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Final Merger Guidelines Released

Final Merger Guidelines Released

The Justice Department and the FTC jointly release final antitrust policy for business mergers.

Labor Department Proposes New Definition of Fiduciary

Labor Department Proposes New Definition of Fiduciary

The new rule would impose fiduciary duties on financial professionals in additional circumstances.

Examining the New Artificial Intelligence Executive Order

Examining the New Artificial Intelligence Executive Order

President Biden issues an executive order directing federal agencies to regulate emerging AI technologies.

White House Seeks to Modernize Its Public Engagement Over Regulation

White House Seeks to Modernize Its Public Engagement Over Regulation

OIRA releases guidance aiming to expand participation in the regulatory review process.

Featured Regulatory Series of 2023

Featured Regulatory Series of 2023

The Regulatory Review highlights our series published over the past year.

Top Staff Essays of 2023

Top Staff Essays of 2023

The Regulatory Review highlights the top essays written by our staff in 2023.

Top Contributor Essays of 2023

Top Contributor Essays of 2023

The Regulatory Review highlights the top essays written by our contributors in 2023.

FTC Proposes Ban on Junk Fees

FTC Proposes Ban on Junk Fees

The FTC proposes a rule that would prohibit hidden and misrepresented fees.

Supercharging Electric Grid Interconnection

Supercharging Electric Grid Interconnection

FERC publishes final rule aimed at expediting the interconnection of new power plants.

HHS Selects Drugs for Medicare Price Negotiation

HHS Selects Drugs for Medicare Price Negotiation

Biden Administration introduces price regulation to the pharmaceutical industry.

Supreme Court To Hear Case Endangering the Chevron Doctrine

Supreme Court To Hear Case Endangering the Chevron Doctrine

A dispute over fishery regulation could deliver a blow to a key doctrine calling for deference to administrative agencies.

Chevron’s Watery Grave?

Chevron’s Watery Grave?

A fight over fishery regulations could spell trouble for Chevron deference.