Merger Law Is Dante’s Inferno Revisited
The shift by agencies away from the current guidelines on mergers and acquisitions has left firms in limbo.
Leaving Broker Inducements Behind
Scholar presents defenses that the SEC may use to legitimize restrictions on broker inducements.
EPA Finds Evidence of Racial Discrimination in Cancer Alley
Black Louisiana residents have been disproportionately burdened by hazardous industrial air pollutants.
Recentering the Federal Reserve’s Removal Power
Scholars advocate the greater exercise of the Fed’s unique removal power.
Noncompete Agreements and Antitrust’s Rule of Reason
The Federal Trade Commission should develop a nuanced approach to employee noncompete agreements.
Should Regulators Have a Chat With ChatGPT?
Scholars evaluate proposed frameworks for regulating ChatGPT and other generative AI.
Net-Zero Emission Pledges May Not Lead to Full Decarbonization
Examining countries’ net-zero pledges reveals variations and loopholes that will allow for slippage in climate progress.
Week in Review
The Federal Reserve responds to Silicon Valley Bank failure, the Interior Department approves new drilling in Alaska, and more…
Think Globally on Climate, Act Locally on Leaf Blowers
Restricting gas-powered leaf blowers can positively affect the health of people and the planet.
U.S. Supply Chain Regulations Seek to Improve Resilience
New regulations seek to restructure global supply chains to value long-term resilience over industrial efficiency.