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College of Law News

Vice Dean Keith Bybee Speaks with the Law Student Podcast on the SCOTUS Leak

Tuesday 5/31/2022

Vice Dean Keith Bybee, Paul E. and Hon. Joanne F. Alper ’72 Judiciary Studies Professor, recently discussed the leak of the draft Roe decision with the Law Student Podcast.

Vice Dean Keith Bybee

College of Law Professor Gregory Germain Discusses Tax Implications in the LeClairRyan Bankruptcy Proceedings

Wednesday 5/18/2022

In the in-depth Law360.com story, “Last Of LeClairRyan’s Partners Battle Opaque Tax Threat,” Professor Gregory Germain notes that the waiver of a bankruptcy claim based on an unpaid loan should be a concern because debt forgiveness is typically viewed as income for tax purposes.

Professor Gregory Germain

College of Law Faculty Weigh in on Leaked Roe v. Wade Opinion

Monday 5/9/2022

College of Law faculty members provide insight into the leaked opinion showing Supreme Court justices are working on a decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. Each offer insight on what this means in the current political climate and how this decision could further impact existing laws that safeguard civil rights and laws.

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Professor Roy Gutterman L'00 Provides Analysis of Potential Libel Suit for Jerry West against HBO

Monday 5/2/2022

Professor of Law Roy Gutterman L’00, director of Syracuse University’s Tully Center for Free Speech, recently discussed former Los Angeles Lakers player and executive Jerry West’s threatened defamation suit against HBO over his depiction in “Winning Time” series.

Professor Shubha Gosh Provides Commentary on the Abrupt Shut-Down of Insteon

Thursday 4/21/2022

Professor Shubha Gosh provides commentary in this Fierce Electronics article on the abrupt shut-down of Insteon, a home automation system that enables lights and other electronically powered home devices.

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