Lloyd is a litigator and author whose work in antitrust and civil liberties law and poor people’s advocacy in and opposed to government involves many important, controversial and heavily reported legal, political and business trends in America from the 1970s to the present.
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The apparent deadline for Democratic Party leaders to have the Goldwater to Nixon conversation with President Biden has passed. (See HL 177, 11/8/2023). The more extreme Tom Eagleton moment may never occur. Now, the period between those two opportunities, is the...
Back on the pavement thinkin about the idiocy of the false but prevalent view of the doctrine of proportionality under international law. And most specifically relative to Israel’s response to October 7 and America’s response to the January 28 drone attack by the...
No American roughly my age, just north of 75, has not had a close relationship with the atomic bomb their entire life. Two had been dropped in the war concluded shortly before we were born. Their aftermath and surviving but mutilated victims constantly appeared in...
Priceless: The Case that Brought Down the Visa/MasterCard Bank Cartel
Lloyd Constantine began his career in legal services, representing impoverished clients in civil rights and constitutional cases. Decades later, he would make headlines for representing retailers…
Journal of the Plague Year: An Insider’s Chronicle of Eliot Spitzer’s Short and Tragic Reign
In November 2006, Eliot Spitzer was on top of the political world, having won the New York Governorship by the greatest margin everfar outdistancing his predecessors Teddy and Franklin Roosevelt.