Professor Kate Shaw Talks Impeachment on ABC; Cited in New Yorker piece on Justice Kagan

 
Professor Kate Shaw analyzed the impeachment hearings as they unfolded on ABC News, saying "The no quid quo pro case has been falling apart for some days. Today you see...everyone involved really on both sides, both on the U.S. side and eventually on the Ukrainian side, understand there is this linkage." 
 

Professor Ekow Yankah is Guest on Radio Show to Discuss Paying NCAA Athletes

Professor Ekow Yankah discussed his views on whether NCAA athletes should be paid on WFAE's "Charlotte Talks." He said: "I think the system is broken and what's the best way to fix it? If we want to fix the system we don't do it by collapsing the things that are valuable about college education...we should find ways to make sure that the degrees these students get are worthwhile."

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Professor Jessica Roth Talks about Impeachment Inquiry on MSNBC

Professor Jessica Roth spoke on MSNBC about the impeachment process, saying, ""if [Giuliani] is pursuing the President's personal interests then he is not pursuing the country's interests and that's where the President is in trouble. The impeachment inquiry is going to be about whether he abused his power by pursuing his narrow, personal interests rather than the interests of the United States of America."

Professor Jessica Roth Was a Guest on WNYC's The Docket

Professor Jessica Roth was a guest on WNYC's The Docket to talk about impeachment and Rudy Giulian's role in President Trump's dealings with the Ukraine: "It's possible that Giuliani could be considered a principal in a campaign finance violation because the campaign finance laws make it a crime to solicit or accept anything of value from a foreign entity," Roth said.
 
Listen to the WNYC clip here.

Professor Kate Shaw Appeared on Good Morning America and This Week to talk Impeachment and Process

Professor Kate Shaw appeared on Good Morning America September 30 to talk about the possible impeachment of President Trump, saying, "The whistleblower complaint this week is the beginning of a process. And the Democrats on the Hill are going to want access to information and to testimony...they're going to be pretty focused on what they ask for. And I think we're all going to be watching closely to see what the White House does."

Professor Chris Buccafusco Comments on Patent Lawsuit in Yahoo Finance

Professor Chris Buccafusco was quoted in Yahoo Finance, in an article focusing on Nike's patent infringement lawsuit against Skechers.

Second Annual Blockchain Conference Focuses on Enforcement

Cardozo Law’s Samuel & Ronnie Heyman Center on Corporate Governance and The Blockchain Project co-hosted the Second Annual Blockchain and the Law Conference on September 16. The event featured three panels: a fireside chat, a panel on blockchain from an enforcement perspective, and a panel on the state of blockchain policy. Blockchain Project director Aaron Wright ’05 moderated the fireside chat with William Hinman, Director of the Division of Corporation Finance at the SEC. The discussion pertained to the regulation of digital securities.

Professor Chris Buccafusco Talks to Rolling Stone and The Wall Street Journal about Katy Perry Copyright Case

Professor Chris Buccafusco spoke to Rolling Stone and The Wall Street Journal about the Katy Perry copyright case. He said in Rolling Stone, "The world of musical composition is not that broad, and it’s certainly not that broad when it comes to things like bass lines. Most musicians are working in a finite innovation space.

Professor Sam Weinstein Comments on T-Mobile/Sprint Merger in NY Times and Wall Street Journal

Professor Sam Weinstein was quoted in The New York Times regarding the T-Mobile/Sprint merger. “There is a lot of criticism of the agencies that they are not doing enough about big tech and this is a way to respond to that criticism," he said.

Cardozo Alumni Speak out in Vice For Immigrants' Rights

Following an announcement from the Department of Justice that interpreters are being taken out of immigration courts due to budget constraints, Cardozo alumni are speaking out against this violation of immigrants' rights.