Scholars debate amending bankruptcy law to benefit consumers.
Scholar claims that the SEC’s 2022 whistleblower report to Congress was the least transparent in history.
Scholars discuss the promises and pitfalls of corporate lawyers’ gatekeeping function.
The Supreme Court should uphold longstanding legislation protecting the neutrality of administrative law judges.
An upcoming Supreme Court case highlights why businesses and individuals favor for-cause protection for administrative law judges.
Increased regulatory discretion can improve outcomes for entrepreneurs and enhance the impact of stakeholder activists.
Private equity firms buy homes in droves but diminish homeownership opportunities for families in the process.
Scholar recommends implementing ESG standards to fight climate change and avoid criminal charges.
Attempts to eliminate junk fees may harm rather than help both consumers and businesses.
New agency aims to implement a more impactful approach to reducing regulatory costs.
Scholars predict that expanding security review procedures could affect how American companies do business.
Retirement policy must evolve to account for participant preferences.