Regulatory Recap

Week in Review

Week in Review

The USPTO issues guidance on AI-assisted innovations, the U.S. Small Business Administration redefines what qualifies as a small business, and more…

Week in Review

Week in Review

EPA tightens standards for industrial air pollution, the D.C. Circuit rejected former President Trump’s claimed immunity from criminal prosecution and more…

Week in Review

Week in Review

FCC proposes mandatory blocking of spam texts, the IRS pilots free tax filing program, and more…

Week in Review

Week in Review

The FCC issues rules to improve broadband access protections, FDA proposes broader data collection on orthopedic devices, and more…

Week in Review

Week in Review

The Supreme Court holds oral arguments in Loper Bright Enterprises v. Raimondo, agrees to hear homeless encampments case, and more…

Week in Review

Week in Review

The SEC approves bitcoin ETFs, EPA prohibits the manufacture of certain PFAS, and more…

Week in Review

Week in Review

The Fifth Circuit rules that Texas hospitals are not required to follow HHS abortion guidance, the Ninth Circuit allows California to restrict public gun possession, and more…

Top Regulatory News of 2023

Top Regulatory News of 2023

The Regulatory Review highlights the top regulatory news and scholarship of 2023, as selected by our staff.

Week in Review

Week in Review

The Colorado Supreme Court disqualifies former President Trump from the state’s primary ballot, the FTC and Justice Department issue new Merger Guidelines, and more…

Week in Review

Week in Review

The EU reaches a deal on a landmark AI regulation, the Second Circuit upholds parts of New York’s gun control law, and more…

Week in Review

Week in Review

EPA issues a rule designed to reduce methane emissions, the Fifth Circuit rules that federal agents can remove barbed wire on border fence, and more…

Week in Review

Week in Review

EPA proposes to replace all lead pipes within 10 years, the Eleventh Circuit overturns a ruling that Georgia utility elections discriminate against Black voters, and more…