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Commentary: Professor Shubha Ghosh on Retiring Offensive Brands & "Vestigial Use"

Tuesday 6/30/2020

As companies voluntarily retire their offensive trademarks, two questions tug at whatever passes for a conscience nowadays. First, can these undesirable marks come back, revived by whomever sees a market niche for these symbols?

Shubha Ghosh

Professor David Driesen Weighs in on SCOTUS CFPB Decision

Tuesday 6/30/2020

“The Supreme Court today created a Presidential constitutional right to fire government officials for political reasons,” Driesen said in an email to MPA. “President Trump’s abuse of firing authority and the history of the world show that such unchecked power threatens the rule of law and the survival of democracy” ...

David Driesen

Professor William C. Banks to Vox: Southern Deployment Legal, But Is the Wall?

Friday 6/26/2020

William Banks, an expert on national security law at Syracuse University, told Vox that such a deployment, like the previous ones, is clearly legal. But, he added, “I continue to question whether the wall construction itself is lawful” ...

William C. Banks

Professor Corri Zoli Discusses Arrest of Chinese Researcher with SCMP

Thursday 6/25/2020

“It’s not just China doing this. It’s everybody. This is the way that we’re evolving into a new battlespace, but China happens to be very effective at it.”

Corri Zoli

Professor Doron Dorfman's Research Cited by Poynter Institute

Monday 6/22/2020

“There may be legitimate disabilities that would prevent someone from wearing a mask: someone with autism who has sensory issues, for example, or someone with a respiratory problem for which a mask would make breathing difficult.”

Doron Dorfman

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