Law school professors Strassfeld, Wagner get published, make presentations

Law professor Robert Strassfeld, along with Douglas E. Ray and Calvin William Sharpe, recently published the book Understanding Labor Law. Additionally, his article “Responses to Ten Questions” appears in the Journal of the National Security Forum, a special issue of the William Mitchell Law Review, and he and Cheryl Ough wrote the foreword of Case Western Reserve University Journal of International Law, “Somebody’s Watching Me: Surveillance and Privacy in an Age of National Insecurity.”

Additionally, he served as a moderated a panel at the law school on “Ethical, Legal and Professional Obligations of Lawyers Serving in the Military, Divided Loyalties Symposium” and as a panelist on “Recent Developments in Labor and Employment Law” at the National Labor Relations Board Region 8 Seminar.

Visiting professor Robert Wagner presented “From Coase with Love: Using the Cheapest Cost Avoider to Analyze Industrial Espionage and Other Economic Crimes” at the Law & Society Association Annual Meeting in San Francisco in June.