Recently, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals handed a big win to
pharmaceutical companies to market their drugs for off-label uses.
Cheryl Hanna says the case might have
implications for Vermont’s ability to regulate corporations.
Usually, "a hill of beans"
means very little. But last week, the United States Supreme
Court heard a case that could attach a pretty heft price tag to that
hill of beans – soy beans, that is. Cheryl Hanna explains.
The Vermont Legislature is currently debating whether to repeal a law that has allowed parents to skip vaccinating their children. Commentator and Vermont Law School professor Cheryl Hanna discusses how this debate is part of a much larger national conversation.
With the holiday season now underway, cities and towns all over Vermont and elsewhere are putting up holiday displays to commemorate the season. Commentator and Vermont Law School Professor Cheryl Hanna has been thinking about whether – or not – these displays are legal.
Recently, the United States Supreme Court agreed to hear a case asking
whether corporations can be held liable for human rights abuses.
Commentator and Vermont Law School professor explains the case and asks
whether the concept of corporations as "persons" may have some
Last week, the trial between Entergy and the state of Vermont
over the future of Vermont Yankee came to a close. As we await that
ruling, Vermont Law School Professor and commentator Cheryl Hanna shares
some of her thoughts about the case.
If you’re looking for some summer reading that might change how you see
yourself and your world, commentator and Vermont Law School professor
Cheryl Hanna has a recommendation that might be of particular interest.
Earlier this week, the United States Supreme Court struck down a
California law that restricted the sale of violent video games to
minors. Commentator and Vermont Law School professor Cheryl Hanna
reviews the case and its similarities to a Vermont law.