Press Coverage Archives
2017 Press Coverage
April 10, 2017 | Pacific Standard
How can Seattle defend its driver unionization ordinance? Charlotte Garden offers her thoughts.
April 05, 2017 | Bloomberg BNA
Teamsters need driver lists in order to organize effectively, says Professor Charlotte Garden.
April 04, 2017 | Bloomberg
The court ruling could cause a loss in momentum for unionization efforts, says Professor Charlotte Garden.
Opinion analysis: Court unanimously adopts abuse-of-discretion review for district court decisions to enforce EEOC subpoenas
April 04, 2017 | SCOTUSblog
Professor Charlotte Garden analyzes the high court's opinion in McLane v. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
March 29, 2017 | The Seattle Times
Professor Charlotte Garden comments on the potential for driver unionization to spread to other cities.
March 23, 2017 | SOCTUSblog
Professor Charlotte Garden analyzes a Supreme Court cases about mailing judicial service documents.
March 17, 2017 | Policy and Regulatory Report
Antitrust expert Professor John Kirkwood comments on health insurers who encourage subscribers to use lower cost providers
March 17, 2017 | Bloomberg
Professor Charlotte Garden calls the ruling a victory for Seattle and the Teamsters.
March 15, 2017 | The Atlantic
Professor Charlotte Garden writes that the future of the American labor movement is at stake under Trump.
March 11, 2017 | The Wall Street Journal
Professor Charlotte Garden says the driver unionization effort could spread to other cities.
March 10, 2017 | Bloomberg
Professor Charlotte Garden comments on a lawyer rivalry in the class action case against Uber.
March 08, 2017 | Roll Call
Professor Andrew Siegel addresses constitutional questions surrounding the new health plan.
March 07, 2017 | The Seattle Times
Professor Won Kidane explains the challenges in taking a case to District Court.
March 07, 2017 | The Seattle Times
Professors Won Kidane and Andrew Siegel weigh in on President Trump's revised travel ban.
March 06, 2017 | Excited Utterance
Professor Anna Roberts explains her recent scholarship on this podcast.
March 05, 2017 | San Francisco Chronicle
Plaintiffs will challenge both versions of President Trump's travel ban if necessary, says Professor Robert Chang.
Trump's possible pick for FTC chair might have to recuse himself in cases involving Google, Facebook or Microsoft
March 03, 2017 | Recode
Professor John Kirkwood comments on conflicts when elected officials serve as FTC commissioners.
February 22, 2017 | KOMO News
Professor Sara Rankin says the mayor's action on homelessness is too little, too late. (Click "more video.")
February 21, 2017 | The Atlantic
Can workers be fired for participating in Day Without Immigrants? Professor Charlotte Garden explains.
February 21, 2017 | KING 5
Professor Won Kidane explains that President Trump isn't changing law, just enforcement.
February 20, 2017 | The Stranger
Our Korematsu Center filed an amicus brief on behalf of Karen Korematsu and other descendants.
February 20, 2017 | USA Today
Professor Robert Chang speculates on constitutional claims against Trump's new travel ban.
February 19, 2017 | Truthout
This opinion piece quotes Professor Tayyab Mahmud's paper, "Surplus Humanity."
February 17, 2017 | Axios
Professor John Kirkwood comments on the political leanings of a new FTC official.
February 14, 2017 | SCOTUSblog
Professor Charlotte Garden previews a labor law case pending at the U.S. Supreme Court.
February 13, 2017 | The Seattle Times
Professor Liz Ford says the Department of Labor nominee has no respect for labor standards.
February 13, 2017 | KNKX
Professor Won Kidane explains whether the U.S. Constitution applies to people who aren't citizens.
February 10, 2017 | MyNorthwest.com
Professor Andrew Siegel reflects on the legal issues at play in President Trump's executive order.
February 10, 2017 | KUOW
Professor John McKay offers ideas other than a travel ban to protect the United States from attack.
February 10, 2017 | Chronicle of Higher Education
Professor Dean Spade raises questions about how teachers respond to campus activism.
February 07, 2017 | KING 5
Professor Andrew Siegel helps analyze oral arguments in the state of Washington's case against President Trump.
February 06, 2017 | The O'Reilly Factor
Professor John McKay defends the integrity of the federal judge who ruled against President Trump.
February 05, 2017 | KING 5
Professor Won Kidane outlines the events in the lawsuit challenging President Trump's travel ban.
February 04, 2017 | Kitsap Sun
Professor Won Kidane explains that 'sanctuary city' is a political term with no legal basis.
February 02, 2017 | KNKX
Professor Won Kidane explains who is, and isn't, given sanctuary in a 'sanctuary city.'
February 01, 2017 | Bloomberg
Uber wants to settle drivers' claims for $7.75 million. Professor Charlotte Garden says that's way too little.
'We didn't sleep, we didn't eat': Families separated by Trump's immigration ban wait and hope at Sea-Tac airport
January 30, 2017 | The Seattle Times
Professor Michael Russo was one of several volunteer attorneys helping detainees at SeaTac Airport.
January 30, 2017 | Crosscut
Professor Won Kidane comments on a lawsuit filed by Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson against President Trump's Muslim ban.
January 30, 2017 | USA Today
Professor Robert Chang co-authors an editorial against federal registration of disparaging trademarks.
January 25, 2017 | Seattle Weekly
The editorial board cites our Homeless Rights Advocacy Project in calling for an end to encampment sweeps.
January 23, 2017 | KNKX
Professor Andrew Siegel explains separation of powers at the state level.
January 18, 2017 | KNKX
Professor Charlotte Garden says ride-share companies want driver unionization efforts to end in Seattle.
January 18, 2017 | Associated Press
Professor Dean Spade says Chelsea Manning is an "immensely important" figure for the trans movement.
January 09, 2017 | AlterNet
Professor Dean Spade offers thoughts on how activists can be effective under President Trump.
January 04, 2017 | In These Times
Professor Charlotte Garden comments on the case likely to challenge union fees at the U.S. Supreme Court.