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Professor Lietzan Speaks at Food & Drug Law Institute’s Annual Conference

On May 4, Professor Erika Lietzan participated in the perennially popular closing session – on significant litigation in 2017 and cases to watch in 2018 – of the Food & Drug Law Institute’s annual conference.  FDLI is the primary professional association for specialists in food and drug law.  The annual meeting brought together more than 900 law professors, practicing lawyers,…

“Legal 101 for Innovators & Entrepreneurs:” Professor and Student Present at Bootcamp

Professor Jim Niemann and 3L Max Mauldin led the presentation on the intellectual property topics in the “Legal 101 for Innovators & Entrepreneurs” program at the Coulter Translational Partnership Bootcamp on April 19 at the MU School of Medicine. The University of Missouri Coulter Translational Partnership Program began in 2012 as a partnership between MU and the Wallace H. Coulter Foundation.…

Professor Schmitz Discusses Mandatory Pre-Dispute Arbitration Agreements at ABA Conference

Professor Amy J. Schmitz presented on a panel, “Mandatory Pre-Dispute Arbitration Agreements – the Pro se Litigant v. the Experienced Lawyer – Can We “Level the Playing Field?”” at the American Bar Association Dispute Resolution Conference in Washington D.C., April 7-8 , 2018. The panel provided a lively debate regarding the pros and cons of using various dispute resolution methods…

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…

Professor Oliveri Speaks About Housing Discrimination at City of Columbia Seminar

Professor Rigel Oliveri was among the presenters at the City of Columbia Fair Housing and Lending Seminar in early April. According to a KOMU-TV story, Oliveri spoke in depth about housing discrimination and equal housing initiatives at the event. “Out of over 28,000 complaints filed in 2016, it is estimated that that is such a small fraction of the universe…

Professor Barondes Presents Paper at University of Idaho

Professor Royce Barondes presented his paper, “Conditioning Exercise of Firearms Rights on Unlimited Terry Stops,” on April 6 at the University of Idaho College of Law’s symposium “Terry v. Ohio at 50: Considering the Past, Present and Future of…