Thursday, April 02, 2015

          Thinkers & Doers: April 02, 2015

          UC Hastings community members in the news and making moves March 28, 2015 - April 2, 2015.

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          Lynne Hermle '81 successfully represented Kleiner Perkins in its defense against allegations of gender bias from Ellen Pao.

          Media Roundup

          Professor Hadar Aviram appeared on KTVU News to discuss the recent indictment of federal agents in the Silk Road case. Federal agents in 'Silk Road' investigation charged. 

          Professor Rory Little was quoted in an article about the Moonlight fire case, which has been litigated since 2008 amidst claims and counterclaims of fraud and misconduct by both sides. Still Smoldering. 

          Lynne Hermle ’81, a partner at Orrick, successfully represented Kleiner Perkins in Ellen Pao’s lawsuit against the company. She was interviewed post-verdict by several outlets. 

          Professor Joan Williams provided commentary to various outlets on the outcome of the Ellen Pao case and its impact on Silicon Valley companies, and also continued to make news for the “Double Jeopardy” study.

          The Center for WorkLife Law’s “Double Jeopardy?” study was cited in an article about the outcome of the Ellen Pao case. Why the Ellen Pao Trial Matters. 

          Professor Robin Feldman was mentioned in a post on www.writtendescription.com, a blog that discusses recent news and scholarship in patent and IP law. Patents and Antitrust: Hovenkamp on the Rule of Reason and the Scope of the Patent. 

          Professor Joel Paul will deliver a talk on “Trading Up: How to Make Globalization Work for People” as part of the UC Hastings Social Justice Speaker Series at UC Santa Cruz on May 14. Social Justice Speaker Series.

          2L Kevin Ashe has become a member of the Energy Bar Association. Energy Bar Association Announces 48 New Members. 

          Tom Gede ’81, Vice Chair of UC Hastings’ Board of Directors and a partner at Morgan Lewis, recently spoke at a conference about “Guiding Indian Law” that was hosted by the Indigenous Law & Policy Center at Michigan State University College of Law.

          Hugo Loza ’79 has been appointed by Governor Brown to a judgeship on the Tulare County Superior Court. Governor Brown Appoints Hugo J. Loza to Tulare County Superior Court. 

          Laura Sullivan ‘91 has been named Vice President of Operations of NVISION Laser Eye Centers. NVISION Laser Eye Centers Hires New VP of Operations.

          Frank Splendorio ‘10 has joined Archer Norris as a litigation associate in the firm’s Walnut Creek, CA office. Archer Norris Adds Three Lawyers to Expand Core Litigation Practice. 

          Stephen Tabor ‘71, who spent many years in private practice in Los Angeles and San Francisco and served as a judge in LA prior to his retirement in South Carolina, died on March 27. 

          Thomas “Tom” Marovich ’67, a former Tuolumne County district attorney, died on March 28. ‘Honorable’ Former DA Dies After Cancer Battle. 

          Marianna Klebanov ’96 has written an article about negative parenting for www.healthnewsdigest.com. Ten Serious Effects of Negative Parenting—and the Science Behind Them. 

          UC Hastings was noted for its plans to build a new academic building and residential hall in an article about new construction in the Tenderloin district. Your Tenderloin Residential Real Estate Update.

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