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College of Law News

WSJ Speaks to Professor William C. Banks About Second Impeachment Trial

Tuesday 2/9/2021

In a criminal case, a prosecutor would have to prove that Mr. Trump “could have reasonably foreseen that his incitement was likely to lead to all hell happening at the Capitol,” said William Banks, a law professor at Syracuse University ...

William C. Banks

Professor Roy Gutterman L'00 Speaks to AP, WaPo About Smartmatic Defamation Suit

Monday 2/8/2021

Free speech expert Professor Roy Gutterman L’00 recently was quoted by Associated Press and Washington Post surrounding the defamation lawsuits by election technology company Smartmatic against Fox News, Rudy Guiliani, and Sidney Powell over their alleged election fraud accusations ...

Roy Gutterman

"Security Needs to Be a Priority:" Professor Corri Zoli in GovExec.com

Monday 2/1/2021

Corri Zoli, Associate Teaching Professor at Syracuse University Law School and Director of Research for the Institute for Security Policy and Law, said it’s important to send the message that security needs to be a priority for all federal facilities—not just the U.S. Capitol and for members of Congress. “We have plenty of law enforcement tools to consistently prosecute attacks against federal facilities.”

Corri Zoli

Professor Nina Kohn to AP: NYS Nursing Homes Have a Bad Incentive

Monday 2/1/2021

Syracuse University College of Law professor Nina Kohn said the state’s current law does protect nursing homes in ways that might encourage bad choices about staffing and patient protections.“If they’re not going to be held accountable for harm to residents and they’re going to be paid either way, you’ll have a certain percentage of facilities who made the business decision to engage in practices that unreasonably endanger the resident,” Kohn said ...

Nina Kohn

"A Lot of Substance:" Professor Roy Gutterman L'00 Reviews Dominion Lawsuit for Reuters

Wednesday 1/27/2021

Legal experts say an initial review of the defamation suit filed by voting machine company Dominion against Rudy Giuliani indicates a carefully documented, detailed case that has a good chance of moving ahead in court.

Roy Gutterman

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