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Miami Law in the News Week Ending August 19, 2016
Friday, August 19, 2016

Wired interviewed Scott Sundby on whether Donald Trump's insinuation that his followers take up arms against Hillary Clinton or her nominees to the Supreme Court is a chargeable offense.

Univision Noticias interviewed David Abraham...

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Miami Law in the News Week Ending August 12, 2016
Friday, August 12, 2016

NPR’s Here and Now featured a five-minute interview with Scott Sundby regarding Donald Trump’s remark about Second Amendment advocates stopping Hillary Clinton.

The Christian Science Monitor quoted Jan Paulsson on issues surrounding...

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Miami Law in the News Week Ending August 5, 2016
Friday, August 5, 2016

The Daily Business Review quoted Marike Paulsson on the Panama Canal dispute in international arbitration in Miami.

The Associated Press quoted Mary Anne Franks in a story about a Florida deputy successfully using a Stand Your Ground...

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SOURCE ALERT: Marike Paulsson Interprets Pemex Decision
Wednesday, August 3, 2016

Yesterday, a U.S. court upheld a $406 million award to a U.S. company against a Mexican owned company. The case arose out of a dispute over oil platforms to be built in the Gulf of Mexico by Commisa, a Mexican subsidiary of a U.S....

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Miami Law in the News Week Ending July 29, 2016
Friday, July 29, 2016

The New York Times publishes comments from Mary Anne Franks on a case where a Florida deputy sheriff successfully claims Stand Your Ground in the killing of a man carrying an air rifle.

The Week quotes Mary Anne Franks in a story...

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SOURCE ALERT: Sandra Friedrich Explains the Panama Canal Dispute
Tuesday, July 26, 2016

The first claim in the multi-billion dollar Panama Canal dispute between an international consortium of construction companies, Grupo Unidos por el Canal composed of Spain-based Sacyr Vallehermoso, Italy-based Salini-Impregilo, Belgium-...

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Miami Law in the News Week Ending July 22, 2016
Monday, July 25, 2016

The Washington Post quotes Mary Anne Franks on the banning by Twitter of conservative writer Milo Yiannopoulos.

Inquirer.com mentioned Bernard Oxman and his role representing The Philippines v. China in the international arbitration...

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Miami Law in the News Week Ending July 15, 2016
Monday, July 18, 2016

The Philippines Star, PhilStar, and Thai Business News mentioned Bernard Oxman, as counsel to The Philippines over maritime rights in the South China Sea arbitration.

Law 360 quotes Marike Paulsson on the South China Sea decision....

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SOURCE ALERT: UM Law Professor Discusses Police Killings in Baton Rouge and Dallas
Monday, July 18, 2016

This past weekend saw the second incident in less than two weeks of killings of police by African-American men. Both Gavin Long, 29, the alleged shooter of three Baton Rouge police officers, and Micah Johnson, 25, who allegedly killed...

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SOURCE ALERT: UM Law Professor Speaks Out on Killings of African-Americans by Law Enforcement
Tuesday, July 12, 2016

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The United States has experienced a rash of tragic killings of African-Americans by police over the past several years. Two incidents have occurred in the past 24 hours and were captured on cell...

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