TU College of Law alumna Kelly Hunter Foster (JD ’96) comments on the current controversial sale of United States-based Smithfield Foods to Chinese-based Shuanghui. Hunter Foster is a member of The University of Tulsa College of Law’s Sustainable Energy Resources Law (SERL) Board of Visitors.
Publishers Weekly recently sat down with Professor Robert Spoo to talk about his new book, scheduled to be released in July:
ALA 2013: The Golden Age of Piracy: PW talks with Robert Spoo
Pilfered works, cheated authors, colluding publishers, quixotic lawsuits, and fiery copyright debate – does that story sound familiar?
By Andrew Richard Albanese
June 7, 2013
As a new copyright reform movement gains momentum, and international treaties propose to “normalize” copyright laws globally, it is amazing to see how history does repeat itself.
(Published in the Tulsa World, May 26, 2013)
Tensions between Texas and Oklahoma are a notch higher than the usual football rivalry these days. The cause: water rights and whether Texas should be able to access water from within Oklahoma’s borders.
Last month, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Tarrant Regional Water District v. Rudolf John Herrmann, et al, the Red River Compact case. A decision is expected by the end of June. If the justices side with Tarrant, both Oklahoma and Texas will win. If they side with Oklahoma, both sides – and many other parts of the nation – will lose.