Penn Law Professor Michael S. Knoll explains how to develop better measures.
UK judge’s proposal faces opposition from free press supporters.
Trade body says China’s restrictions violate international agreements.
Advisory opinion seeks to clarify how government may allocate natural resources.
Congressional committee releases report on potential security risks.
Commuting patterns highlight differences in labor regulations.
Indian guar gum regulation may impact fracking.
The decision adds to rising tension between the U.S. and China over manufacturing subsidies.
Although the EU probably has the legal authority to impose “fat taxes,” the policy case for doing so needs to be stronger.
President issues executive order as way to enhance U.S. economic growth.
U.S. prohibition of flavored cigarettes violates international trade agreement.
Open comment period helps steer China away from legalizing “residential surveillance.”