Large for-profit corporations are necessary in modern American society. They employ large numbers of people. They produce goods and services with cost-reducing efficiencies that are not achievable by individuals or
Author: Alexander Schmidt
SPIRIT OF THE LAW: Have Google, Apple, McDonald’s, Disney and Others Illegally Suppressed Workers’ Wages?
Yes, appears to be the answer judging from recent legal settlements.
The philosophical “Idea of Progress” holds that progress is inevitable. Critics of the theory maintain that advances in technology and historical changes in forms of government have not always resulted
Federal courts are divided over whether a police officer or government official can be sued for arresting someone merely for exercising their right to free speech. Several courts have created a
The answer to the above headline is “Maybe.” The Constitution grants every American a right to sue in court. The Supreme Court long ago held, in fact, that the right
The Supreme Court as expected did not indicate which way it will come out when it heard oral arguments on October 2 in the most important case of the year
On Monday, the United States Supreme Court will hear the most important case of the year for non-unionized workers when it considers the National Labor Relations Board’s ban against employers
The most important lawsuit of the year for workers will be the very first case the United States Supreme Court hears when it opens its 2018 term on October 2. At
My earlier columns (August 1 and 14, 2017) argued that we can reduce corporate greed to societally-optimal levels by amending laws that govern corporate behavior. Rethinking corporate managers’ fiduciary duty to