"I always marveled at the respect she engendered amongst our decanal colleagues," said Jim Rosenblatt, dean emeritus and professor of law of Mississippi College School of Law in Jackson. "At our deans meetings where Dean Epps spoke, people listened. Her comments were always insightful, helpful, and thought-provoking."
Epps joined Temple's faculty more than 30 years ago; she was dean of Temple University's Beasley School of Law from July 1, 2008, to June 30, 2016, when she left to serve as executive vice president and provost of Temple University from July 2016 until August, when she became Temple's senior adviser to the president.
Counsel for the plaintiff, Gwendolyn R. Acker Wood of Acker Wood Intellectual Property Law, said it is "extremely difficult to prosecute a copyright infringement case and to prevail because the case law and the statutes are so rigid, or antiquated, and give very little recourse to people who want to protect their creation."
'Hide-the-Ball Exercise': Judge Rejects Washington Commanders' Argument That E-Tickets Bound Plaintiffs to Arbitration
"It is far from clear that the expectations for receiving and reviewing specific contract terms associated with cruise ship tickets, which are for a multi-day journey on an ocean-going vessel into international waters with overnight lodging, are necessarily applicable to tickets to attend a three-hour sporting event," wrote the court, clearing the way for a lawsuit by a group of NFL fans who fell from an elevated surface at FedEx Field.