Heartlander Magazine quoted Professor Chandler’s blog, ACA Death Spiral, discussing why insurers may have recently gained standing to sue over the latest modification of the Affordable Care Act.
Law360 quoted Professor Moll discussing popular misconceptions regarding the requirements of partnership formation.
Semana Informática interviewed Professor Nimmer regarding issues in intellectual property law affecting electronic media
Professor Bush was quoted in a Reuters article about the Tunney Act’s increasing irrelevance as merger settlements close in advance of final judicial approval. The article, which discusses the antitrust law in the context of the American Airlines and US Airways merger, was picked up by numerous news outlets.
Professor Chandler appeared in a news item on Fox 26 News on Monday evening. Professor Chandler commented on the Texas Windstorm Insurance Association’s financial condition and its potential inability to pay claims in the event of a hurricane.
The Texas Observer reviewed Professor Dow’s new book, Things I’ve Learned from Dying.
Professor Olivas was quoted in a Memphis Commercial Appeal article, commenting on bills in the Tennessee legislature that would make undocumented students who have spent at least five years in Tennessee schools eligible for in-state tuition.
The Houston Chronicle reports that Professor Barbara Stalder won the Democratic primary election for District Judge of the 280th Judicial District.
Professor Bush was quoted in an article distributed by Reuters and available on Yahoo News, regarding the criminal antitrust charges against Chesapeake Energy and Encana Corp. in Michigan.
Professor Chandler’s recent blog post from his ACA Death Spiral blog regarding the Obama administration’s latest “fix” to the troubled roll out of the Affordable Care Act was featured on the Real Clear Policy website.
The Daily Cougar profiled Professor Dow in connection with the publication of his book, Things I’ve Learned from Dying: A Book About Life. Professor Duncan was also quoted recommending the book.
The New Republic quoted Professor Weaver discussing the likelihood of China purchasing surplus Venezuelan oil in the event of a US embargo.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution quoted Professor Olivas explaining the legal status of persons in the US without authorization who have been granted “deferred action” for humanitarian reasons.
Professor Roberts’ blog post “Health as a Bottleneck” appeared on the Concurring Opinions blog as part of an online symposium regarding the book Bottlenecks: A New Theory of Equal Opportunity.
The Oil & Gas Financial Journal reports that Professor Chase has been elected as an independent director of Anadarko Petroleum Corp.
Conservative Action Alerts quoted Professor Dow’s letter to the New York Times criticizing the targeted killings of US citizens overseas as illegal. This item appeared in several sources.
The Houston Chronicle quoted Professor Lipton questioning the validity of the City of Houston’s claim that ridesharing service Uber is harassing the city by forwarding petitions from Houston residents.
Professor Bruhl was also interviewed by radio station KTRH regarding the ruling.
Professor Bruhl was interviewed by radio station KUHF for a story on a U.S. District Court ruling that declared Texas’s same-sex marriage ban unconstitutional.
Professor Olivas is scheduled to speak, on “Higher Education and the Courts: Legal Issues Involving Faculty, Students, and Immigrants,” at the general session of the 18th Annual Texas Higher Education Law Conference to be held March 24-25, 2014.
Professor Zamora participated in a briefing that was held at the law offices of Fulbright & Jaworski in February 2013, according to an article available on MetroCorpCounsel.com. The article included an excerpt of Professor Zamora’s comments and mentioned the Center for U.S. and Mexican Law as a co-sponsor of the briefing.
Professor Hawkins’ article, “The CARD Act on Campus,” 69 WASH. & LEE L. REV. 1471 (2012), was cited by the GAO Report, “Credit Cards: Marketing to College Students Appears to Have Declined” (February 2014), on page 21, footnote 24.
The Houston Chronicle referenced Dean Alderman as a consumer law expert in a discussion of a dispute over a car battery warranty. This item appeared in February 20 print edition of the paper.
The Houston Chronicle endorsed both UHLC Civil Clinic Staff Attorney Barbara Stalder and UHLC alumnus Steve Kirkland in their respective family court judicial campaigns.
Professor Paust was interviewed by Click 2 Houston regarding whether drug trafficker Joaquin Guzman will be extradited to the United States.
Dean Alderman was interviewed by Houston’s KTRK-TV for a story on a local furniture store that has failed to deliver furniture to some of its customers.
Professor Kwok was cited by the Beaumont Enterprise in an article on the downgrading of the Beaumont Independent School District’s bond rating.
Professor Bruhl was interviewed by KUHF Houston Public Radio, regarding challenges to Texas’ constitutional ban on gay marriage.
Professor Olivas will speak about Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals and its impact on undocumented students at the University of Texas at San Antonio’s College of Public Policy, as part of the Dean’s Distinguished Lecture Series. The event will take place on March 17 at 5:30 pm according to an announcement on the KTVU website.
Professor Chandler was quoted by an Modern Healthcare report on the January surge of the enrollment through the state and federal health insurance exchange.
IND Media quoted Professor Dow noting the Supreme Court’s disapproval of the 5th Circuit’s handling of capital cases. This item appeared in several sources.
The New York Times published a letter to the editor from Professor Dow concerning the Obama administration’s drone strike policy.
Professor Dow was quoted in an article on the death penalty published by The Week. The article highlighted Professor Dow’s latest book, Things I’ve Learned From Dying.
Professor Bruhl was interviewed by radio station KUT of Austin for a story on the recent extension of federal protections to same-sex married couples.
Professor Chase has been elected by Anadarko Petroleum Corporation to serve as an independent director of the company, effective Feb. 12, 2014, according to an announcement available on Finance.Yahoo.com. Professor Chase was also appointed as a member of the Board's Governance and Risk Committee.
Professor Bruhl was interviewed by KTRH (AM 740) and was quoted in an article available on the station’s website regarding the future of pending lawsuits challenging bans on same-sex marriage
In an article about the “affluenza” case, the Christian Science Monitor quoted Professor Thompson discussing the relationship between the degree of harm and the public’s emotional response regarding punishment.
Professor Dow’s newest book, Things I’ve Learned from Dying, was reviewed by correspondent Terri Schlichenmeyer and is available on the website of the Pennisula Clarion.
Professor Chandler’s article “Small Businesses and Obamacare” was quoted at length in National Review Online’s domestic policy blog, “The Agenda.”
Professor Olivas is scheduled to speak on “God, Grades, and Sex: the Developing Law of the College Classroom,” as part of the University of Kentucky College of Education Department of Educational Policy Studies and Evaluation’s colloquium series, on Tuesday, February 4th, at 4:00 P.M.
Professor Dow’s newest book, Things I’ve Learned from Dying, was reviewed by the New York Times. Professor Dow’s previous book, The Autobiography of an Execution, was also mentioned in the review.
Professor Wells was quoted in a Bloomberg.com article about the unintended consequences of a 2004 law that sought to penalize executives whose companies reincorporated in other nations to reduce tax obligations. The article was also published on the San Francisco Chronicle and Bloomberg Businessweek websites.
Professor Wells was quoted extensively by Tax Notes Today in an article on a U.S. Tax Court treaty-shopping case involving intercompany debt incurred by Ingersoll-Rand Co. in connection with its 2001 reincorporation in Bermuda.
Employee Benefits News featured Professor Chandler’s blog discussing prospects for health care enrollment.
Dean Alderman will be speaking as part of the Clear Lake Association of Senior Programs lecture series on February 6th regarding "The People's Court" according to an article from the Bay Area Citizen website.
Professor Chandler's ACA Death Spiral blog was quoted in an article from the Indianapolis Business Journal website regarding health care exchange enrollment in Indiana.
Professor Dow’s newest book, THINGS I’VE LEARNED FROM DYING: A BOOK ABOUT LIFE, was reviewed by Boston Globe.
Professor Dow’s newest book, THINGS I’VE LEARNED FROM DYING: A BOOK ABOUT LIFE, was reviewed by the Washington Post.
An obituary Professor Dow wrote in memory of Johnny Joe Martinez, an executed inmate Dow represented, was quoted in an article on the PolicyMic website.
Professor Dow is quoted in a Houston Chronicle article about his client, Jack Harry Smith, a 76 year-old Texas inmate who has been on death row since his sentencing in 1978.
Professor Olivas will be the speaker for the opening plenary session of the 2014 Southeast/Southwest People of Color Legal Scholarship conference in Houston on February 28, as announced on the conference website.
Professor Olivas’ new NPR show, “The Law of Rock and Roll” will debut on Friday, January 24 at 8:20 a.m. on KANW, 89.1 FM, in Albuquerque, New Mexico, according an article on the law center’s website.
Professor Buckles was quoted in an article on the Dallas Morning News’ website, commenting on the general expectation in state law that a will is a public document and the use of trusts by some wealthy families to keep financial details of their estates private.
An article available on BenefitsPro.com quotes from Professor Chandler’s commentary on his ACA Death Spiral Blog analyzing the latest Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act exchange enrollment activity statistics.
Professor Bruhl was interviewed by KTRH regarding a recent federal court decision striking down Oklahoma's same-sex marriage ban and how it may impact Texas.
Professor Winslade’s comments to the Dallas Morning News regarding the rights of family members of legally dead persons were reprinted in articles from the International Business Times and the Amarillo Globe-News.
ABC 13 posted a video of Dean Alderman discussing legal issues relevant to consumer use of credit cards.
FierceHealthPayer quoted Professor Chandler discussing the demographics of new enrollees in federal health insurance exchanges.
The Dallas News quoted Professor Winslade discussing the rights of family members of legally dead persons.
Professor Chandler wrote an article published in the National Review online. The article discusses how the Affordable Care Act will affect small businesses’ health insurance purchasing decisions.
Professor Chandler was quoted in a Reuters article regarding the consequences for the Affordable Care Act if more young adults do not sign up for health insurance coverage. This article appeared on multiple news websites.
Professor Dow appeared on the Texas Matters radio show to discuss his new book, Things I’ve Learned from Dying: A Book About Life.
Professor Kwok was quoted in a Beaumont Enterprise article commenting on how the fraud indictments of two finance officers for the Beaumont Independent School District may affect bond ratings for the district.
Dean Alderman was interviewed by KTRK-TV (ABC-13) and quoted in an article on the station’s website commenting on a landlord’s responsibility to repair a heating system.
Professor Dow’s new book, Things I’ve Learned from Dying was reviewed by the Dallas Morning News.
Professor Bruhl was quoted in a Houston Chronicle article about the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals' review of a district court ruling that declared part of a new Texas abortion law unconstitutional. Professor Bruhl comments on the make-up of the three-judge panel who will review the case. The article also appeared in the San Antonio Express-News.
Dean Alderman’s book, Know Your Rights! Answers to Texans’ Everyday Legal Questions, and the law center’s Texas Consumer Complaint Center were both listed as top resources for consumers in a Fort Worth Star-Telegram article about tools for becoming a better consumer in 2014.
Dean Alderman answered legal questions about automobile purchase and personal injury on KTRK TV. The video can be viewed at http://abclocal.go.com/ktrk/video?id=9378981.
Professor Olivas was quoted by The New York Times discussing the consequences of the California Supreme Court’s ruling that immigration status is irrelevant to fitness for bar membership.