UNH Law Faculty News
Chuck Temple appeared in the NH Sunday News to discuss the implications of NH's new "jury nullification" law.
Buzz Scherr continues to promote the NHCLU's Voters' Rights App (created with the help of Eman Pahlevani JD'12) with interviews in the Portsmouth Herald, and the Concord Monitor, and an appearance on New Hampshire Public Radio.
John Greabe published a column in the Nashua Telegraph on "What the New Voter ID Law Means to You."
Visiting Professor Michael McCann has been in demand lately for his sports law commentary. The NFL referee lockout found him appearing in, among other places, the Christian Science Monitor, Slate.com, the Los Angeles Times, and on radio stations around the country, including NPR's Only a Game and Marketplace. He also appeared in the Chronicle of Higher Education to discuss the implications of the NCAA's actions against Penn State. In addition, he writes a regular column at Sports Illustrated.com.
Sophie Sparrow gave a presentation, based on her new book Assessment: A Comprehensive Guide for Law Schools, to the faculty of Loyola-Chicago at their Scholarship Works-in-Progress session.
Mary Wong participated in an invitation-only Trademarks Works in Progress Roundtable at American University's Washington College of Law. She presented her latest paper co-authored with Jacqui Lipton (U. of Houston Law Center) on "The Imperatives of Private Arbitration in International IP Disputes."
Margaret McCabe introduced USDA Deputy Secretary Kathleen Merrigan during a talk at UNH on the "Know Your Farmer, Know Your Food" initiative.
Bill Hennessey published "Deconstructing Shanzhai - China's Copycat Counterculture: Catch Me If You Can" in the Campbell Law Review.
Gordon Smith recently taught two seminars at the IP Academy of Singapore: "The Business of IP" and "The $ and Sense of IP."
Catherine McGovern gave a presentation on the treatment of the rights of publicity and privacy under New Hampshire law to the IP Section of the NH Bar Association.