January 3, 2017

In the News:

  • Widener continues music series with contemporary classical ensemble – Delaware County Daily Times (1/2 – No link available; See pg. 15; News of the Jan. 22 installment of Widener University’s Recital Series featuring Relache)
  • Groups seek NY constitutional right to clean air, water – Lockport Union Sun & Journal (1/1 – John Dernbach, professor and director of the Environmental Law and Sustainability Center at Widener Law Commonwealth, provided expert commentary)
  • The Caliber of Community Lawyers – Harrisburg Magazine (December 2016 issue – A feature on Widener Law Commonwealth with commentary by Widener University President Julie E. Wollman, Widener Law Commonwealth Dean Christian Johnson and Distinguished Jurist in Residence Mary Hannah Leavitt)
  • PLW People in the News – The Legal Intelligencer (12/29 – News of an upcoming talk on cybersecurity at Widener Law Commonwealth on 1/19)
  • DNREC cites Delaware City Refinery over Oil Shipments – The News Journal (12/26 – Ken Kristl, associate professor and director of the Environmental and Natural Resources Law Clinic at Delaware Law, provided expert commentary)
  • The 11 weirdest and most important things we learned about sex in 2016 – Rooster Magazine (12/26 – Mention of research out of Widener University, which was led by Dr. Brooke Wells, associate professor of human sexuality)
  • Del. Bankruptcy Cases Pushed Boundaries, Caught Eye of U.S. Supreme Court – Delaware Business Court Insider (12/24 – Subscription required; Bruce Grohsgal, the Helen S. Balick visiting professor in business bankruptcy law at Delaware Law, provided expert commentary)
  • Delaware: the home of business – World Finance (12/23 – The article includes comments previously made in the media by Lawrence Hamermesh, the Ruby R. Vale professor of corporate and business law and director of the Widener Institute of Corporate and Business Law at Delaware Law)
  • NJ town files $1B lawsuit against DuPont for environmental cleanup – USA Today (12/22 – Reprint of a story in The News Journal; Lawrence Hamermesh, the Ruby R. Vale professor of corporate and business law and director of the Widener Institute of Corporate and Business Law at Delaware Law, provided expert commentary)
  • Nanotech Tort Litigation: Potential Sleeping Giant – Bloomberg’s Expert Evidence Report (12/19, vol. 16, no. 24; This is a reprint of the Bloomberg BNA article posted 12/12 featuring expert commentary from Distinguished Emerita Professor Jean Eggen of Delaware Law)

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