April 2014 Archives

Failed execution points to U.S. prisons’ scramble for new deadly drugs
Deborah Denno in The Globe and Mail (Canada), April 30, 2014
Inmate dies following botched Oklahoma execution, second execution delayed
Deborah Denno in The Washington Post, April 30, 2014
With Long History Of Flawed Executions, New Debate Over Lethal Injections
Deborah Denno on WBUR, April 30, 2014
Witnesses to a Botched Execution
Deborah Denno in The New Yorker, April 30, 2014
HOT BLAST: An update on the declining supply of execution drugs in Alabama and other states
Deborah Denno in The Anniston Star, April 30, 2014
Oklahoma Vows Review of Botched Execution
Deborah Denno in The New York Times, April 30, 2014
For more states, execution means improvisation as drug supplies dwindle
Deborah Denno in The Washington Post, April 30, 2014
Google Abandons Scanning of Student Email Accounts
Joel Reidenberg in Education Week, April 30, 2014
Death Penalty Foes Say Botched Execution Proves Their Point
Deborah Denno in The National Law Journal, April 30, 2014
Oklahoma Governor Mandates Independent Execution Review
Deborah Denno on APTV, April 30, 2014
Botched execution highlights US execution dilemma
Deborah Denno in Agence France-Presse, April 30, 2014
Botched Oklahoma Execution Prompts Questions About Lethal Injection
Deborah Denno on NPR, April 30, 2014
The 'Recipe for Failure' That Led to Oklahoma’s Botched Execution
Deborah Denno in National Journal, April 30, 2014
Cruel But Not Unusual
Deborah Denno in New Republic, April 30, 2014
States Struggle To Find An Execution Method That Works
Deborah Denno in NPR, April 30, 2014
Botched execution in Oklahoma raises questions about lethal injection process
Deborah Denno on PBS NewsHour, April 30, 2014
Botched Oklahoma execution shakes even death penalty supporters
Deborah Denno in The Christian Science Monitor, April 30, 2014
Lethal injections: A history of bungled executions
Deborah Denno in The Washington Post, April 30, 2014
With Long History Of Flawed Executions, New Debate Over Lethal Injections
Deborah Denno in Here and Now, April 30, 2014
Here’s The Bizarre Law Oklahoma Passed So It Can Keep Executing People
Deborah Denno in Business Insider, April 30, 2014
Secret cocktails, hideous deaths
Deborah W. Denno in The Economist, April 29, 2014
Fordham Law's Deborah Denno on botched Oklahoma execution
Deborah Denno on Al Jazeera America, April 29, 2014
Oklahoma halts double execution after one is botched
Deborah Denno in The Los Angeles Times, April 29, 2014
US death penalty practices raise disturbing questions
Deborah Denno in New Scientist, April 29, 2014
What Parents Need To Know About Big Data And Student Privacy
Joel Reidenberg on NPR, April 28, 2014
Analysis: Kane invited risks by daring Williams on sting
Bruce Green in The Philadelphia Inquirer, April 27, 2014
‘Stereotype Threat’ Is Not Easily Countered
Tanya Hernandez in The New York Times Room for Debate, April 27, 2014
A Student-Data Collector Drops Out
Center on Law and Information Policy in The New York Times, April 26, 2014
Union Effort at Northwestern May Not Mean Much for Public Colleges
James J. Brudney in The New York Times, April 26, 2014
Guest Post: An Open Letter To Abraham Lincoln From David Kappos
Fordham IP Conference in Managing Intellectual Property, April 25, 2014
U.S., Japan Agree to 'Inject New Momentum" into TPP Talks
Fordham Intellectual Property Law Institute in Intellectual Property Watch, April 25, 2014
Covington's Shaw-Lorello Named a Fordham Law Trailblazing Alumnus
Alumna Loretta Shaw-Lorello in Covington & Burling News, April 25, 2014
Aéropostale files lawsuit against rival H&M
Susan Scafidi on CNBC, April 25, 2014
Fordham Law’s Deborah Denno discusses Death Penalty on Al Jazeera America
Deborah W. Denno on Al Jazeera America, April 24, 2014
What the Failure of inBloom Means for the Student-Data Industry
Center on Law and Information Policy in Slate, April 24, 2014
Federal Court Strikes Down Minnesota's Limits on Coal Power Imports: A Critical Moment for State Regulation of Imported Fuel & Electricity
Fordham Law Review in The Energy Collective, April 24, 2014
Editorial: GOP may win control of Congress in the fall
Zephyr Teachout in The Florida Times-Union, April 24, 2014
DA is OK with Brooklynites possessing a little bit of pot
Bruce Green in The New York Post, April 23, 2014
Aereo Backstory: One Supreme Court Case, Three Recusals, One 'Unrecusal,' Much Uncertainty
Bruce Green in The Hollywood Reporter, April 22, 2014
Why Fraudsters Won't Sink Equity Crowdfunding
Corporate Law Center in Entrepreneur Magazine, April 22, 2014
Oklahoma Supreme Court Stays 2 Executions After Questions About Lethal Drugs
Deborah Denno in Atlanta Black Star, April 22, 2014
Pressure Builds to Open Attorney Ethics Investigations
Bruce Green in The National Law Journal, April 21, 2014
Experiential Learning: Practice Makes Perfect
Bruce Green in The New York Law Journal, April 21, 2014
Oklahoma high court stays executions amid questions over drug secrecy
Deborah Denno in The Guardian (UK), April 21, 2014
‘Free’ cloud services erode student privacy
Center on Law and Information Policy in The Boston Globe, April 21, 2014
Prosecutors Using Cooperating Witnesses to Convict Defendants Accused of Lesser Charges
Bruce Green in The Wall Street Journal, April 20, 2014
After 28 years at UT, labor law expert Julius Getman steps down as professor
James Brudney in Austin American-Statesman, April 20, 2014
National Firearms Law Seminar
Nicholas Johnson in The Washington Post, April 18, 2014
Data Privacy Policies from Major Ed-Tech Players Draw Scrutiny
Joel Reidenberg in Government Technology, April 17, 2014
If Filed, Plane Lawsuits Might Not Get Heard in U.S.
Joseph Sweeney in Chattanooga Times Free Press, April 17, 2014
What John Roberts Doesn’t Get About Corruption
Zephyr Teachout in Politico Magazine, April 14, 2014
As cuts and new duties strain IRS, chance of audit relatively low
Elizabeth Maresca in The Associated Press, April 13, 2014
Video of my 2014 Internet of Things discussion @ Fordham
Eighth Law and Information Society Symposium in ScottPeppet.com, April 10, 2014
Fordham Law School Launches Dual-Concentration LL.M
Toni Jaeger-Fine in JDJournal, April 9, 2014
Bloomberg Law Brief: Kent Discusses Lawsuit Over Drones
Andrew Kent on Bloomberg Law, April 9, 2014
Judge: Christie ex-aides Kelly, Stepien can withhold documents in GWB probe
James Cohen in The Record, April 9, 2014
Teens adept at social media get privacy training
Center for Law and Information Policy in The Boston Globe, April 9, 2014
Gibson Dunn May Be Forced To Give Up Bridgegate Docs
James A. Cohen in Law360, April 8, 2014
'Game of Thrones,' 'Gatsby' Are Gauge for Growing World of Film and TV Fashion Collabs
Fashion Law Institute in The Hollywood Reporter, April 8, 2014
You knew it just HAD to happen: “smart fridge called to testify at trial”
Center on Law and Information Policy in Project Counsel, April 7, 2014
Opinions mixed on grand jury’s GWB probe
James Cohen in The Record, April 6, 2014
Fashion Law Institute Symposium
Susan Scafidi in Daily Fashion Report, April 6, 2014
Behind the Kitchen Door: Serving Food While Sick
Brian Glick in Moyers & Company, April 4, 2014
The JOBS Act at age two – prodigy or enfant terrible?
Corporate Law Center in Thomson Reuters, April 4, 2014
Oklahoma inmates to seek execution stays
Deborah Denno in Albuquerque Journal, April 4, 2014
Fordham Unveiling
John Feerick in New York Law Journal, April 4, 2014
Putting Education “Big Data” Conspiracy Theorists in “Time Out”
Center on Law and Information Policy in HP Blogs, April 4, 2014
Lawyers for 2 Oklahoma death row inmates scheduled to die this month to seek execution stays
Deborah Denno in Associated Press, April 4, 2014
Crisis handler Kenneth Feinberg hired to guide GM through maze of lawsuits
George Conk in The Detroit Free Press, April 4, 2014
Noah Heller, 38
Noah Heller '00 in Crain's New York Business, April 3, 2014
The Supreme Court Leaves a Void in Campaign Finance Law
Zephyr Teachout in The Washington Post, April 3, 2014
Appeals court overturns ruling on execution drugs
Deborah Denno in USA Today, April 2, 2014
In Campaign Finance Ruling, Justices Struggle to Define Corruption
Zephyr Teachout in The Wall Street Journal, April 2, 2014
Appeals court: 1 Texas execution back on schedule
Deborah Denno in The Associated Press, April 2, 2014
Will New York Follow Texas in Criminal Justice Reform?
Fordham Law Review in City Limits, April 2, 2014
Supreme Court: Campaign Limits
Zephyr Teachout on Arise America, April 2, 2014
Appeals court overturns ruling on execution drugs
Deorah Denno in The Washington Post, April 2, 2014
Appeals Court: 1 Texas Execution Back On Schedule
Deborah Denno on NPR, April 2, 2014