Tuesday, January 13, 2015

In the News:

  • Rite Aid offers $10,000 to support surveillance cameras in Chester – Delaware County Daily Times (1/13 – Rite Aid joins Widener University, the City of Chester, and the Riverfront Alliance of Delaware County in purchasing and installing a network of security cameras in the areas of Chester. President James T. Harris III was quoted. Similar stories appeared in The Philadelphia Inquirer and on WPVI (ABC), KYW-TV (CBS), and WPSG-TV (CW))
  • Paris Attacks Expected to Influence Boston Trial – The New York Times (1/12 – Jules Epstein, professor of law, provided expert commentary)
  • Can the government ban ‘ugly’ signs? – The News Journal (1/12 – Op-Ed by Law Professor Alan Garfield
  • Caesars creditors beat Apollo to punch with early bankruptcy – Bloomberg News (1/12 – Bruce Grohsgal, a professor of bankruptcy law, was quoted. Similar stories appeared in the Salt Lake Tribune and the Sun Herald

Athletic Update: