Daniel Fisher

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Daniel Fisher is a writer, financial analyst and former senior editor with Forbes magazine. He previously worked for Bloomberg Business News and newspapers in Texas and Wisconsin.

Decoding The PFAS Paradox

The government-required “forever chemical” spawns an endless wave of litigation.

Can A Dead Company Sue You? Maybe, Says Court.

A recent ruling opens the door to third-party litigation—and the resurrection of defunct corporate plaintiffs.

Antitrust Déja Vu

Antitrust law isn’t—or shouldn’t be—about breaking up businesses just for being big.

Welcome To The Impossibility Paradox

It's a question as old as America itself: When state and federal laws conflict, which one controls? For companies, that question is becoming essential.

How The Supreme Court Could Rein-In Biden’s Business Agenda

The Biden administration has an aggressive regulatory agenda, but a conservative Supreme Court may stand in the way.

Justice Barrett Brings A Badly Needed Voice Of Reason To SCOTUS’s...

Her brief track record as a federal appeals court judge includes a number of decisions that come down firmly on the side of keeping judges out of policymaking, enforcing contracts and observing strict limits on the jurisdiction of federal courts to hear cases at all.

It’s The Virus, Stupid: With No Mandate For Change, Post-Election Economy...

China and its neighbors have a leg up because they've gotten the virus under control and their economies are booming again. The U.S. will have to do the same.

Bayer’s Monsanto Headaches Continue

An attempt to rationalize Roundup litigation gets stuck at the gate—thanks to the U.S. constitution.

A Litigation Pandemic

Never let it be said that American trial lawyers let a crisis go to waste.

The Case That Could Change Product Liability

"Ford v. Bandemer," playing out in an obscure Minnesota jurisdiction, could bring companies across the U.S. a reprieve from product liability lawsuits.
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