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Dean Lidsky comments in article about Smartmatic lawsuit

Dean Lyrissa Lidsky provided comments in a recent article, Fox Asks Judge to Dismiss Smartmatic Lawsuit, Claims its Coverage was Protected by the First Amendment, published by First Amendment Watch, a project of the Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute at New York University. “[E]ven in jurisdictions that recognize a privilege or defense for repeating newsworthy accusations, the media’s reporting must be…

Professor Bowman’s Impeachment Expertise Sought by National & International Media

Frank O. Bowman, III is a Floyd R. Gibson Missouri Endowed Professor of Law and an expert on the impeachment of the president and other federal officers. In his recent book, High Crimes and Misdemeanors: A History of Impeachment for the Age of Trump (Cambridge University Press), Professor Bowman offers unprecedented clarity to the question of impeachment, tracing its roots…

Professor Bowman: Presidential Pardons and the Problem of Impunity

Frank O. Bowman, III is a University of Missouri Curators’ Distinguished Professor and Floyd R. Gibson Missouri Endowed Professor of Law. Recently he has been writing about the issues that may arise if President Trump issues pardons to his family and associates, or perhaps even to himself. The results of his research are in the article, “Presidential Pardons and the…

Professor Bowman provided election commentary to international news outlets

Professor Frank O. Bowman has appeared on several international television networks to provide commentary on the 2020 election in the U.S. He appeared on Good Morning Europe with EuroNews TV before the election, France 24 (English) the day after the election. And then on November 6 with AlAraby (an Arabic language network out of London). Most recently he appeared on…

Professor Lambert interviewed by the Global Antitrust Institute

Professor Thom Lambert was recently interviewed about his paper, Rent-Seeking and Public Choice in Digital Markets. The paper will soon be published as a chapter in the Global Antitrust Institute’s forthcoming Report on the Digital Economy. The interview is on YouTube. Professor Lambert explains public choice theory and the concept of rent-seeking and then describes a number of recent instances of…

Professor Schmitz provides commentary in new book about decentralized justice

Prof. Amy J. Schmitz provided an interview and commentary that has been published in a book about how decentralized justice on the blockchain is revolutionizing how we view conflict management. In a chapter, “Towards a Global Online Dispute Resolution Platform: Amy Schmitz and The New Handshake,” Professor Schmitz provides her inspiration and ideas related to creating a global online dispute…

Professor Halabi comments on Missouri AG Schmitt’s lawsuit

Professor Sam Halabi commented on the recent lawsuit filed by Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt in a news article for McClatchyDC and carried in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Missouri sues China in federal court, alleging responsibility for pandemic. Halabi, who specializes in global health law, spoke on the legal hurdles that a lawsuit against China would encounter.…

Professor Lietzan’s FDA Expertise Sought by National & International Media

Professor Erika Lietzan researches, writes, and teaches primarily in the areas of food and drug regulation, intellectual property, and administrative law. Some of her recent scholarship has focused on the nature and purpose of the new drug approval system, federal regulation of fecal microbiota transplantation, federal regulation of products derived from cannabis, the political economy of the Hatch-Waxman (generic drug)…