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Alum appointed by Ill. Governor Quinn to Workers' Comp Commission

Posted September 10, 2014 by

WorkCompWire - September 10, 2014

John Marshall alum Steven Fruth (JD '76) has been appointed by Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn as one of four new arbitrators to the Illinois Workers' Compensation Commission.

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Justice Stevens will keynote CBA award luncheon honoring JMLS alums

Posted September 9, 2014 by

Chicago Bar Association - September 8, 2014

Retired U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens will be the keynote speaker at the 15th annual John Paul Stevens Award Luncheon. Among those being honored are John Marshall alum Justice Joy V. Cunningham (JD '82) and John Marshall Elder Law adjunct professor Kerry R. Peck.

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Professor Schwinn comments on end of Indiana and Wisconsin same sex marriage ban

Posted September 8, 2014 by

WBEZ - September 8, 2014

Professor Steven Schwinn discusses the recent 7th Circuit decision that overturned the ban on same sex marriage in Indiana and Wisconsin.

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Professor Long: Employees could be a company's most dangerous secrets threat

Posted September 8, 2014 by

Chicago Daily Law Bulletin - September 8, 2014

Professor Doris Long gives an in-depth look at how trade secret protection is evolving around the world and how employees who take their work home could pose a major threat to companies everywhere.

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Professor O'Neill examines what reasonable doubt really means

Posted September 8, 2014 by

Chicago Daily Law Bulletin - September 8, 2014

Professor Timothy O'Neill explores three recent Illinois cases wherein lawyers have struggled with how to define and apply reasonable doubt.

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John Marshall Veterans Clinic space featured in Chicago Architecture Magazine

Posted September 4, 2014 by

Chicago Architecture Magazine - September 4, 2014

The September/October 2014 issue of Chicago Architect magazine details the creation of and future plans for the Veterans Legal Support Center & Clinic.

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Professor Collins: Sockless lawyer disrespects court formality

Posted September 4, 2014 by

USA Today - September 3, 2014

Professor Maureen Collins comments on the case of an Indiana attorney who faces possible sanctions for refusing to wear socks in court.

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Professor Schwinn discusses Second Circuit arguments on NSA spying program

Posted September 4, 2014 by

Constitutional Law Prof Blog - September 3, 2014

Professor Steven Schwinn examines one challenge against the National Security Agency spying program involving the mass collection of telephone calls. The case, ACLU v. Clapper, is one of three cases challenging the program now pending in the circuit courts.

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Country's oldest pro bono group praises Professor Michael Seng's work

Posted September 3, 2014 by

Chicago Lawyer Magazine - September 2, 2014

Meg Benson, executive director of Chicago Volunteer Legal Services, praised Professor Michael Seng for his many decades of pro bono work. Calling him a "renaissance man," Benson lauded Seng's work on several initiatives, from registering black voters in Mississippi in the 1960s to founding and co-directing John Marshall's Fair Housing Legal Support Center and Clinic.

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Gamberdino says MLB needs to treat minor league players more fairly

Posted August 29, 2014 by

Chicago Daily Law Bulletin - August 26, 2014

John Marshall Employer Outreach Coordinator Nello Gamberdino II (J.D. '95) examines a recent federal lawsuit by three former minor league baseball players who allege that Major League Baseball has been in violation of federal and state labor laws.

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