Chicago Sun-Times - Mar. 10, 2015
Professor Steven Schwinn explains why employees and retirees are trying to block a state law designed to fix the Illinois' pension crisis.
Chicago Daily Law Bulletin - Feb. 24, 2015
Nello Gamberdino II, employer outreach coordinator and a certified sports agent, discusses the potential impact on the agent industry of Northwestern University football players seeking to unionize.
Chicago Daily Law Bulletin - March 4, 2015
Professor Timothy P. O'Neill discusses the differences in voting patterns of some U.S. Supreme Court Justices, though they have often been similarly labeled as "conservative."
NBC Chicago - Mar. 4, 2015
Professor and Director of the Center for Real Estate Law, Celeste Hammond, discusses what a Willis Tower sale could mean for the Chicago real estate market.
Patentlyo.com - Mar. 2, 2015
Professor Daryl Lim explains the elements behind the Apple v. Samsung appeal and why Apple still feels the U.S Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit should place a permanent sales ban on certain Samsung smartphones.
Agence France-Presse via Global Post - Mar. 2, 2015
The U.S. Supreme Court is about to review whether the 7 million people who signed up for Obamacare can obtain tax subsidies that make the coverage affordable. Professor Steven Schwinn believes the purpose of Republicans bringing the case before the Court is to dismantle the program.
Yahoo - March 2, 2015
John Marshall student Adam Bolotin won first place March 1, 2015, in the the Advocacy Closing Argument Competition of the 12th National Animal Law Competition held at Harvard Law School.
Chicago Daily Law Bulletin - Feb. 26, 2015
Professor Doris Long discusses the negative impact plain packaging laws could have on trademark holders if they are adopted in the future.
CT Financial News - Feb. 27, 2015
John Marshall professor, Daryl Lim, addresses the antitrust law concerns involved with Staples attempting to purchase Office Depot.
CNBC- Feb. 25, 2015
The international trade group charged with managing standards over technology — including wireless connectivity — has adopted patent policy changes in line with counsel from experts, including IP Professor Daryl Lim.