Columbia Law School’s new podcast—Beyond “Unprecedented”: The Post Pandemic Economy—takes you behind the scenes to hear from the experts shaping law, policy, and governance. Join Host Eric Talley, Isidor and Seville Sulzbacher Professor of Law and co-director of the Millstein Center for Global Markets and Corporate Ownership, as he and his colleagues explore the challenges facing small businesses, essential workers, corporate boards, and financial institutions, and discuss the solutions needed to move beyond these unprecedented times. Produced by the Columbia Law School Office of Communications, Marketing, and Public Affairs in conjunction with the Millstein Center for Global Markets and Corporate Ownership.
Introducing Defending the Planet
Can lawyers save the planet? In Columbia Law’s new limited-series podcast, Defending the Planet, Professor Michael B. Gerrard and leading experts go beyond the headlines and political ping-ponging to discuss combating the climate crisis using one of the most important and effective tools at our disposal: the law. Listen wherever you get your podcasts.
Pandemic Pressures on Global Trade
In the sixth and final episode of Columbia Law School’s limited-series podcast, host Professor Eric Talley is joined by Professors Anu Bradford and Petros Mavroidis to discuss the effects of the pandemic on global trade and whether the World Trade Organization and the European Union can handle political upheavals exacerbated by the health crisis, Brexit, and the U.S.-China trade war.
A Shareholder-Stakeholder Smackdown
In episode five of Columbia Law’s new limited podcast series, hosted by Professor Eric Talley, corporate governance experts Ira M. Millstein and Leo E. Strine Jr. discuss how companies must begin valuing their workers and their environmental impact as highly as their shareholders in order to survive the COVID-19 pandemic.
Helping Small Businesses Survive—and Thrive
In episode four of Columbia Law’s new limited podcast series, hosted by Professor Eric Talley, Professors Lynnise Pantin and Tim Wu discuss the obstacles and opportunities for small businesses and entrepreneurs during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A New Chapter for Bankruptcy?
Columbia Law Professors Eric Talley and Ed Morrison and Millstein Center research fellow Kate Waldock talk about whether bankruptcy can be a lifeline for companies to survive the economic crisis, rather than a death knell—and if there is a coming surge of bankruptcy filings from businesses and individuals alike.
Can the Fed Rescue Us?
Columbia Law Professors Kathryn Judge and Eric Talley along with Visiting Professor Peter Conti-Brown explore the mechanisms the Federal Reserve Bank can use to help the U.S. economy recover from the ravages of the COVID-19 pandemic.