Punishing words

John Stinnedford BY TROY HILLIER (2L) What is the phrase that best sums up Levin College of Law Assistant Professor John Stinneford’s scholarship? “Cruel and unusual.” Stinneford’s scholarship has centered largely on the cruel and unusual punishments clause of the

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Keeping trade secrets

Elizabeth Rowe Associate Professor of Law By LINDY MCCOLLUM-BROUNLEY What do the Coca-Cola formula, Google’s search engine algorithm, and Kentucky Fried Chicken’s Original Recipe have in common? All are highly guarded trade secrets — confidential, mission-critical business information that gives

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Winter 2010 Media Hits

“It bodes poorly for defendants who are facing sentencing in these cases…Because of the economic turmoil and the number of these cases, a lot of judges are sending the same kind of messages, which is how unacceptable and awful and

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