Although the corporate personhood fiction is necessary in some instances to ensure corporations can function in our society, it takes the analogy too far to attribute human-like qualities to corporations in everything they do.
The Khattala case is evidence of the renewed trust this administration has placed in the federal court system.
Everyone should be applauding the DOJ for cracking down on egregious violations of a bank’s legal obligations.
The Roberts Court breathed legal life into the corporate form and then slowly lost control.
We incarcerate our people at nearly six times the rate of most other industrialized nations, and yet we have higher rates of crime.
The many men at Guantánamo who merit release should not be at the mercy of our ugly partisan politics.
After Hobby Lobby—win or lose—the Supreme Court will have to decide the fate of the Little Sisters and other non-profits.
Legislatures should be wary of allowing the judiciary to be perceived as the foremost branch expanding gay rights.
We march to demonstrate that marriage is worth preserving and celebrate its contribution to human flourishing.
Norwegian is willing to say anything in its effort to distract attention from its convoluted scheme to use Singapore contract labor that is based in Thailand, which would not be allowed under Norwegian law.