Will a New Long-Term Stock Exchange Cure What Ails the Market?
A new Silicon Valley-based stock exchange seeks to fix problems in market through corporate governance reforms that will encourage companies and investors to focus on the long-term.
Why Investors Should Keep an Eye on the Oklahoma Opioid Trial Against Johnson & Johnson
The case, which is premised on a unproven legal theory, could impact the course of future opioid litigation.
Don't Overreact to the $2 Billion Punitive Damages Award Against Bayer
A judge is likely to find that the verdict against Bayer violates the U.S. Constitution's ban on excessive punitive damages.
The Supreme Court Rules That iPhone Users May Sue Apple for Antitrust Violations
The Court ruled that iPhone users who buy apps from the App Store are buying directly from Apple and can therefore bring an antitrust suit against the company.
Breaking the Curse of Bigness: Is the Supreme Court About to Undermine Tech Platforms?
The Supreme Court is considering whether iPhone users can bring an antitrust suit against Apple for excessive App Store fees. Does this case threaten the viability of tech platforms?