Yesterday’s Supreme Court decision in the Limelight
Networks v. Akamai Technologies case states criminal law should not
bear much weight in how third-party infringement of property rights
cases are decided, according to a University at Buffalo Law School
professor and expert on cyberspace legal issues.
When the U.S. Supreme Court delivers its much-anticipated
decision on whether to maintain buffer zones around reproductive
clinics, University at Buffalo law professor Lucinda Finley will be
in a unique position to interpret how it will change the ongoing
debate and landscape on reproductive rights for women.
The continuing problem of lead in Western New York homes –
a toxin that has been shown to cause developmental impairment in
children and health problems in adults – will be the focus of
a major conference Friday, April 11, at the University at Buffalo
BUFFALO, N.Y. — A joint study by researchers at the
University of California, San Diego, the University at Buffalo, and
the University of Toronto has found that a computer–vision
system can distinguish between real or faked expressions of pain
more accurately than can humans.
BUFFALO, N.Y. – Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s proposal to
grant college degrees to prisoners behind bars is a good bet to
break the cycle of a broken system with out-of-control costs and
far- too-many repeat offenders, says Teresa A. Miller, a professor
in the University at Buffalo Law School.
By winning the Midwest Super Regional Round of the Phillip C.
Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition, the University at
Buffalo Law School has advanced to the International Round of the
renowned global competition, to be held April 6-12 in Washington,
A University at Buffalo team won second place and another UB
team was awarded Best Respondent Brief when the UB Law School sent
10 2L and 3L students to compete in the Northeast Regional Round of
the national Frederick Douglass Moot Court Competition (FDMCC) Jan.
22-26 in Albany.
BUFFALO, N.Y. – The current U.S. Supreme Court debate over
whether to maintain buffer zones restricting protestors at
Massachusetts reproductive clinics returns to familiar
constitutional territory justices already have ruled on, University
at Buffalo Law School faculty member Lucinda Finley says.
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