James Copland and Ted Frank, discuss the significance of the Supreme Court's recent ruling in Comcast v. Behrend and its potential impact on class action litigation.
Jim Copland and Hester Pierce, senior fellow at the Mercatus Center, discuss her recent book co-authored with James Broughel, Dodd-Frank: What It Does and Why It Is Flawed.
Nicholas Q. Rosenkranz, discusses the topic of his forthcoming book, the subjects and objects of the Constitution and their role in constitutional interpretation, with Jim Copland.
James Copland and Adam Freedman, author of "The Naked Constitution", discuss the Supreme Court's ruling on the 5th amendment
takings case, Arkansas Game and Fish v. United States.
James Copland and Adam Freedman, author of "The Naked Constitution," discuss oral arguments from the recent Supreme Court hearing of Fisher v. University of Texas.
James Copland and Collin Levy, senior editorial page writer at the Wall Street Journal, discuss findings from
"Proxy Monitor 2012: A Report on Corporate Governance and Shareholder Activism."
Isaac Gorodetski, project manager of the Manhattan Institute's Center for Legal Policy interviews the Center's director, James Copland, about his latest Proxy Monitor report and shareholder activism trends from
the 2012 proxy season.
Michael Rosman of the Center for Individual Rights discusses the outcome of the Obamacare decision.
Nadine Strossen, Professor of Law at New York Law School, discusses nuances of the Obamacare decision with Jim Copland.
Ilya Shapiro, Senior Fellow in Constitutional Studies at the CATO Institute, discusses the Arizona v. United States decision with Jim Copland.
Adam Freedman, author of "The Naked Constitution," discusses the outcome of Arizona v. United States with James Copland.
James Copland and Ted Frank discuss the John Edwards trial and the potential overcriminalization and regulatory overreach involved.
Ken Klukowski, fellow and senior legal analyst with the American Civil Rights Union and legal contributor to
Breitbart News discusses the Supreme Court case Arizona v. U.S. with James Copland and predicts how the justices will rule on the contested provisions in Arizona's immigration law.
Ilya Shapiro, senior fellow, Cato Institute
discusses with James Copland the U.S. government's challenge of Arizona's immigration laws.
James Copland and Michael Rosman, general counsel of the Center for Individual Rights, break down the Commerce Clause and Necessary and Proper arguments invoked in the oral arguments challenging
Obamacare's individual mandate before the Supreme Court.
James Copland and Nadine Strossen,
professor of law at New York Law School, discuss the past week's oral arguments on Obamacare's individual mandate in front of the Supreme Court.
Penny Venetis, clinical professor of law and co-director of the Constitutional Litigation Clinic at Rutgers School of Law in Newark, and James Copland discuss the Alien Tort Statute and
the Kiobel v. Royal Dutch Petroleum case.
Andrew Grossman, visiting legal fellow in The Heritage Foundation's Center for Legal and Judicial Studies and litigator at Baker & Hostetler, and James Copland discuss the Alien Tort Statute and the
Kiobel v. Royal Dutch Petroleum case.
Feinberg, administrator of the 9/11 and BP Deepwater Victim Compensation Funds, and James Copland discuss mass injuries
and alternative dispute resolution in America.
Andrew Wise, leading D.C. defense attorney
at Miller Chevalier and James Copland, director of the Center for Legal Policy at the Manhattan Institute, discuss the 'Honest Services' Fraud
Statute and Wise's defense of Kevin Ring, a former lobbyist who was involved in the Jack Ambramoff Indian lobbying scandal.
James Copland and Timothy O'Toole,
criminal defense attorney with Miller Chevalier and NACDL Board Member, discuss overcriminalization at federal and state levels.
PROXY MONITOR 2011: James Copland
speaks with Harvey Pitt, former chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, about shareholder proposal trends over the last four years
Howard Husock interviews James Copland about his fourth New Finding from the ProxyMonitor.org database. In this fourth New Finding, Copland discovers
labor unions are targeting their shareholder proposal efforts over non-traditional industries like retail and financial services industries.
Howard Husock interviews James Copland about his New Findings from the ProxyMonitor database. In the third of his New Findings, Copland reveals
that labor unions and individual activists are making serious efforts to alter the corporate governance structure of corporations. He discusses how labor
unions in particular are looking to separate the role of chairman and CEO, supporting proposals for chairman independence.
Howard Husock interviews James Copland about his New Findings from the ProxyMonitor database. In this New Finding, Copland reveals that
shareholders are making major efforts for corporations to disclose their political campaign contributions even though under Citizens United, the Supreme
Court ruled corporate political expenditures are speech protected by the First Amendment.