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Keeping Space Clean

Keeping Space Clean

Scholars discuss regulatory methods to reduce threats posed by satellite debris.

Legislative Exactions

Legislative Exactions

The Court unanimously agrees that the Nollan/Dolan test applies to administrative and legislative exactions.

Access Barriers Remain After Abortion Pill Decision

Access Barriers Remain After Abortion Pill Decision

The Court rejected a challenge to FDA approval of mifepristone, but other obstacles could still impede access.

Lowering the Bar for Employees with Title VII Discrimination Claims

Lowering the Bar for Employees with Title VII Discrimination Claims

Employees need not show “significant” harm to sustain discrimination claims.

Why the Court’s CFPB Decision Is Correct and Important

Why the Court’s CFPB Decision Is Correct and Important

The Supreme Court upholds the funding structure of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

The Supreme Court’s 2023-2024 Regulatory Term

The Supreme Court’s 2023-2024 Regulatory Term

Scholars and practitioners assess the Court’s most significant regulatory decisions of its recently concluded term.

Balancing Punishment and Persuasion

Balancing Punishment and Persuasion

John Braithwaite discusses his research in regulation and criminology and ideas for future research.

Zero-Calorie Conundrum

Zero-Calorie Conundrum

Scholars assess the state of food-additive regulation.

Leveling Up Agency Disclosures

Leveling Up Agency Disclosures

Scholars offer recommendations for expanding public access to agencies’ legal documents.

Establishing Regulatory Guardrails for Elderly Drivers

Establishing Regulatory Guardrails for Elderly Drivers

Scholars urge state lawmakers to strengthen driving regulations for seniors to address public safety concerns.

Navigating Neurotechnological Regulations

Navigating Neurotechnological Regulations

Researchers address the challenges regulators face in protecting the public amid the rapid growth of neurotechnologies.

The King (Presumptively) May Do No Wrong

The King (Presumptively) May Do No Wrong

In Trump v. United States, the Supreme Court has expanded executive power and elevated the President above the law.