Governments must adapt regulatory tools and strategies to meet new problems and emerging challenges.
The U.S. Supreme Court faces choices in deciding a case pivotal to state regulation and interstate commerce.
The OECD’s latest Regulatory Policy Outlook shows how regulators worldwide can regulate more effectively.
The oil and gas industry attempts to quash a California law protecting residents from extraction wells.
To avoid potential legal challenges, agencies should take even more care in their regulatory planning, review, and communication.
Supreme Court decision hinders but does not halt agency action to address climate change.
In Axon v. FTC, the Supreme Court will consider how district courts can hear constitutional challenges against agencies.
The legislature should use its constitutional authority under the Disqualification Clause to uphold democracy.
As Yale, Harvard, and other law schools withdraw from U.S. News rankings, they can argue it is good for competition.
A new casebook reintroduces tools to address critical issues in sectors such as transportation, energy, finance, and technology.
Congress should use notice-and-comment rulemaking as a model for public input in the legislative process.
In National Pork Council v. Ross, the Court questions whether states can ban products for moral reasons.