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Thrown Out of Court

Thrown Out of Court
Two recent U.S. Supreme Court rulings—AT&T Mobility v. Concepcion andAmerican Express v. Italian Colors—have deeply undercut these centuries-old public rights, by empowering businesses to avoid any threat of private lawsuits or class actions. The decisions culminate a thirty-year trend during which the judiciary, including ... Read more

Courts should curb executive pay

Delaware Chancery set an example by allowing claim that Citigroup CEO?s huge severance was a waste of assets. Daniel J. Morrissey The National Law Journal, August 15, 2011   Gonzaga University School of Law’s Daniel Morrissey Social critics have long pointed out that corporate boards routinely sign ... Read more