Law School

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
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Media Contact:Steve Barnes | | 215-573-5181February 19, 2014

Wendell Pritchett Named a Presidential Term Professor at Penn

Wendell E. Pritchett, chancellor of Rutgers University-Camden and a former University of Pennsylvania Law School professor, will return to the Penn faculty as a Presidential Term Professor.

Why It’s Getting Harder to Sue Illegal Movie Downloaders

February 17, 2014

R. Polk Wagner of the Law School says, “IP addresses are continuing to be less and less of an indicator of the identity of a particular person or computer on the net.”

Article Source: Mother Jones