Monday, June 9, 2014

In the News:

  • Court papers show Matusiewicz ‘hit list’ – The News Journal (6/8 – Thomas J. Reed, a professor emeritus at the School of Law, provided expert commentary) 
  • Creditors, township, look for MEM missing PPL cash – Citizens Voice (6/7 – Law Professor Juliet Moringiello provided expert commentary on bankruptcy. Similar stories appeared in the Standard Speaker and The Times-Tribune
  • Widener Partnership students move ahead – Delaware County Daily Times (6/6 – Feature story on the first 8th grade graduating class of Widener Partnership Charter SchoolPresident James T. Harris III was quoted. A clip of the graduation aired on WPVI-TV during the evening news broadcast on 6/5) 
  • Let UPMC and Highmark argue it out – Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (6/5 – An op-ed co-written by Joseph Fuhr, professor of economics) 
  • Pa., Del., N.J. share in $105 million settlement with GlaxoSmithKline – WHYY-FM (6/5 – Roseann Termini, adjunct professor of law, provided expert commentary on unlawful product promotion)
  • Wheeler fights search that found child porn – The News Journal (6/5 – Thomas J. Reed, a professor emeritus at the School of Law, reviewed the documents)
  • Ruby R. Vale Professor of Corporate and Business Law Lawrence Hamermesh was interviewed on WDEL-AM on 6/5 about the Delaware chief justice’s plan to revamp the Court of Chancery’s private arbitration program.
  • On Campus: Marlton residents earn college honors – Voorhees Sun (6/5 – Mention of Alisha Gonzales, a PsyD graduate, who was the recipient of  the Kimberly Marshall Health Psychology Dissertation Award)
  • Pennsylvania AG Kane wrapping up review of Corbett’s handling of Sandusky case – Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (6/2 – Wes Leckrone, associate professor of political science, provided expert commentary. Professor Emeritus of Law Geoff Moulton was also mentioned

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