Selected print and web media appearances. Cites in judicial opinions and write-ups of my work on academic blogs (Jotwell, Business Law Prof Blog, etc.) are linked on my CV.

Law & Urban Economics

San Francisco Chronicle, Emily Hoeven, California Is Cracking Down on NIMBY Cities. But When Will It Build Housing in Its Own Backyard?, May 6, 2023 (link)

Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, Emma Oxnevad, Still Here: Legal Panel Tackles Current, Future Remote Work Issues, September 2, 2021 (link)

American Lawyer, Dan Packel, Skepticism Remains Over Big Law’s Remote Work Flexibility, June 14, 2021 (link)

Transportation Law & Policy

Streetsblog USA, Gabriel Baumgaertner, Feds Take Baby Steps Towards Maybe, Possibly Improving the Car Safety Rating Program, May 25, 2023 (link)

Planetizen, Todd Litman, Transportation Agencies: Improve Your Models or Hire More Lawyers, April 26, 2023 (link)

Business Insider, Adam Rogers, The Wild Traffic Hack that Could Pave the Way for Self-Driving Cars, April 12, 2023 (link)

Vision Zero Network, Wins & Wrecks for Vision Zero: Who’s on the Right Track & Who’s Not in 2023?, January 19,  2023 (link) (quotes a publication of mine)

Treehugger, Lloyd Alter, Heavy Electric Pickups Are a Safety Concern, Says NTSB Head, January 13, 2023 (link) (quotes a publication of mine)

Streetsblog USA, Kea Wilson, Four Ways Automotive Regulators Could Save Pedestrian Lives, January 4, 2023 (link) (profile of a recent publication)

Treehugger, Lloyd Alter, The US Has a Pedestrian Safety Crisis Thanks to Bigger Vehicles, December 9, 2022 (link) (profile of a recent publication)

Planetizen, Michael Lewyn, A Legal Perspective on Transportation Safety, September 19, 2022 (link) (profile of a recent publication)

The New York Times, David Leonhardt, Race, Class, and Traffic Deaths, August 23, 2022 (link) (quotes a publication of mine)

Outside Magazine, Philip Kiefer, What Should Happen to Drivers Who Kill Cyclists?, August 17, 2022 (link)

Stacker, Nicole Caldwell, How Driving Is Subsidized in America, April 26, 2022 (link) (profile of a recent publication)

Santa Fe Reporter, William Melhado, Share the Road, January 19, 2022 (link) (quotes a publication of mine)

Reason, Christian Britschgi, A Fresh New Year Means Fresh New Restrictions on Gas-Powered Leaf Blowers, January 4, 2022 (link)

Wired, Adam Rogers, The Pandemic Might Have Redesigned Cities Forever, December 30, 2021 (link)

Slate, Henry Grabar, The American Addiction to Speeding, December 15, 2021 (link) (quotes a publication of mine)

Des Moines Register, William Morris, Families of Des Moines Police Officer, Floyd County Motorcyclist Lose Suits Blaming Intersections’ Design for Fatal Crashes, December 6, 2021 (link)

Corridor Business Journal, Noah Tong, UI Expert: ‘Hard to See the Downside’ in Potential Amtrak Route, November 29, 2021 (ungated link)

Corridor Business Journal, Noah Tong, Infrastructure Bill Reignites Talk of Amtrak Route Between Chicago, IC, Moline, November 29, 2021 (link) (ungated link)

Vox, Jerusalem Demsas, Democrats Have No Plan to Fight Housing Inflation, November 11, 2021 (link)

NPR Planet Money, Original Sign, September 22, 2021 (link) (I come on around the 13:30 mark)

San Francisco Chronicle, Rachel Swan, A Woman Is Suing S.F. for $50 Million Over a Parking Ticket, Saying Tire Chalk Is Unconstitutional, September 11, 2021 (link)

The Verge, Andrew J. Hawkins, The Pandemic Was the Bloodiest Year for Driving in Over a Decade, June 4, 2021 (link)

Streetsblog USA, Kea Wilson, Virginia Policy Could End Jaywalking Stops, January 4, 2021 (link)

Streetsblog USA, Eve Kessler, How Auto Insurers Subsidize Car Carnage, October 22, 2020 (link)

Bloomberg CityLab, David Zipper, How Cities Can Reclaim Their Streets From Trucks and SUVs, September 17, 2020 (link)

Bloomberg CityLab, Laura Bliss, A Bike Violation Brings on a Police Shooting of a Black Man, September 1, 2020 (link)

Bloomberg CityLab, Laura Bliss, Public Transit Faces Its Own Police Reckoning, June 26, 2020 (link)

Streetsblog NYC, Eve Kessler, ANALYSIS: Growing SUV Carnage Shows Need for Tougher Policies, June 4, 2020 (link)

Streetsblog NYC, Julianne Cuba & Dave Colon, The Coming Carmageddon: Will Our Leaders Solve NYC’s Transportation Problem?, May 15, 2020 (link)

The Verge, Andrew J. Hawkins, How the Novel Coronavirus Is Speeding the Scooter Apocalypse, May 13, 2020 (link)

The New York Times, Christina Goldbaum, She Ran Over and Killed 2 Children. Should She Have Had a Car?, February 10, 2020 (link)

Curbed, Alissa Walker, Car Ads are Bad for Our Cities, January 31, 2020 (link)

Yale Climate Connections, Brett Simpson, California Rolls Back a 1960s-Era Traffic Standard that Incentivizes Driving, January 22, 2020 (link)

Streetsblog Chicago, James Porter and John Greenfield, How the U.S. Legal System Supports Car-Dependence, and How We Can Change That, October 21, 2019 (link)

HuffPost, Michael Hobbes, Self-Driving Cars Are Still Years Away. That’s Probably a Good Thing., August 9, 2019 (link)

Curbed, Jeff Andrews, Cory Booker and Elizabeth Warren Want to Force Cities to Adopt YIMBY Policies. Can They?, July 22, 2019 (link)

Planetizen, James Brasuell, How the Law Enshrines Car Dependence, July 10, 2019 (link) (profile of a recent publication)

Streetsblog USA, Angie Schmitt, How Driving is Encouraged and Subsidized—By Law, March 6, 2019 (link) (profile of a recent publication)

Albany Times Union, David Lombardo, Court Ruling Opens Door to Lawsuits Over Unsafe Roads, June 13, 2018 (link)

Corporate Governance & Securities Regulation

The Verge, Elizabeth Lopatto, Was Elon’s Tesla Twitter Meltdown Illegal? An Investigation, May 1, 2020 (link)

CNBC, Todd Wasserman, Tesla Earnings Day: Elon Musk Is in the Driver’s Seat Steering the Company’s Path to Profits, July 24, 2019 (link)

The Wall Street Journal, Tim Higgins, Tesla Board Fails to Pass Supermajority Measure It Proposed Amid Call for More Oversight, June 11, 2019 (link) (discusses an analysis I performed)

The Verge, Sean O’Kane, What if Elon Musk’s $420 Dream Hadn’t Gone Up in Smoke, April 20, 2019 (link)

Agenda (a Financial Times publication), Jennifer Williams-Alvarez, Lavish Severance Amid ‘Credible’ Allegations?, February 25, 2019 (link)

Washington Post, Jena McGregor, Elon Musk, the Say-Anything CEO, December 13, 2018 (link)

Washington Post, Jena McGregor, The Skills Tesla’s New Chairman Will Need to Oversee Elon Musk, October 8, 2018 (link)

Washington Post, Jena McGregor, The Enormous Task Ahead for Tesla’s Board, August 17, 2018 (link)

The Verge, Elizabeth Lopatto, For Elon Musk, the Worst Part of a Publicly Traded Company Was the Public, August 8, 2018 (link)

The Verge, Andrew Hawkins, Here’s How Elon Musk Could Take Tesla Private, August 8, 2018 (link)

Washington Post, Jena McGregor, Tesla Faces Two Big Shareholder Votes Tuesday: One to Curb Musk’s Power, and Another Against Three Directors, June 4, 2018 (link)

Variety, Gene Maddaus, Can Leslie Moonves’ Audacious Strategy Swing the Votes in CBS’ Favor?, May 22, 2018 (link)

The Street, Ron Orol, How Elon Musk Controls Tesla with Only a Minority Ownership Stake, April 23, 2018 (link)

The Street, Ron Orol, Snap Holders Eye Lawsuits in IPO’s Wake, March 16, 2017 (link)

Financial Regulation

Law 360, Jacob Batchelor, Bharara’s No. 2 Takes Latest Spin Through Revolving Door, June 19, 2015 (link)

Law360, Evan Weinberger, New York’s Ocwen Deal Sets Tough Precedent for Regulators, December 22, 2014 (link)

Law360, Khadijah M. Britton, Argentina Defaults on Par Bonds, Risking Acceleration, October 31, 2014 (link)

Law360, Evan Weinberger, BofA’s $17B Payout a Big Number With Little Bite, August 21, 2014 (link)

Law360, Evan Weinberger, NY Payday Lender Crackdown May Be Tough Act to Follow, August 13, 2014 (link)

Yada Yada Law School; Miscellaneous

Reuters, Karen Sloan, Law Professors Mine ‘Succession’ for Legal Lessons, March 28, 2023 (link)

Findlaw, Greedy Associates, Want to Make a Difference? Go to Yada Yada Law School. Seriously., July 16, 2020 (link)

National Jurist, Janelle McPherson, “Seinfeld” Makes Great Lesson for Law Students, July 2, 2020 (link)

U2B Executive Business Education, Summer Law School: Upskill through Online Courses Based on Seinfeld and More (link)

The Daily Iowan, Ning Guo, UI Law Professor Establishes an Online Summer Law School Based on Seinfeld, June 17, 2020 (link)

UConn Today, Camille Chill, This Class is Real, and It’s Spectacular: UConn Professor Lectures on ‘Seinfeld’ in Unique Forum, June 2, 2020 (link)

Texas Lawyer, John Browning, Stir-Craziness During the Pandemic, June 1, 2020 (link), Karen Sloan, Ahead of the Curve: Here Come the Coronavirus Classes, May 19, 2020 (link), Karen Sloan, It’s Real and It’s Spectacular: A Free Summer Class on ‘Seinfeld’ and the Law, May 14, 2020 (link)

Boston Globe, Jazmine Ulloa & Syd Stone, After a Night of Delays, Iowa Democratic Party Chairman Releases Partial Caucus Results, Along with Apology, February 4, 2020 (link)