Scholar sees design flaws in federal water pollution law as fueling rival legal theories.
Scholar analyzes regulation gaps and argues that COVID-19 created a unique opportunity to regulate technology overuse.
Experts point to the adverse effects of expanded mineral mining on and near tribal lands.
OIRA releases guidance aiming to expand participation in the regulatory review process.
The Colorado Supreme Court disqualifies former President Trump from the state’s primary ballot, the FTC and Justice Department issue new Merger Guidelines, and more…
Scholars analyze decreasing environmental prosecutions and propose enforcement improvements.
Jean Galbraith discusses the role international law plays in solving shared issues.
Scholars explore the regulatory issues surrounding water rights nationally and internationally.
A Penn Program on Regulation panel considers the merits of reforming U.S. aviation regulation.
A fight over fishery regulations could spell trouble for Chevron deference.
Scholars argue that federal agencies can conserve land and still increase renewable energy output.
The Supreme Court agrees to rule on a challenge to the Chevron doctrine, the Biden Administration ends the federal vaccine mandate, and more…