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The New York Times published a letter from Professor Jeff Sovern recently on debt collection and arbitration.
A recent federal court decision could bolster the Washington Redskins’ legal case to keep the registered trademarks to their name. Professor Jeremy Sheff, director of the St. John's Intellectual Property Law Center, weighs in on the implications of the ruling, which struck down part of a law that let the government reject trademarks it deemed offensive or disparaging to others.
Members of the St. John’s community attended a research presentation by SJU doctoral candidate in school psychology, Carly Mayer, entitled, “The Science and Practice of Pet Therapy.”
May you and your family experience the joy and hope of the Christmas Season.
Catholic Migration Services is a not-for-profit corporation that provides critical legal services and programs to immigrants in Brooklyn and Queens.
Six St. John’s University alumni served on the production team of one prime-time television variety series on NBC-TV this fall.
Holiday spirit glowed throughout St. John’s Queens campus during the University’s 25th annual Winter Carnival, a joyful conclusion to the fall semester.
Reflecting St. John’s University’s focus on excellence in research, faculty and administrators received 86 competitive grants for fiscal year 2015, totaling over $10.6 million.
For the past 14 years, John Conry ’96P, ’98Pharm.D. has incorporated St. John’s Vincentian mission into his partnership with Project Renewal NYC, a non-profit organization that works to rebuild the lives of the homeless community.