In an earlier post, I discussed a recent district court decision holding that the “patent dance” provisions of the Biologics Price Competition and Innovation Act are not mandatory. Yesterday, there was a new development in this case. The Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit entered an injunction pending appeal preventing Sandoz “from marketing, selling, offering for sale, or importing into the United States its FDA approved ZARXIO® biosimilar product.” The oral argument in Amgen v. Sandoz on appeal is scheduled to be held on June 3.
Issue 94/Vol. 50/No. 2
Law of Democracy
In this feature, Stanford Law faculty weigh in on important legal questions raised in this election year, such as redistricting, the Voting Rights Act, the disenfranchisement of disabled Americans, campaign communications post-Citizens United, and how to improve the actual voting experience.
Voting in America
Benjamin Ginsberg and Robert Bauer co-chaired the bipartisan Presidential Commission on Election Administration, an investigation into voting in the United States. In this Q&A, the commission’s senior research director, Professor Nathaniel Persily, JD ’98, discusses with them this year’s election and the key findings of the commission’s report.
Alumni and School News
Justice Cuéllar: At the California Supreme Court
Former Stanford Law Professor Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar (MA ’96, PhD ’01) addresses the importance of diversity in legal institutions and his role as the only Latino justice on the California Supreme Court.
Applying Design Thinking to Law
Stanford Law students in this practicum apply “design thinking” to develop solutions to privacy concerns with online consumer contracts.
Ailsa Chang: Reporting from Washington
Award-winning journalist Ailsa Chang, JD ’01, discusses her career as a political reporter for NPR.
Jonathan Schwartz: From DOJ to Napster to Univision
Univision’s Chief Legal and Corporate Affairs Officer Jonathan Schwartz, JD ’86, on his career in criminal justice and media
Bridging the Law Firm Gender Gap
Women make up close to 50 percent of law graduates in the U.S., yet only 18 percent are law firm equity partners. In this practicum, Stanford Law students explore ways to bridge the gender gap in law firms.
Hilary Tompkins: Representing America’s Lands, Waters, and Wildlife
Hilary Tompkins, JD ’96, GC at the U.S. Department of the Interior, reflects on her career choices and the role her Native American heritage has played in her life’s work.
Point of View
Adultery: Infidelity and the Law
An excerpt from Professor Deborah L. Rhode’s new book
The End of Sex?
A report on Professor Hank Greely’s (BA ’74) new scholarship on reproduction technologies and the accompanying legal and ethical complexities of those advances
Organizations and Transactions Clinic
A report on the Organizations and Transactions Clinic and its work demystifying corporate practice
Stanford Law School faculty awards and highlights
The Law School Class of 1952
This piece highlights two prominent members of the Class of 1952, former Supreme Court Chief Justice William Rehnquist and former Justice Sandra Day O’Connor.