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Professor Schmitz to Present at the University of Munich

Professor Amy J. Schmitz will discuss “Crafting Remedy Systems to Address Consumer Deception” as a special guest presenter at the University of Munich in Munich, Germany, May 20-21. She will discuss enforcement mechanisms currently used for addressing deception like we saw in the VW emissions scandal, otherwise known as “Dieselgate.” Her talk will include explanation of class actions and shareholder…

Professor Lietzan Speaks About Top Cases in Food and Drug Law

On May 3, Professor Erika Lietzan spoke at the annual meeting of the Food and Drug Law Institute (FDLI), a nonprofit organization dating to the 1940s that brings together experts from the federal government, industry, the private bar, non-profit organizations, patient and consumer advocates, consulting firms, and academia. Its annual meeting is the premier conference for the food and drug law community…

Professor Diamond Presents at AI Conference

Professor Randy Diamond recently gave a talk on “Technology for Lawyers” at Duquesne University School of Law. The conference featured presentations from educators, practitioners, policy makers, and computer scientists on how the development of artificial intelligence is affecting society, the law, the legal profession, and legal education. Professor Diamond discussed a new course he has developed on “Innovation and Technology…

Professor Schmitz Interviewed by Bottom Line Personal

Professor Amy J. Schmitz was interviewed by Bottom Line Personal to provide insights on consumer issues, and to weigh in on the biggest mistakes that people make in their financial lives. In the article, “5 Money Mavens Reveal Their Most Memorable Mistakes,” Professor Schmitz unveils her own mistake in buying a house for the wrong reasons, overly focusing on conventional…

Professor Schmitz Interviewed by Kleros about Online Dispute Resolution

Professor Amy J. Schmitz was interviewed by Kleros for an article shared among blockchain enthusiasts regarding her work in online dispute resolution, “Towards a Global Online Dispute Resolution Platform: Amy Schmitz and The New Handshake.” The interview showed the application of dispute resolution ideas in Professor Schmitz’s book, The New Handshake: Online Dispute Resolution and the Future of Consumer Protection. She…

Professor Schmitz Publishes in Buffalo Law Review

Professor Amy J. Schmitz has published her article, “Expanding Access to Remedies through E-Court Initiatives,” in the Buffalo Law Review.  The article is a comprehensive look at the use of technology for resolving disputes using Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) in the courts in the United States and throughout the world.  This has become an important issue, as claims processes move online. …

University of Chicago Law Review Publishes Lambert Response

The University of Chicago Law Review has published Professor Thom Lambert’s essay, Understanding How to Regulate.  The essay responds to a critical review of Prof. Lambert’s book, How to Regulate: A Guide for Policymakers.  The review, by Professor Lisa Heinzerling of Georgetown Law School, appeared in a recent issue of the University of Chicago Law Review. Professor Lambert’s book is the primary text for a current first-year…

Professor Lietzan Lectures on the Hatch-Waxman Amendments

Professor Erika Lietzan recently gave a lecture on the Hatch-Waxman Amendments as part of the Mason Judicial Education Program, a division of George Mason University’s Law & Economics Center (LEC). Professor Lietzan lectured for an hour on the Hatch-Waxman Amendments, which created a statutory pathway for approval of generic drugs as well as provisions governing the timing of that approval…

Professor Schmitz Presents on ODR at ABA Dispute Resolution Section Annual Meeting

Professor Amy J. Schmitz presented on “ODR in the Courts” at the American Bar Association Dispute Resolution Section Annual Meeting in Minneapolis, MN, on April 12. Professor Schmitz explained the new online mechanisms being used in the courts for a variety of less complex cases.  Her talk explored new “e-courts” that essentially move traditional judicial processes into the “virtual” world of…

Professor Schmitz Discusses Smart Contracts Disputes to Conference in Israel

Professor Amy J. Schmitz presented via Zoom for students and other conference attendees in Haifa, Israel, on “Smart Contract Dispute Resolution” as part of an Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) event at the University of Haifa on April 3. For her part, Prof. Schmitz discussed the various ways that disputes will arise out of smart contracts, despite hype that computer coding…