|1971 - Present||Professor Emeritus, University of Oklahoma College of Law|
|Present||Earl Sneed Centennial Professor of Law, University of Oklahoma College of Law|
Agricultural Biotechnology Law and Policy (55)
Regulatory Paradigms for Modern Breeding NABC Report (2015)
Modern breeding, based upon molecular biology using genetic information, has made rapid advances. Breeders using rDNA techniques properly can think of this technique as traditional biotechnology. Within the past ten years, breeders have begun to ...
Sustainability Council of New Zealand Trust v. The Environmental Protection Authority: Gene Editing Technologies and the Law GM Crops & Food: Biotechnology in Agriculture and the Food Chain (2015)
In May 2014, a New Zealand court rendered the first judicial opinion in the world about the legal classification of gene-editing techniques. The court ruled that ZFN-1 and TALEs are techniques of genetic modification and ...
European Decisions About the 'Whack-a-Mole' Game GM Crops and Food (2013)
This article reports on several court decisions in Europe that illustrate the seemingly unending delays and barriers, within the EU structure, for genetically-engineered crops. Like the fun-park children’s game—wherein each time the player whacks a ...