David Kuznick, JD ’12, a member of Suffolk Law’s Journal of High Technology Law, discusses Axl Rose’s suit of Activision in our latest IP Podcast. The JHTL’s blog is online.
Suffolk Law Professor Samantha Moppett discusses e-mail etiquette in the latest edition of our Legal Practice Skills podcast series. Learn more about Professor Moppett.
Kathleen Engel, Suffolk Law’s Associate Dean for Intellectual Life and a Professor of Law, discusses her new book, The Subprime Virus: Reckless Credit, Regulatory Failure and Next Steps. Learn more about Dean Engel at http://bit.ly/hBaALX.
Suffolk Law Assistant Dean and Professor of Law Christopher Gibson discusses Judge Gertner’s September 2010 decision and issues surrounding personal jurisdiction. Click here to read Dean Gibson’s article on this topic.
Professor Marc Greenbaum, who teaches labor law at Suffolk University Law School, discusses the recent Supreme Court decision pertaining to medical residents being classified as employees or students in Mayo Foundation v. United States in this podcast.
In our first Rappaport Center podcast of the semester, Professor Christopher Dearborn discusses with Executive Director Susan Prosnitz the parole system in Massachusetts in light of the recent shooting of a Woburn police officer.
We are pleased to welcome Joshua M. Dalton of Bingham McCutchen LLP to discuss patent false marking. Click here to learn more about our Intellectual Property concentration.
The 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals in New York issued an opinion that opened with these words: “With disturbing frequency, this Court encounters evidence of ineffective representation by attorneys retained by immigrants seeking legal status in this country.” Law.com bloggers and co-hosts, J. Craig Williams and Robert Ambrogi, discuss this hot-button issue as they turn to the experts: Attorney Lisa D. Ramirez, immigration lawyer from the Law Office of Lisa D. Ramirez, Attorney Nora Privitera, Special Projects Attorney for The Immigrant Legal Resource Center and Attorney Eleanor Newhoff, part time attorney for Greater Boston Legal Services. They will question the quality of legal representation of immigrants, why so many are receiving sub par legal assistance and what lawyers are doing to provide their clients with the best possible representation.