Open Access. Powered by Scholars. Published by Universities.®

Law Commons

Open Access. Powered by Scholars. Published by Universities.®

Articles 1 - 9 of 9

Full-Text Articles in Law

The Catholic School Revival, Karl Zinsmeister Nov 2015

The Catholic School Revival, Karl Zinsmeister

NDLS in the News

No abstract provided.


Bruce Huber Was A Guest On Npr's The Weekend Show, "Environmentalists Celebrate Keystone Xl Decision", Bruce R. Huber Nov 2015

Bruce Huber Was A Guest On Npr's The Weekend Show, "Environmentalists Celebrate Keystone Xl Decision", Bruce R. Huber

NDLS in the News

Environmental groups and activists are celebrating President Obama's decision to reject the Keystone XL Pipeline plan, but some people say that the Keystone decision is a symbolic one.


Bruce Huber Was A Guest On Npr's All Things Considered, "What The Keystone Xl Pipeline Decision Actually Means", Bruce R. Huber Nov 2015

Bruce Huber Was A Guest On Npr's All Things Considered, "What The Keystone Xl Pipeline Decision Actually Means", Bruce R. Huber

NDLS in the News

President Obama has rejected the application to complete the Keystone XL pipeline. Bruce Huber, professor of energy law at the University of Notre Dame, talks about the Keystone pipeline decision.


Jimmy Gurule Delivered The Opening Address At The Asian Banker Conference In Singapore, Jimmy Gurule Oct 2015

Jimmy Gurule Delivered The Opening Address At The Asian Banker Conference In Singapore, Jimmy Gurule

NDLS in the News

The Asian Banker Financial Crime 360: Preventing Financial Crime and Preempting Crises with Superior Compliance Capabilities conference in Singapore news release.

Professor Gurule's flight was cancelled because of the snow storm and he had to deliver his address via Skype.


The Hydrox Resurrection, Mark Mckenna Sep 2015

The Hydrox Resurrection, Mark Mckenna

NDLS in the News

KESTENBAUM: I wasn't going to let that stop me. So I called up a trademark expert, Mark McKenna at Notre Dame, and I asked him, is this right? Can someone just waltz in and grab a hundred­year­old trademark, suddenly own this whole history? It seemed a little weird 'cause a trademark is like a kind of property. And if you think of this like land...

SMITH: Like, hey, I notice you haven't mowed your lawn for a while, so I'm just going to take a little part of your property.

KESTENBAUM: Yeah, it seems crazy ...


Foul-Ball Injury At South Bend Game Highlights Delicate Safety Balance, Ed Edmonds Jul 2015

Foul-Ball Injury At South Bend Game Highlights Delicate Safety Balance, Ed Edmonds

NDLS in the News

Baseball teams have operated under the assumption that anyone who attends a game accepts the risk of injury from foul balls or bats—an assumption that has been upheld by courts in many states including Indiana, under the "baseball rule."


Jimmy Gurule Was A Guest On The Npr Morning Edition Speaking On The Topic Top Official Says Inside Help Was Likely In ‘El Chapo’ Escape, Jimmy Gurule Jul 2015

Jimmy Gurule Was A Guest On The Npr Morning Edition Speaking On The Topic Top Official Says Inside Help Was Likely In ‘El Chapo’ Escape, Jimmy Gurule

NDLS in the News

U.S. authorities had wanted Joaquin Guzman extradited, in part over fears that he would get out again. Mexican authorities refused. His escape likely will deepen distrust between the countries.

Notre Dame law professor and former FBI agent Jimmy Gurule says Guzman's brazen escape has only further damaged bi-national cooperation.


Jimmy Gurule Was Quoted In The Wall Street Journal, "Mexico Drug Lord’S Escape Was Foretold", Jimmy Gurule Jul 2015

Jimmy Gurule Was Quoted In The Wall Street Journal, "Mexico Drug Lord’S Escape Was Foretold", Jimmy Gurule

NDLS in the News

No abstract provided.


Gerry Bradley Was Quoted In The Wall Street Journal Law Blog The Gay Marriage Case: How The Supreme Court Could Rule, Gerard V. Bradley Jun 2015

Gerry Bradley Was Quoted In The Wall Street Journal Law Blog The Gay Marriage Case: How The Supreme Court Could Rule, Gerard V. Bradley

NDLS in the News

Gerry Bradley was quoted in the Wall Street Journal Law Blog The Gay Marriage Case: How the Supreme Court Could Rule on June 23, 2015.