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In deciding In the Matter of Viking Pump, Inc. and Warren Pumps, LLC, Insurance Appeals, the highest court in New York cited French’s 2012 article in the Kansas Law Review titled “The ‘Non-Cumulation Clause’: an ‘Other Insurance Clause’ by Another Name.”
Two state supreme courts recently relied on the writings of Penn State Law professors on topics ranging from construction insurance contracts to DNA testing for paternity.
Penn State Law professor and immigration law expert Shoba Sivaprasad Wadhia will join Brown University community members and residents to discuss her book Beyond Deportation: The Role of Prosecutorial Discretion in Immigration Cases on Thursday, August 4.
Penn State Law professor Samuel C. Thompson Jr. testified before the IRS and Treasury Department on new regulations aimed at reducing corporate inversions that allow U.S. companies to reduce the amount they pay in taxes to the U.S. government.
DNA molecule illlustration
The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine have released a web-based educational module on DNA evidence designed by Penn State Law associate dean for research David H. Kaye.
Penn State Law has named Michael Foreman, professor of law and director of the Civil Rights Appellate Clinic, to the newly created position of director of clinics and experiential learning.
U.S. Supreme Court
Political ideology matters in Supreme Court decisions on financial regulation, according to research by Penn State Law professor Marco Ventoruzzo.
Ethics In International Arbitration
Rogers, a scholar of international arbitration and professional ethics, has written the first treatise analyzing the ambiguities and conflicting rules present in international arbitration.
Penn State Law Professor Thomas E. Carbonneau's book The Law and Practice of Arbitration has been published as volume 31 of Moore's Federal Practice.
Shoba Sivaprasad Wadhia
U.S. law professors from 32 states, Washington, D.C., and Puerto Rico signed on to a letter co-authored by Shoba Sivaprasad Wadhia and delivered today to the White House. The letter argues that President Obama has wide legal authority to make changes to immigration enforcement policy.