Scholar argues that shaming is an effective tool against violators of regulations.
Scholar argues that only Congress has the power to modify a National Monument.
The Congressional Review Act restores notions of separation of powers and empowers private parties affected by regulation.
Scholars report that White House review exerts a deregulatory influence on agency rulemaking.
Two essays by student winners of a Penn Law essay competition describe important regulatory developments.
An arts-based framework could re-democratize the rulemaking process.
Scholar argues that the Trump Administration has discredited cost-benefit analysis.
The anti-regulatory effort constructed in the 1970s has influenced American society, but its own success may lead to its demise.
The late justice’s opinion in Chevron v. NRDC has greatly shaped judicial reasoning about administrative law.
In Merck v. Albrecht, the issue of federal preemption has crossed over the typical conservative and liberal divide.
A recent Supreme Court case allows end users to sue for antitrust violations.
The Supreme Court’s recent Weyerhaeuser decision will add to the administrative costs of protecting endangered species.