43 episodes

Looking for the latest in legal business news? 
Get a breakdown of the top stories in business law from industry leaders on the front lines with Bite-Sized Business Law. Host Amy Martella takes a closer look at the latest corporate happenings through interviews with the attorneys, legal experts, public figures, and scholars behind the news to distill business law’s biggest stories into bite-sized portions. 
 
This is your chance to go further into the world of business law and stay up to date with legal cases and industry trends. 
 
Corporations impact us all, leading changes that extend far beyond business to shape the economy, public policy, technology, and beyond. Looking at the big picture, Amy discusses not only the underlying issues in business ethics and legal cases leading the biggest stories but also sparks thought-provoking discussions on where the law should be headed. 
 
Amy is the Executive Director of the Corporate Law Center at Fordham University School of Law. Her background ranges from big law to government to tech startups, allowing her to offer an insider’s perspective of the issues that shape corporate actions, large and small. Covering crypto regulation to securities fraud, AI’s impact to Elon Musk’s pay package, Bite-Sized Business Law covers it all with guests of varying viewpoints to provide the nuanced analysis needed to tackle complex problems. 
 
 
Whether you're looking for the latest in legal insight on intellectual property, mergers and acquisitions, business ethics or legal cases in the business law world, you’ll find it here. Enjoying a thoughtful perspective on the news stories of the moment, Bite-Sized Business Law examines big issues and delivers them in small doses.
 
Bite-Sized Business Law is a project by the Corporate Law Center at Fordham Law. The Center serves as a hub for scholars, professionals, policymakers, and students to engage in the study, discussion, and debate of current issues in corporate law. The Center focuses on aspects of corporate law, corporate compliance, antitrust law, and securities regulation. Through initiatives like the Mergers and Acquisitions seminar and the Securities Litigation and Arbitration Clinic, students actively engage in real-world research and cases, bridging the gap between classroom learning and practical application in the legal field.
 

Bite-Sized Business Law The Corporate Law Center at Fordham University School of Law

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Looking for the latest in legal business news? 
Get a breakdown of the top stories in business law from industry leaders on the front lines with Bite-Sized Business Law. Host Amy Martella takes a closer look at the latest corporate happenings through interviews with the attorneys, legal experts, public figures, and scholars behind the news to distill business law’s biggest stories into bite-sized portions. 
 
This is your chance to go further into the world of business law and stay up to date with legal cases and industry trends. 
 
Corporations impact us all, leading changes that extend far beyond business to shape the economy, public policy, technology, and beyond. Looking at the big picture, Amy discusses not only the underlying issues in business ethics and legal cases leading the biggest stories but also sparks thought-provoking discussions on where the law should be headed. 
 
Amy is the Executive Director of the Corporate Law Center at Fordham University School of Law. Her background ranges from big law to government to tech startups, allowing her to offer an insider’s perspective of the issues that shape corporate actions, large and small. Covering crypto regulation to securities fraud, AI’s impact to Elon Musk’s pay package, Bite-Sized Business Law covers it all with guests of varying viewpoints to provide the nuanced analysis needed to tackle complex problems. 
 
 
Whether you're looking for the latest in legal insight on intellectual property, mergers and acquisitions, business ethics or legal cases in the business law world, you’ll find it here. Enjoying a thoughtful perspective on the news stories of the moment, Bite-Sized Business Law examines big issues and delivers them in small doses.
 
Bite-Sized Business Law is a project by the Corporate Law Center at Fordham Law. The Center serves as a hub for scholars, professionals, policymakers, and students to engage in the study, discussion, and debate of current issues in corporate law. The Center focuses on aspects of corporate law, corporate compliance, antitrust law, and securities regulation. Through initiatives like the Mergers and Acquisitions seminar and the Securities Litigation and Arbitration Clinic, students actively engage in real-world research and cases, bridging the gap between classroom learning and practical application in the legal field.
 

    Richard Sandler on Witness to a Prosecution: The Myth of Michael Milken

    Richard Sandler on Witness to a Prosecution: The Myth of Michael Milken

    American financier, Michael Milken, has been called many things, from the junk bond king to a criminal and a fraud. But he has also been credited as the most important person to alter the financial markets since JP Morgan, with some even estimating that he has created more wealth for shareholders than any financier in modern history. Milken is perhaps best known for his role in the development of the market for high-yield bonds, also referred to as junk bonds, and his conviction and sentence ...

    • 1 hr
    Sean Griffith on Compelled Corporate Speech

    Sean Griffith on Compelled Corporate Speech

    Do shareholder proposals compel corporations to speak in ways that violate the First Amendment? Although shareholder proposals have been studied from numerous angles, the concept of compelled speech is fairly novel. And this question raises several other inquiries, including the nature of corporate purpose and the rationale behind negative speech rights in the first place. Joining us to discuss this fascinating proposition is Professor Sean J. Griffith, the T.J. Maloney Chair in Business Law ...

    • 29 min
    Jay Newman on Undermoney

    Jay Newman on Undermoney

    The perception of defaulted sovereign debt investing has swayed between a masterful strategy and a divisive one that preys on poorer nations. To help us make sense of this, we are joined by one of the godfathers of sovereign debt investing, Jay Newman. Jay has had a remarkable career in international finance, he’s a trailblazer in sovereign debt investing, and now, with his first novel, Undermoney, he has also cemented himself as a captivating author. After learning about Jay’s roots and hist...

    • 40 min
    James Park on the Valuation Treadmill

    James Park on the Valuation Treadmill

    It seems that the very purpose of a corporation, to make money over the long run, has been dashed by incentives to perform quarter after quarter. As the American attention span diminishes while our hunger for instant gratification and constant growth intensifies, how should the law evolve? How should corporations adapt? What is the SEC’s role in reigning it all in? During this episode, we are joined by UCLA Law Professor James Park, a leading expert in securities regulation, public companies,...

    • 42 min
    Michael Goldstein on Insurance Law Everywhere

    Michael Goldstein on Insurance Law Everywhere

    Insurance is central to our economy and lives, from global catastrophes to athletes’ pitching arms. Unsexy at first blush but completely fascinating upon deeper examination, insurance is an undeniably essential area of the law. Today’s guest has more than three decades of experience in litigating re-insurance and insurance coverage disputes: Michael Goldstein, Senior Counsel at Mound Cotton Wollan & Greengrass. Tune in as we unpack the areas of human life that insurance law touches, clima...

    • 43 min
    Anthony Scaramucci on Bitcoin’s Big ETF Victory

    Anthony Scaramucci on Bitcoin’s Big ETF Victory

    Bitcoin is a controversial subject, but it is no secret that it is becoming an incredible opportunity for investment. Today’s guest, Anthony Scaramucci, was one of the earliest supporters of Bitcoin and has had an incredible career in business as an investment fund manager and in politics as former White House communications director. He joins us today to talk about Bitcoin’s big ETF victory. Tuning in, you’ll hear about Anthony’s impressive background, what led him to start buying Bitcoin, h...

    • 39 min

Customer Reviews

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12 Ratings

12 Ratings

NYCmomEsq ,

Interesting stuff!

I love their breadth of guests. So easy to listen to and I learn something every episode!

Walsh203 ,

Amy is fantastic!

Amy’s thoughtful questions allow even the non-lawyer to engage in interesting and relevant business topics. An easy and informative listen.

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A very polished production

Moves right along and conveys a lot of information with minimal idle chat. Easy to listen to!

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