Prof. Colleen Chien posted a paper, “Distinguishing and Predicting Drug Patents.”
Prof. Eric Goldman was ranked #28 on SSRN’s list of “The 50 Most Downloaded U.S. Law Professors of 2022.”
Profs. Brian J. Love and Christian Helmers published an article, “Are Market Prices for Patent Licenses Observable? Evidence from 4G and 5G Licensing,” which collected and analyzed publicly available data on 4G/5G SEP licenses.
Prof. Michelle Oberman was cited by two different courts: one for her work “Mothers Who Kill” from the Ohio Supreme Court, and the other for her work “Turning Girls into Women” in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas.
Prof. Michelle Oberman provided an overview of her research on “baby boxes” and the laws governing “safe haven” surrenders of infants for the Chicago Tribune.
Prof. Cathy Sandoval posted an article, “Fight Utility Wildfire with Knowledge Management.”
Prof. Cathy Sandoval joined the Chemical Safety Board as a board member.
Prof. David Sloss, along with 3L student, Swathi Rajan, previewed Supreme Court oral arguments in Gonzalez v. Google and Twitter v. Taamneh.
Prof. David Sloss spoke about his Tyrants on Twitter book on the “Inside the War Room” podcast.
Prof. Stephen Smith’s article, “The Online Criminal Trial as a Public Trial,” was cited by the Iowa Supreme Court.
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