Spotlight on News from the Cardozo Community
Professor Jessica Roth spoke to Bloomberg on Trump's testimony in his New York civil fraud trial.
Professor Matthew Wansley spoke to The New York Times about safety concerns for Cruise driverless taxis in San Francisco.
Professor Pamela Foohey was quoted in the San Francisco Chronicle on a survivors group's challenge to diocese declaring bankruptcy.
Faculty Scholarship & News
Head of Reference & Collections Ellen Drucker-Albert edited the latest edition of Association of Jewish Libraries' News and Reviews.
Professor Pamela Foohey spoke on the “Engage and Empower for a More Equitable Insolvency Profession” panel at the Howard DREAMS: Discovering Restructuring Expertise and Mentorship Symposium presented by the American College of Bankruptcy and the American Bankruptcy Institute on November 9.
Professor Young Ran (Christine) Kim chaired the session “Taxation and the Mobility of Firm’s Activities” at the “National Tax Association’s 116th Annual Conference.” She presented her paper “Taxing the Metaverse” at the conference on November 3. Kim also presented “Taxing the Metaverse” at the Saint Louis University School of Law Faculty Workshop on November 8.
Professor Edward Zelinsky gave a lecture to the New York State Society of CPAs on state taxation of remote work and the status of his case against the State of New York.