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.

1264
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
02/22/2020 Emanuella Groves Emanuella D. Groves for 8th Ohio District Court of Appeals in the Democratic primary Law School Cleveland Plain Dealer
02/22/2020 Erik Jensen Wanna see Donald Trump kicked out of office? The 25th Amendment won’t work 25Th Amendment Yahoo
02/22/2020 Erik Jensen Wanna see Donald Trump kicked out of office? The 25th Amendment won’t work 25Th Amendment The National Interest
02/20/2020 Jonathan Adler Justices return for season of big decisions, amid campaign Supreme Court The New York Times
02/20/2020 Jonathan Adler Justices return for season of big decisions, amid campaign Supreme Court Atlanta Journal Constitution
02/20/2020 Jonathan Adler Justices return for season of big decisions, amid campaign Supreme Court Associated Press
02/20/2020 Jonathan Adler Justices return for season of big decisions, amid campaign Supreme Court ABC News
02/20/2020 Jonathan Adler Justices return for season of big decisions, amid campaign Supreme Court The Washington Post
02/20/2020 Jonathan Adler Justices return for season of big decisions, amid campaign Supreme Court Yahoo
02/19/2020 Andrew Pollis Questions arise after Cleveland mayor and police chief enlist city attorneys to defend them against lawsuit Municipal Law WOIO, CBS affiliate
02/18/2020 Andrew Geronimo Citizen app debuts in Cleveland, bringing crime alerts to users cellphones privacy Fairfield Daily Republic
02/17/2020 Jonathan Adler Trial to Begin Over Arkema Chemical Plant Fire During Harvey Environmental Law The New York Times
02/17/2020 Jonathan Adler Trial to Begin Over Arkema Chemical Plant Fire During Harvey Environmental Law Miami Herald
02/17/2020 Jonathan Adler Trial to Begin Over Arkema Chemical Plant Fire During Harvey Environmental Law Daily Mail - UK
02/17/2020 Jonathan Adler Trial to Begin Over Arkema Chemical Plant Fire During Harvey Environmental Law US News and World Report
02/17/2020 Jonathan Adler Trial to Begin Over Arkema Chemical Plant Fire During Harvey Environmental Law Houston Chronicle
02/17/2020 Katharine Van Tassel CBD abounds in Central Ohio, but does it work? CBD, Health Law The Columbus Dispatch
02/17/2020 Jonathan Adler Trial to Begin Over Arkema Chemical Plant Fire During Harvey Environmental Law San Francisco Chronicle
02/17/2020 Jonathan Adler Trial to Begin Over Arkema Chemical Plant Fire During Harvey Environmental Law Kansas City Star
02/16/2020 Andrew Geronimo Citizen app debuts in Cleveland, bringing crime alerts to users’ cellphones privacy Cleveland.com
02/15/2020 Charlie Korsmo Former Celebrities Who Have Normal Jobs Now Law School MSN
02/15/2020 Aaron Perzanowski Apple’s Independent Repair Program Is Invasive to Shops and Their Customers, Contract Shows Tech Law Vice
02/14/2020 Andrew Geronimo Why we over-share on dating apps (even when we know we shouldn't), according to dating researchers privacy Business Insider
02/14/2020 Andrew Pollis Pharmacies targeted as opioid lawsuit enters new phase opioid litigation Healio
02/14/2020 Anat Alon-Beck Owner of Chapel Hill Mall buys mall in Ashtabula Business Law WEWS, Channel 5
02/13/2020 Michael Benza Her mother was murdered, her father convicted. Then, she learned what prosecutors kept secret. Criminal Law, Brady lists, evidence WEWS, Channel 5
02/08/2020 Jonathan Entin Private cannabis groups test Ohio’s medical marijuana laws Marijuana Legalization Columbus Dispatch
02/08/2020 Andrew Pollis Second phase of massive opioid lawsuit announced; case is 'bellwether' for thousands of similar cases nationwide, says CWRU law professor Andrew Pollis opioid litigation Newswise
02/06/2020 Jonathan Entin Impeachment Trial Ends With Acquittal impeachment, Donald Trump WCPN, Sound of Ideas
02/06/2020 Aaron Perzanowski Case Western Reserve University law professor suggests consumers may need help managing technology ownership Tech Law Mirage News
02/06/2020 Jonathan Adler Supreme Court To Weigh Democrats’ Last-Ditch Bid To Resolve Obamacare Challenge By Summer Obamacare, Affordable Care Act The Daily Caller
02/05/2020 Andrew Geronimo Ohio Senate approves campus free speech measure First Amendment Law Marietta Daily Journal
02/05/2020 Andrew Geronimo New service called 'Bark' helps teachers monitor and protect children from online bullying privacy WEWS, Channel 5
02/05/2020 Andrew Geronimo Ohio Senate approves campus free speech measure First Amendment Law Highland County Press
02/05/2020 Andrew Geronimo Ohio Senate approves campus free speech measure First Amendment Law The Center Square
02/03/2020 Stanley Dub Lawyers find their niche to stand out in the crowd Law School Cleveland Jewish News
02/03/2020 Jonathan Adler Bold New Bench: How Trump’s Judges Are Changing the Law Judicial Nominations Law360
02/03/2020 Jessie Hill Ohio Supreme Court to hear child support appeals of two Lorain men Ohio Supreme Court The Morning Journal
02/01/2020 Michael Benza Rekor software adds license plate reader technology to home surveillance, causing privacy concerns privacy WKYC, Cleveland
02/01/2020 Katharine Van Tassel Hospital Fires Doctor for Verbal Attack During Peer Review Health Law Hospital Peer Review
01/30/2020 Cassandra Burke Robertson Ohio bar applicant with 'extreme' school debt runs into potential character and fitness issues Ethics ABA Journal
01/29/2020 Anat Alon-Beck The Unicorn War For Talent: The Employees Fire Back. WeWork Is The Latest Example. Business Law Forbes
01/27/2020 Sharona Hoffman With Specialty Drugs, the Costs Are More Than Financial Health Law Undark
01/27/2020 Jonathan Adler Trump’s lawyers may have just undermined their case against Obamacare Obamacare Huffington Post
01/27/2020 Cassandra Burke Robertson Use of Website Not Necessary to Sue for Discrimination Civil Litigation ABA Journal
01/24/2020 Jonathan Adler Best Defense for Donald Trump impeachment The New Republic
01/24/2020 Jonathan Entin No public notice: Investigation shows that Cleveland City Council likely violated open meeting laws Municipal Law WOIO, Channel 19
01/23/2020 Michael Scharf, Avidan Cover, Shannon French Talking Foreign Policy: The U.S.-Iran Crisis International Law WCPN
01/23/2020 Jonathan Adler Youth Climate Plaintiffs Face Continued Legal Risks After Defeat Environmental Law Bloomberg Law
01/22/2020 Jonathan Adler Sound On: Trump Impeachment Trial Strategy impeachment Bloomberg