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Beyond “Unprecedented”: Pandemic Pressures on Global Trade

In the final episode of Columbia Law’s limited podcast series, hosted by Professor Eric Talley, Professors Anu Bradford and Petros Mavroidis 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. 

Beyond “Unprecedented”: 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. 

Beyond “Unprecedented”: A New Chapter for Bankruptcy?

In episode three of Columbia Law’s new limited podcast series, hosted by Professor Eric Talley, Professor Ed Morrison and 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.  

 

October 20, 2020