve Thel in The New York Observer, May 29, 2012
The footwear firm that gave counterfeiters the boot
Susan Scafidi on BBC, May 30, 2012
Irish lawyer wins $120 million verdict in NYC malpractice suit
Thomas Moore '72 in Irish Central, May 30, 2012
Arbitrator Bias Claims Prolong Pain of Disputes
Constantine Katsoris in Reuters, May 31, 2012
Where 9/11 ghosts meet the grandchildren of Shoah survivors
Thane Rosenbaum in The Times of Israel, June 3, 2012
I pledge allegiance to the United…Nations? Global governance and the challenge to the American Constitution
Thomas Lee in American Enterprise Institute, June 4, 2012
Profs say Cuomo can hike minimum wage on his own
Jennifer Gordon in The Associated Press, June 5, 2012
The Specter of Default: How Safe Are U.S. Treasuries?
Richard Squire in Knowledge Wharton, June 6, 2012
Rackets Bureau Chief Vows Openness On Witness Intimidation
James Cohen in The Jewish Week, June 6, 2012
Denno on Courts' Increasing Consideration of Behaviorial Genetics Evidence
Deborah Denno in CrimProf Blog, June 6, 2012
Nasdaq Facebook settlement backlash
Annemarie McAvoy in Reuters, June 6, 2012
Nasdaq to Pay $40 Million in Compensation for Facebook IPO Debacle
Annemarie McAvoy in International Business Times, June 7, 2012
There's More Secret Money In Politics; Justice Kennedy Might Be Surprised
Zephyr Teachout in GPB News, June 7, 2012
Speakers Offer Sage Advice to Law School Graduates
Fordham Law School in New York Law Journal, June 8, 2012
Greek Sex Workers Face Forced HIV Tests; Malawi Workers Fight Back
Chi Mgbako in Ms. Magazine Blog, June 11, 2012
States in uncharted waters using own terror laws
Karen Greenberg in Associated Press, June 11, 2012
Zara Defeats Louboutin in Trademark Case, Does This Open the Door For More Red Sole Imitators?
Susan Scafidi in Fashionista, June 11, 2012
Debunking The Silly Rumor That Anna Wintour Will Be The Next U.K. Ambassador
Susan Scafidi in Jezebel, June 11, 2012
Officer Surrenders in Shooting Death of Unarmed Man
James Cohen on WNYC, June 13, 2012
Colorado Woman Kills Family of 5: Were Seizures to Blame?
Annemarie McAvoy on Good Morning America, June 14, 2012
Luxury Conglomerates Have Their Day in Court
Susan Scafidi in JustLuxe, June 14, 2012
Fordham Center to Address Privacy Concerns in Disasters
Joel Reidenberg and CLIP in New York Law Journal, June 15, 2012
You for Sale: Mapping, and Sharing, the Consumer Genome
Joel Reidenberg in The New York Times, June 16, 2012
Urban Outfitters Sued for Trademark Infringement by Navajo Nation
Susan Scafidi in IP Brief, June 18, 2012
Playing Double Jeopardy
Ethan Leib in Slate, June 19, 2012
Romney changes style – not substance – on immigration
Jennifer Gordon in Reuters, June 21, 2012
High court: FCC didn't give enough notice, can't fine over indecency
Abner Greene in Catholic News Service, June 21, 2012
Supreme Court rejects 'expletives' sanctions
Abner Greene in Variety, June 21, 2012
No End In Sight For FCC Indecency Fights
Abner S. Greene in Law360, June 21, 2012
Tense wait for court ruling on Obamacare
Martin Flaherty in The Financial Times, June 24, 2012
Experts: Clemens, Edwards trials a case of poor judgment
James Cohen in Newsday, June 24, 2012
Supreme Court strikes down Stolen Valor Act
Abner S. Greene in USA Today, June 28, 2012
Roberts Shuffles the Deck with Health Care Decision
Abner Greene in The National Law Journal, June 28, 2012
Supreme court: the conservative John Roberts, saviour of the Obama Act
Clare Huntington and Abner S. Greene in France-Amerique, June 28, 2012
Affordable Health Care Act: The Breakdown
Ethan Leib on NBC, June 29, 2012
Staying on dad’s policy
Fordham Law Student Jenny Edelman in The New York Post, June 29, 2012
Conservative top justice cast vote to save 'Obamacare'
Abner Greene in AFP, June 29, 2012
Obamacare ruling restores faith in US Supreme Court
Abner Greene and Clare Huntington in AFP, June 30, 2012
Andrew Kent on SCOTUS Ruling on Obamacare
Andrew Kent on The Debrief (NBC), July 1, 2012
FBI Out To Lure Muslims Into Terror Plots
Center on National Security in OpEd News, July 2, 2012
New York Lawmakers Compromise Public Health by Failing to Pass “No Condoms as Evidence” Bill
Chi Mgbako in RH Reality Check, July 3, 2012
China Turns Against Law
Carl Minzner in The Wall Street Journal, July 4, 2012
Metal guru
Fordham Law Alum Igor Makarov in The Lawyer, July 6, 2012
IRS Will Likely Struggle To Balance Taxes, Health Care Law
Elizabeth Maresca in The Associated Press, July 9, 2012
Ashland terror suspect to plead guilty
Karen Greenberg in Boston Globe, July 10, 2012
New crisis loom over Egypt over legislature's fate
Karen Greenberg in Businessweek, July 10, 2012
Lockheed’s You-May-Be-Fired Notices Called Scare Tactic
James Brudney in Bloomberg, July 10, 2012
CNN'S AMANPOUR - Libya Elects Liberal Congress; Death Penalty in America - Transcript
Deborah W. Denno on CNN, July 12, 2012
Europe Affecting U.S. Death Penalty
Deborah Denno on CNN, July 13, 2012
Goldman settles with SEC for $550 million
Annemarie McAvoy in Reuters, July 16, 2012
Ga. switching to single-drug method for executions
Deborah W. Denno in The Huffington Post, July 17, 2012
Fordham Law School’s Fashion Law Institute in the News
Susan Scafidi in Commandress, July 19, 2012
The Pension System and the Rise of Shareholder Primacy
Martin Gelter in The Harvard Law School Fourm on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation (blog), July 20, 2012
Kentucky switching to 1 drug executions
Deborah W. Denno in SF Gate, July 20, 2012
Q&A: Jerry Goldfeder
Jerry Goldfeder in The New York Law Journal, July 20, 2012
Kentucky proposes single-drug execution method
Deborah W. Denno in The Courier-Journal, July 21, 2012
Firearm background checks increasing in Ohio
Nicholas Johnson in The Ohio Reporter, July 22, 2012
Just Don’t Ask for Money
Andrew Kent in Slate, July 23, 2012
Fordham Competition Law Institute 39th Annual Conference on International Antitrust Law and Policy
Fordham Law in Antitrust & Competition Policy Blog, July 24, 2012
Let the Competitive Bidding for Outside Counsel Begin
Silvia Hodges in Law.com, July 26, 2012
Virginia Adds New Lethal Injection Drug: Rocuronium Bromide
Deborah W. Denno on CBS DC, July 27, 2012
Analysis: How Much Can Gun Ownership be Restricted?
Nicholas Johnson on Voice of Russia, July 27, 2012
Virginia adds new lethal injection drug
Deborah W. Denno in Seattle PI, July 27, 2012
Fordham Gets $35,000 Grant to Study Smartphone Patents
Joel Reidenberg and CLIP in New York Law Journal, July 27, 2012
Q&A: Denise Mazzeo
Alumna Denise Mazzeo '10 in New York Law Journal, July 27, 2012
Law School Study Alleges NYPD Overstepped its Power During Occupy Protests
Fordham Law Leitner Center in Time Magazine, July 30, 2012
Securities Litigation Is A Predictable Market, Study Shows
Sean Griffith in Forbes, July 30, 2012
Big Data Knows What You're Doing Right Now
Joel Reidenberg in Time Magazine, July 31, 2012
Rule of law in China the silent victim at Bo Xilai wife's trial
Carl Minzner in Reuters, August 1, 2012
Auctions Gain Favor Among Companies Seeking to Hire Counsel
Silvia Hodges in New York Law Journal, August 2, 2012
Sports and the Law: Professor Edelman Explains Why Giving Penn State the ‘Death Penalty’ May Never Have Been a Real Option
Marc Edelman in Above the Law, August 2, 2012
Andrew Kent on Al Aulaqi and Bivens
Andrew Kent in Lawfare (blog), August 3, 2012
Stuyvesant's Stanley Teitel Resigns?
Thane Rosenbaum in Huffington Post, August 6, 2012
The search for a humane way to kill
Deborah W. Denno in BBC NewsMagazine, August 7, 2012
Firearms Law and the Second Amendment - Faculty Book Podcast
Nicholas Johnson in The Federalist Society, August 7, 2012
Aiding the Enemy? Dirty Money Charges Banks' Latest Black Eye
Annemarie McAvoy in Fox Business, August 7, 2012
In case underlying McDermott malpractice suit, judge on brink of etching big ‘clawback’ precedent
Daniel Capra in ACEDS, August 7, 2012
Video: Standard Chartered Stock Dives
Annemarie McAvoy in NBR, August 7, 2012
Twitter gives NYPD info on account behind threats to Mike Tyson show on Broadway
Joel Reidenberg on CBS, August 8, 2012
State Adopts Wrongful Conviction Protocol for Prosecutors
Bruce Green in New York Law Journal, August 9, 2012
Into the Woods in Central Park
Thane Rosenbaum in Huffington Post, August 10, 2012
Standard Chartered's Peter Sands takes the fight to Wall Street
Annemarie McAvoy in The Daily Telegraph, August 11, 2012
China awaits verdict in Gu Kailai murder trial
Carl Minzner in Agence France-Presse, August 12, 2012
There Are No 'Perfect Victims'
Chi Mgbako in Huffington Post, August 14, 2012
Global Banks Rethink NY Bases After Standard Chartered Probe
Annemarie McAvoy in Law360, August 14, 2012
Twitter reveals personal data to police linked to mass threats, as privacy dilemma persists
Martha Rayner in ACEDS, August 15, 2012
Find 'backbone' to punish Standard Chartered, US senator tells regulator
Annemarie McAvoy in The Guardian, August 15, 2012
Standard Chartered Fine Spotlights New Regulator on the Block
Annemarie McAvoy in Law.com, August 16, 2012
Missouri’s one-drug execution plan draws some critical looks
Deborah W. Denno in The Kansas City Star, August 20, 2012
Mental Health Sector Severely Underfunded
Leitner Center for International Law and Justice in The Cambodia Daily, August 22, 2012
Lululemon Is Suing the (Yoga) Pants Off Calvin Klein
Susan Scafidi in Fashionista, August 23, 2012
So Lululemon is Suing Calvin Klein
Susan Scafidi in Style Bistro, August 23, 2012
Arnold & Porter Has Ties to Both Sides of This Year's Biggest Bank Merger
Bruce Green in The Am Law Daily, August 30, 2012
Holder Says No Prosecutions Against CIA for Harsh Interrogations
Karen Greenberg on The Takeaway, August 31, 2012
Fordham Law to Dole Out Advice at NYFW
Susan Scafidi in WWD, September 4, 2012
The Jewish Vote And The 1948 Election
Fordham Law in The Jewish Press, September 5, 2012
Court Upholds, Modifies Louboutin Trademark
Susan Scafidi in Women's Wear Daily, September 5, 2012
EU's Almunia sees no solution yet to Google antitrust case
Fordham Law in Reuters, September 5, 2012
Sole survivor
Susan Scafidi in Footwear News, September 6, 2012
Ruling Backs Validity of Christian Louboutin Trademark
Susan Scafidi in The Fashion Central, September 6, 2012
Rule of Law in China: Past, Present, and Future
Carl Minzner in The Diplomat, September 7, 2012
Louboutin Red-Shoe Decision Clarifies 'Aesthetic Functionality' IP Doctrine
Susan Scafidi in Law.com, September 7, 2012
Fashion Week goes to law school
Susan Scafidi in Crain's New York, September 7, 2012
Fashion Week in Legal Terms
Fordham Law in The Jewish Daily Forward, September 7, 2012
Downward Docket: The Yoga Pants War
Susan Scafidi in The Wall Street Journal, September 11, 2012
Teaching the Right to Arms
Nicholas Johnson in Library of Law and Liberty (blog), September 12, 2012
In fashion circles, lawyers becoming sought-after accessories
Susan Scafidi in Reuters, September 12, 2012
New York Fashion Week Spring 2013: Fashion Law Institute
Fashion Law Institute in The Emerging Designer, September 14, 2012
Twitter hands over records in NY Occupy case
Joel Reidenberg in The Associated Press, September 15, 2012
Van Cleef Wins Key Design Ruling
Susan Scafidi in WWD, September 17, 2012
How to learn the law without losing your mind
Fordham Law in Law.com, September 17, 2012
AMC’s $2.4 Billion Trial May Return ‘Mad Men’ to Dish
Aditi Bagchi in Bloomberg, September 19, 2012
OVERNIGHT TECH: Smith blames Dems for defeat of visa bill
Fordham Law in The Hill, September 20, 2012
Video: FTC Chair Jon Leibowitz on International Corporate Regulation
Fordham Law in NBR, September 20, 2012
EU Seeks More Google Concessions In Antitrust Case
Fordham Law in Reuters, September 20, 2012
EU antitrust chief: Google case continues, despite concessions
Fordham Law in ZDNet, September 20, 2012
FTC Sets Sights On High Court Pay-For-Delay Fight
Fordham Competition Law Institute in Law360, September 20, 2012
Europe Said to Be Close to Approval of EMI Deal
Fordham Law in NYT, September 20, 2012
No Solution Yet in EU's Antitrust Probe of Google
Joaquin Almunia in Nasdaq, September 20, 2012
Is There a "Jewish Vote"? Conference to Take Place in New York
Thane Rosenbaum in Israel National News, September 20, 2012
EU Competition Chief Talks Antitrust Concerns About Google And Microsoft
Fordham Law in WebProNews, September 21, 2012
New York fundraiser for the Irish Famine Tribunal to examine legacy of the Great Famine in Ireland
Fordham Law in Irish Central, September 21, 2012
Google warned it could face antitrust proceedings in Europe
Fordham Law in The Guardian, September 21, 2012
Financial cybercrime a national security threat, U.S. Justice Department official warns
Fordham Law in Reuters, September 21, 2012
Financial cybercrime a national security threat, U.S. Justice Department official warns
Corporate Law Center in Reuters, September 21, 2012
Feerick Center Hosts Awards Reception
Feerick Center in The New York Law Journal, September 26, 2012
The Drone War May be Popular in the U.S. AND Illegal
Fordham Law in Huffington Post, September 26, 2012
Defense layoffs or bluff?
James Brudney in Marketplace, September 27, 2012
Programmer's Case Is Matter of (Legal) Code
James Cohen in Reuters, September 27, 2012
Recommended Reading: Robert Kaczorowski’s “Fordham University School of Law: A History”
Robert Kaczorowski in Concurring Opinions, September 30, 2012
Prosecutors for sale
Bruce Green in The National Law Journal, October 1, 2012
Gun Rights in Scrutiny Land: The Federal Courts Attempt to Claw Back Heller
Nicholas Johnson in Library of Law and Liberty (blog), October 2, 2012
Gun Rights in Scrutiny Land: The Federal Courts Attempt to Claw Back Heller
Nicholas Johnson in Liberty Law Blog, October 2, 2012
Q & A: Legal expert, ex-player Ford says colleges need concussion plans
Fordham Law Alum Jack Ford on CBS Sports, October 3, 2012
AG’s Bear Stearns RMBS fraud case not necessarily a bondholder windfall
Annemarie McAvoy in Debtwire, October 3, 2012
Oil companies likely to remain on the hook for drilling in nations that torture their citizens
Martin Flaherty in Quartz, October 3, 2012
Don't Mention It: Patriot Act
Karen Greenberg in The Takeaway, October 4, 2012
New York museums have not returned Nazi-seized art
Fordham Law Alum Raymond Dowd in New York Post, October 8, 2012
Fordham Law School Joins Chinese Business Lawyers Association and Launches Joint Mentoring Program
Fordham Law in citybizlist, October 9, 2012
The Fisher v. Texas Oral Argument and a View of Affirmative Action from the Other Side of the Americas
Tanya K. Hernandez in The Huffington Post, October 9, 2012
Jerry Sandusky gets at least 30 years in prison, but case isn't closed yet
James Cohen in The Christian Science Monitor, October 9, 2012
Fordham Law School Partners With Chinese Business Lawyers Association to Give Students International Exposure
Fordham Law in JD Journal, October 9, 2012
As the US Questions Affirmative Action Policy, Brazil Embraces it
Tanya Hernandez in PRI's The World, October 10, 2012
HealthBridge Sues SEIU, Claims Extortion
James Brudney in Hartford Courant, October 10, 2012
Pantyhose: It’s (still) what to wear
Susan Scafidi in North Carolina Lawyers Weekly, October 11, 2012
Mystery in Offer by Terrorist to Cooperate
Karen Greenberg in The New York Times, October 12, 2012
Sunday's Guests (Oct. 14): Romney's jobs record & Staples, the David Siegel email, Nate Silver on what polls really tell us
Zephyr Teachout on MSNBC, October 13, 2012
Fordham’s Cohen on Ruling Against Phone GPS Privacy (Audio)
James Cohen in Digital Podcast, October 14, 2012
Secrecy Conference at Fordham Law School
Fordham Law in Secrecy News, October 15, 2012
Case Closed for YSL & Louboutin
Susan Scafidi in FN, October 16, 2012
Europe Presses Google to Change Privacy Policy
Joel Reidenberg in The New York Times, October 16, 2012
US a nation of secrets - and leaks: Experts
Fordham Law in The Economic Times, October 17, 2012
Sketchy Deal: Inside New York's $20 Million Model Agency Lawsuit
Susan Scafidi in Fashionologie, October 18, 2012
Are Gun Manufacturers Under Renewed Assault?
Nicholas Johnson in Library of Law and Liberty (blog), October 18, 2012
Execution changes occur without public scrutiny, input
Deborah Denno in The Austin American-Statesman, October 18, 2012
Alleged Federal Reserve bomb plotter Quazi Mohammad Rezwanul Ahsan Nafis' ties probed
Karen Greenberg on CBS News, October 18, 2012
Models Rock Industry With $20 Million Fraud Lawsuit
Susan Scafidi in Jezebel, October 18, 2012
Greenberg Traurig Celebrates National Pro Bono Week
Fordham Law in Gudenews, October 19, 2012
We Need Latin American Style Affirmative Action
Tanya Hernandez in The New York Times, October 19, 2012
Forum Film Festival Opening
Thane Rosenbaum in Sing Tao Daily, October 20, 2012
Preparing for a Digital 9/11
Karen J. Greenberg in TomDispatch, October 21, 2012
Forum Film Festival: Good Night, and Good Luck
Fordham Law in Inflatable Ferret, October 24, 2012
Applying the Undue Burden Standard to Restrictions on Gun Rights
Nicholas Johnson in Library of Law and Liberty (blog), October 25, 2012
Killing N.Y.’s horses for an extra buck
Lawrence Cunningham in Daily News, October 25, 2012
Fordham University forum to mark 30th anniversary of Manila Declaration
Fordham Law in GMA News, October 25, 2012
Census Racial Categories and the Latino “Culture” of Black Invisibility
Tanya Hernandez in SALTLAW blog, October 25, 2012
Mighty Movie Podcast: Good Night, and Good Luck's David Strathairn
Fordham Law in Huffington Post, October 26, 2012
CNN: Asking the Wrong Questions About Islam | Religion Dispatches
Haroon Moghul in Raising Cain (blog), October 26, 2012
Fordham University School of Law
Michael M. Martin in The New York Law Journal, October 29, 2012
The Death Penalty is Experiencing Technical Difficulties
Deborah Denno in Pacific Standard, October 29, 2012
Andrew Kent on the Expiration of Boumediene Rights
Andrew Kent in Lawfare (blog), November 3, 2012
Law schools mobilize for hurricane relief
Fordham Law in The National Law Journal, November 5, 2012
NYS Election Win - John J. Leo
Fordham Law Alum John J. Leo in Newsday, November 6, 2012
Don't get scammed! How to spot a counterfeit bridal gown
Susan Scafidi on WISTV, November 6, 2012
Three appellate judges out as Democrats win in New York voting
Fordham Law Alum John J. Leo in Reuters, November 7, 2012
CGA’s Trahan leads panel on International Criminal Court
Jennifer Trahan in NYU The Global Citizen, November 8, 2012
Obama, Democrats win federal, judicial races; GOP sweeps state seats
Fordham Law Alum John J. Leo in The Observer, November 9, 2012
Mighty Movie Podcast: Dick Cavett on Duck Soup
Thane Rosenbaum in Huffington Post, November 9, 2012
Sunday’s Guests (Nov. 11): An historic new Congress, the stand-off over the ‘fiscal cliff,’ what Obama’s second term looks like, Karl Rove’s Super PAC falls flat
Zephyr Teachout on Up with Chris Hayes, November 11, 2012
Obama Promised (Again) That He'd Close Gitmo. So Can He?
Karen Greenberg in Mother Jones, November 13, 2012
Don't miss a golden age for relative value credit bets
Fordham Law Alum Joseph Marren '79 in Hedgefund Intelligence, November 13, 2012
A Much-Needed Primer on Cultural Appropriation
Susan Scafidi in Jezebel, November 13, 2012
Video: Since 2005, Sustained Rollbacks Have Stunted Legal Reform in China
Carl Minzner in Asia Society, November 15, 2012
Is Gun Regulation Maturing?
Nicholas Johnson in Library of Law and Liberty, November 20, 2012
Fordham Establishes Center to Study Urban Law Issues
Nestor Davidson in New York Law Journal, November 23, 2012
Fordham Students Win Regional Moot Court Contest
Fordham Law in New York Law Journal, November 23, 2012
The Social Pressures Are Real
Carl Minzner in The New York Times, November 23, 2012
Bloomberg Risks Public Opinion With Soda Limits, Atty Says
Fordham Urban Law Center in Law360, November 27, 2012
Chinese innovation is catching up
Fordham Law Student Jae Zhou in South China Morning Post, November 28, 2012
Jury still out on Bloomberg's legal legacy
Fordham Law in Reuters, November 29, 2012
Jury still out on Bloomberg's legal legacy
Urban Law Center in Reuters, November 29, 2012
Tennis referee murder case dismissed in California
James Cohen in AP, November 30, 2012
War on al Qaeda is not indefinite: Pentagon lawyer
Karen Greenberg in Reuters, November 30, 2012
Bob Costas’ Supply-Side Gun Control Fallacy
Nicholas Johnson in Liberty Law Blog, December 4, 2012
Racial Discrimination: Latin America Versus U.S.
Tanya Hernandez in Diversity Executive, December 5, 2012
At 450 pounds, Ohio killer fights execution
Deborah Denno in The Associated Press, December 5, 2012
Netflix faces SEC probe over Facebook post
Steve Thel in CNN Money, December 7, 2012
Gun Control's Racist Origins
Nicholas Johnson in Library of Law and Liberty, December 7, 2012
Gun Control’s Racist Origins
Nicholas Johnson in Library of Law and Liberty, December 7, 2012
Bloomberg's Legal Legacy
Fordham Law in New York Law Journal, December 7, 2012
A Missed Opportunity to Lead by Example
Catherine Powell in The New York Times, December 7, 2012
New York Law Journal: Fordham Law Fourth in New York Bar Pass Rate
December 11, 2012
Brooklyn Ultra-Orthodox Leader Found Guilty On Child Sex Abuse Charges
James Cohen on CBS, December 11, 2012
Some Question Whether Police Watchdog Has Enough Muscle
Martha Rayner in Gotham Gazette, December 12, 2012
US Leads Internet Freedom Fighters in Treaty Resistance
Joel Reidenberg in TechNewsWorld, December 14, 2012
Fordham Law Alumnus Eric Lane '70 Named Hofstra Law Dean
December 17, 2012
AALS Election Law “Hot Topic” Panel
Zephyr Teachout in Election Law Blog, December 18, 2012
Instagram, Facebook stir online protests with privacy policy change
Susan Scafidi in The Washington Post, December 18, 2012
Zero Dark Thirty and the Depiction of Torture
Karen J. Greenberg on The Takeaway (NPR) , December 19, 2012
Prosecutors investigated LIRR scheme in 2008
James Cohen in Newsday, December 24, 2012
What’s Islamophobia, and Do I Have It? An answer in eight parts
Haroon Moghul in RD Magazine, December 31, 2012