Faculty in the News

CWRU law school faculty members are regularly featured in news stories about the law. That’s because they’re widely considered leading experts in their fields. They are frequently interviewed for broadcast and print stories, in outlets ranging from The New York Times and Washington Post to CNN and FOX.

1390
stories
in the media since May 1, 2018

Members of the media are encouraged to contact the university’s media relations department for help finding the right professor for your story. If you have a media inquiry or request for an interview please contact Colin McEwen in media relations at 216-368-4442.

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Date Name Title Tags News Outlet
07/24/2021 Aaron Perzanowski If you had trouble getting products fixed under warranty, the FTC wants to hear your horror story Federal Trade Commission, right to repair Washington Post
07/23/2021 Katharine Van Tassel CWRU's new master's, certificates in compliance, risk management Health Law Cleveland Patch
07/22/2021 Jonathan Entin FirstEnergy to pay $230M in settlement in Ohio bribery case Corruption WEWS, ABC Cleveland
07/22/2021 Jonathan Entin What is ‘honest services wire fraud,’ and why was FirstEnergy charged with it? Corruption Cleveland Plain Dealer
07/21/2021 Andrew Pollis Governments, opioid companies reach $26B agreement opioid litigation Healio
07/21/2021 Ayesha Bell Hardaway Oversight of Chicago police handed to new civilian commission after years of public pressure police reform Houston Chronicle
07/20/2021 Ayesha Bell Hardaway Oversight of Chicago police handed to new civilian commission after years of public pressure police reform San Francisco Chronicle
07/20/2021 Ayesha Bell Hardaway Oversight of Chicago police handed to new civilian commission after years of public pressure police reform Washington Post
07/20/2021 Juscelino Colares Blinken's Invitation to UN's Racism Envoys Is 'Disgraceful' International Law Newsmax
07/20/2021 Jonathan Adler Inside a legal doctrine that could silence enviros in court Environmental Law E&E News
07/19/2021 Ayesha Bell Hardaway Ayesha Bell Hardaway Will Return As Deputy Police Monitor police reform WCPN, Ideastream
07/19/2021 Erik Jensen The American Bar Association Responds on ‘Woke Law’ Law School Trends Wall Street Journal
07/19/2021 Ayesha Bell Hardaway Ayesha Bell Hardaway Will Return As Deputy Police Monitor police reform WCPN, Ideastream
07/18/2021 Jessie Hill Lawsuits challenge D.C. law allowing kids to get vaccines without parental permission Health Law The Washington Post
07/16/2021 Max Mehlman Green leaf or gold medal? doping Politico
07/15/2021 Cassandra Burke Robertson Liberals Blast Breyer’s ‘Ego’ as He Balks at Retirement Pressure Supreme Court Bloomberg
07/15/2021 Jonathan Adler Medical Marijuana Laws: What You Need to Know Marijuana Legalization WebMD
07/15/2021 Lewis Katz City of Akron required to turn in body camera surveillance if an officer uses deadly force or causes bodily harm police reform Cleveland Plain Dealer
07/15/2021 Katharine Van Tassel Future of telehealth Health Law Legal Talk
07/15/2021 Jonathan Adler Ohio federal judge blocks Biden administration from enforcing tax cut ban in stimulus package Tax Law Cleveland Plain Dealer
07/15/2021 Andrew Pollis Video Tech Glitches, Masked Jurors Spark 'Inevitable' Appeals Judicial Process Law360
07/15/2021 Jonathan Adler Five takeaways from the Supreme Court's term Supreme Court The Hill
07/14/2021 Ted Steinberg How Stupid Is Our Obsession With Lawns? history Freakonomics - NPR
07/14/2021 Jonathan Adler Steady term of the Supreme Court ends with politically fraught cases that reveal divisions Supreme Court MSN
07/14/2021 Jonathan Adler Steady term of the Supreme Court ends with politically fraught cases that reveal divisions Supreme Court USA Today
07/13/2021 Ayesha Bell Hardaway Cosby case rips open wounds that just won't heal. Here's why. Bill Cosby York Daily Record
07/13/2021 Michael Benza Cleveland area advocates for sexual assault survivors react to release of Bill Cosby Criminal Law WKYC, NBC Cleveland
07/13/2021 Sharona Hoffman New pandemic law takes effect in Ohio Health Law WEWS, ABC Cleveland
07/12/2021 Juscelino Colares Biden Administration's Inconsistent Treatment of Cuban Immigrants International Law Newsmax
07/11/2021 Juscelino Colares Putin's Powerful Propaganda Machine: Grabs Mantle as 'Conservative Leader' International Law Newsmax
07/11/2021 Jonathan Adler Supreme Court shifts slowly to the right in first term with expanded conservative majority Supreme Court CBS News
07/10/2021 Michael Benza 5-year-old boy dies from gunshot wound in Maple Heights Guns WKYC, NBC Cleveland
07/09/2021 Richard Gordon Olympian’s company received $10 million in pandemic bailout despite conflicting numbers Coronavirus KSTU, FOX affiliate Salt Lake City
06/27/2021 Ayesha Bell Hardaway Derek Chauvin's sentence isn't enough to say cops will now be held accountable, criminal justice experts say police reform Business Insider
06/27/2021 Ayesha Bell Hardaway The sentence of Derek Chauvin police reform Canadian Broadcasting Corporation - CBC
06/26/2021 Lewis Katz Cleveland mayoral candidates discuss police reform during forum at Case Western Reserve University police reform WKYC, NBC Cleveland
06/26/2021 Andrew Geronimo The case of the cursing cheerleader: Justices give students free speech win First Amendment Christian Science Monitor
06/25/2021 Lewis Katz Homeownership Barriers Among Communities Of Color Focus Of New Survey police reform WCPN - Sound of Ideas
06/25/2021 Law School, Lewis Katz Case Western Reserve University hosts Cleveland mayoral candidates forum police reform WOIO, CBS Cleveland
06/24/2021 Sharona Hoffman How businesses are handling mask guidelines at this point in the pandemic Health Law NPR, Marketplace
06/24/2021 Sharona Hoffman Vax-A-Million Ends But More Than 50% Of Ohioans Remain Unvaccinated Health Law WOSU
06/24/2021 Sharona Hoffman Vax-A-Million Ends But More Than 50% Of Ohioans Remain Unvaccinated Health Law WCPN, Ideastream
06/24/2021 Jonathan Entin Reaction To Cleveland Police Monitoring Team Member’s Departure Includes Call For Monitor To Go police reform WCPN - Sound of Ideas
06/24/2021 Juscelino Colares Expert insight on cheap renters insurance Business Law Money Geek
06/24/2021 Ayesha Bell Hardaway Ambitious data collection project to advance criminal justice in Ohio Criminal Law Freshwater Cleveland
06/23/2021 Ayesha Bell Hardaway Ambitious data collection project to advance criminal justice in Ohio Criminal Law Soapbox Cincinnati
06/23/2021 Jonathan Adler Again the Supreme Court defends religious believers. Again it's unanimous. Supreme Court Boston Globe
06/23/2021 Ayesha Bell Hardaway Case Western Reserve University responds after professor's forced resignation from Cleveland's Consent Decree Monitor Team police reform WKYC, NBC Cleveland
06/23/2021 Ayesha Bell Hardaway Community leaders say professor who felt forced to resign from Cleveland Police Monitoring Team was 'diagnosing a problem' police reform WEWS, ABC Cleveland
06/23/2021 Ayesha Bell Hardaway Case Western Reserve University criticizes professor’s departure from Cleveland police’s consent decree monitoring team police reform Cleveland Plain Dealer