Real Clear Policy - June 8, 2015
Professor Daryl Lim discusses the current legal battle between Apple and Samsung and why patent law has played such a major role.
Chicago Sun-Times - June 3, 2015
Professor Hugh Mundy says the structuring charge brought against former U.S. House Speaker Dennis Hastert is appealing to federal prosecutors because it is typically easier to prove than some other charges.
Chicago Daily Law Bulletin - June 1, 2015
Professor Doris Long discusses whether marks often considered scandalous should be protected under trademark law.
Chicago Daily Law Bulletin - May 18, 2015
Since 1991, John Marshall alum Joseph G. Klest (JD '82) has represented over 500 alleged sexual abuse victims in civil lawsuits.
The John Marshall Law School Board of Trustees has selected five individuals to receive the 2015 Spirit Award on June 5, 2015, in recognition of their outstanding efforts to benefit John Marshall students.
The Spirit Award is among the highest honors the school bestows upon loyal, respected members of its community.
In 2008, the Board of Trustees developed the Spirit Award to honor individuals who best exemplify qualities essential to being ambassadors of John Marshall's rich tradition of diversity, innovation and opportunity.
“This year’s honorees join an impressive list of men and women who have shaped the law school we know today,” said Leonard Amari, president of the John Marshall Board of Trustees and Managing Partner at Amari & Locallo. “They are extraordinary ambassadors for John Marshall and are selfless in their dedication, leadership and commitment to our law school. This institution changes lives and makes the impossible possible for so many. Today, we thank some of the people whose work has transformed the lives of so many.”
This year’s Spirit Award recipients are:
Chicago Daily Law Bulletin - May 27, 2015
Professor Ann Lousin and Associate Director of the Career Services Office, Joseph Kearney, discuss the economies of Chicago and Detroit and why Chicago will not become the next Detroit.
San Antonio Express-News - May 27, 2015
Six members of John Marshall's Class of 2015 have been named to the National Order of Scribes, a group that honors law students who excel at legal writing.
Chicago Daily Law Bulletin - May 22, 2015
A grant awarded to John Marshall's Restorative Justice Project from the Chicago Department of Public Health will go towards helping Chicago Public School students with conflict resolution instruction.
Chicago Tribune (subscription) - May 14, 2015
Professor Ann Lousin says an old tax loophole is causing a pension mess in Illinois and costing the state billions a year.
Reproduced with permission from The United States Law Week, 83 U.S.L.W. 1627 (May 5, 2015). Copyright 2015 by The Bureau of National Affairs, Inc. (800-372-1033) http://www.bna.com.
Professor Steven Schwinn comments on a current Illinois case considering whether a local law that bans assault weapons and large capacity magazines violates the Second Amendment.