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Professor Jerry Publishes Piece in the Tampa Bay Times About the Need to Cover Pre-existing Conditions

Professor Robert Jerry recently wrote an opinion column, “Insurers must be required to continue covering pre-existing conditions” for the Tampa Bay Times. In the column, Professor Jerry references a lawsuit filed in Texas earlier this year by 20 Republican attorneys general seeking to repeal Obamacare. In a brief filed in the suit in early June by the Department of Justice,…

Professor Jerry Comments on Trupanion Insurance Issue

Professor Bob Jerry commented in the April 20 issue of The Capitol Forum about Trupanion, a pet insurance company that is potentially violating multiple state insurance laws. The Capitol Forum is a news and legal analysis service for policymakers, investors and industry stakeholders on how policy affects market…

Professor Jerry Participates in Campus Free Speech Discussion

Professor Bob Jerry was one of 40 invited participants in an American Council on Education roundtable discussion on “Campus Inclusion and Free Expression” held recently at the University of Michigan. Kevin McDonald, Vice Chancellor for Inclusion, Diversity, & Equity and Chief Diversity Officer at the University of Missouri was a panelist. The goal of the event was to engage higher education leaders…

Professor Jerry Speaks on Insurance Law and Dispute Resolution

Professor Bob Jerry recently spoke about “Insurance Law and Dispute Resolution” at Texas A&M University School of Law. His talk was part of a symposium titled “Natural Disasters, Stakeholder Engagement and Dispute Resolution.” Cynthia Alkon, LLM ’02, moderated a panel on “Engaging Vulnerable Populations as Stakeholders.” Alkon is a professor of law and associate dean for academic affairs at Texas…

Law Faculty Help Develop New Policies Designed to Help Campus Community, Visitors Understand Rights Related to Protests and Use of Public Spaces

School of Law faculty were among the members of a committee that created new and revised policies that will help the MU community and visitors understand their rights and responsibilities related to campus protests and the use of public space. The Ad Hoc Joint Committee on Protests, Public Spaces, Free Speech and the Press was created by MU Interim Chancellor…