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Tax Cut for Gig Workers Professor Oei talks to The Morning Call concerning the potential benefits of the new tax bill for contract staff. Professor Lyons discusses the potential of bringing again web neutrality guidelines on a state stage with Bloomberg Audio. ‘Illegal’ in the US Professor Kari Hong’s op ed within the Huffington Post about her great-grandparents argues that immigration enforcement is hurting our nation’s economy and values. DHHS Directive Debated Professor Kari Hong speaks to the Washington Post about the latest Vera Institute of Justice e-mail warning attorneys not to ‘mention’ abortion to immigrant teens in custody. Kept Out Professor McCoy speaks to Reveal about how gentrification turned low-income lending law’s unintended consequence.

DAF Effect Professor Ray Madoff debates whether donor advised funds encourage giving or delay charity in latest occasion covered by NYN Media. Exploring Antitrust Hiba Hafiz introduces the topic of applying antitrust laws in numerous contexts on the ABA Antitrust Law Section’s podcast, Our Curious Amalgam. Election 2020 Kent Greenfield appears in a quantity of news shops discussing the authorized uncertainties being raised in the election as a winner is still yet to be determined.

Oregon Law is certainly one of ninety nine law colleges who answered the attorney general’s call for aid to communities. They asked lawyers and law students to take instant action to assist their communities. University of Oregon’s School of Law was one of the ninety nine law faculties that responded. Previously, she was a litigation lawyer with Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP. She can be a member of the NCAA’s Independent Resolution Panel, which hears complicated infractions instances that implicate college athletics’ core values.

Cultural Broker packages provide culturally related, community-based, accessible, preventive health care that is essential to reducing health disparities and reducing prices. However, legal frameworks and reimbursement fashions often fail to capture the essence of community-oriented preventive models of care. Nearly each segment of society has been impacted, in a technique or another, by the COVID-19 pandemic. Throughout the state of Florida, many faculties and universities took measures to advertise the health and safety of their college students, faculty, and employees in the early days of the pandemic.

Professor Kent Greenfield’s newest guide argues that you will want to award certain rights of personhood to businesses. Keeping Things Fair Professor Kent Greenfield’s life and work–from small hometown in Kentucky to SCOTUS clerk to the faculty at BC–is profiled in a BC Heights characteristic. Professor Barrozo talks to Our Sunday Visitor about Jair Bolsonaro, the nation’s new president, and the historical past of far right candidates. Katowice Agreement Professor Wirth is quoted within the Washington Post about the international climate talks ending with some movement, some frustration. SJC Rules for Spouse Professor Ray Madoff speaks to the Boston Globe about an essential estate ruling regarding the rights of a wife and her husband’s property.

Rewriting the Regenerative Rulebook Professor Chirba is quoted in Nature on medical trials and stem cells. Why Trump’s Immigration Plan Won’t Work Professor Hong’s Washington Post op ed takes on the president-elect’s plan for deporting illegal immigrants. Meningitis Deaths ‘A Story of Greed’ Professor Bloom talks to USA Today on federal trial for MA pharmacist Barry Cadden. The Wishes of the Dead Hi-Phi podcast options Professor Madoff on the laws Law News of trusts and estates. Not on Our Watch Trump won’t be in a position to take down national monuments with no authorized fight, Prof. Plater says in Vice. Oklahoma Legal Group Blog A Q& A with Dean Rougeau on authorized education and the legal profession.

Torts and Immigration Professor Kari Hong’s newest op-eds in Take Care and WBUR’s Cognoscenti think about civil lawsuits seeking damages around family separations on the border, and the significance of asylum seekers. Future of SCOTUS Professor Greenfield co-authors an op-ed in the New York Times on future selections on gay rights, and talks to WBUR about President Trump’s impact on the court. Luksic Funds Faculty Research Professors Plater and Garcia engaged in recent tasks on property and water rights and investment law reform funded by a Foundation grant. Subpoenas Issued Professor George Brown talks to Reuters in regards to the newest within the emoluments lawsuit against the Trump organization.

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