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David Kaye helped lead a Justice Department-funded study of fingerprint analysis and testimony in 2012 during the government’s largest post-conviction review of forensic evidence which has found widespread problems.
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International arbitration expert Catherine Rogers promotes international ethics and arbitration.
Penn State Law and Smeal Professors collaborate on book examining the key aspects of business sustainability.
Burke McLemore
R. Burke McLemore, Jr., a partner at Thomas, Thomas & Hafer LLP in Harrisburg, Pa., has been appointed Chair of the Disciplinary Board of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania. McLemore has served on the Board since 2009 and will hold the role of Chair through January of 2015.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) appointed David H. Kaye, Distinguished Professor of Law and Weiss Family Faculty Scholar, to its newly established Legal Resource Committee (LRC) of the Organization of Scientific Area Committees (OSAC).
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The U.S. Supreme Court ruled on June 30 that the owners of closely-held, profit-making corporations cannot be forced under the Affordable Care Act to provide their employees with certain kinds of contraceptives that offend their religious beliefs. Gender and family law scholar Dara Purvis breaks down the decision.
When a series of high-profile military sexual assault cases attracted national attention last year, Congress established a panel to conduct an independent review of Department of Defense systems used to investigate, prosecute, and adjudicate allegations of sexual assault in the military.

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