Business

Does the Constitution Require Agencies to Use Biased Judges?

Does the Constitution Require Agencies to Use Biased Judges?

The Supreme Court should uphold longstanding legislation protecting the neutrality of administrative law judges.

Who Favors Making ALJs At-Will Employees?

Who Favors Making ALJs At-Will Employees?

An upcoming Supreme Court case highlights why businesses and individuals favor for-cause protection for administrative law judges.

Regulatory Discretion Fosters Clean Tech

Regulatory Discretion Fosters Clean Tech

Increased regulatory discretion can improve outcomes for entrepreneurs and enhance the impact of stakeholder activists.

Corporate Home Buyers Restrict Widespread Homeownership

Corporate Home Buyers Restrict Widespread Homeownership

Private equity firms buy homes in droves but diminish homeownership opportunities for families in the process.

The Strange Bedfellows of Climate Change and Corporate Fraud

The Strange Bedfellows of Climate Change and Corporate Fraud

Scholar recommends implementing ESG standards to fight climate change and avoid criminal charges.

Regulating Junk Fees May Harm Consumers

Regulating Junk Fees May Harm Consumers

Attempts to eliminate junk fees may harm rather than help both consumers and businesses.

A New Approach to Regulatory Budgeting in Virginia

A New Approach to Regulatory Budgeting in Virginia

New agency aims to implement a more impactful approach to reducing regulatory costs.

How Will the “Regulatory Bazooka” Change Cross-Border Transactions?

How Will the “Regulatory Bazooka” Change Cross-Border Transactions?

Scholars predict that expanding security review procedures could affect how American companies do business.

Fiduciary Governance for 401(k)s

Fiduciary Governance for 401(k)s

Retirement policy must evolve to account for participant preferences.

ERISA Plan Fiduciaries and ESG Factors

ERISA Plan Fiduciaries and ESG Factors

ERISA plan fiduciaries must be permitted to consider ESG factors when selecting plan investments.

Changes and Challenges to ESG Investing

Changes and Challenges to ESG Investing

The Labor Department’s new rule sets forth a principles-based approach to regulating ESG investing.

On Anti-ESG Resolution, Biden Issues First Veto

On Anti-ESG Resolution, Biden Issues First Veto

The President’s veto keeps in place a retirement investment rule allowing fiduciaries to consider ESG factors.