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.

1414
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
10/14/2021 Jonathan Entin Cleveland Council President Kevin Kelley used PAC to fund colleagues who endorsed his mayoral bid Municipal Law Cleveland Plain Dealer
10/14/2021 Aaron Perzanowski Microsoft is making it easier for customers to repair devices. Will other companies follow? Tech Law Popular Science
10/13/2021 Craig Nard There is too much ‘division’ in Major League Baseball baseball Cleveland Plain Dealer
10/13/2021 Michael Benza Texas executions face delays over religious rights claims religious freedom, death penalty Houston Chronicle
10/12/2021 Anat Alon-Beck Apple's App Store feud with Epic Games is far from over Business Law Yahoo
10/12/2021 Jonathan Adler Does executive privilege still protect Trump after his term ends? Fight brews over congressional subpoenas executive privilege ABA Journal
10/11/2021 Michael Benza News from around our 50 states death penalty USA Today
10/11/2021 Michael Benza Texas executions facing delays over religious rights claims death penalty ABC News
10/11/2021 Michael Benza Texas executions facing delays over religious rights claims death penalty Yahoo
10/11/2021 Michael Benza Texas executions facing delays over religious rights claims death penalty MSN
10/11/2021 Michael Benza Texas executions facing delays over religious rights claims death penalty US News and World Report
10/11/2021 Michael Benza Texas executions facing delays over religious rights claims death penalty Associated Press
10/11/2021 Anat Alon-Beck Ancora, Big Lots and Ohio's first ‘greenmailing' lawsuit Business Law Crain's Cleveland Business
10/09/2021 Sharona Hoffman Cleveland Clinic and UH requiring transplant patients to be vaccinated Health Law WEWS, ABC Cleveland
10/09/2021 Jessie Hill Some Texas Clinics Resume Abortions After Judge’s Ruling Abortion Law The New York Times
10/08/2021 Jonathan Adler Texas judge says abortions can resume, but future uncertain Abortion Law US News and World Report
10/08/2021 Jonathan Adler Texas judge says abortions can resume, but future uncertain Abortion Law Yahoo
10/08/2021 Jonathan Adler Texas judge says abortions can resume, but future uncertain Abortion Law Toronto Star
10/08/2021 Jonathan Adler Texas judge says abortions can resume, but future uncertain Abortion Law MarketWatch
10/08/2021 Jonathan Adler Texas judge says abortions can resume, but future uncertain Abortion Law ABC News
10/08/2021 Jonathan Adler Texas judge says abortions can resume, but future uncertain Abortion Law Associated Press
10/07/2021 David Carney Agreement between Cleveland Metropolitan School District, Cleveland Teacher's Union moves substitutes around district Education Law WEWS, ABC Cleveland
10/07/2021 Juscelino Colares VP Harris Noticeably Absent as Biden's Economic Agenda Crumbles Economy Newsmax
10/07/2021 Jonathan Adler N.Y.-Based Appeals Court Gives Biden Two More Seats to Fill federal courts Bloomberg
10/07/2021 Jessie Hill Long Drives, Fake Drugs: For Some Women, Texas’s New Abortion Law Is Status Quo Abortion Law Who What Why
10/07/2021 Anat Alon-Beck Cruz Campaign Finance Challenge Heads to Supreme Court Business Law Bloomberg
10/06/2021 Cassandra Burke Robertson Justice Pat DeWine: Recuse yourself now from the redistricting cases involving your dad Ethics Cleveland Plain Dealer
10/06/2021 Jonathan Entin West Side Market blocks vendor on Twitter following critical tweets Constitutional Law WOIO, CBS affiliate
10/06/2021 Michael Scharf Scholarship makes law school more available to women Law School Spectrum News
10/05/2021 Juscelino Colares Production Moving Back to U.S. International Trade NTD Television
10/05/2021 Charlie Korsmo Former Celebrities Who Have Normal Jobs Now Law School MSN
10/05/2021 Cassandra Burke Robertson State law leaves it up to Ohio Supreme Court Justice Pat DeWine to recuse himself over a conflict Ethics Cleveland Plain Dealer
10/04/2021 Sharona Hoffman Why firefighters are fighting Covid vaccine mandates Health Law Yahoo
10/04/2021 Michael Benza How to fix a broken city? Political, financial restraints make reform difficult: East Cleveland police chases Criminal Justice Reform Cleveland Plain Dealer
10/04/2021 Bryan Adamson Voting rights panel discussion Oct. 7 Voter Registration Cleveland Jewish News
10/04/2021 Juscelino Colares Supply chain issues impacting businesses in Northeast Ohio International Trade WKYC, NBC Cleveland
10/03/2021 Aaron Perzanowski The EU wants everyone to use USB-C chargers—including AppleThe EU wants everyone to use USB-C chargers—including Apple Tech Law MSN
10/03/2021 Aaron Perzanowski The EU wants everyone to use USB-C chargers—including Apple Tech Law Popular Science
10/02/2021 Joan Burda My Dad Is Dead. His Landlord Just Evicted Him. estate planning The Atlantic
10/01/2021 Cassandra Burke Robertson Ohio Supreme Court Justice Pat DeWine says he won’t recuse himself from redistricting lawsuits involving his father, Gov. Mike DeWine Ethics Cleveland Plain Dealer
09/30/2021 Jonathan Adler Responding to climate change effectively Environmental Law The Daily Herald
09/30/2021 Andrew Geronimo Lawyer for CrackHeads page alleges possible obstruction of justice after redaction failure in defamation, free speech case First Amendment Athens Messenger
09/30/2021 Jonathan Adler Under Ohio House bill, millions could opt out of vaccine mandates Health Law WKRC, CBS Cincinnati
09/30/2021 Robert Rapp A big builder in Philly advertises huge investor returns on radio and Fox TV. Now the FBI and SEC are tuning in Criminal Law Philadelphia Inquirer
09/29/2021 Jessica Berg, Michael Scharf Retiring Gund Foundation president David Abbott is getting a new role at CWRU's School of Law Law School Crain's Cleveland Business
09/28/2021 Lewis Katz Some attorneys refuse to sue cash-strapped city because it can’t pay damages to victims: East Cleveland police chases police reform Cleveland Plain Dealer
09/27/2021 Sharona Hoffman Why firefighters are fighting Covid vaccine mandates Health Law Bakersfield Californian
09/27/2021 Sharona Hoffman Why firefighters are fighting Covid vaccine mandates Health Law Yahoo
09/27/2021 Sharona Hoffman Why firefighters are fighting Covid vaccine mandates Health Law MSN
09/27/2021 Sharona Hoffman Why firefighters are fighting Covid vaccine mandates Health Law NBC News