In the aftermath of the Supreme Court’s health care decision, many Chapman law professors have been quoted in the media. Professor Eastman appeared on National Public Radio on June 29, 2012 to discuss the decision, saying, “This was a sellout of monumental proportions for those that recognize that there are limits on the federal power
Professor Eastman will be discussing the constitutionality of the Obama Administration’s health-care reform initiatives at the Richard Nixon Presidential Library at 7PM on Wednesday, June 13. Professor Hewitt will be moderating the discussion between Professor Eastman and Erwin Chemerinsky, Dean of UCI. Click here for more information.
Professor Caso made a radio appearance on KPCC to discuss Obama’s Affordable Care Act. Listen to the radio appearance here. He was also quoted in an article entitled “The Orange County Register: Justice Kennedy drives debate on mandate” in the Orange County Register. Read the article here. Professor Rotunda published an op-ed entitled “Ronald Rotunda:
Professor Rotunda was quoted in an article entitled “Federal court says French must play by American rules” in LegalNewsline. Read about it here. Professor Eastman was quoted in an article entitled “Health care law brawl arrives at Supreme Court steps” on FoxNews.com. Read his remarks here. Professor Caso was quoted in a column entitled “Brian
Chapman, along with several other law schools, will be sponsoring a one-of-a kind moot court event. Two weeks before the U.S. Supreme Court hears oral arguments on the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act, The California Endowment and several law schools are bringing together a bipartisan mix of renowned legal minds and policy experts to
Professor Rotunda contributed a piece to the Washington Times entitled, “Kagan must recuse from Obamacare case – Legal ethics guru finds cause to doubt her independence.” In the article, Professor Rotunda asserts that “The government (after much prodding) has released emails that raise serious questions whether [Justice Kagan] in fact, expressed any opinion regarding the
Professor Ronald Rotunda contributed an article to Fox News that discusses the constitutionality of the healthcare reform laws passed under the Obama Administration. Professor Rotunda argues that in addition to the widely-discussed constitutional issues with the individual mandate requirement of ObamaCare, “Soon the other shoe is about to drop: another section actually limits the power
Professor Ronald D. Rotunda published an opinion article in the Orange County Register entitled “What can Congress make you do?” in which he questions the constitutionality of a new national health law that essentially “does not regulate any economic act; instead, it regulates inactivity.” Read about it here.
Professor Hewitt’s blog opinion was mentioned in an editorial in the Washington Examiner entitled, “No health care rationing? Even The New York Times sees it now UPDATED: Hewitt assesses.” The editorial indicates that “Hewitt sees three reasons why Obama will not cut his losses on Obamacare now.” The blog specifies the three reasons are Obama’s