Kim Cullen

Envisioning an Anti-Animal Cruelty Agency

Scholars propose a new federal agency to reduce abuse of agricultural animals.

3D Printers Bring Regulation into the Living Room

Scholars contemplate the health and safety risks of home manufacturing.

Making Profits by Disrupting the Regulatory Status Quo

Scholar explains the rise and expansion of startups that push the regulatory envelope.

Ensuring a Fair Day’s Pay

A new Philadelphia ordinance allows the city to take steps to stop wage theft.

Finding a Schedule that Works for Hourly Employees

New York bill would regulate the way some employers manage work schedules.

Hoverboard Regulations Attempt to Balance Safety and Fun

Philadelphia City Council considers hoverboard restrictions for young users.

Implementing Health Care Reform During a Political Stalemate

Nicholas Bagley analyzes expanding executive power in the name of health care reform.

A Message of Hope and Caution for Global Climate Negotiations

Australian senator speaks at Penn Law on creating an international climate agreement.

Are Government Benefits Going to the Wrong People?

Federal audit identifies causes and consequences of benefit overpayments to disabled workers.

Stopping Contaminated Food Hazards Before They Arise

New agency rule focuses on preventing risks to food meant for human consumption.

Reducing Unregulated Transfers of Child Custody

Federal audit report highlights need for states to track and prevent unregulated adoptions.