President, American Promise; Former Partner, Mintz Levin; Former Asst. Attorney General
& Bureau Chief, Mass. Attorney General’s Office; Author, Corporations Are Not People:
Reclaiming Democracy From Big Money & Global Corporations
Professor of Constitutional Law, UCLA Law School
Author, We the Corporations: How American Businesses Won Their Civil Rights
Business for American Promise, National Program Leader
Former Lab Fellow, Safra Center for Ethics at Harvard University
Author, The Compromise Trap: How to Thrive at Work without Selling your SoulModerator
O’Grady Law Group
From Bellotti to Citizens United, corporate attorneys need to understand how constitutional and corporate law are converging, creating new rights and new risks for clients. We’ll cover the history, implications and questions clients should be asking.Topics
• What are the major milestones in the history of corporate constitutional rights?
• What impacts have resulted from expanded corporate rights?
• What business, reputational, and systemic risks do companies face as a result?
• What are the major reforms being proposed?
• What questions should corporate clients be asking as they consider proposed reforms?