Lori Andrews wrote a commentary in the Chicago Tribune, “Hello Barbie, Goodbye Privacy,” in November, discussing privacy concerns raised by Mattel’s new doll. In December, she co-authored a Chicago Tribune op-ed, “Protecting Your Privacy from Windows 10.” Also in December, a study of medical apps by S. Blenner, N. Daneshvar, Lori Andrews, and other colleagues was accepted for publication in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
David Gerber’s article, “Global Competition Law Convergence: Potential Roles for Economics,” is being published this month in Research Handbook in Law and Economics (T. Eisenberg & G. Ramello, eds.).
Richard Gonzalez and Laurie Leader served as executive editors of the second supplement to the fifth edition of the Bloomberg/BNA treatise, Employment Discrimination Law, published in December.
Steven Harris contributed the chapter on U.S. law in Retention of Title In and Out of Insolvency, published in December by Global Law and Business in conjunction with the International Bar Association. Foundation Press published the sixth edition of Security Interests in Personal Property (co-authored with C. Mooney) in December.
Steven Heyman’s article, “A Struggle for Recognition: The Controversy Over Religious Liberty, Civil Rights, and Same-Sex Marriage” will be published in the Fall 2015 issue of the First Amendment Law Review.
Valerie Gutmann Koch published her book chapter, “The Law and Legal Perspectives on Prenatal and Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis,” in Prenatal and Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis: The Burden of Choice (Springer 2015).
Nancy Marder’s book chapter, “Justice Stevens and His Clerks,” was published in Of Courtiers & Kings (T. Peppers & C. Cushman, eds., 2015).
Professor Marder’s book chapter “Jurors and Juries” was published in The Handbook of Law and Society (A. Sarat & P. Ewick, eds., 2015).
Henry Perritt’s “Using the Internet to Make Drones Safe,” co-authored with second-year student A. Plawinski, was published in the Journal of Internet Law. His “One Centimeter Over My Back Yard: Where Does Federal Preemption of State Drone Regulation Start?,” also co-authored with A. Plawinski, has been published by the North Carolina Journal of Law and Technology.
Professor Perritt’s articles, “FAA warns states, cities against drone regulations” and “FAA’s new drone registration rule paves way to next steps,” were published in the Radio and Television Digital News Association newsletter.
César Rosado Marzán’s book chapter, “The Limits of Human Rights for Labour Rights: A Retrospective Look at the Case of Chile,” was published in The ILO from Geneva to the Pacific Rim: West Meets East (Palgrave, N. Lichtenstein & J.M. Jensen, eds.).
Christopher Schmidt published book reviews in the Journal of Southern History and Kansas History.
Adrian Walters wrote a chapter on directors’ disqualification regimes in the Research Handbook on International Financial Crime (Edward Elgar, pub., B. Rider, ed).
Richard Wright’s revised January 2015 presentation to the Law and Economics Section of the Association of American Law Schools was published as “The New Old Efficiency: Theories of Causation and Liability,” in 7 Journal of Tort Law 65 (2015).
Prof. Wright is co-editing (with F. G’sell and S. Ferey) selected revised papers first presented at the “Conference on Causation, Liability and Apportionment,” at the Université Panthéon-Assas (Paris II), Paris, France, September 2014, for publication in English as a symposium in 91 Chicago-Kent Law Review 2, as well as in French. Wright has also co-authored an introduction for the respective collections with Professors G’sell and Ferey and, with the cooperation of Professor I. Puppe, has revised his keynote presentation at the Paris conference for inclusion in both collections, now entitled “Causation: Linguistic, Scientific, Philosophical, Legal and Economic.”