Legislators as Defendants but Not as Plaintiffs
The Supreme Court increased potential intervening defendants when it implicitly protected voter ID laws.
A Review of Health Care in the Court
Several U.S. Supreme Court cases from this past term have significant implications for the provision of medical care.
Constitutional Commitments to Aspirational Principles
The majority’s reasoning in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health entrenches the historical failures of the United States.
Brnovich and Its Implications
The Supreme Court’s decision in Brnovich v. Democratic National Committee signals a new era of restrictive voting laws.
Applying the Takings Clause to Regulatory Access
The Court’s unprecedented decision applying the Takings Clause to regulatory access will have limited impact.
The Appointment and Removal Litigation Ecosystem
Collins v. Yellen further clarifies the scope of “for cause” removal of agency heads.
The repercussions of a recent Supreme Court decision could affect future trade regulations.
Expanding Presidential Influence on Agency Adjudication
The Supreme Court’s decision in U.S. v. Arthrex expands the avenues for politicizing agency adjudication.
Heavy on the “Mayo,” But No Hot Sauce
CIC Services avoided anti-administrative rhetoric while securing the check of judicial review on the IRS.
Giving California v. Texas the Attention It Deserved
The Supreme Court’s latest ACA case was properly dismissed, but a waste of time.
The Supreme Court’s “Exceptional” Term
Several of the Supreme Court’s recent decisions bolster agency power to alleviate regulatory obligations.
The Supreme Court’s 2020-2021 Regulatory Term
Scholars discuss some of the Court’s most significant regulatory decisions.