Faculty Focus is a monthly
publication documenting the activities, accomplishments, and honors of the
spoke on “When Marketing, Pricing, and The Sherman Act Collide: Recent
Antitrust Stories” at the
Griffin submitted the chapter, The Ethics of Partners:
Bohatch v. Butler & Binion in Ethics Stories ( Deborah Rhode and
David Luban, eds.) part of the Foundation Press Stories series. She will present
the chapter to the
taught U.S. Copyright Law at the
Intellectual Property Summer Institute in Concord, New Hampshire, published the
annual supplement to his copyright casebook, and completed a piece on two
hundred years of U.S. Supreme Court reporting for the Green Bag Press (a revival
of the 19th Century journal named in honor of the satchels traditionally used by
lawyers to carry their papers). Professor Joyce has also arranged for
Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor to speak to the Law Center Community
and other members of the Houston Bar at a dinner on
Krause's article, Regulating, Guiding, and
Enforcing Health Care Fraud, 60 N.Y.U. Ann. Surv. Am. L. 241 (2004), made the SSRN top ten
download list for “Health Insurance (Topic) All-Time Hits,” as well as the
"Health Insurance (Topic) Recent Hits” lists; the "Health Care Delivery &
Financing" Recent and All-Time Hits lists; the "Health Insurance Reform (Topic)"
Recent and All-Time Hits lists, and the "University of Houston Law Center,
Public Law & Legal Theory" Recent and All-Time Hits lists. Also Professor
Krause has been named to the American Health Lawyers Association 2004-05 “Links
With Academia” Task Force.
Liu’s book Chinese Law on SARS was published in
July and his article Regulating SARS in
China: Law as an Antidote?
will appear in the Wash. U. School of Law Global Studies L. R.,
Fall issue. The
article deals with the most recent developments in SARS legislation. He will
also give a talk on September 10th on SARS to the Faculty of St. Mary’s
Oren’s article, Civil Rights (42 U.S.C.
sec. 1983) has been published in 35 Tex.Tech L. R. 621 (2004). Also forthcoming in 2004
Professor Oren has an article entitled, The Paradox
of Unmarried Fathers and
the Constitution: Biology “Plus” Defines Relationships; Biology Alone
Safeguards the Public
Fisc in 11 Wm & Mary J. of
Women and L.
Paust was a panelist on a Houston-PBS
show on August 31 addressing
Rapoport attended the Southwest Conference
of the American Bankruptcy Institute to talk with the steering committee about a
nationwide study of bankruptcy fees in chapter 11. She is one of two people-
remember Bob Lawless who is now at UNLV? – who will be
advising Stephen Lubben of Seton Hall on the design and interpretation of the
study (if the ABI can afford to do it!).
Guerra Thompson was quoted in a Houston Chronicle article on August 28th
about the extradition and federal trial of Robert Angleton and in the Victoria Advocate on August 31st on the
Texas RICO statute. She also co-authored an article with Ellen Marrus
summarizing the criminal procedure opinions of the Fifth Circuit for 2002-2003
published in the Spring 2004 issue of the Texas Law Review.
Turner will, by invitation of New York
University School of Law’s
Vail served on the planning committee
for the 2004