Faculty in the News
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The News Journal
Erin Daly, wrote opinion piece on 10/20/14
What if Delaware, Widener Law partnered?

Bloomberg BNA
Lawrence Hamermesh, quoted on 10/17/14
Del. Gen. Assembly Unanimously Confirms Vaughn as Next Supreme Court Justice

The Philadelphia Inquirer
Jules Esptein, wrote opinion piece on 10/10/14
Casting reasonable doubt on eyewitness testimony

The Detroit News
Lawrence Hamermesh, quoted on 10/08/14
Johnson Controls fires consultant

WDEL 1150 AM
John Culhane, interviewed on 10/06/14
Discussed the U.S. Supreme Court's decision not to take any gay-marriage cases this term (no link available)

The News Journal
Alan Garfield, wrote opinion piece on 10/05/14
Government exemptions for religious believers concerns (subscription may be required)

Slate
John Culhane, wrote opinion piece on 10/03/14
Bespoke Babies

The Knowledge Effect
Lawrence Hamermesh, quoted on 10/03/14
Citigroup should open books on Banamex troubles, Delaware final report says

The News Journal
Lawrence Hamermesh, quoted on 10/02/14
Delaware multimillionaire gets prison (subscription may be required)

The Cape Gazette
Ken Kristl, mentioned on 10/02/14
Sea level rise seminar serves as a call to action

WHYY Newsworks
Jon Culhane, quoted on 09/29/14
Early same-sex marriages in Montgomery County could be out of limbo

The News Journal
Jules Epstein, quoted on 09/27/14
Do not tolerate attacks on disabled (subscription may be required)

Pittsburgh Business Times
John Dernbach, quoted on 09/25/14
Shale Insight panelists lock horns over Supreme Court Act 13 decision

The News Journal
Thomas Reed, quoted on 09/23/14
Markell taps Vaughn for Del. Supreme Court (subscription may be required)

The News Journal
Jules Epstein, quoted on 09/20/14
Widener helps police officers learn limits of the law (subscription may be required)

The Morning Call
Jules Epstein, quoted on 09/20/14
For mass murderer Michael Ballard, a case of live or let die?

The News Journal
Thomas Reed, quoted on 09/19/14
Woman found not guilty of mom's murder, due to insanity (subscription may be required)

The News Journal
Larry Hamermesh, quoted on 09/18/14
Investor campaigns for DuPont to break up (subscription may be required)

The Patriot-News
Michael Cozzillio, quoted on 09/17/14
NFL needs to be proactive instead of reactive in dealing with domestic and other violent crimes

The News Journal
Ken Kristl, quoted on 09/17/14
Sea level rise: Not just a beach risk (subscription may be required)

WDEL 1150AM, The News Journal
John Culhane, interviewed about inmate suicide case
Widener professor weighs in on inmate suicide case (WDEL 1150 AM on 09/16/14)
Appeals court: DOC officials can be sued (The News Journal on 09/15/14) (subscription may be required)

The News Journal
David Hodas, wrote Constitution Day essay on 09/15/14
Constitution and the environment: Federalism at work

The News Journal
Alan Garfield, wrote Constitution Day column on 09/15/14
Can we still call ourselves 'We the People'? (subscription may be required)

The News Journal
Thomas Reed, quoted on 09/13/14
Markell considering 4 for Supreme Court vacancy

The News Journal
Erin Daly and Susan Saidel, quoted on 09/10/14
Widener Law, Vets Clinic cited for community service

The News Journal
John Culhane, quoted on 09/10/14
Appeals court rules DOC officials can be sued for suicide (subscription may be required)

The Knowledge Effect (Thomson Reuters)
Lawrence Hamermesh, quoted on 09/09/14
Delaware-chartered firms can force investor suits into home-state courts

The News Journal
Tom Reed, quoted on 09/05/14
2 hit men still sought in Paladin murders (subscription may be required)

The Times-Tribune
John Dernbach, quoted on 09/04/14
Residents beat gas company in Lycoming County zoning case (subscription may be required)

The Atlantic
Tonya Evans, quoted on 09/03/14
Book Publishing, Not Fact-Checking

The Knowledge Effect, Thomson Reuters
Lawrence Hamermesh, quoted on 08/22/14
Delaware judge wants more briefing before ruling on new fee-shifting bylaw

Delaware Business Daily
Erin Daly, quoted on 08/20/14
Business people: Aug. 20-26, 2014

The Patriot-News
Michael Hussey, quoted on 08/20/14
Four Dauphin County elected officials get behind on taxes following financial issues – and a good deed

The News Journal
Christopher Robinette, quoted on 08/18/14
DNREC cites landowners for I-495 dirt pile

Philadelphia Daily News
John Dernbach, quoted on 08/18/14
Also shredding its Constitution...Pennsylvania

Environment and Energy Publishing
John Dernbach, quoted on 08/18/14
LAW: Enviros push 'public trust' as trump card over oil and gas influence

The News Journal
Lawrence Hamermesh, quoted on 08/15/14
Retired Delaware Justice Walsh, 84, dies (subscription may be required)

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Ken Kristl, quoted on 08/12/14
State weighs petition seeking new emissions rules

The News Journal
Thomas Reed, quoted on 08/01/14
Phony sunken treasure puts law firm in danger (subscription may be required)

The Denver Post, The Daily News
John Dernbach, quoted on ordinances and bans related to oil and gas drilling of shale formations
Oil, gas boom taps rush of ordinances and bans across the U.S. (Denver Post on 07/27/14)
Oil, gas boom taps rush of ordinances and bans across the U.S. (Daily News on 07/26/14)

Fortune and The Morning Call
Juliet Moringiello, quoted on Detroit bankruptcy
Detroit pensioners approve bankruptcy haircut in landslide (Fortune on 07/22/14)
Detroit workers, retirees give bankruptcy plan a boost (The Morning Call on 07/22/14

Colorado Public Radio
John Dernbach, quoted on 07/21/14
Explained: The Colo. ballot initiatives that would limit oil and gas development (Dernbach is quoted in the audio clip)

Cape Gazette
Ken Kristl, cited for work on appeal on 07/21/14
Citizen groups appeal state's plan for pickle plant

The News Journal
Jules Epstein, quoted on 07/21/14
Get a room: Why all the sex in public?

NPR's State Impact
John Dernbach, quoted on 07/17/14
Commonwealth Court throws out several challenges to Act 13, including ‘doctor gag rule’ [UPDATED]

Delaware Newszap
Ken Kristl, cited for filing appeal with Delaware Superior Court on 07/11/14
Community groups continue opposition to state-approved remediation plan

The Washington Post
Chris Robinette, quoted on 07/10/14
5 things learned from Giants fan beating verdict

The Patriot-News
John Dernbach, mention of an interview on 07/10/14
Pennsylvania's Environmental Rights Amendment to be spotlighted by panel

Delaware Business Court Insider
Lawrence Hamermesh, quoted on 07/09/14
Delaware Corporations Adopt Fee-Shifting Bylaws (subscription required)

The News Journal
Thomas Reed, quoted on 07/07/14
Judge Brady reassigned from Wilmington to Georgetown

The News Journal
James May, quoted on 07/05/14
Dilemma for Delaware beaches' renowned water quality (subscription may be required)

The Patriot-News
Robyn Meadows, quoted on 07/03/14
Widener Law, Dauphin County Bar Association starting law firm incubator program

The Wall Street Journal, The Pittsburg Tribune-Review, Reading Eagle, etc.
Geoffrey Moulton Jr., served as special investigator in Sandusky investigation review
Kane, District Attorneys Association duke it out over Sandusky report (Pittsburgh Tribune-Review on 07/02/14)Kathleen Kane's failed gambit (The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review on 06/28/14)
Sandusky and Corbett: Together again (The Philadelphia Daily News on 06/25/14)
Analysis: Sandusky report finds no smoking gun against Corbett, but puzzling delays in the case (Reading Eagle on 06/24/14)
Kane: Missteps, 'inexcusable delays' in Sandusky investigation (The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review on 06/23/14)
Sandusky Probe Wasn't Intentionally Delayed - Pennsylvania AG (The Wall Street Journal on 06/23/14) (subscription required)
Kathleen Kane: 'Crucial missteps and inexplicable delays' in 3-year investigation of Jerry Sandusky (The Morning Call on 06/23/14)
Report: 'Crucial missteps' in Sandusky investigation (Bucks County Courier Times on 06/23/14)
Attorney General Kane releases Sandusky review (CNBnews.net on 06/23/14)
Kathleen Kane: Inexplicable delays in Sandusky investigation (Philadelphia Business Journal on 06/23/14)

WITF-FM Radio Smart Talk
Michael Dimino, interviewed on 07/01/14
Smart Talk: State budget update; Legal aid in civil cases; Contraception Supreme Court ruling

The News Journal
Alan Garfield, wrote column on 06/30/14
Hobby Lobby's win expands employers' religious liberty (subscription may be required)

WDDE-FM, The News journal,
Alan Garfield, quoted on the Supreme Court decision on the contraception coverage mandate in the Affordable Care Act
Local lawmakers, legal experts react to Supreme Court Hobby Lobby decision (WDDE-FM on 06/30/14)
Del. reactions mixed to Court birth control ruling (The News Journal on 06/30/14) (subscription may be required)

The News Journal
James R. May, quoted on 06/28/14
Events to celebrate law protecting Delaware's coast (subscription may be required)

WDEL 1150 AM
Michael Dimino, interviewed on 06/26/14
Discussed Supreme Court decisions on presidential recess appointments (no link available)

WDEL 1150 AM
Jules Epstein, interviewed on 06/25/14
SupCo ruling tells cops to get warrant to search cellphones (audio available)

The News Journal
James May, quoted on 06/24/14
Supreme Court ruling means adjustments for DNREC (subscription may be required)

Bloomberg News and the Financial Post
Lawrence Hamermesh, quoted on U.S. Supreme Court ruling that limits shareholder class actions
Supreme Court Limits Class Action Cases: Business of Law (Bloomberg News on 06/24/14)
U.S. Supreme Court upholds ‘fraud on market’ theory (Financial Post on 06/24/14)

WVON-AM Matt McGill Morning Show
Tonya Evans, interviewed on 06/19/14
Discussed cancellation of the Washington Redskins' trademark (no link available)

The Patriot-News
Randy Lee, quoted on 06/19/14
Defenders of traditional marriage take their message to Washington

The Philadelphia Inquirer
Jules Epstein, quoted on 06/18/14
No retrial for pair in '95 robbery-murder

Pittsburgh Post Gazette
Jules Epstein, quoted on 06/14/14
Pennsylvania court rulings differ on expert witnesses

Pittsburg Tribune-Review
Geoffrey Moulton, work on independent review of Jerry Sandusky case cited on 06/14/14
What will we learn from the Kane report?

Forbes
Lawrence Hamermesh, cited on 06/10/14
Is Delaware Law A Favor To Plaintiff Lawyers, Or Shareholder Protection?

Law 360
Lawrence Hamermesh, quoted on 06/10/14
Del. Judge Reshuffling Won’t Rock First State (subscription required)

The Morning Call
John Culhane, quoted on 06/10/14
Lehigh County woman paralyzed after flu shot wins $11.6 million for treatment

The News Journal
Thomas Reed, quoted on06/07/14
Court papers show Matusiewicz 'hit list'

Citizens Voice, Standard Speaker, and The Times-Tribune
Juliet Moringiello, provided expert commentary on bankruptcy
Creditors, township, look for MEM missing PPL cash (Citizens Voice on 06/07/14)
Creditors seeking MEM bankruptcy money (Standard Speaker on 06/07/14)
Creditors, township, look for MEM missing PPL cash (The Times-Tribune on 06/07/14)

WDEL 1150AM
Lawrence Hamermesh, interviewed on 06/05/14
Discussed the Delaware chief justice's plan to revamp Court of Chancery's private arbitration program (no link available)

The News Journal
Thomas Reed, quoted on 06/05/14
Wheeler fights search that found child porn (subscription may be required)

The News Journal
Lawrence Hamermesh, mentioned as possible judicial appointment on 06/05/14
Four in running for Del. Supreme Court vacancy (subscription may be required)

The Pittsburgh Post Gazette's Community Voices
Erin Daly, quoted on 05/30/14
The Cautionary Instruction: The Eighth Amendment — a matter of human dignity

The Philadelphia Inquirer
John Culhane, quoted on 05/30/14
Gay couples wed in 2013 remain in limbo in Montco

The Newark Post
Ken Kristl, quoted on appeal of Board of Adjustment zoning verification for the Data Centers LLC's plans to build a power plant in Newark
Group asks court to intervene on data center (The News Journal on 05/28/14) (subscription may be required)
Newark power plant critics take case to Del. Superior Court (WHYY Newsworks.org on 05/27/14)
Power plant foes appeal zoning verification to Superior Court (The Newark Post on 05/27/14)

The Philadelphia Inquirer, The San Francisco Gate, etc.
John Culhane, provided commentary on Governor Corbett's decision not to appeal decision in marriage equality case
Why This Catholic, Anti-Gay Marriage Governor Gave Up (Edge New York on 05/26/14)
Corbett defends dropping defense of marriage law (Philadelphia Inquirer on 05/24/14)
Corbett defends dropping defense of marriage law (The San Francisco Gate on 05/24/14)
Corbett defends dropping defense of marriage law (New Jersey Herald on 05/24/14)
Behind Corbett's decision to drop same-sex marriage appeal (York Dispatch on 05/24/14)
Gov. Corbett's decision to drop same-sex marriage fight was the right decision, say politicians, lawyers, aides (The Patriot-News on 05/24/14)
Corbett Defends Dropping Defense of Marriage Law (WCAU-TV NBC 10 on 05/24/14)
Corbett's Decision Against Appeal Ushers in Same-Sex-Marriage (Legal Intelligencer on 05/22/14 (subscription required)
With no appeal, marriage equality in Pennsylvania likely here to stay (The Patriot News on 05/21/14)
Corbett skips appeal of same-sex marriage ruling (WITF-FM on 05/21/14)

WGAL-TV NBC
Michael Dimino, interviewed on 05/22/14
Discussed Governor Corbett's decision not to appeal same-sex marriage ruling

Slate
John Culhane, wrote column on 05/20/14
What Today’s Gay Marriage Victory in Pennsylvania Means for the Rest of America

The News Journal
Lawrence Hamermesh, quoted on 05/19/14
AstraZeneca's future not certain, observers say (subscription may be required)

Slate
John Culhane, wrote column on 05/19/14
Pay Up, BP

Crain's New York Business
Lawrence Hamermesh, quoted on 05/19/14
Verizon dials up democracy

The News Journal
Alan Garfield, wrote column on 05/18/14
Wading through the malarkey of judges as umpires (subscription may be required)

WDDE-FM (NPR)
Ken Kristl, quoted on 05/16/14
Widener Law study examines legal ramifications of addressing sea level rise

The News Journal
Bob Hayman, wrote column on 05/16/14
Remembering Justice Earl Warren’s surprising legacy (Subscription may be required)

The Philadelphia City Paper
John Culhane, wrote column on 05/15/14
What we’re losing when we lose Giovanni’s Room

Slate
John Culhane, wrote column on 05/15/14
In Pennsylvania, the State Can’t Bring Itself to Justify Its Gay Marriage Ban

The Philadelphia Inquirer
John Culhane, quoted on 05/14/14
Pa. same-sex marriage suit headed to federal court

Pittsburgh Post Gazette
John Dernbach, quoted on 05/13/14
Appeals court to hear arguments on 4 sections of Act 13

The Patriot-News
G. Randall Lee, quoted on 05/13/14
Dead Hummelstown lawyer case could spark lawyer disciplinary changes

The News Journal and Delmarva Public Radio
Ken Kristl, involved with appeal of a ruling regarding possible poultry processing plant in Millsboro
Millsboro Chicken Processing Plant Opponents Go To Court (Delmarva Public Radio on 05/14/14)
Appeal targets DNREC cleanup plan for new poultry site (The News Journal on 05/13/14)

The News Journal
Leonard Sosnov, quoted on 05/10/14
Did judge's 'bizarre' actions taint case? (subscription may be required)

The News Journal
Lawrence Hamermesh, quoted on 05/10/14
UD switches endowment to Northern Trust (subscription may be required)

SFGate.com
John Culhane, quoted on 05/10/14
Michael Sam’s courage is rewarded – He gets drafted by the Rams

Delaware 105.9 FM News Talk and WDEL 1150 AM
Ken Kristl, discussed report on legal response to sea level rise in Delaware
AUDIO: Widener University Issues Report on Sea Level Rise (Delaware 105.9 FM News Talk on 05/08/14) (audio available)
Widener report calls for changes to law to adapt to sea level rise (WDEL 1150 AM on 05/07/14) (audio available)

WITF-FM Radio Smart Talk
Don Brown, interviewed on 05/07/14
Professor makes moral case for action on climate change

The News Journal
Thomas Reed, quoted on 05/02/14
AG disputes ties to Medical Examiner's Office (subscription may be required)

The News Journal
Lawrence Hamermesh, quoted on 05/01/14
AZ defiant amid talk Pfizer will up bid (subscription may be required)

The Philadelphia Inquirer, The News Journal, WDEL 1150 AM, etc.
Linda L. Ammons, retirement announcement
Interim dean to stay on after Widener Law dean's retirement (Central Penn Business Journal on 05/06/14)
Linda Ammons, dean of Widener Law, announces retirement (The Pennsylvania Record on 05/01/14)
5 things to know today (4-30) (The Philadelphia Business Journal on 04/30/14)
Ammons to step down as Widener law dean (Philadelphia Inquirer on 04/29/14)
Ammons steps down as Widener Law dean (The News Journal on 04/29/14)
Widener Law dean to retire (Delaware 105.9 FM News Talk on 04/29/14)
Widener dean stepping down (WDEL 1150 AM on 04/29/14)
Widener Law School dean to retire (The Delaware County Daily Times on 04/29/14)

Bloomberg.com
Lawrence Hamermesh, quoted on 04/29/14
Sotheby’s Poison Pill Hinders Proxy Fight, Lawyer Argues

The News Journal
Tom Reed quoted on 04/26/14
Hundreds in Delaware drug cases could walk (subscription may be required)

The Philadelphia Inquirer
Michael Dimino, interviewed on 04/23/14
Discussed the U.S. Supreme Court's decision upholding Michigan's affirmative-action ban on the afternoon broadcast (no link available)

The Philadelphia Inquirer
James May, quoted on 04/22/14
As Delaware riverkeeper, van Rossum uses the law

The News Journal
Jules Epstein, quoted on 04/21/14
PowerPoint 'murder' slide's legality argued (subscription may be required)

The News Journal
Alan Garfield, wrote opinion column on 04/20/14
Truth police a dangerous direction (subscription may be required)

Slate
John Culhane, wrote column on 04/16/14
How to Fix Baseball’s Replay Mess

The Patriot-News
John Culhane, quoted on 04/16/14
Widener Law prof John Culhane saw Northwestern NLRB ruling coming but sees a long road ahead

The New York Times
Donald Brown, wrote letter on o4/14/14
Letters to the Editor: Public Attitudes About Climate Change

The Philadelphia Inquirer
Lawrence Hamermesh, quoted on 04/14/14
Format of Inquirer auction could start to take form

WCAU-TV NBC, San Francisco Chronicle, Lancaster Online, The Patriot-News
John Dernbach, quoted on Franklin Kury
Court Vindicates Ex-Lawmaker's Environmental Work (WCAU-TV NBC on 04/12/14)
Court vindicates ex-lawmaker's environmental work (San Francisco Chronicle on 04/12/14)Court vindicates ex-lawmaker's environmental work (Lancaster Online on 04/12/14)
A Green Ruling: Franklin Kury and the 40-year fight for clean air and water in Pennsylvania (The Patriot-News on 04/09/14)

The Delaware County Daily Times
John Culhane, wrote column on 03/28/14
Column: Don't lose sight of the goal of Obamacare

WHYY-TV 12
Ken Kristl, interviewed on 03/28/14
Interviewed for a story on clean drinking water (no link available)

Delaware Grapevine
Michael Dimino., quoted on 03/27/14
The Bonini Bill

KCRW-FM's Press Play
John Culhane, interviewed on 03/27/14
Discussed unions for college athletes (no link available)

The News Journal
Ken Kristl, mentioned in letter to the Editor on 03/27/14
Newark should unite to push against Data Center (subscription may be required)

The Delaware County Times
John Culhane, spoke during Communication Studies 'Live from the Newsroom program on 03/26/14
Missed 'Live from the Newsroom' talking Obamacare at Widener? Here is the replay

Prelaw Magazine
D. Benjamin Barros, quoted in Spring 2014 issue
Jobs for JDs, just later

Pittsburgh City Paper
John Dernbach, quoted on 03/26/14
Public Trusts: Proposed fracking under Deer Lakes Park could run afoul of state constitution

WHYY Newsworks, WITF-FM, and WESA-FM
U.S. Supreme Court to hear Pa. firm's challenge of contraception mandate (WHYY Newsworks on 03/24/14)
U.S. Supreme Court to hear midstate challenge of contraception mandate (WITF.org on 03/25/14)
U.S. Supreme Court to Hear Local Challenge of Federal Contraception Mandate (WESA-FM on 03/24/14

Delaware County Daily Times
Francis Catania, mention of reappointment to Delaware County Economic Development Oversight Board on 03/24/14
County council makes appointment

The News Journal
Thomas Reed, quoted on 03/23/14
Suspended Delaware Chief Medical Examiner's side work scrutinized (subscription may be required)

The News Journal
Alan Garfield, wrote column on 03/23/14
Making the case for contraception over religion (subscription may be required)

York Daily Record
John Dernbach, quoted on 03/20/14
Act 13 court battle: What's still at stake?

The Philadelphia Inquirer
Robert Power, quoted on 03/19/14
Political bribery can be tough to prove

The Express
John Dernbach, quoted on 03/18/14
What’s still at stake in the Act 13 court battle?

WPMT Fox 43 News
Randy Lee, quoted on 03/15/14
Student, parents sue school district over handling of “joke” about bomb threat

State Impact NPR Blog
John Dernbach, quoted on 03/14/14
What’s still at stake in the Act 13 court battle?

The Times Herald
Jules Epstein, quoted on 03/10/14
Convicted Phoenixville murderer loses appeal for new trial

Bloomberg
Lawrence Hamermesh, quoted on 03/10/14
RBC Judge Finds Conflicts Tainted Rural/Metro Buyout

MarketWatch
John Culhane, quoted on 03/10/14
10 things the gun industry won’t tell you

Slate
John Culhane, wrote column on 03/06/14
U.S. v. Windsor Must Be This Generation’s Brown v. Board of Education, Not Its Roe v. Wade

WDEL 1150 AM
Jules Epstein, interviewed on 03/06/14
Discussed shortage of lethal injection drugs nationally and in Delaware (No link available)

ABC News, Bloomberg, Daily Herald
Jules Epstein, quoted on Oscar Pistorius murder trial
Oscar Pistorius Reacts to Testimony About Night Reeva Steenkamp Was Killed (ABC News on 03/06/14)
'Blade Runner' Pistorius' murder trial begins Monday (Daily Herald on 03/01/14)
Pistorius Prosecution in Fight to Prove Premeditated Murder (Bloomberg on 02/28/14)

Reuters, The New York Times, The Baltimore Sun, etc.
Juliet Moringiello, quoted on Detroit bankruptcy plan
Detroit uses stick and carrot to sell bankruptcy plan (Reuters on 02/26/14)
Detroit Uses Stick and Carrot to Sell Bankruptcy Plan (The New York Times on 02/26/14)
Detroit uses stick and carrot to sell bankruptcy plan (The Morning Call on 02/26/14)
Detroit uses stick and carrot to sell bankruptcy plan (The Baltimore Sun on 02/26/14)

The Huffington Post
John Culhane, wrote column on 02/26/14
Casinos for Seniors: Full of Sound and Light, Signifying Emptiness

Pittsburgh Tribune Review
Judith Ritter, quoted on 02/25/14
Test jury yields mixed results in case of Pitt researcher accused of killing wife

LawFuel
Ben Barros, quoted on 02/25/14
Law Jobs Market Moves Up . . Or Does It?

The News Journal
Lawrence Hamermesh, quoted on 02/23/14
Steele chosen to swear in Strine as chief justice (subscription may be required)

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Jules Epstein, quoted on 02/22/14
What prompts county to seek death penalty?

USA Today
Jules Epstein, quoted on 02/17/14
Police probe teen's claims that she killed dozens

The News Journal
Alan Garfield, wrote opinion column on 02/16/14
Who deserves the right to decide on abortion? (subscription may be required)

Slate
John Culhane, wrote column on 02/15/14
Michael Sam Understands That Football Is a Business. That’s Why He Felt Comfortable Coming Out.

The News Journal
Ken Kristl, quoted on 02/11/14
Newark Data Center: 2nd zoning appeal filed (subscription may be required)

The Philadelphia Inquirer
Jules Epstein, wrote letter on 02/10/14
Letters to the Editor: Legal Courage

WDEL 1150 AM
Jules Epstein, interviewed on 02/05/14
Widener Law prof chosen for national forensic commission (audio available)

The News Journal
Linda L. Ammons, quoted on 02/02/14
Dean's imagination keeps Widener's walls bright (subscription may be required)

BBC News
John Culhane, quoted on 01/31/14
A US college football player's union could be 'revolutionary'

Slate
John Culhane, wrote column on 01/29/14
Hey, Hey, NCAA. Unionize College Sports Today!

Pennsylvania Cable Network
Michael R. Dimino, served as a panelist on televised discussion on 01/29/14
Panel Discussion on voter ID legislation (no link available)

Pennsylvania Cable Network
John C. Dernbach, served as a guest during special program on 01/27/14
Program on Pennsylvania's Act 13, the Marcellus Shale, and the recent Pennsylvania Supreme Court Ruling (no link available)

WITF-FM's Radio Smart Talk
John C. Dernbach, interviewed on 01/21/14
Smart Talk: the PA Supreme Court's shale decision and the quest for affordable artist housing in York (audio available)

Delaware Business Daily, The News Journal
Ken Kristl, quoted on appeal of Milsboro chicken plant
Foes appeal clean-up ruling that could clear way for $100M poultry plant (Delaware Business Daily on 01/21/14)
Widener files appeal backing opponents of Millsboro chicken plant plan (The News Journal on 01/20/14) (subscription may be required)

The Philadelphia Inquirer
John Culhane, quoted on 01/20/14
Pennsylvania could tip the scales nationally on same-sex marriage

The York Record and The Patriot News
Michael Dimino, on Pennsylvania voter ID law
Accept, appeal or pass a new law: Options for voter ID supporters in Pennsylvania (York Record 01/19/14)
What could a voter ID appeal to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court look like? (The Patriot-News on 01/17/14)

The Paul Harris Show
John Culhane, interviewed on 01/18/14
Discussed potential for lawsuits against Governor Chris Christie's administration (audio available)

WDDE-FM
Ken Kristl, quoted on 01/17/14
Suit challenges DNREC on new carbon limits for power plants

WDEL 1150 AM
G. Randell Lee, interviewed on 01/16/14
Discussed the Supreme Court case involving free speech and protesters outside abortion clinics on the noon broadcast (no link available)

PreLaw Magazine
Linda L. Ammons, sited for diversity initiatives in the 2014 Winter Issue
Diversity Stars

Slate
John Culhane, wrote opinion piece on 01/14/14
How to Sue Over the Christie Bridge Scandal and Win

The News Journal
Ken Kristl, quoted on 01/14/14
Environmental groups' Delaware City Refinery crude-by-rail challenge rejected (subscription may be required)

WDEL 1150 AM
Michael Dimino, interviewed on 01/13/14
Discussed Supreme Court hearing oral arguments in a case focused on presidential recess appointment power (no link available)

The News Journal
Alan Garfield, wrote opinion column on 01/12/14
Supreme Court considers space restrictions on First Amendment (subscription may be required)

The Philadelphia Inquirer
John Dernbach, quoted on 01/12/14
Court decision may have big impact on drilling

The News Journal
Ken Kristl, quoted on 01/11/14
New appeal of Delaware City Refinery's oil-by-rail operation (subscription may be required)

WDDE 91.1 FM
Kathleen Conn, interviewed on 01/10/14
Discussed the future of Reach Academy charter school for girls on the Green Show (audio available)

The News Journal, WDEL 1150 AM
Larry Hamermesh, on Governor Markell's choice of Chancellor Strine to become the next Chief Justice of the Delaware Supreme Court
Markell nominates Strine for chief justice of Delaware Supreme Court (The News Journal on 01/09/13) (subscription may be required)
Discussed Governor Markell's choice of Leo Strine as the next Chief Justice of the Delaware Supreme Court on the evening broadcast (WDEL 1150 AM on 01/08/13)(no link available)

WDEL 1150 AM
John Culhane, interviewed on 01/06/14
Discussed Supreme Court ruling that blocks gay marriage in Utah to make way for a legal appeal (no link available)

The Morning Call
John Dernbach, quoted on 01/06/14
Corbett to state Supreme Court: Undo fracking ruling

WHTM ABC 27
Monica Cliatt, interviewed on 01/03/14
Discussed whether smoking pot legally in Colorado can get you into trouble with a workplace drug test in Pennsylvania (video)

WDEL 1150 AM
John Culhane, interviewed on 01/03/14
Discussed same-sex marriage law in Utah (no link available)

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