Tuesday, July 10, 2018

In the News:

  • J&J Gets Two Talc Appeals Wins, but Broad Impact Questioned – Bloomberg (7/5 – Jean M. Eggen, Distinguished Professor Emerita of Law at Delaware Law School, is quoted)
  • Supreme Court ruling on police use of cellphone data may derail Hockessin murder case – The News Journal(7/6 – Romie Griesmer, a lecturer of law and supervising attorney to Delaware Law’s criminal defense clinic, is quoted on new limitations on police access to such cellphone data)
  • Trump Picked Kavanaugh. How Will He Change the Supreme Court? – Politico (7/9 – John Culhane, professor and co-director of the Family Health Law and Policy Institute at Delaware Law School, provides commentary on President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee)

Alumni News:

  • How Trump and two lawyers narrowed the field for his Supreme Court choice – The Washington Post (7/8 – Article features Donald F. McGahn II who is a 1994 graduate of Widener Law Commonwealth and currently serves as White House Counsel)
  • Who’s News: Lancaster County hirings and promotions – Lancaster Online (7/9 – Widener Law graduate Jonathan D. Landua was hired by Saxton & Stump as an associate attorney, focusing on health care, health care litigation and commercial litigation)

Tune in Today:

  • WDEL News Radio; 4:25 p.m.; Delaware Law Professor John Culhane will be on air talking about the new Supreme Court nominee

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Athletics Update:

Events on Main Campus today:

  • Pride Experience 1: Summer Registration; 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.; main campus