Corporate Rights and Organizational Neutrality

Author:Vincent S.J. Buccola
Position::Assistant Professor, Legal Studies & Business Ethics Department, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
Pages:499-541
SUMMARY

Public clamor over the Supreme Court's recent decisions in Citizens United and Hobby Lobby can be explained at least in part by the absence of any consistent rationale in corporate-rights adjudication. As many scholars have noted, the Court has never supplied a coherent explanation of corporate rights-where they come from and how to discern their existence and limits. Group rights derive from... (see full summary)


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