KAIT-TV-July 1, 2014
Professor Kim Chanbonpin was elected to a four-year term with the Legal Writing Institute, a 2,800 member organization for law school writing instructors. She is serving as president-elect for two years and will move into the president's position in 2016.
Chicago Public Radio-June 30, 2014
Professor Steven Schwinn gives insights into U.S. Supreme Court decisions--unanimous and others--including requiring a search warrant for a look at a person's cell phone, and "fair share" dues for home health care non-union workers.
Bloomberg BusinessWeek-July 1, 2014
John Marshall alumnus Michael K. Slattery (J.D. '78) has been named senior vice president and general counsel for ADS Waste Holdings, Inc. in Florida.
ConstitutionalLawProfBlog-June 30, 2014
Professor Steven Schwinn takes a look at the U.S. Supreme Court's final decision for the term. In Harris v. Quinn the court did not completely halt "fair share" dues, but rather limited those payments for persons considered employees rather than personal assistants.
CNBC-June 30, 2014
Professor Gerald Berendt says the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling that workers should not be forced to pay union dues was likely the first in what will be a line of rulings to be decided against unions.
WTTW - Chicago Tonight - June 26, 2014
Professor Steven Schwinn joins a roundtable discussion on the impact of various recent and upcoming U.S. Supreme Court decisions.
Digital Journal-June 27, 2014
Professor Gerald Berendt says the National Labor Relations Board decision to let Northwestern University football players organize will lead to major changes in rules and support for college sports.
Chicago Daily Law Bulletin-June 20, 2014
Alumnus and Adjunct Professor Lawrence Friedman (J.D. '89/LL.M. '01) gave a final exam that asked students in his International Trade Remedies Law class to consider how to represent Batman and Alfred as they try to fend off a company infringing on Wayne Enterprises' patents and creating fake goods.
Chicago Daily Law Bulletin-June 23, 2014
Jay R. Luchsinger (J.D. '89) remembers his days as a iron worker when he goes into court to represent claims of American workers.