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"One of Big Tech’s Biggest Critics Is Now Its Regulator"

June 16, 2021

William E. Kovacic is quoted in The New York Times about how the bold vision of new FTC Chair Lina Khan may transform the agency.

"Opinion: Why a Crash in Meme Stocks AMC and GameStop Looks More Likely Now"

June 16, 2021

Lawrence A. Cunningham writes in MarketWatch that research suggests insider sales of meme stocks could signal a crash in their share price.

"As Philly Tops Two Dozen Exonerations, City May Face Tens of Millions in Civil Liability"

June 13, 2021
Jeffrey S. Gutman is quoted in The Philadelphia Inquirer about the cost of wrongful convictions and the courts' role in compensating exonerees.

"Supreme Court Confounding Its Partisan Critics"

June 12, 2021

Jonathan Turley writes in The Hill about how recent unanimous, non-ideological rulings by SCOTUS have disappointed some critics.

"Opinion: Memo to Company Directors: Deliver for Shareholders or Face Consequences"

June 10, 2021
Lawrence A. Cunningham writes in MarketWatch about a vote by Exxon-Mobil shareholders to replace three board members with activists.

"America: Let’s Not Pat Ourselves on the Back Quite Yet"

June 10, 2021

Jessica Tillipman writes in the FCPA Blog that much work still needs to be done in the U.S. to combat domestic ethics and corruption issues.

"Covid Shot Injury Payments Path Would Ease Under House Bill"

June 10, 2021

Renée Gentry is quoted by Bloomberg Law about legislation that would allow Covid shots to be covered under an old compensation program.

"AG Garland Resurrects the Ghost of Bill Barr — Without the Outrage"

June 09, 2021
Jonathan Turley writes in The Hill about the lack of media criticism for AG Garland's similar legal positions to those of former AG Barr.

"Why Do We Need a Filibuster Rule? Just Look at Today's Political Divisions"

June 05, 2021

Jonathan Turley writes in The Hill that current political divisions make this a most compelling time for a filibuster rule.

"Warnings And Guideposts From EU Sanctions Blocking Case"

June 04, 2021
F. Scott Kieff co-writes in Law360 about implications for a case involving a small amount of money and the EU's sanctions blocking statute.

"Why AMC Is Luring Rabid Investors With Free Popcorn"

June 03, 2021

Lawrence A. Cunningham's work is cited in CNN Business about how AMC is giving free popcorn to its shareholders who visit its theaters.

"Opinion: Celebrities and Social Media Influencers Touting Crypto and SPACs Are Not Automatic ‘Likes’"

June 02, 2021

Lawrence A. Cunningham writes in MarketWatch that investors should be wary of endorsements for popular investments from celebrities.

"Michael Flynn's Coup Talk Makes Him the Poster Boy for an Addiction to Rage"

June 01, 2021

Jonathan Turley writes in USA Today about the harm done by Flynn's suggestion of a military coup in the United States.

"Biden and Bowser Administrations Change Their Tunes on Last Summer's Riot Response"

June 01, 2021

Jonathan Turley writes in The Hill about DC Mayor Muriel Bowser's request to discuss the lawsuit by protesters in Lafayette Park.

"Florida Protected OB-GYNS From Paying for Their Mistakes. They Handed Taxpayers the Tab"

June 01, 2021

Sara Rosenbaum is quoted in the Miami Herald about Medicaid's role as a "payer of last resort" for birth-related injuries.

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