Lawrence A. Cunningham writes in MarketWatch that corporations benefit from attracting quality shareholders who support long-term thinking.
Jonathan Turley is quoted in USA Today about how AG Barr has not shaped his views to suit the whims of President Trump.
Richard J. Pierce, Jr. is quoted by Bloomberg Law about how DOL will require administrative judges to report on time taken to reach decisions.
Jonathan Turley discussed on NPR's "Morning Edition" the judicial philosophy of Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett.
Jonathan Turley writes in The Hill that Democrats used Judge Barrett's confirmation hearing as a springboard for the coming election.
"$2.5 Trillion and Counting: How to Reduce Risks of Corruption, Fraud, and Mismanagement in U.S. Covid Stimulus Programs"
Jessica Tillipman writes in the FCPA Blog that transparency and oversight are essential to ensure the appropriate allocation of COVID-19 funds.
"Opinion: Here’s Evidence That Putting Customers and Employees First Turns Out to Be Profitable for a Company’s Stockholders Too"
Lawrence A. Cunningham writes in MarketWatch that profits for shareholders are increased by prioritizing customers and employees.
Jonathan Turley writes in USA Today that Democrats may vote against Judge Barrett based on her views of the Affordable Care Act.
Dmitry Karshtedt is quoted in The National Law Journal on what happens next after SCOTUS granted cert in USPTO appointments clause cases.
Jonathan Turley writes in The Hill that Judge Barrett should refuse to answer how she would rule on specific cases such as Roe v. Wade.
"Amy Barrett's Law Review Articles Show How Supreme Court Rulings Like Roe v. Wade Could Be Challenged"
Jonathan Turley is quoted in USA Today about how Judge Barrett may rule on Roe v. Wade if confirmed to the Supreme Court.
William E. Kovacic is quoted in The Washington Post about how the DOJ is facing pressure to clamp down on big tech after past stumbles.