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.

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.

Faculty Member
Date Name Title Tags News Outlet
05/15/2020 Anat Alon-Beck Facing a surcharge at the dentist or hair salon? Here's what you need to know Business Law WEWS, Channel 5
05/15/2020 Sharona Hoffman Exposing volunteers to coronavirus to test vaccines: Can it be done ethically? Maybe, but not right now, experts say Health Law Cleveland Plain Dealer
05/15/2020 Katharine Van Tassel Assess legal risk, payer policies to head off hidden dangers of COVID-19 reopening Health Law Part B News
05/14/2020 Aaron Perzanowski LeBron James Finds Himself at Center Court in Tattoo Copyright Case: Judge Rules Game Likenesses Don’t Infringe Artist Rights IP law Pacer Monitor
05/13/2020 Jonathan Adler ACA Challenge Draws Conservative Fire At Supreme Court Supreme Court Law360
05/11/2020 Andrew Pollis Defiant Tesla Sues Calif. County, Reopens Plant In Power Play Civil Litigation Law360
05/10/2020 Charlie Korsmo Whatever happened to Charlie Korsmo? Law School TV Over Mind
05/08/2020 Anat Alon-Beck Amid Vast Employee Layoffs, We Should Bail Out Tech Startups During The Coronavirus Crisis Business Law Forbes
05/07/2020 Andrew Geronimo Your privacy versus the public’s health privacy Leaps Magazine
05/04/2020 Sharona Hoffman Protecting our healthcare providers from liability in a pandemic Health Law Northwestern University Law Review
05/04/2020 Ayesha Bell Hardaway Economic woes spawned by coronavirus crisis resurrecting talk of mergers, regional cooperation Municipal Law Cleveland.com
05/04/2020 Law School Case Western Reserve University tops Ohio law schools in February 2020 bar exams Law School Crain's Cleveland Business
05/03/2020 Aaron Perzanowski Gamers fear for virtual assets as rate cut hits 'Animal Crossing' savings Digital Ownership Reuters
05/03/2020 Ayesha Bell Hardaway Appreciating the modernist houses of architect Jack Bialosky Sr.: space, light, and the quiet modesty of suburban Jewish assimilation Law School Cleveland Plain Dealer
05/03/2020 Aaron Perzanowski Gamers fear for virtual assets as rate cut hits 'Animal Crossing' savings Digital Ownership Daily Mail - UK
05/01/2020 Aaron Perzanowski Perzanowski on Consumer Perceptions of the Right to Repair Digital Ownership Legal Theory
04/30/2020 Aaron Perzanowski Perzanowski & Schultz on the End of Ownership Tech Law Legal Theory
04/30/2020 Sharona Hoffman What Needs To Happen Before Your Boss Can Make You Return To Work Health Law The Daily Hunt
04/29/2020 Jonathan Adler Right-to-Education Ruling Jolts Education-Advocacy World Supreme Court Ed Week
04/28/2020 Sharona Hoffman Maintaining health skepticism about reporter COVID-19 findings Health Law Bill of Health - Harvard University podcast
04/28/2020 Jonathan Adler Legal Experts Say Supreme Court’s Order in Tax Return Controversy Signals Bad News for Trump Supreme Court Law & Crime
04/28/2020 Sharona Hoffman Does the FDA’s authorization for chloroquine impede clinical trials for COVID-19 drugs? Health Law Chemical & Engineering News
04/27/2020 Jonathan Adler Supreme Court Orders New Briefs in Trump Financial Record Case President Trump, Supreme Court Bloomberg
04/24/2020 Sharona Hoffman What needs to happen before your boss can make you return to work Health Law Mashable
04/23/2020 Jonathan Adler Supreme Court Upholds Broad Reading of Clean Water Act Environmental Law Reason
04/22/2020 Anat Alon-Beck, Charlie Korsmo Buyer's Remorse: Deal Making During The Time Of Coronavirus Business Law, Coronavirus Forbes
04/21/2020 Anat Alon-Beck, Charlie Korsmo Will the Pandemic Sink Deals? Coronavirus, Business Law CLS Blue Sky Blog
04/20/2020 Sharona Hoffman Essential Employees Worried About Coronavirus Exposure Have Few Options Health Law, Coronavirus WCPN - Sound of Ideas
04/19/2020 Jessica Berg Will America become a mask culture? Here’s what a bioethics expert had to say Health Law Kansas City Magazine
04/19/2020 Andrew Pollis New Opioid Lawsuit Filings May Be on the Horizon opioid litigation Medium
04/19/2020 Michael Benza Growing old on death row: Age-related health concerns could impact executions in Ohio Criminal Law Cleveland Plain Dealer
04/17/2020 Sharona Hoffman Colleagues being trained to look for mental-health struggles in age of coronavirus Health Law Baton Rouge Business Report
04/16/2020 Jonathan Adler Q&A: ‘Marijuana Federalism’ editor Jonathan Adler federalism, Marijuana Legalization Politico
04/15/2020 Andrew Pollis Appeals court again rebukes Cleveland federal judge over opioid litigation narrowing case against large pharmacy chains opioid litigation Cleveland Plain Dealer
04/15/2020 Jonathan Adler How Property Rights Can Fight Pollution Environmental Law American Scientist
04/13/2020 Jonathan Adler Trump’s New Auto Rollback Is an Economic Disaster Environmental Law The Atlantic
04/10/2020 Andrew Pollis DOT Airline Route, Refund Mandates Stir Legal Turmoil Civil Litigation Law360
04/09/2020 Jessica Berg, Michael Scharf Not all moot court is adjourned; some go online Law School The National Jurist
04/08/2020 Robert Strassfeld When Your Employer Insists You Go Into Work During the Pandemic Labor Law Next Avenue/PBS
04/08/2020 Jessie Hill Scores Fight White House In Birth Control Case At High Court Coronavirus Law360
04/07/2020 Jessie Hill Court Refuses To Overrule Ruling That Stops Ohio From Closing Abortion Clinics Coronavirus, Health Law Statehouse News Bureau- Ohio Public Radio
04/07/2020 Jessie Hill Coronavirus in Ohio: Appeals court allows some surgical abortions to continue amid COVID-19 Coronavirus, Roe V. Wade Cincinnati Enquirer
04/07/2020 Michael Benza Families of inmates met with silence as COVID-19 overwhelms Elkton prison Coronavirus WKYC
04/05/2020 Sharona Hoffman Disease experts weigh in on crowded White House coronavirus briefings Health Law, Coronavirus Mashable
04/05/2020 Sharona Hoffman As coronavirus cases grow, some of the largest US employers including Walmart and Amazon turn to thermometers as detection tool Coronavirus, Public Health Law MSNBC
04/05/2020 Jessica Berg The Ethics of Wearing (or Not Wearing) a Face Mask During the Coronavirus Pandemic Health Law, Coronavirus Time Magazine
04/05/2020 Sharona Hoffman As coronavirus cases grow, some of the largest US employers including Walmart and Amazon turn to thermometers as detection tool Health Law, Coronavirus CNBC
04/04/2020 Jonathan Adler Moot Court in a Time of Coronavirus Coronavirus, Health Law Reason
04/03/2020 Sharona Hoffman How do you shut off the work day, while working from home during the coronavirus crisis? Coronavirus, Employment Law Cleveland.com
04/02/2020 Juscelino Colares Unemployment claims in Ohio top 468,000 in two weeks Coronavirus, Business Law WEWS, Channel 5