Cardozo News Brief: Feb. 14, 2020

Campus News

Professor Kate Levine Talks to The New York Times about New Criminal Justice Laws

Professor Kate Levine spoke to The New York Times about the new criminal justice laws. She said, “Prosecutors can still seek protective orders. There’s no change to how or whether prosecutors can seek a protective order for one of their witnesses.”

Emeritus Professor Paris Baldacci Comments on Housing Rights Case in The New York Times

A home health aide who lived with and cared for her employer for many years won the right to the rent-controlled apartment where her employer had lived. Professor Emeritus Paris R. Baldacci told The New York Times, “Ms. De La O’s case benefited from an open-minded judge and the sheer volume of evidence that the women’s lives had become interwoven.”

Fashion CEO Uri Minkoff Talks about Business and Style

Uri Minkoff, CEO and co-founder of fashion brand Rebecca Minkoff, spoke to the Cardozo community in a discussion moderated by Ava Farshidi, General Counsel at David Yurman. The conversation focused on his family business dynamic, and the inspiration behind the company’s initiatives and the future of the industry.

Professor Sam Weinstein Comments on Sprint/T-Mobile Merger in the Associated Press

After a federal judge cleared the way for the Sprint/T-Mobile merger to proceed, Professor Sam Weinstein told the Associated Press, “I’d be surprised in this case if consumers get anything out of it.”

ADR Team Makes the Eighth Finals at ICC International Mediation Competition

Cardozo’s ADR Competition Honor Society team made it through the eighth finals at the ICC International Mediation Competition in Paris, which included 66 teams representing 33 countries.”

Talks and Writing