Neuroscientific evidence in the courtroom may test judges and standards of admissibility.
Scientific research generated by civil settlements could help drive future EPA regulation.
A new ACUS recommendation emphasizes how agencies can increase public access to litigation information.
Agency predictions of court behavior are not always a tenable justification for rescission.
Scholar suggests that the NCAA’s defense of amateurism no longer stands after a recent Supreme Court decision.
Controversial rule promotes personal care and bars forced arbitration in long-term health care.
Consumer protection agency wants to promote private enforcement of finance laws.
Deadline suits may offer key opportunity to even the playing field in regulatory agenda-setting.
Sue and settle tactics may influence agency behavior and rulemaking.
The Regulatory Review post sparks further debate over recent bill to curb negotiated agreements about rulemaking.
New York City – and most cities – will not be held liable for their coastal adaptation efforts.