Analysis

New Requirements to Combat Money Laundering

Banks will now be required to identify the owners of shell corporations.

Reforming Campaign Finance Regulation

Contribution limits are no longer justified in the age of social media, scholar argues.

Federal Appeals Court Calls Off Agency’s Robocall Ruling

The D.C. Circuit strikes down some of the FCC’s restrictions on automated calls.

Presidential Authority and the Antiquities Act

Scholars contend that the President may revoke monument designations made during previous administrations.

Federal Court Orders EPA to Revisit Lead Risks

Ninth Circuit orders EPA to propose a new standard for lead dust and an updated definition for lead paint.

The Internet Can Survive Without Net Neutrality

Recent paper argues that antitrust law could effectively protect Internet value in the absence of net neutrality rules.

Could You Lose Your Voter Registration for Not Voting?

The Supreme Court will decide if Ohio can automatically remove inactive voters from its registry.

Improving Regulation of Police Use of Lethal Force

Scholar argues that policymakers should apply the substance of executive branch lethal force regulations to the police context.

Executive Power and the CFPB

D.C. Circuit weighs constitutionality of the consumer financial watchdog’s organizational structure.

For Smokers Trying to Quit, Information Could Be Key

Scholar argues that recent FDA regulations may keep smokers in the dark about e-cigarettes.

Addressing the International Legal Challenges of Genetic Engineering

In keynote address, Gary Marchant discusses the transnational implications of genetic engineering.

Tightening Service and Emotional Support Animal Regulations

Debate ignites over regulating service and support animals on airplanes and in public accommodations.