“On the Media” on NPR: Zephyr and I talk about Emoluments and the power of state attorneys general to sue Trump entities

Here’s the link: http://www.wnyc.org/story/americas-lost-anti-corruption-history

And here are my other posts explaining the quo warranto powers (and duties) of state attorney generals to dissolve or enjoin corporations and LLCs that violate state and federal law:

1. State Attorneys General Can Enforce the Emoluments Clause with Quo Warranto vs. Trump’s Hotels

2. Is Trump Receiving “Office-Related” Emoluments?

 

Author: Jed Shugerman

Legal historian at Fordham Law School, teaching Torts, Administrative Law, and Constitutional History. Father of three, married to a Canadian, but I'm not laughing at any of the "So you really can move to Canada!" jokes in 2016. Red Sox and Celtics fan, youth soccer coach. Author of "The People's Courts: Pursuing Judicial Independence in America" (2012) on the rise of judicial elections in America. I'm working on the Emoluments litigation against Trump, as well as a history of prosecutors and American politics, and another project on the origins of "independent agencies" in America.

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