Administrative law principles led the Supreme Court to deliver a victorious but unsatisfying and uncertain conclusion for migrants.
State and local governments should embrace farmers market managers’ input on food regulation during the pandemic.
Despite guidance from the Supreme Court, the future of water regulation remains uncertain.
Policy-free textual analysis wins when interpreting causation standards in statutory text for employment actions.
A Supreme Court victory is the beginning, not the end, of the fight against anti-LGBTQ discrimination.
The Supreme Court appears inconsistently enthusiastic about federal regulation and state-centric environmentalism.
A recent case protecting LGBTQ rights may help the Supreme Court circumscribe the administrative state.
The hyper-deference courts provide to agencies has failed to protect workers from OSHA inaction amid COVID-19.
The Supreme Court has destabilized principles on federal agencies’ structures and for-cause removal.
An uncertain future awaits the federal program designed to benefit children of immigrants.
Congressional intent and clear statutory text promote common-sense enforcement of federal water regulations.
New quantitative analytics tools help economists understand links between regulation and income stratification.