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Published: February 1st, 2010

Category: News

Fletcher Baldwin
Emeritus Professor and past recipient of the Chesterfield Smith Professorship; Director of UF Center for International Financial Crimes Studies; Honorary Fellow, Society for Advanced Legal Studies, University of London

  • “Despite threats, search goes on” (Jan. 24, Bradenton Herald)
    Baldwin explained that legislation regarding online threats is long overdue. Fletcher Baldwin, a law professor at the University of Florida who specializes in cyber crime, said a law specifically dealing with online threats is long overdue. “We turned the corner long ago. You have to have different focus when dealing with online threats. Invasion of privacy is not the issue here. You put yourself out in the public arena and you threaten people’s lives. That’s not right,” he said.
Martin McMahon
Stephen C. O’Connell Chair
  • Presented a program on “Recent Income Tax Developments,” at the American Bar Association, Tax Section, Midyear Meeting, in San Antonio, Texas, on Jan. 23, jointly with Prof. Daniel Simmons, University of California at Davis, and Prof. Ira Shepard, University of Houston Law Center.
Juan Perea
Cone Wagner Nugent Johnson, Hazouri and Roth Professor
  • “Law professor: airport body scanners legal” (Jan. 14, The Independent Alligator)
    Perea said that if the government shows reason for conducting the full-body scanners, travelers won’t be able to refuse. If the government shows reason for conducting the full-body scans, travelers won’t be able to refuse, said Juan F. Perea, a law professor at the UF Levin College of Law. “It’s just something we need to get used to,” he said.
John Stinneford
Assistant Professor
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