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Professor Andrew Kent on Class-Action Coronavirus Lawsuits

Professor Andrew Kent shared his expert opinion with the New York Post on New Yorkers filing class-action coronavirus lawsuits against China. Guasto is now one of 15,000 plaintiffs suing the Chinese government and the Chinese Communist Party in a Florida federal court for wrongful death. The complaint accuses them of “intentional, deliberate and reckless cover-up” of

Covid-19 Is Destroying the Myth of American Exceptionalism

Professor Karen Greenberg, director of the Center on National Security, wrote an op-ed that ran in The Nation and TomDispatch on the country’s response to COVID-19 and how it destroyed the myth of American Exceptionalism. In many ways, the current crisis has, of course, just exposed conditions that should have been attended to long ago. Much

‘Find a Footing in This New World’

Dean Matthew Diller‘s opening address for Fordham Law’s Virtual Diploma Ceremony was published in New York Law Journal. Despite these extremely difficult and challenging circumstances, it is important that we take the time to celebrate your achievements and your accomplishments—everything that you have done at Fordham Law School that has led you to this moment.

NY1 Covers Fordham Law Virtual Diploma Ceremony

NY1 highlighted the Virtual Diploma Ceremony in its “Around the Boroughs” news segment. The feature included clips of a video montage by Fordham Law faculty.

Brad Butwin ’85 Reelected to Lead O’Melveny as Chairman Through 2025

Brad Butwin ’85 has been reelected as chairman of O’Melveny & Myers through 2025. This term will be Butwin’s third term as chairman. The firm announced Butwin’s reelection on Thursday. His new term will last until 2025. The New York-based attorney first took the helm of the firm in 2012, after serving as chairman of