Faculty Activities & Publications | August 2015

Professor Kim Chanbonpin

She participated in a conference hosted by the Federal Bar Association in Washington, D.C., called Women in the Law: Putting Progress into Practice.

Professor Daryl Lim

He provided comments to Real Clear Policy regarding the current legal battle between Apple and Samsung and why patent law has played such a major role in the case.

He provided comments to Intellectual Property Watch regarding Kimble v. Marvel Enterprises, a patent case which held a patent owner cannot still accrue royalties on a product after the patented term has expired.

Professor Doris Long
Director, Center for Intellectual Property, Information & Privacy Law

She published the following columns in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin:

  • “The world cleansing of product names
  • “The times they are a-changing: IP law takes on new points of view

Professor Ann Lousin

She published a column in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin titled “Seeking restorative justice for a century-old crime.”

She provided comments to the University of Chicago’s The Gate about the role of the pension clause in Illinois’s fiscal crisis.

She was interviewed by Reuters about Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis not issuing marriage licenses to gay couples.

She appeared on Knowledge@Wharton, a radio program from The Wharton School, to discuss pension issues in Chicago.

Bill McGrath
Associate Director, Center for Information Technology & Privacy Law

He published a column in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin titled “An Internet riddle — When are online terms of service enforceable?”

Professor Hugh Mundy

He appeared on NBC-Chicago to discuss developments in the criminal case involving Blackhawks player Patrick Kane.

Professor Timothy O’Neill

He published the following columns in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin:

  • “Atticus Finch, the sins of our fathers and the ‘sad blot’ on their legacies”
  • “Recent decision breathes fresh air into the Terry and Gross rulings”

ADJUNCT FACULTY

Cari Grieb

She wrote columns for Sporting News about the legal implications involving Tom Brady’s “Deflategate” as well as the referee injury story involving the John Jay H.S. football team in Texas.

STAFF

Nello Gamberdino

He published a column in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin about the role of sports agents.

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