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‘Water in the Courts’ Topic of Great Lakes Water Conference on Nov. 6

October 28, 2020

Important water-related cases are the focus of the live webinar "Water in the Courts," scheduled as part of the 20th annual Great Lakes Water Conference.


Justice Barrett’s Impact on Affordable Care Act Case

October 27, 2020

Rebecca Zietlow, the Charles W. Fornoff Professor of Law and Values in the UToledo College of Law, analyzes what’s next as Amy Coney Barrett is sworn in as the newest U.S. Supreme Court justice.


Experiencing history: UToledo experts provide key insight in election year

October 26, 2020

In a presidential election with far-ranging impacts that include addressing a public health pandemic, curbing an economic recession and the consequences of filling an open seat on the U.S. Supreme Court within days of the election, The University of Toledo is uniquely situated in a key battleground state with expert faculty who are navigating the ...


Navigating uncertainty: UToledo experts explain impacts of COVID-19 pandemic

October 20, 2020

  As the COVID-19 pandemic spread across the globe infecting millions of people, UToledo experts provided insight into national issues and how we move forward. Read: Navigating uncertainty: UToledo experts explain impacts of COVID-19 pandemic


Supreme Court letter raises concerns for local same sex couples

October 12, 2020

Lee Strang, John W. Stoepler Professor of Law and Values in the UToledo College of Law, discussed the letter released by Supreme Court Justices Thomas and Alito that shared concerns about the Obergefell v. Hodges decision, which legalized same-sex marriage in 2015.


ESG Investing: Big Banks’ Money Laundering Problem

October 9, 2020

Eric Chaffee, Distinguished University Professor in the UToledo College of Law, discusses how bad actors can use big banks to store and move financial assets. Read: ESG Investing: Big Banks’ Money Laundering Problem


How the Democrats can pack the court and de-escalate at the same time

October 8, 2020

  D. Benjamin Barros, dean and professor of law at The University of Toledo College of Law, writes an op-ed about “packing the court” and term limits for U.S. Supreme Court justices. Read: How the Democrats can pack the court and de-escalate at the same time


Will Ohio have only one ballot drop box per county? An appeals court says it’s up to election chief

October 5, 2020

Lee Strang, John W. Stoepler Professor of Law and Values in the UToledo College of Law, said the person legally authorized to conduct elections is the secretary of state and courts should defer to his interpretations unless they find his take to be illegal. Read: Will Ohio have only one ballot drop box per county? ...


Legal issues for fall college sports

September 29, 2020

UToledo Vice President and Athletic Director Mike O’Brien and Geoffrey Rapp, senior associate dean for academic affairs and Harold A. Anderson Professor of Law and Values, discuss college sports scheduling for fall 2020.


How a Supreme Court Justice gets confirmed and what it means for the 2020 election

September 28, 2020

Lee Strang, John W. Stoepler Professor of Law and Values, explains the process of appointing a new justice to the Supreme Court. Read: How a Supreme Court Justice gets confirmed and what it means for the 2020 election