Josephine A. Phillips

Restoring Independence in Child Neglect Laws

Restoring Independence in Child Neglect Laws

Scholar explores the unintended consequences of state child neglect laws and proposes changes.

Reviving Workers’ Bargaining Power Amidst Evolving Tech

Reviving Workers’ Bargaining Power Amidst Evolving Tech

Scholar proposes a new regulatory model to strengthen workers’ bargaining powers.

Week in Review

Week in Review

TikTok sues the United States government, Georgia’s governor signed a bill into law making wide-ranging changes to Georgia’s election laws ahead of the presidential election, and more…

Addressing Corporate Governance Failures in Fintech

Addressing Corporate Governance Failures in Fintech

Lawyer explores corporate governance issues in financial technology firms and proposes reforms.

Week In Review

Week In Review

The Arizona Senate voted to repeal abortion restrictions from 1864, the U.S. Department of Labor makes changes to overtime pay eligibility, and more…

Week in Review

Week in Review

The U.S. Supreme Court allows a state to temporarily ban gender-affirming care, the EEOC requires employers to provide reasonable accommodations for abortions, and more…

Week in Review

Week in Review

The European Court of Human Rights rules that failing to adequately address climate change violated human rights, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency addresses drinking water contaminants, and more. . .

Against Regulatory Gaslighting

Against Regulatory Gaslighting

Scholar critiques the movement to have regulators adopt business management strategies.

Week in Review

Week in Review

The Office of Personnel Management institutes new protections for civil servants, Michigan legalizes surrogacy contracts, and more. . .

“Zoning” In on Affordable Housing and Climate Change

“Zoning” In on Affordable Housing and Climate Change

Scholars argue that relaxing zoning laws may not have the effect that policymakers intend.

Week in Review

Week in Review

The U.S. House of Representatives passes a bill that would ban TikTok, the Biden Administration expands federal apprenticeship programs, and more…

How Fair Are Online Retail Recommendations?

How Fair Are Online Retail Recommendations?

Scholars offer a new analytic approach to testing platforms for self-preferencing bias.