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‘Middle Class’ Joe Biden Has a Corruption Problem – It Makes Him a Weak Candidate

In an op-ed for The Guardian, Professor Zephyr Teachout breaks down the key examples that might make it difficult for former Vice President Joe Biden to defeat President Trump in the 2020 election. Democrats are trying to choose a candidate to beat Donald Trump, the most corrupt president in history. Some think nominating Joe Biden, a moderate

Trade Deal: China to Increase Purchases of US Farm Products by $32 Billion

Adjunct Professor Matt Gold was featured on Fox News to discuss the recent United States trade deals and their impact on the market. The market loves the end of the uncertainty created by Trump’s constant threats to pull out of NAFTA. The market loves the end of the fear that the tariffs against China would increase.

Is a Supermarket Discount Coupon Worth Giving Away Your Privacy?

Professor Joel Reidenberg was quoted in a Los Angeles Times article discussing the Ralphs supermarket chain’s disclosure of its comprehensive customer data collection. Most large companies doing business in California are required by the state’s new privacy law to disclose what they know about customers and how that information is used. This resulted in fairly straightforward

Trump Can’t Stop John Bolton From Testifying

Professor Andrew Kent co-authored a piece for the Washington Post outlining how executive privilege can’t be used to block any possible testimony from John Bolton in the Senate impeachment trial. Bolton has given mixed signals about his willingness to testify. But if he wants to tell all, and the Senate wants to hear it, Trump

Trump Signed a “Phase One” Trade Deal with China. Here’s What’s in it — And What’s Not.

Adjunct Professor Matt Gold shared his expert opinion in an article for Vox on the newly signed “phase one” trade deal between the United States and China and whether or not it will be a success. After more than a year of negotiations, billions of dollars in tariffs, moments of intense escalation, and temporary detentes, the United States and China