Federal agencies can face legal risk if they only provide constructive notice of regulatory changes through publication and FOIA “availability.”
Even when agencies change or rescind guidance documents, they should be clearly labeled and readily available to the public.
The Education Department’s COVID-19 guidance may signal a return to information sharing.
The COVID-19 pandemic prompts reforms of blood donation standards for gay men.
A new rule brings changes to enforcement of sexual harassment regulations in higher education.
Regulators and policymakers review old rules and propose new guidelines for rationing ventilators.
Unemployed Floridians could lose weeks’ worth of jobless benefits they would otherwise be due.
Responding to the coronavirus outbreak, a federal agency relaxes requirements on medical device manufacturers.
The law needs not only to correct information asymmetries but comprehension asymmetries too.
In the face of a massive viral outbreak, a federal regulator issues unprecedented guidance on validating COVID-19 testing.
FDA clarifies enforcement priorities for medical device clinical decision support software.
A new ACUS recommendation on interpretive rules largely aligns with a prior one on policy statements.