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Professor Nina Kohn Discusses NY Nursing Home Accountability with AP

Monday 4/12/2021

“What immunity provision did is give a green light to facilities to engage in practices and staffing patterns known to create unreasonable risk to residents,” Syracuse University School of Law professor Nina Kohn said ...


Nina Kohn

1Ls Payton Sorci and Nicco Vocaturo Prevail in the 2nd Annual Entertainment and Sports Law Negotiation Competition

Friday 4/9/2021

The team of 1Ls Payton Sorci and Nicco Vocaturo prevailed over the team of 3Ls Travis Swanson and Jordan Ferbrache in the final round of the Entertainment and Sports Law Negotiation Competition, held on April 8, 2021. The second annual competition was held in conjunction with the seventh annual Entertainment and Sports Law Symposium, the first time both events were held completely online.


1Ls Payton Sorci and Nicco Vocaturo

Fill in the Blanks: ILC Research Reports Give Innovators an Edge

Friday 4/9/2021

As of April 2021, faculty and students in the Innovation Law Center (ILC) are finalizing client presentations for the spring semester. Given current coronavirus pandemic restrictions, clients once again will meet virtually with research teams for presentations that will summarize the intellectual property, regulatory, and market landscape findings relevant to the respective technologies.


Innovation Law Center

Professor Shubha Ghosh Analyzes SCOTUS' Java/Google API Decision

Thursday 4/8/2021

“The ruling is narrow,” Ghosh told TheServerSide. “Some were hoping the Court would create a categorical rule that APIs are not copyrightable. Instead, the Court ruled narrowly that Google’s use of the declaration code was not infringement.”


Shubha Ghosh

Professor Roy Gutterman L'00 Addresses Sedition Laws with The Guardian

Wednesday 4/7/2021

Sedition laws in the early 20th century, including the Sedition Act of 1918, was “not only focused on World War I”, but “really focused on shutting down socialists and communists, who the government thought were going to be a threat to democracy”, said Roy Gutterman ...


Roy Gutterman

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