The Supreme Court of Oklahoma allows access to records as a matter of public policy.
Originalist arguments for rewriting administrative law are weaker than they seem.
Can the Endangered Species Act be used to protect future species?
Judicial disregard of Native Nations’ ethnohistory frustrates the purpose of federal law protecting Native remains.
The Supreme Court rules that the Forest Service can approve natural gas pipelines crossing the Appalachian Trail.
Despite guidance from the Supreme Court, the future of water regulation remains uncertain.
Policy-free textual analysis wins when interpreting causation standards in statutory text for employment actions.
Congressional intent and clear statutory text promote common-sense enforcement of federal water regulations.
The Supreme Court failed to clarify a key aspect of fraud claims in Lorenzo v. SEC.
The Supreme Court preserved agency deference in Kisor v. Wilkie.
Commentators highlight the ramifications of the Court’s most significant regulatory cases.
Precise statutory language corresponds to better benefit-cost analysis and more consistent judicial review.