Prof. Jost on Health Care Reform and the Budget

Professor Timothy S. Jost, the Robert L. Willett Family Professor of Law, recently posted an article titled "Consensus and Conflict in Health System Reform — The Republican Budget Plan and the ACA" on the New England Journal of Medicine's Health Policy & Reform website. In the post, Professor Jost takes a look at the Republican budget proposal from … Continue reading Prof. Jost on Health Care Reform and the Budget

Prof. Wilson on LGBT Civil Rights

Last Tuesday, April 26, Professor Robin Wilson, the Class of 1958 Law Alumni Professor of Law, was a panelist for a New York City Bar forum, titled "Reconciling Rights: Balancing Lesbian Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Civil Rights with First Amendment Religious Protections." Professor Wilson discussed marriage rights, including her proposal for religious exemptions that she presented to … Continue reading Prof. Wilson on LGBT Civil Rights

Anthony M. Kreis on Educational Media Co. v. Swecker

Third year law student, Anthony Michael Kreis, recently had his article that reviewed the Fourth Circuit case, Educational Media Co. at Virginia Tech Inc. v. Swecker, accepted by the South Carolina Law Review, 62 S.C. L. Rev. 533 (2011), for its annual Fourth Circuit Survey. Virginia's Alcohol Beverage Control Board is charged with promulgating regulations … Continue reading Anthony M. Kreis on Educational Media Co. v. Swecker

Prof. Johnson on Analytic Memos

Professor Lyman P. Q. Johnson, the Robert O. Bentley Professor of Law, recently had his article, Techniques to Teach Substance and Skill in Contract Drafting: In-Office Meetings and Analytical Memos, published in Transactions: The Tennessee Journal of Business Law. The short article is based on a talk Prof. Johnson gave at Emory Law School on Transactional Lawyering. One … Continue reading Prof. Johnson on Analytic Memos

Prof. Johnson on Delaware’s Non-Waivable Duties

Professor Lyman P. Q. Johnson, the Robert O. Bentley Professor of Law, recently had his article, Delaware's Non-Waivable Duties, 91 B.U. L. Rev. 701 (2011) published in the Boston University Law Review. The article disputes the seemingly settled view that recently enacted statutes in Delaware legally permit fiduciary duties to be waived in noncorporate business associations. Professor Johnson … Continue reading Prof. Johnson on Delaware’s Non-Waivable Duties

Prof. Franck on Investment Treaty Arbitration

Professor Susan D. Franck, Associate Professor of Law, recently published her article, Rationalizing Costs in Investment Treaty Arbitration, 88 Wash. U. L. Rev. 769 (2011), in the Washington University Law Review. International investment and related disputes are on the rise, leading many parties to turn to arbitration. The costs of investment treaty arbitrations are arguably substantial. Prof. … Continue reading Prof. Franck on Investment Treaty Arbitration

Prof. Millon on Organized Labor

Professor David Millon, the J.B. Stombock Professor of Law, recently published his article, Keeping Hope Alive, 68 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 369 (2011), in the Washington & Lee Law Review. The short article is a review and discussion of Micah Jost's article, Independent Contractors, Employees, and Entrepreneurialism Under the National Labor Relations Act: A … Continue reading Prof. Millon on Organized Labor