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Cushman on Economic Crisis & American Constitutional Law

Barry Cushman (Notre Dame Law School) has posted The Place of Economic Crisis in American Constitutional Law: The Great Depression As a Case Study (Forthcoming, Liberal Constitutions in Financial Crises, Tom Ginsburg, Mark Rosen, & Georg Vanberg, eds., Cambridge University Press, 2019)  … Continue reading

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Banking Crisis, State Aids and Commission Guidance

As we announced a few days ago, the Commission has now issued its new guidance on how governments of member States can spend vast sums to try to save all those bankrupt banks in the EU. And get away with… … Continue reading

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The Opioid Crisis: What is the Government Doing About It? Part 2 – Improvements with Data Reporting, Collection and Analysis

This blog series is devoted to better understanding the efforts our Federal government is undertaking to combat the opioid epidemic in America. Earlier this year, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced a five-part strategy that will be … Continue reading

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Law and Liberty's Symposium on the Crisis in the Catholic Church

From the Law & Liberty blog: … we have put together a symposium by Paul Seaton, Richard Garnett, and Ed Condon to think about the legal, institutional, and reform issues the Catholic Church’s… [[ This is a content summary only. … Continue reading

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Crisis and Consequences: The Policymakers Saved the Financial System. And America Never Forgave Them.

Ben Bernanke, Hank Paulson and Tim Geithner rescued the country from disaster, but their success had an unexpected price. Read more detail on Recent Business Law posts –

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