PROF. PAMELA LAUFER-UKELES PUBLISHED IN INDIANA LAW JOURNAL SPECIAL ISSUE
The Indiana Law Journal has recently put out a special roundtable issue on regulating assisted reproductive technology that includes an article from Prof. Pamela Laufer-Ukeles.
Prof. Cox Publishes Article on Pregnancy and Disability
Cox proposes that the ADA should be interpreted to protect pregnant workers.
Professor Jeannette Cox’s article on pregnancy and disability, "Pregnancy as ‘Disability’ and the Amended Americans with Disabilities Act,” has been published in the Boston College Law Review.
Prof. Reilly Publishes Article on Digital Sampling
Reilly's paper analyzes the difference between U.S. copyright laws and German neighboring rights governing the infringement of sound recordings.
Professor Tracy Reilly’s article on digital sampling, “Good Fences Make Good Neighboring Rights: The German Federal Supreme Court Rules on the Digital Sampling of Sound Recordings in Metall auf Metall,” has been published in the winter 2012 issue of the Minnesota Journal of Law, Science & Technology.
University of Dayton law professor Tom Hagel believes his brother, Chuck, has exactly the right qualities to be the next U.S. Secretary of Defense.