Uncertainties in value per statistical life estimates impact the extent to which COVID-19 policies yield net benefits.
The Supreme Court relied on misleading arguments and revisionist history to strike down the CFPB’s structure.
Empirical study of the ACA’s implementation provides insight into the delegation of policymaking authority.
The normative foundations of the value of statistical life render it an insufficient tool to analyze pandemic-related policies.
Requiring government institutions to engage in reasoned decision-making mitigates actions made in bad faith.
Scholar argues for regulatory reforms grounded in an intense focus on net benefits.
Policy-free textual analysis wins when interpreting causation standards in statutory text for employment actions.
The hyper-deference courts provide to agencies has failed to protect workers from OSHA inaction amid COVID-19.
The Supreme Court has destabilized principles on federal agencies’ structures and for-cause removal.
A recent Supreme Court case suggests Congress needs new processes to legislate effectively and overcome partisanship.
Scholars argue that the Trans-Pacific Partnership represents a new form of international ordering and regulatory governance.
ACUS issues new recommendation to help agency adjudicators conduct online independent research.