Faculty News and Appearances
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Boston College Law School faculty are used as legal experts and sources by a growing number of reporters and media outlets, both across the country and around the world. This section of the website contains a selection of links to articles where BC Law faculty have been recently quoted.
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(National Mortgage News)-- Wells Fargo stunned the mortgage industry Wednesday by tentatively agreeing to pay $1.2 billion to resolve civil claims by the Justice Department and other federal agencies that it originated shoddy loans insured by the Federal Housing Administration.
(American Constitution Society)-- If government employees can object to funding a union’s political activity, should shareholders have the right to object to a corporation’s?
(The Daily Free Press)-- U.S. District Court Judge George O’Toole ordered Tuesday the release of more than 600 court files kept under record during the trial of convicted Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, according to Marcia Patrisso, a court reporter for O’Toole.
The Massachusetts attorney general’s office is investigating whether Gilead Sciences Inc.’s pricing of its hepatitis C drugs violates state laws on unfair trade practices, according to a letter from the prosecutor that also asked the company to lower its prices.
(1to1media.com)-- If current trends continue, consumers will be spending more time on carrier-provided services whether or not they realize it.
Professor Emeritus Hugh Ault’s paper, Some Reflections on the OECD and the Sources of International Tax Principles (2013), was one of ten most downloaded tax papers in 2015 according to TaxProf Blog.
Professor Kent Greenfield discussed the effect of presidential hopeful Ted Cruz's Canadian birth on his eligibility for the nation's highest office on NECN "Broadside."
Jan. 12 — The playing of daily fantasy sports (DFS) has spurred an abundance of controversy, with attorneys general in several states banning such games and regulators in others either requiring operators to get a license or attempting to establish regulations for them.
NECIR and WBUR have teamed up to investigate the case of Darrell "Diamond" Jones, a Boston man currently serving the 30th year of a life sentence for a murder he maintains he did not commit.
BC Law Professor Richard Albert was elected Chair of the Association of American Law Schools (AALS) Section on Law & Religion at the 2016 AALS Annual Meeting, held January 6-10 in New York.