Professor
Michael Greenberger
Michael Greenberger, JD
Media - October 2012
The Real News - October 18, 2012 (Part II of II)
Professor Greenberger discusses negative public opinion towards
Wall Street and how a financial transaction tax would provide the
CFTC with the resources necessary for enforcing Dodd-Frank.
The Real News - October 16, 2012 (Part I of II)
Professor Greenberger discusses the importance of swap position
limits for reducing market speculation, and the recent DC District
Court case
ISDA v. CFTC, which vacated the CFTC's swap position
limits. rules.
Background Brief with Ian Masters - October 16, 2012
Professor Greenberger compares President Obama's and Governor
Romney's policies toward the economy, Wall Street, and market
reform, and also discusses the judicial branch's use of cost-benefit
analysis to second guess Congressional and regulatory agency
intent.
Fox Business - October 12, 2012
Professor Greenberger comments on the possible short list for
replacing Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner.
The Jakarta Globe - October 9, 2012
Professor Greenberger comments on litigation potential due to the
recent LIBOR scandal
The Baltimore Sun - October 8, 2012
Professor Greenberger discusses the implications of recent litigation
that challenges the Dodd-Frank Act by claiming improper cost-benefit
analysis by federal agencies.
The Nation - October 8, 2012
Professor Greenberger writes in an article "The Roberts Court and
Wall Street" about the Supreme Court's next project: saving Wall Street
from Dodd-Frank.