Corporate Accountability

CAC Alert: Oral Arguments in Collins v. Mnuchin

CAC Appellate Counsel Ashwin Phatak discusses oral arguments in a #SCOTUS case that will determine whether the leadership structure of the Federal Housing Finance Agency is constitutional.

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