Tag Archives: Case

UBH Slammed By Judge For Fiduciary Failure: Can The Case Help Us Understand Corporate Greed?

Greed is a powerful motivator, but it can’t act alone. What psychological mechanisms make it possible for greed to drive corporate policy even when the consequences may include loss of human life? A blistering 106-page decision issued earlier this week by Chief Magistrate Judge Joseph C. Spero of the Northern District of California in a consolidated class action suit… Read More »

Viewpoints: Expanding Public Charge Policy Would Be Detrimental To Immigrants’ Health; Supreme Court Conservatives’ Impatience On Display With Planned Parenthood Case

Editorial pages focus on these health care topics and others. Boston Globe: Trump’s ‘Public Charge’ Anti-Immigrant Proposal Is Cruel And Unusual  Even compared with President Trump’s other radical anti-immigration proposals, his plan to expand dramatically the so-called public charge rule shocks the conscience. The administration’s proposal is so chilling and cruel that, even before becoming… Read More »