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Is It Time to Suspend School Suspensions?

Is It Time to Suspend School Suspensions?

Scholars reflect on school discipline’s inequitable impact.

Week in Review

Week in Review

FDA proposes gender-inclusive blood donation requirements, HHS increases contraception access, and more…

Assuaging Fears About Boardroom Gender Mandates

Assuaging Fears About Boardroom Gender Mandates

Scholars argue that gender-balancing policies will not reduce corporate value.

Rescuing Nuclear Reactors to Achieve Net-Zero Future

Rescuing Nuclear Reactors to Achieve Net-Zero Future

Biden Administration looks to U.S. fleet of nuclear reactors as a vital source to achieve energy goals.

New Technology Will Raise New Legal Questions

New Technology Will Raise New Legal Questions

Scholars worry that regulating new technologies will be more difficult after recent Supreme Court decisions.

Control Over Litigation and Agency Rulemaking

Control Over Litigation and Agency Rulemaking

Private rights of action lead agencies to seek greater policy control through rulemaking.

Regulating ESG Disclosure

Regulating ESG Disclosure

Experts explore the evolving sphere of ESG regulation in light of greater calls for corporate accountability.

Week in Review

Week in Review

The Supreme Court allows the limitation of disability benefits for veterans, the Biden Administration acts to increase housing quality, and more…

Changes to ERISA Open Door to ESG Investments

Changes to ERISA Open Door to ESG Investments

ERISA fiduciaries may now consider ESG in investment decision making.

Retirement Plan Fiduciaries Can Now Consider ESG Factors

Retirement Plan Fiduciaries Can Now Consider ESG Factors

The Labor Department issued a final rule allowing fiduciaries to consider ESG factors when deciding how to invest.

Illuminating Discrimination Against Small Businesses

Illuminating Discrimination Against Small Businesses

Proposed rule would target discrimination in small business lending by requiring disclosure of demographic data.

CFPB Proposes Public Registry of Nonbank Offenders

CFPB Proposes Public Registry of Nonbank Offenders

The CFPB has proposed the creation of a public registry to monitor agency and court orders against nonbank financial firms.