‘Travel Ban’ History Lesson Prof. Kanstroom pens an op-ed for BC Law Magazine on constitutional rights v. presidential energy. A Question of Trustee Ethics Cathleen Kaveny speaks to the LA Times about the dean drug scandal at USC. Five Questions with Vlad Perju The BC Law professor sits down with Richard Albert and I-CONnect to debate his analysis. On Ending DACA Professor Hong writes an op ed for WBUR “Cognoscenti” and feedback to ABC, other media retailers on Trump’s choice to finish the program.

Election Integrity Robert Bloom is interviewed by CBS Boston on election processing lawsuits. ‘Gamestopper’ Brian Quinn is quoted within the Financial Times a couple of new court ruling’s potential impact on leveraged buyouts. Law Deans Speak Out Vincent Rougeau among the many 157 law deans who signal a statement decrying event on the Capitol. Professor Brian Quinn comments Law News on a recent court choice that may affect Private Equity firms’ practices of piling debt on struggling company offers in The New York Times. Shareholder Activism BC Law Professor Kent Greenfield discusses the rise in shareholder activism that’s reshaping world monetary markets in Roll Call.

Elizabeth Holmes Trial In Yahoo Finance, BC Law Professor Jeff Cohen discusses the questions that can resolve the destiny of Elizabeth Holmes’ felony fraud trial. US Tax Haven Ray Madoff feedback in CBS News on America’s wealthy taking benefit of trusts in avoiding tax and collectors because the nation is ranked the world’s second largest tax haven. Varsity Blues Convictions In the New York Times, Jeff Cohen discusses the weak links within the faculty admissions process as the primary defendents are charged. Kent Greenfield feedback in Newsweek on whether or not Justice Clarence Thomas has the potential to affect the now conservative majority Supreme Court. Musk’s Charitable Giving Professor Ray Madoff speaks with Reuters in regards to the likelihood of Elon Musk donating to minimize tax payments after selling $5.eight billion of Tesla stock.

Former President Donald Trump alleged in a lawsuit that Hillary Clinton and more than two dozen different defendants conspired before the 2016 election to tarnish his image. The iPhone maker said a judge was mistaken to discover out it had violated California law whereas additionally finding that the company’s practices had been for competitive reasons. Logo-footer logo-full logo-stanford-university brand menu-close menu Close IconIcon with an X to denote closing.

Protest Ban In CBS Boston, Robert Bloom discusses whether or not a proposed invoice that might ban protesting at properties of public officials violates democracy and free speech. Facebook and Section 230 Professor Daniel Lyons writes in the Washington Examiner about a new bill designed to alter social media companies’ business practices. Taking the Stand Jeffrey Cohen discusses in the New York Times what the decision of Elizabeth’s Holmes’ trial would mean on tech start-up culture. Theranos Consequences Jefferey Cohen is interviewed on CBC News on how Elizabeth’s Holmes’ trial verdict will impression the tech trade. Criminalization in Foreign Relations Professor Steven Koh explores the function of felony justice in overseas relations and his latest scholarship in Lawfare. Misguided Policy Prof Dan Lyons’ blog submit in AEI explores why America’s nuclear policies setback tech and local weather initiatives.

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