Law School

Under Pressure, Wal-Mart Upgrades Its Policy for Helping Pregnant Workers

April 5, 2014

Serena Mayeri of the Law School comments on policy changes intended to benefit pregnant employees.

Article Source: Washington Post

Is Identity-theft Insurance a Waste of Money?

March 31, 2014

Tom Baker of the Law School is cited for co-authoring a paper, “Do You Want Insurance With That? Protecting Consumers From Add-On Insurance Products.”

Inventor Battling U.S. Over Patents From '70s

March 23, 2014

R. Polk Wagner of the School of Law shares his views on a technology patent case.

Article Source: USA Today

Lancaster Business Takes Affordable Care Act Challenge to U.S. Supreme Court This Week

March 24, 2014

Ted Ruger of the School of Law is quoted about a case challenging the Affordable Care Act on religious-freedom grounds.

Video: Opinion: Have We Seen the Extortion of Toyota?

March 19, 2014

David Skeel of the Law School talks about the $1.2 billion fine levied against Toyota.

Article Source: Wall Street Journal

Why Tax Cuts for Multinational Firms May Not Benefit U.S. Economy

March 7, 2014

Chris William Sanchirico of the Law School comments on the effects of lowering a tax rate on multinational corporations.

Article Source: Philadelphia Inquirer

It Shouldn’t Take a Merger for Low-income Americans to Get Cheap Broadband

March 5, 2014

A 2013 paper authored by William Bratton and Michael Wachter of the Law School is cited.

Article Source: Washington Post

Case Weighing Religious Freedom Against Rights of Others Is Headed to Supreme Court

March 2, 2014

Tobias Wolff of the Law School is quoted.

Article Source: Washington Post

Now Uncle Sam Is Ripping Off Fannie and Freddie

February 27, 2014

David Skeel of the Law School shares his thoughts on Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

Rutgers-Camden’s Pritchett to Return to Penn to Teach

February 19, 2014

President Amy Gutmann is quoted about Wendell Pritchett returning to the Law School as a Presidential Term Professor.

Article Source: Philadelphia Inquirer