Professor Rotunda on FCPA and protecting investors – Legal Newsline Professor Caso comments on the key legal difference between mortgage loans and ordinary securities – Thomson Reuters News & Insight John Eastman on immigration and the U.S. Constitution –New York Times Professor Eggert on eminent domain and the foreclosure crisis – Los Angeles Times
Professor Caso published an op-ed in Capitol Weekly: The Newspaper of California Government and Politics, entitled “Targeting Proposition 65’s ‘bounty hunter’ provision.” California voters passed Prop 65, officially titled The Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act , more than two decades ago to safeguard the state’s drinking water supply and prevent human exposure to
Professor Caso made a radio appearance on KPCC to discuss Obama’s Affordable Care Act. Listen to the radio appearance here. He was also quoted in an article entitled “The Orange County Register: Justice Kennedy drives debate on mandate” in the Orange County Register. Read the article here. Professor Rotunda published an op-ed entitled “Ronald Rotunda:
Professor Rotunda was quoted in an article entitled “Federal court says French must play by American rules” in LegalNewsline. Read about it here. Professor Eastman was quoted in an article entitled “Health care law brawl arrives at Supreme Court steps” on FoxNews.com. Read his remarks here. Professor Caso was quoted in a column entitled “Brian
Professor Caso made an appearance on an international radio show to discuss the case Fisher v. University of Texas, for which the Supreme Court recently granted certiori. The case may overturn Grutter v. Bollinger, in which the Supreme Court allowed for some forms of affirmative action. Listen to the appearance here.
Professor Caso appeared on the Roger Hedgecock Show to talk about Proposition 65, the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986.
Professor Anthony Caso recently published an article for the Los Angeles Daily Journal entitled, “Prop. 65: Reigning in the bounty hunters.” In the article, Professor Caso discusses the need for reform of Prop. 65, the “Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986” in which “private citizens can sue businesses for alleged violations.” Professor
Professor Anthony Caso was quoted in an article in The Recorder about the polarizing issue of pensions for government workers. Professor Caso, who represented as amicus the Center for Constitutional Jurisprudence in a case before the Second District Court of Appeal, discussed the Constitutional requirement of voter approval of unfunded liabilities. “The bigger problem of this
Professor Tim Caso, who is also the director of the Claremont Institute’s Center for Constitutional Jurisprudence, was featured on a recent episode of 89.3 KPCC, Air Talk discussing the constitutionality of public universities denying funds to student organizations that limit membership based on shared beliefs. Listen to the segment here.