The CCCG joins the ND American Constitution Society in hosting a lecture on "Fighting Corporate Concentration & Monopoly Power."
Morgan Harper: Morgan is a lawyer and, most recently, was a candidate for U.S. Senate in Ohio. Previously, she was a Vice President at Local Initiatives Support Corporation, the nation’s largest community development financial institution. Morgan also worked at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau as a Senior Adviser to the first Director. She holds an M.P.A. from Princeton and a J.D. from Stanford Law School. Morgan is based in Columbus.
Katherine Van Dyck: Katherine is Senior Legal Counsel at the American Economic Liberties Project. An experienced attorney, Katie has spent her legal career fighting for consumers, small businesses, and employees in false advertising, antitrust, and wage & hour class actions and individual lawsuits across the country. She has achieved real world results for hard working Americans, successfully challenging price fixing conspiracies, stopping wage theft, and extracting more transparent labeling and quality control practices from manufacturers. At Economic Liberties, Katie is using this experience to develop policies and legal strategies to combat the growing threat of corporate consolidation and to make the economy work for the same people she represented in court.
Katie came to Economic Liberties from Cuneo Gilbert & LaDuca LLP. She is a graduate of Texas Christian University and Texas Tech University School of Law and served as a law clerk to the Honorable Hayden Head, U.S. District Judge for the Southern District of Texas. During law school, Katie was an Articles Editor on the Texas Tech Law Review. She is admitted to practice in the District of Columbia and Texas.
This is an American Constitutional Studies Event co-sponsored by the Center for Citizenship and Constitutional Government