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Simon featured in Vice News

Wednesday, March 13, 2019

Assistant Professor Lindsey Simon was featured in Vice News regarding bankruptcy and mass litigation scenarios. The article titled "What Happens to 2,000 Lawsuits Against Oxycontin-maker Purdue Pharma if the Company Files for Bankruptcy" was written by Emma Ockerman and published 3/12/19. 


Baradaran featured on Knowledge@Wharton

Monday, March 11, 2019

Associate Dean for Strategic Initiatives & Alston Associate Chair in Corporate Law Mehrsa Baradaran was featured on Wharton Business Radio's "Knowledge @ Wharton" on SiriusXM regarding Philadelphia becoming the first city to ban cashless stores. The radio show was broadcast on 3/8/19.


Eaton featured in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Monday, March 11, 2019

Hosch Professor Emeritus Thomas A. Eaton was featured in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution regarding a memo that recommended safety netting in Major League Baseball stadiums to help keep fans from falling over protective railings and its potential impact on litigation involving the Atlanta Braves and MLB. The article titled "Major League Baseball warned railings were unsafe before Atlanta fan's fall" was written by Bill Rankin and published 3/11/19.


Weeks featured in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Monday, March 11, 2019

Associate Dean for Faculty Development & Hosch Professor Elizabeth Weeks was featured in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution regarding a memo that recommended safety netting in Major League Baseball stadiums to help keep fans from falling over protective railings and its potential impact on litigation involving the Atlanta Braves and MLB. The article titled "Major League Baseball warned railings were unsafe before Atlanta fan's fall" was written by Bill Rankin and published 3/11/19.


Barnett featured in Bloomberg Law

Thursday, March 7, 2019

Hosch Associate Professor Kent Barnett was featured in Bloomberg Law regarding a recent U.S. Treasury Department statement regarding arguing subregulatory guidance. The article titled "Department won't seek certain types of deference to regulatory interpretations made in notices, revenue rulings" was written by Allyson Versprille, Carolina Vargas and Isabel Gottlieb and published 3/7/19.

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