University of Illinois College of Law
April 25, 2016

The story of Theranos—Billions of Dollars, Blood, and Mythical Beasts

Theranos built a business around diagnostic tests that used only a few drops of blood. Business was good:  the company was once valued at more than nine billion dollars. But in April 2016, Theranos announced that it was being investigated by criminal authorities and the Securities and Exchange Commission.

This is the story of Theranos, its CEO, and the legal background for these investigations. Billions of dollars, blood, and mythical beasts.  All are featured in this commentary by University of Illinois Professor of Law Verity Winship.


University of Illinois College of Law
April 18, 2016

Will CISA Work?

In this week's Legal Issues in the News, Jay Kesan, from the University of Illinois College of Law, takes a look at CISA, the Cyber Security Information Sharing Act.


University of Illinois College of Law
March 07, 2016

Indiana and Syrian Refugees

In this week's Legal Issues in the News, Sean Anderson of the University of Illinois College of Law follows up a commentary he wrote in November about governors rejecting refugees - this time in Indiana. 


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