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Surprising ways code-copying meets ‘fair use’ threshold

April 7, 2021

Llewellyn Gibbons, UToledo Distinguished University Professor of law, wrote an op-ed analyzing how the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling this week in favor of Google in a copyright dispute with Oracle over Android software may spark changes to the Copyright Act. Read: Surprising ways code-copying meets ‘fair use’ threshold


UToledo Graduate Programs Jump in U.S. News Rankings

April 1, 2021

Advancing their positive momentum, the College of Nursing and College of Law improved again in the new list released Tuesday.


Deadline Monday for 2020 graduates to RSVP for May 8 Commencement

March 23, 2021

Returning graduates need to complete the online form on the Commencement website to indicate their plans to attend to ensure they can access tickets and will be recognized at the ceremony.


What Amazon’s union battle in Alabama means for workers

March 18, 2021

Joseph Slater, Distinguished University Professor and Eugene N. Balk Professor Of Law And Values, discusses how a union election victory by Amazon workers in Bessemer, Ala., could encourage workers at other Amazon plants to unionize.


Toledo’s patient-safety ordinance authors stand by its legality

March 4, 2021

Rob Salem, associate dean for diversity and inclusion and clinical professor of law at the UToledo College of Law, explained why a potential Toledo City Council ordinance does not infringe on First Amendment rights.


Jury diversity important for justice, attorney says

March 1, 2021

RaShya Cunningham, lecturer in the College of Law, discusses how negative racial stereotypes follow jurors into the jury box.


Call for Jeep to Remove Cherokee Name

February 24, 2021

Geoffrey Rapp, senior associate dean for academic affairs and Harold A. Anderson Professor of Law and Values in the UToledo College of Law, discusses Cherokee Nation asking Jeep to stop using its name.


National Security Issues Topic of Feb. 19 Virtual Law Review Symposium

February 16, 2021

Featuring a wealth of national experts, "Emerging National Security Issues in 2020 and Beyond" will be conducted online as a free, live webinar from 9 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. Feb. 19.


Distinguished University Professors Announced

February 11, 2021

Nicole Porter, Dr. Yanfa Yan and Rebecca Zietlow were named Distinguished University Professors in recognition of their exemplary achievements in teaching, research, scholarship and professional service.


UToledo Law Professor Named American Bar Foundation Fellow

February 11, 2021

Eric Chaffee's latest honor is limited to only 1% of lawyers licensed to practice in each jurisdiction.


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